Huge robots fight monsters from another dimension, again, in Pacific Rim: Uprising. Smash. Fight. Repeat.
Sergio G. Sánchez talks to us about his new film The Secret of Marrowbone, his inspirations, mobile phones in cinemas, Spielberg, and E.T coming home.
The critically acclaimed directors of Spring give us something altogether more mind-bendy and timey-wimey with The Endless.
Home invasion sequel that sees a family become the latest victims of the masked killers because, why not?
The Running Man via The Matrix with a trip to Westworld whilst passing by The Hunger Games…with dinosaurs.
Halloween trailer: Its like all your Halloweens came at once.
Vuelven makes Stranger Things look like the Disney Club.
If this horror anthology from Mexico doesn’t disturb you, then please seek help.
Sea-gods in mop buckets, creatures made from gaffer-taped bin bags and a budget so low it considers Donald Trump a close personal friend. We give you Soft Matter.
As if visiting your Gran wasn’t bad enough. This old-timer and her caregiver are clocking up quite the body count.
After Flatlining in her last movie, Ellen Page returns to the screens in zombie-drama The Cured from first time director David Freyne.
The producers of The Witch and The Void conjure up a new kind of fear in the very effective chiller Pyewacket.
Look out coulrophobes, It is about to get real.
Robert Englund helps Jason London with malevolent forces in his basement.
Boy meets girl, boy has erotic encounters with an arcade machine, horror ensues.
The latest issue of Exquisite Terror is out now. Written for horror fans by horror fans.
Godzilla Begins! The King of the Monsters returns to his roots in an exciting and hilarious Japanese reboot.
Lights Out director David F. Sandberg aims to scare us silly with possessed doll prequel Annabelle: Creation
Bill Nighy is on the hunt for a killer in 19th Century London. Limehouse to be exact.
Ryan finds The Forest of Lost Souls loses its own way somewhat.
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