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The batshit ‘Banana Splits’ horror movie looks set to baffle and terrify British audiences in equal measure

Kids' TV programmes from the past might as well come from a different dimension. When I was a kid, there was a show about...

10 shit-scary, NSFW music videos that are basically mini horror films

Interpol - 'Evil' (2005) With terrifying doll movies being hot right now, how could we not kick things off with a creepy-ass puppet? Christened 'Norman'...

Joaquin Phoenix’s ‘Joker’ movie: release date, plot and everything we know so far

This October, the story of how The Joker came to be will come to our screens. The new 'Joker' is set to follow Jack...

‘It: Chapter Two’ – Release date, casting news, trailers and everything we know so far

Coulrophobiacs, look away now - it looks like Pennywise is here to stay. After It raked in one of the biggest openings for a horror film...

The Blair Witch project at 20 – director Daniel Myrick on the game-changing horror movie, and his hopes for a connected Blair Witch universe

Twenty-years-ago, two film students from the University of Central Florida made a meta movie about three teenagers going into the woods of Seneca Creek...

Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’: release date, trailer, cast, plot and everything you need to know

Following the release of his snowy epic The Hateful Eight in January 2016, Quentin Tarantino is planning the next movie in his oeuvre – his ninth...

The best horror movies of 2019 (so far)

Horror fans really can't complain at the moment. We've been pampered by a steady spate of outstanding mainstream (It, Get Out, Hereditary) and indie...

Six troubling questions raised by the ‘Cats’ trailer that’s giving the world complicated felines today

A new star-studded adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats musical hits screens in December. Helmed by Tom Hooper, director of the Oscar-winning film version...

Annabelle, Chucky, Brahms… why do we find dolls so bloody scary?

If you’re unlucky enough to suffer from a fear of dolls – called pediophobia (careful now) at the very extreme of the spectrum –...

All the questions Jim Jarmusch’s ‘The Dead Don’t Die’ left us pondering

Literally nothing is as it seems in Jim Jarmusch's latest release, The Dead Don't Die, a deadpan comedic take on classic zombie tropes which...

All the music references in Jim Jarmusch’s ‘The Dead Don’t Die’

Zombie horror just got star-infested in the form of Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die, an idiosyncratic new spin on undead movie tropes. The...

A guide to all the zombie cameos in ‘The Dead Don’t Die’

Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don’t Die, which kicked off this year’s Cannes Film Festival, is all set to deliver its comically terrifying zombie mayhem...

Let these pop-punk classics take you back two decades to the summer of ‘American Pie’

ƒIn the latest development in exactly how old you've become recently, American Pie turns 20 years old this week. Exactly two (!) decades on from...

Six reasons to catch the scary-as-hell ‘Annabelle Comes Home’, in cinemas now

1 – It’s a key movie in the Conjuring universe Overseen by producer, director and master of horror James Wan, who co-writes Annabelle Comes Home...

Why I wish that Mr. Levenstein, Jim’s Dad from ‘American Pie’, was my Dad

There’s an exquisite moment in American Pie: Reunion where Jim’s Dad, played by Eugene Levy and his eyebrows, probes his grown-up son on the...

The new ‘28 Days Later’ film — everything we know so far about the third instalment

17 years on, 28 Days Later remains a chilling watch. Danny Boyle's film will long be remembered for its opening alone, where the protagonist Jim...

‘Yesterday’ movie: Richard Curtis, Danny Boyle, and Himesh Patel on teasing Ed Sheeran and imagining a world without The Beatles

In Yesterday, the new film from British cinema giants Richard Curtis and Danny Boyle, something terrifying has happened – the music of The Beatles has...

Fields of screams and in-tents terror – 10 countryside horror movies for Glastonbury week

With Glastonbury just days away, we're counting the seconds to get suited and welly-booted again. But, be that as it may, a quick word...

Ease off: why ‘Easy A’ shouldn’t be getting a spinoff film

Really good romantic comedies are few and far between. They’ve got to have just the right amount of schmaltz, likeable characters that you root...

Toybox of terrors: the creepiest killer dolls in movie history

Words: Howard J.P. Gorman Chucky might only be a kid’s toy but he's as resilient as they come. Everyone's friend till the end has come a...
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