Trick or pass out.
Trick or pass out.
Everything is terrible.
What was that noise?
According to the internet. And the internet is always right.
From Dr. Caligari to The Conjuring, here are more than 100 horror films that have defined the genre. Are you a horror obsessive or a scaredy cat?
It’s probably best not to watch this if you’re home alone…
In discussions of the year’s best film, it’s easy for horror to get overlooked. Here are 19 of the genre’s best offerings in 2013.
Watch these and prepare to get creeped out. Enjoy.
It’s been 40 years since it was an excellent day for an exorcism.
You’re secretly a Halloween Grinch, and that’s OK.
It’s not paranoia if they are out to get you.
The puns. They burn.
Thanks a lot, Hollywood.
Wes Craven’s slasher films are making the jump to the small screen. Here’s some advice for turning the modern horror classic into must-see-TV.
In honor of Mama, hitting theaters today, here are questions related to the most memorable horror movie matriarchs.
But can you blame him? This thing is horrifying.
Horror soundtracks are usually dumping grounds for truly awful music, but these songs are the exception.
The more you know.
What are the people that bring monsters to life afraid of? CNN’s Geek Out spoke to some of the biggest names in scary stuff to find out what movies keep them up at night.
The 10 scariest characters in horror films. Don’t mess with them, they’ll kill you! View List ›
The classic Gremlin kitchen scene about did me in at 5. Gremlins were my size but killing adults; I couldn’t get over the idea. I was doomed. A dark modern remake would be incredible. Add your scene to the list. Watch Video ›
Paranormal Activity is the new Blair Witch Project. It’s super low-budget and opening in a very limited run on September 25, but it’s generating a whole lot of “OMG this is the scariest movie ever” buzz. Here’s a trailer (with audience reactions) so you can judge for yourself. Watch Video ›
There are plenty of scary movies available out there for free to get you in that Halloween state of mind. Those ’60s horror flicks are just almost unbearably cheesy and slow moving by today’s standards, but they can sometimes be much more creepy. Read More ›