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The indie horror film The Blackcoat's Daughter is generating some solid buzz ahead of its wider release, and a new clip shows off the atmospheric dread that holds this possession tale together.
The new sci-fi film Phoenix Forgotten aims to tell a fictional story around the real-life UFO sighting nicknamed the "Phoenix Lights" that appeared over Arizona back in 1997.
In this week's look at the top stories from the week in geek, we welcome Bad Astronomy's Phil Plait to discuss a big week in space science, from exoplanets to SpaceX's latest victory.
Some vintage animatronics have been pulled out of storage are now up for sale. You know, in case you want to turn your man cave into a little corner of Hell on Earth.
Sony is ramping up development on a new horror film aimed at the cellphone crowd, which should make for a literal killer app.
One of horror's modern masters wants to fund your scary movie.
Is it a bit obvious? Sure. But it’s still really fully to see people freak the flip out when a horror monster literally crawls out of a TV.
Dane DeHaan is set to star in one of the most intriguing horror thrillers of the year, so we caught up with him to get some details.
The post-apocalypse is pretty much a genre unto itself these days, but how did it enter the cultural zeitgeist?
What is the Bye Bye Man, and why does it have the makings of the next American Folklore classic? We explore the urban legend.
The man who crafted one of the scariest films ever made has passed away.
The quality might vary on occasion, but American Horror Story is still a major hit for FX. As such, it'll be sticking around for a while.
With shows like Black Mirror and films like V/H/S finding success, it’s hard to think of a better era to be a fan of anthology horror. The next up? XX, which features a killer line-up of female directors.
It’s such a staple of the horror genre that you might not even notice it anymore — but why do so many stories take place in the suburbs?
Katee Sackhoff is trading in her Viper for a horror story this year, and here’s the first look at Don’t Knock Twice.