Stay Home, Watch Horror: 5 Horror Movies to Stream This Week That Bring the Scares

“You know, it’s Halloween. I guess everyone’s entitled to one good scare,” Sheriff Brackett tells Laurie in 1978’s Halloween, and he’s not wrong. It’s the spookiest time of the year, and this week’s streaming picks aim to deliver the chills. These five horror movies build an unsettling atmosphere and demonstrate an uncanny ability to craft innovative […]

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[Review] “Locke & Key” Raises the Stakes in Darker But Uneven & Rushed Second Season

The inaugural season of Netflix‘s adaptation of writer Joe Hill and illustrator Gabriel Rodriguez‘s bestselling comic series took a more whimsical approach to the material. The first ten episodes saw the Locke children discover the magic and secrets of the Lockhouse estate. At the same time, demonic Dodge (Layla De Oliveira) sought to obtain the magical keys for nefarious […]

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‘Scream’ Actor Jamie Kennedy Explains Why Fan-Favorite Randy Meeks Should Probably Stay Dead [Interview]

Wes Craven’s Scream is now available for the first time on 4K Ultra HD and in a newly remastered Blu-ray, packed with special features that examine the smash hit and its legacy. For its release, Bloody Disgusting chatted with actor Jamie Kennedy, who played fan-favorite film nerd Randy Meeks.  While Randy survived the events of Scream, the character wasn’t […]

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The Iconic Transformation Scene in ‘An American Werewolf in London’ Remains an All-Timer [Scene Screams]

Scene Screams is a recurring column that spotlights the scenes in horror that make us scream, whether through fear, laughter, or tears. It examines the most memorable, and often scariest, scenes in horror and what it is about them that makes them get under our skin.  So much about An American Werewolf in London makes it a standout […]

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[Review] This Week’s Halloween Episode of “Chucky” Is a Killer Treat!

With introductions and setup out of the way, our favorite Good Guy doll can cut loose. Literally. Episode two of “Chucky”, “Give Me Something Good to Eat,” deepens character dynamics, unleashes Chucky’s personality in full force, sharpens its narrative, and gives the pint-sized murderer a loathsome target. More importantly, Chucky infectiously embraces the Halloween spirit. […]

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[Review] Netflix’s ‘Night Teeth’ Is High on Style But Anemic on Energy

The latest in Netflix’s crowded month of Halloween offerings, Night Teeth brings a stylized vampire tale that favors thrills over chills. An unwitting protagonist finds himself a fish out of water when dragged into the ultra-cool glitz and glamor of Los Angeles’s nightlife and thrust into the middle of a vampiric coup d’etat. But it keeps its […]

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[Review] Restored Cult Film ‘Arrebato’ Offers Surreal Descent Into Vampiric Nature of Addiction

Late Spanish director Iván Zulueta’s lost cult horror film Arrebato, or Rapture, is currently in its first theatrical run stateside after opening abroad in 1980. Cited a favorite by filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar (The Skin I Live In), the new 4K restoration of Arrebato delivers arthouse psychological horror to the masses; only the horror here is more on the phantasmagorical, meditative […]

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Stay Home, Watch Horror: 5 Distorted Reality Horror Movies to Stream This Week

Much in the same way that body horror can unnerve for its ability to turn your body against you, psychological horror preys upon your mind. The inability to distinguish reality from fantasy, or worse, is inherently terrifying. Censor (our review) sees a psychological unraveling for its lead character, a video censor during the Video Nasty craze that […]

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10 Halloween-Themed Horror Titles That You Can Stream on Tubi in October

Need more Halloween horror viewing inspiration? For the horror fan, Tubi has quickly emerged as a popular platform for its impressive genre offerings. The completely free streaming service, meaning no subscriptions or hidden fees, offers an insane selection for viewers with over 35,000 titles available. That means a robust catalog of horror; Tubi covers just […]

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[Review] “I Know What You Did Last Summer” Is a Polarizing But Fascinating Slasher Mystery

Note: This review is based on the first four episodes screened for critics. Lois Duncan’s 1973 suspense novel I Know What You Did Last Summer was loosely adapted into a slasher film in 1997. The adaptation took the core concept, which saw a group of high school seniors commit a fatal hit and run after a night […]

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Directors Tease That the ‘Scream’ Trailer Is Only the Tip of a Very Deceptive, Scary Iceberg [Exclusive Interview]

The highly-anticipated trailer for 2022’s Scream is finally here, bringing with it a slew of imagery and plot tidbits to pore over until the film’s January 14, 2022 theatrical release. The precise type of information that’s guaranteed to raise more questions and send the fandom into overdrive to solve the mysteries. Scream is this time directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett and produced […]

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David Gordon Green Says ‘Halloween Ends’ Script Is Complete and Awaiting John Carpenter’s Notes [Interview]

Halloween Kills arrives in theaters and on Peacock on Friday, October 15, picking up immediately after the events of 2018’s Halloween. Michael Myers escapes the blazing basement where the Strodes left him to die and resumes his killing spree across Haddonfield. It rips open old wounds from Haddonfield’s previous encounter with the boogeyman. Director David Gordon Green, who […]

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Everybody’s a Suspect: Meet the New Generation Cast and Characters of ‘Scream’!

Ghostface, Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), Gale Weathers (Courtney Cox), and Dewey Riley (David Arquette) are all back in the new Scream, arriving in theaters on January 14, 2022. So, too, is original screenwriter Kevin Williamson, this time as executive producer. But the trailer makes it clear that fans can expect a new generation to get brought into the […]

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[Review] ‘Halloween Kills’ Carves Up a Gruesome Old School Slasher… for Better and Worse

Halloween Kills picks up where 2018’s Halloween ends, with three generations of Strode women leaving a hard-fought battle, battered and exhausted. Of course, the fight isn’t over; firefighters unwittingly let loose the boogeyman in their attempts to put out the blazing fire at the Strode household. Michael Myers resumes his rampage across Haddonfield, now angrier than ever before. Halloween […]

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