Scream meets Groundhog Day in this smart time-looping horror
We went to Nottingham’s Mayhem Film Festival and it was a bloody good time
We sit down the Cult Of Chucky team to discuss why the Good Guy doll never gets old
Just in case you were hoping he might don the fedora again…
Jigsaw still loves games in new bits and pieces from the long-awaited Saw sequel
A stellar cast and the director of Let The Right One In get lost in The Snowman
Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman adapt their hit horror show Ghost Stories
Mark Duplass is back for creepiness and baths in the great trailer for Creep 2
“Sending Stephen King a script is nerve-wracking” – Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy talk Gerald’s Game
Mike Flanagan on filming an unfilmable book and the other Stephen King stories on his wishlist
It’s a live-die-repeat deal for a college student in Blumhouse horror Happy Death Day
A cabin in the woods and plenty of WTF? in the trailer for indie horror Applecart
Check out what’s in store at Nottingham’s Mayhem Film Festival this year
We’re thrilled that Laurie Strode is back for Halloween…but where does that place it in the series?
Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem play host to some unusual guests in Darren Aronofsky’s mother!
The trailer for Tyler McIntyre’s awesome Tragedy Girls is here
You’re not home alone in the new poster for Christmas horror Better Watch Out
Stephen King’s acclaimed novel is getting the sequel film it was always destined to get!
Does Andy Muschietti’s IT remake live up to Stephen King’s novel and the terrifying Tim Curry?
Shorts Flow and Smear put the vagina front and centre
We talk to the BFI’s Michael Blyth about their incredible Stephen King movie season
Bill Nighy and Olivia Cooke shine in the intelligent and chilling horror The Limehouse Golem
Mark Duplass is back to creep you out in the first look at the Creep sequel
James Moran’s short is a hilarious comic book-style throwback to the DIY gore of the Eighties
Just another day at the office – trapped in a lift during an apocalyptic outbreak
A virus exaggerates the manic micro-aggressions and cutthroat ethics of a corporate office building
The latest outrageous bubblegum splatter-core from Yoshihiro Nishimura captures Japanese society in a jar
Eighties throwback to Halloween horror with a modern twist
Quasi-documentary? Virtual documentary? Mockumentary? Decide between laughing
This domestic chiller of maternity and madness is part Rosemary’s Baby, part Sinister
A human and her alien double merge in their quest for self and alterity