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John Krasinksi's family survival horror "A Quiet Place: Part II" is predictable but well constructed
A frightening premise and two solid lead performances add up to a tense and gruesome lesbian-themed thriller
Osherovich navigates the genre twists and turns of the body-swapping horror-comedy "Freaky"
An evil weave goes on a deadly rampage in Justin Simien's horror spoof "Bad Hair"
Hulu's "Helstrom" keeps its focus too firmly set on the rearview mirror
A gay couple steps into a new home and a paranoid nightmare in Shudder’s effectively creepy Spiral.
Leigh Whannell's "The Invisible Man" stretches out a decent horror premise until it's as thin as air
David Gordon Green's "Halloween" picks up forty years after the original, and is only half as scary
Unsane is scary, but it requires a suspension of disbelief in order to completely satisfy
From gods to monsters to a family of cannibals, our critic recounts the ten best films of 2017
"It" unearths the monsters -- real and imagined -- that prey on a small town's innocence
According to Andy Scahill, gays have a special dark place in the horror canon
Guillermo del Toro’s visually ravishing Crimson Peak terrifies you in ways you least expect
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is a gorgeous, thought-provoking game that refuses to mollycoddle players
The Greenbelt Arts Center offers a production of Evil Dead: The Musical, an off Broadway stage adaptation of Sam Raimi’s cult classic zombie film, featuring book...