Nothing ever really dies in Derry in the deeply creepy first trailer for IT Chapter Two
The Conjuring-verse team is taking on Stephen King’s vampire masterpiece Salem’s Lot
We talk to the excellent Amy Seimetz about why Pet Sematary gets under your skin and why you can get weird in genre
Is horror throwback Hell Fest a carnival of chills or a damp squib?
We talk to Pet Sematary’s Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer about changes, casting and the key to a great Stephen King adaptation
The upcoming Child’s Play reboot has made a great choice for the voice of Chucky
The story of Norwegian band Mayhem is turned into a stomach-turning and intelligent horror film with Lords Of Chaos
We talk to genre legend Larry Fessenden about bringing his personal take on Frankenstein to the big screen
Jordan Peele follows Get Out with an ambitious and topical horror rollercoaster
Does horror The Prodigy push beyond the standard spooky kid template?
Horror veteran Travis Stevens’ directorial debut Girl On The Third Floor pits a weak-willed man against a house with a history
A married couple faces each other while barricaded in their flat during a zombie apocalypse in Zoo
Jesse Thomas Cook and Matt Wiele’s The Hoard gives reality TV and found footage a hilarious makeover
Genre-leaping coming-of-ager Freaks concerns a very unusual family’s efforts to survive in a hostile world
Park Hoon-Jung’s The Witch: Part 1 tells a bloody Superman-like tale of a mysterious young foundling coming of age
Søren Juul Petersen’s debut Finale uses slasher/torture porn tropes to put paying viewers in their (uncomfortable) place
Lawrie Brewster’s gothic mystery romance Automata is layered, tragic and haunting
Perry Blackshear’s The Siren, an eerie tale of love and loss, finds a monstrous littoral between the aquatic and the erotic.
Monster movie Giant Killer Ant may be playing a familiar tune, but is as unstoppable as an ageing rock band
Adrián García Bogliano’s magnetically mesmeric ‘cult’ movie Black Circle will mess with your head.
Jack McHenry’s debut Here Comes Hell is knowingly backward-looking 1930s-style castle horror
Billy Senese’s The Dead Center uses a clinical setting for a creepy collision of the psychological and the supernatural
In Danishka’s Esterhazy’s not-quite dystopia Level 16, women must obey and beauty is only skin deep
A mother begins to fear her son in moody Irish horror A Hole In The Ground
We talk to writer-director Billy Senese about his twisting psychological horror The Dead Center ahead of FrightFest Glasgow
We talk to Nick Castle about bringing Halloween back and what makes Michael Myers such an enduring nightmare
The Final Girls present We Are The Weirdos 2 UK tour: don’t miss women-directed short horror showcase
We talk to feminist horror collective The Final Girls about their new short film showcase
Denis Côté’s Ghost Town Anthology is a haunting and memorable small town chiller
We talk to actor Javier Botet about Slenderman and his process in bringing iconic horror creatures to life
The director and star of Anna And The Apocalypse tell us about their brilliant zombie comedy high school musical