Articles tagged: Horror
In Hilltop Horror, Lucy Collins (CAS ‘26) and Elspeth Campbell (CAS ‘26) dive into the history, social context, and cultural impact of genre films from Alfred Hitchcock to Jordan Peele.... Read more
Fan or not, Saw X will make you absolutely squirm in your seats, especially if you can handle it in 4K.
Black horror is booming. Several films released this summer to overwhelmingly positive reviews and streaming success.
Nightmare’s prevailing influence in pop culture and commentary on the horror of life in the ’80s is sufficient to justify its classic status.
The fantastical allows filmmakers and audiences to envision more creative, progressive storylines for women.
The romance of Bones and All, despite what it lacks in its writing, shines through in its cinematography.
Perhaps this recent shift in consumer interest helps make sense of the seeming contradiction between Smile’s aggressive promotion and thematic scope.
After a wait of more than 30 years, our favorite “explorers in the further regions of experience” have made their sinister return to the screen, just in time for... Read more
Julia Ducournau’s bold body horror Titane crosses the finish line with the strength of its performances
Content warning: gore, body horror There are two sides to Titane, Julia Ducournau’s Palme d’Or-winning body horror film. One is a family drama about assimilation, about the struggles to fit... Read more
The Welcome to the Blumhouse campaign serves as little more than a collection of entertaining and diverse but unremarkable horror films
If you like tacky horror movies, Amazon Prime is the site to stream this Halloween. Its set of films from the horror collection Welcome to the Blumhouse (2020) went live... Read more
Twenty-seven years have passed since the Losers Club had to face off against the child-eating shapeshifter known only as It. In that time, they’ve grown up and left their hometown... Read more
Someone Great: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBd9gcrj2Wk John S: Let me start by saying the best part of this trailer was definitely the song “Truth Hurts” by Lizzo playing in the background. This... Read more
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already heard: The Haunting of Hill House is scary. So scary that last night, after I had stopped halfway through an episode and was... Read more