Whether it’s featuring murderous food, or cannibals adding their prey to the menu, food horror movies have it all.
In the 1993 thriller The Crush, a man moves into a guest house and quickly gains a stalker in the underage girl next door. But is it based on a true story?
Here’s why this cold open from a The Office Halloween episode got banned–and where you can still watch it.
If you’re set on watching every Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell movie, you can’t forget about Intruder (1989).
You don’t have to be buried alive to feel the oppressive confinement of these horrifyingly claustrophobic movies.
“It has been said something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world.”
Changeling (2008) closely followed the real life disappearance of Walter Collins and the brutal Wineville Chicken Coop Murders
Named after the phobia of spiders, Arachnophobia (1990), used over 300 real spiders on the set–something that would spook anyone afraid of these eight-legged animals.
“If you were going to take over the world, would you blow up the White House ‘Independence Day’ style, or sneak in through the back door?”
Time for a deep dive behind-the-scenes of The Lost Boys (1987).
“As usual, marijuana saves an otherwise disastrous day.”
A look behind the scenes of Disturbing Behavior (1998) with interesting facts and trivia from the filming of the ’90s sci-fi horror.
The Frighteners (1996) brings together horror comedy one-liners, convincing ghostly CGI, and a final feature film performance from Michael J. Fox.
All of the trivia and film facts from behind the scenes of your favorite 1993 thriller, The Good Son.
Behind-the-scenes of ‘One Hour Photo’: the 2002 Robin Williams thriller that traumatized audiences.
With these horror movies inspired by Ed Gein, the filmmakers took some of the spookiest elements of the serial killer’s slayings–including his obsession with his mother and his creative use of the skin of his victims.