THE BEST Horror

Mother! (Trailer)

Mother! (Trailer)

Jennifer Lawrence plays a content wife whose life takes a horrifying turn when an older couple moves in with her and her husband. That’s just about all we know about Darren Aronofsky’s upcoming film, but the trailer has us very intrigued. And very creeped out.

IT (Trailer 2)

IT (Trailer 2)

Our latest peek at the remake of IT isn’t shy about showing Pennywise, as well as the terrifying the things that await The Losers Club, the foolishly brave kids who want to take him on. Man, we regret watching that with headphones on.

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Zygote

Zygote

(PG-13, Gore) Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios is back with more outstanding nightmare fuel. Dakota Fanning stars in a story about a Arctic mining colony terrorized by an experiment gone wrong – an assimilating monster that makes the Borg look like Care Bears.

OPERATOR: Episode 2

OPERATOR: Episode 2

(PG-13: Language/Gore) Animator Sam Barnett follows up his 2013 stop-motion short with another incredible episode about an evil corporation that enslaves and controls its workers with creepy biomechanical parasites. Help fund episode 3 over on Kickstarter.

The Apprehension Engine

The Apprehension Engine

A unique machine designed solely to produce eerie sounds for horror films. Luthier Tony Duggan-Smith created this combination of strings, rods, magnets, wood, and other found objects so Indie Film Maker could make original sounds instead of turning to a stock library.

PHV: Walpurgisnacht

PHV: Walpurgisnacht

Horror synthwave artist Pentagram Home Video ups the macabre for their latest EP. Named after the German term for April 30, Walpurgisnacht (“witches’ night”) will have you looking over your shoulder for tendrils of steam. Or chokeslams.

IT in the Hat

IT in the Hat

Dr. Seuss takes the place of Stephen King as the author in But Without’s remix of the trailer from IT, which replaces the creepy clown with an equally creepy Cat in the Hat. It’s no coincidence that the cat was played by a guy named Michael Myers.

IT (Trailer)

IT (Trailer)

The clown industry’s going to tank (even harder) in 2017. Warner Bros. re-adapts Stephen King’s excellent 1986 horror novel about a malevolent being who takes the form of a clown in order to lure and kill children. Finn Wolfhard stars in Stranger Danger IT.

Alien: Covenant: Meet Walter

Alien: Covenant: Meet Walter

In case you were wondering why Prometheus‘ android butler David is back and in great shape in Alien: Covenant, he’s not. Meet Walter. He’s one of Westworld’s Weyland-Yutani’s latest synthetic humanoids.

The Void (Trailer)

The Void (Trailer)

(Gore) A cop finds out that the people inside his rural town’s hospital are “transforming into something inhuman.” He and his fellow survivors venture to the hospital’s depths to end the madness. This crowdfunded film is an homage to ’80s horror movies.

Alfred Hitchcock on Dead Bodies

Alfred Hitchcock on Dead Bodies

Blank on Blank dusted off a classic 1957 interview with the late, great master of psychological horror, animating Hitch’s pontification on fear, suspense, and death, and maintaining a sense of humor about all of it.

Alien: Covenant (Trailer 2)

Alien: Covenant (Trailer 2)

Get ready to have your pants scared off with Ridley Scott’s follow up to Prometheus, in which pairs of happy couples head off Noah’s Ark style to colonize what they think is a remote paradise, but is actually home to a bunch of nasty xenomorphs.

Alien: Covenant – Last Supper

Alien: Covenant – Last Supper

A brief prologue to Ridley Scott’s upcoming Alien: Covenant, introducing us to the crew as they have one final meal and prepare for what is surely their last good night’s cryosleep before they’re ripped apart by xenomorphs.

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It Comes at Night (Teaser)

It Comes at Night (Teaser)

A father takes his family to a desolate hut in the wake of an “unnatural” global threat. When another family asks to camp in with them, the tension inside the house becomes just as dangerous as the horrors outside. Starring Joel Edgerton and Riley Keough. Premieres 8/25/17.

Personal Shopper (Trailer)

Personal Shopper (Trailer)

“Is it you… or is just me?” Kristen Stewart turns in a critically-acclaimed performance in this psychological thriller. Stewart plays a personal shopper for celebrities who’s waiting for a sign from her recently deceased twin brother.

Apocalypse Now: The Game

Apocalypse Now: The Game

Some of the lead contributors to Fallout: New Vegas, Wasteland 2, and more are working on a video game adaptation of Apocalypse Now. The survival horror RPG will let you relive and rewrite the story of the movie’s protagonist, Capt. Willard. Its estimated release is in 2020.

Santa Clarita Diet (Trailer)

Santa Clarita Diet (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant star in this Netflix original series, a dark comedy about two ordinary real estate agents whose lives get turned upside down when one of them wakes up as a zombie – and is much happier that way. Drops 2/3/17.

The Original Slasher Film

The Original Slasher Film

(PG-13) Frame by Frame pays homage to filmmaker Bob Clark and his 1974 cult classic Black Christmas. Way ahead of its time, the film featured the main components of slasher films, including titillation, the holiday setting, the anonymous killer and even the phone gag.

Friday the 13th: The Game

Friday the 13th: The Game

(Gore) It’s Evolve, but with Jason Voorhees and stupid campers. Play as Jason or his potential victims in this asymmetrical multiplayer game. As the prey, you can try to hide and wait out the night, escape the camp or take on Jason. Drops 2017 for Windows, Xbox One and PS4.

Resident Evil 7 (Gameplay)

Resident Evil 7 (Gameplay)

IGN sums up a press-only demo of upcoming first-person horror game Resident Evil 7. It retains many of the series’ trademark elements – rooms gated by puzzles, jump scares, cranks – but the graphics and setting take it to the next level. #2REAL4US.

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Rise of the Boogeymen

Rise of the Boogeymen

Antonio Maria Da Silva’s latest brilliant movie mashup envisions a sinister world in which all of our favorite horror movie characters live together. Its full title is Rise of the Boogeymen: Michael vs. Jason vs. Leatherface vs. Ash vs. Freddy vs. Chucky.

LIFE (Trailer)

LIFE (Trailer)

Take a helping of Alien, a dash of Gravity, and a smidgen of The Thing, and you’ll have a good idea what to expect from this sci-fi thriller about a team aboard the ISS who discovers the first evidence of extraterrestrial life on Mars. Sadly for the crew, it turns out to be a complete dick.

Harold

Harold

“Could you ask him to stop?” A phony psychic gets more than what she bargained for from a caller who had a legitimate request. RocketJump’s Halloween short milks the tension for way too long, but it does have a good first half.

Ash & Xena vs. Horror Flicks

Ash & Xena vs. Horror Flicks

(Gore, PG-13: Language) “It’s like, she should die ’cause she’s wearing those socks.” Wired showed Ash vs. Evil Dead stars Bruce Campbell and Lucy Lawless some of the most gruesome death scenes in horror movies.

Get Out (Trailer)

Get Out (Trailer)

Key and Peele fans know there was often a dark side lurking around the corner in their sketches. Now, Jordan Peele fully reveals his creepy tendencies with this horror flick he wrote and directed about a mixed-race couple lost in the country and subject to all kinds of evil.

Teddy Bears Are for Lovers

Teddy Bears Are for Lovers

(Gore) Colin loves to give teddy bears to his girlfriends. But when he inevitably breaks up with them, the stuffed toys are left to deal with the aftermath. Now they want payback. Comedy, horror, action and drama – this fun short film has it all.

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