Do you like scary movie trivia?
Close your curtains and trust no one.
Do you like scary movies?
Maybe you should stop drinking.
10 points if you make it through this without screaming.
“One, two, Freddy’s coming for you…” To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the original Nightmare on Elm Street, here’s a ranking of the iconic horror franchise.
This ain’t a friendly ghost. #NotCasper
Twenty years ago, Wes Craven resurrected Freddy Krueger in a meta-horror film that starred Nightmare on Elm Street lead Heather Langenkamp as herself. Now, the writer-director and star reflect on New Nightmare’s influence on the ever-evolving face of horror.
You’ve never seen a damsel in distress like this before.
Killer Boyfriend, family problems, and dead friends…What’s a girl to do?
There’s something about them that makes you secretly swoon. Don’t fight it. This is a safe place.
These ladies would’ve slayed in more ways than one.
Though he’s earning recognition as a serious actor on FX’s The Bridge, to many, Matthew Lillard is still Stu from Scream or Stevo from SLC Punk! — and that’s fine with him.
Street cred? What street cred?
Remember, never say “I’ll be right back.”
Relationships are tough, especially in a crisis situation.
These slasher film heroines went toe-to-toe with sadistic serial killers — and lived to tell about it.
Masks are making a comeback in horror films like You’re Next and The Purge, and with good reason — they’re terrifying. Here are 25 that have kept you up at night.
For those who like their scary movies brutally violent instead of bloodless, here are 25 of the best gory horror films, presented in chronological order. WARNING: Major gore ahead. Proceed with caution.
Find out which star was really a teenager and which one should have been playing the teacher.
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.
Don’t answer that phone! Also, don’t go near garage doors!
In franchise reboots like Evil Dead, humor gets traded for gore.
Take note, filmmakers. Goats are where it’s at.
The actress sat down with BuzzFeed to talk about Singled Out, Scream, and her new show.
In honor of Mama, hitting theaters today, here are questions related to the most memorable horror movie matriarchs.