Horror-writer Mary Kay McBrayer delves into the act of transference of mental deterioration as punishment, and why that kind of revenge is so satisfying.
Bob Clark's 1974 slasher is still a must-watch holiday classic four decades later.
Relive the 2000s in all their poor taste and editing choices!
Revisit "The Haunting of Hill House" through the lens of its follow-up season's main inspiration: Jack Clayton's THE INNOCENTS, an adaptation of "The Turn of the Screw"
Part slow-burning acid trip, part bombastic actioner, BLOOD MACHINES is a surprisingly poetic love-letter to 1980s movies and music that jumps on toxic masculinity and celebrates female empowerment while pushing the medium to new aesthetic heights.