(PG-13: Language) An awkward and socially-inept woman invites a girlfriend over for a sleepover, but we quickly discover their friendship isn’t real, and things take quite an unexpected turn. Carlyn Hudson’s dark comedy short film could easily be the premise for an episode of Black Mirror.
(PG-13: Language) After buying a “smart” microwave oven, a suburban family’s life is turned upside-down when their shiny new appliance decides it doesn’t like the way it’s being treated. Brandon Boudreaux’s offbeat short horror film will have you wondering if a microwave oven could commit murder.
While on a ski vacation with his family in the Swiss Alps, a father experiences a series of unexpected and terrifying incidents. Writer/Director Jonas Ulrich’s haunting short film conjures similar feelings of isolation and fear that we experienced watching Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining.
(PG-13: Gore/Language) Need advice on how to survive during a viral outbreak? Check out filmmakers Evan Gorski’s and Michael Dougherty’s clip “Everything I Need to Know to Survive COVID-19 I Learned by Watching Sci-fi and Horror Movies.” We’re still going with “Have a nice cold pint… and wait for all this to blow over.”
(Gore) We always thought that Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was pretty morbid for a kids’ movie. But the guys at Corridor revamped the film into something even more sinister, the chocolate river running red with blood, and children meeting far more gruesome ends. Will Charlie and Grandpa even make it?
(PG-13: Gore, Language) “I call ye forth… the devil… with my name… Greg!” Jason Tostevin’s completely sacrilegious horror-comedy short film introduces us to a group of satanists who basically have no clue of what they’re doing, as they try to call forth the devil’s spawn from a pregnant woman.
It’s tough to make a really scary movie or TV show without shadows for creepy things to hide in. But as filmmaker David F. Sandberg explains, it’s not always the easiest thing to film dark scenes and have them come off as realistic, while still being visible on everything from projection screens to smartphone displays.
(Gore, Flashing lights) Animator Lee Hardcastle follows up his visceral DOOM claymation with another carnage-filled short, as our heroic kitty does everything he can to protect his cute little bunny pal from a horrific demise at the hands of an alien horde. But is he too late?
Kevin James continues to kill it with his YouTube channel, delivering sketch after sketch of hilarious and twisted comedy. In this clip, James plays a real estate agent who can’t help but shake an uncomfortable feeling after visiting a creepy old mansion… in his dreams.
Steven Spielberg reboots his late-1980s anthology series with a new run on Apple TV+. Like the original, it will combine science fiction, horror, and fantasy, with a slightly lighter and more magical touch than Twilight Zone or Black Mirror. Premieres 3/6/2020 with an initial run of five episodes.
After the events of the terrifying A Quiet Place, the remaining members of the Abbott family head back out into the world to face more monsters that react to even the smallest sound. Along the way, they encounter new people and we get a glimpse at what happened at the start of the invasion.
Elijah Wood sports a very bad haircut as he portrays a man who reunites with his mysterious and long-lost father, only to find out that the reason his Dad wants to get together is truly insidious. New Zealand filmmaker Ant Timpson’s twisted horror flick is getting raves from the critics.
(Gore) Produced by Guillermo del Toro, and directed by Scott Cooper (Black Mass), this creepy horror film follows the story of a gruesome death that at first appears to be an animal attack, but turns out to be something far more insidious – and the young boy who in some way is connected to it all.
A new series about a very old vampire. Developed by Sherlock creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, Dracula is expected to both pay tribute to Bram Stoker’s original and change things up with new tales of horror and new insights into the character. Stars the imposing Claes Bang as Dracula. Premieres 1/4/20 on Netflix and BBC One.
Go inside the story of one of the greatest science fiction/horror movies of all time. Alexandre O. Philippe’s documentary delves into the origins of Ridley Scott’s tense, gory, and artful masterpiece. Legion M’s DVD and Blu-Ray discs come with a special limited-edition pin featuring the art of H.R. Giger.
“It’s just a color… but it buuuuuurns!” Nicolas Cage stars in this adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s supernatural short story about a family who moves from the big city to the country to get away from it all, but that all changes when a glowing meteorite crashes to Earth, and infects the local water supply. Directed by Richard Stanley.
(Gore) Joe and Lloyd Stas’ horrific short film fully embraces the grindhouse genre, as a man visiting a countryside pub finds a mysterious letter in his coat pocket, and then all hell breaks loose when he reads its contents. This is definitely not one for the kiddies or the faint of heart.
There are lots of things to be frightened of in the world, but is there a universally worst terror for all people, regardless of age, race, sex, culture or other attributes? Michael Stevens of Vsauce digs into the notion of fear, and how these unpleasant feelings are triggered in our brains. He also hates purple squares now.
(PG-13: Language) Travis Bible’s horror short satirizes obnoxious online personalities and their chatty followers, as “soon to be top five” vlogger Chad Ryan pays a visit to a cabin where a massacre took place. But he finds himself in a bit too deep as he livestreams his experience to millions of followers.
Inspired by Henry James’ novel The Turn of the Screw, and directed by Floria Sigismondi (The Handmaid’s Tale), this creepy looking film tells the story of a nanny assigned to secluded estate in Maine, where she must care for two children who seem to be deeply disturbed by mysterious forces.
Create 20 awesomely creepy kirigami scenes from Paper Dandy’s book of horror-themed dioramas. When appropriately lit, they’re the perfect perfect decoration for your Halloween party. Each intricate design requires a good deal of precise cutting, so they’re more for adults than kids, though.
Nearly four decades after the strange happenings at the Overlook Hotel in The Shining, a grown-up Dan Torrance can’t shake the haunting visions of his past. He meets a girl who has shares a similar supernatural “gift” that attracts an army of terrifying freaks, and must return to the place that started it all.
(Gore) If we can have possessed killer dolls and possessed killer trucks, why not possessed killer furniture? That’s the question that this insane schlock horror film (also known as My Lover, My Lazy Boy) aims to answer. Though it looks more like a recliner than a sofa to us. Heading straight to DVD and digital 10/2019.
Are you not getting your regular dose of nightmares? Then tune in to Netflix for this French horror series about a novelist whose terrifying stories are coming true, after spending her whole life trying to fend off visions of an evil witch. Drops 9/13/19. That’s a Friday, naturally.
After a team of underwater researchers set up shop at the bottom of the ocean, an earthquake strikes and threatens to destroy their laboratory. But it turns out that maybe they really just angered some undersea monster by drilling into its home. Kristen Stewart, T.J. Miller, and Vincent Cassel star in this popcorn horror flick.