Get spooky at this overnight film fest
Like the blood that gushes forth from the elevators of the Overlook Hotel, brilliant/ridiculous theories of what Stanley Kubrick's The Shining is really about have for years surged madly and memorably--especially online, where the Internet's dead ends, blind links, and back-where-you-started argumen ... More >>
Why Paranormal Activity 4 and other new scary movies don't look like movies at all
Sucking blood made funny
Your best alternative to opting out of Halloween completely: Vegging in front of the ol' tele -- because, let's get serious for a second, the idea of partying it up Sunday night isn't exactly motivating when you consider the East Village barrage of drunken revelers, that getting a costume now ... More >>
The freaks roam free on sacred grounds
Need I say more? It's a scene from the 1975 weirdie The Devil Inside Her--a cheapo knockoff of Rosemary's Baby and The Exorcist in which the future Alexis Carrington plays a stripper who gets felt up by an evil little person who...
Too funny and too self-aware to be truly offensive
It was 50 years ago this week, Alfred Hitchcock taught the world to shriek. Sunday morning June 16, 1960, Psycho opened at two midtown Manhattan theaters, with crowds already lined up on Broadway. Was it the insolently blunt title? Hitchcock's hilarious first-person trailer ("and here we ha ... More >>
Why won't you DIE?
Temporary Distortion's Americana Kamikaze
Not for the tender-hearted . . . just sayin'
See Kubricks horror classic outdoorsif you dare
But the moral is one to live by
It's a hard knock lifeand a creepy onein The Orphanage
Latest Stephen King adaptation all fogged up
The season's smartest double bill is a match made in heaven and hell
They Came From Within