Sitges festival rewards ‘Lamb’ supernatural terror

The Sitges festival has surrendered to the haunting Nordic supernatural terror of Lamb, chosen best film by a jury made up of Alaska, Joaquín Reyes, Luna, Antonio Trashorras and Ali Abassi, who have seen a total of 42 titles in competition in the official section during ten intense days. The Icelandic Valdimar Jóhannsson’s debut feature, … Read more

Five Iconic Horror Mothers: From Chris MacNeil in “The Exorcist” to Wendy Torrance in “The Shining”

Households are exposed to the most extreme situations in horror movies. But they are not always in danger: sometimes they are the danger themselves. And in those opposites mothers always stand out. Sometimes they are presented as heroines who do not measure their efforts to protect their children and other times they are to blame … Read more

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark | Top reviews, reviews and ratings

The new film directed by André Øvredal and produced by Guillermo del Toro, Stories of Fear to Tell in the Dark – 77%, is based on the homonymous series of children’s books written by Alvin Schwartz. It is a compilation of short stories that its author was in charge of shaping from American urban legends. … Read more

The Citizen | Film review: ‘The Dark House’ (2020), the other side of terror

By Wladimyr Valdivia Westphal. Following its preview at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, David Bruckner presents his fourth feature film as a solo director and the first of more commercial characteristics, after his great debut with ‘The Signal’ (2007), followed by ‘The Ritual’ (2017) and ‘Paranormal Demons’ (2018), three correct exponents of independent terror that … Read more

The Lingering Terror of ‘Coraline’ | by Morgan Pryor | Oct, 2021

What makes this “children’s movie” so much more terrifying than horror films made for adults? A lot, actually. Graphic by Cat Tebo I am a firm believer that some kids’ movies are even creepier than the typical horror films targeted at teens and adults. Coraline, in particular, haunts me to this day, filled with a … Read more

5 horror movies you should see if you liked Scream

Scream hit the big screen for the first time in December 1996, film directed by Wes Craven and starring Canadian actress Neve Campbell that, with a masked like serial killer, attracted the attention of viewers and a whole generation of fans of the terror. Now, after 25 years, Paramount released this morning the trailer for … Read more

Lizzy Caplan Turns Into Stephen King’s Terror With The Role That Gave Kathy Bates an Oscar | TV and Show

Although its participation in Mean Girls, Tina Fey’s classic, catapulted her to fame, Lizzy Caplan She has to her credit a series of roles that have kept her active in Hollywood. Castle Rock, one of the last credits to her name, meant a variation on the line she had followed in previous years and led … Read more

‘The werewolf’, 80 years of a myth of terror | Cinema | Entertainment

‘The Human Wolf’ (The Wolf Man) was directed in 1941 by George Waggner. October 9, 2021 – 7:00 p.m. There is a phrase by Thomas Hobbes in his work Leviathan what does it say: “The man is the wolf of the man”, trying to show that within the human being beats a kind of animality … Read more

‘Servant’: high-flying domestic terror

A frame from the last chapter of the first season. Second season M. Night Shyamalan-sponsored series returns with a second season just as rich in mystery and psychological terror ‘Servant’, the series that M. Night Shyamalan sponsored for Apple TV +, was one of the pleasant surprises that the new video-on-demand platform brought with it … Read more