Found-footage Spanish-language feature "Verónica" holds a 100 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and is scaring the bejesus out of Twitter.
Just in time for Halloween, our panel of film fanatics breaks down the greatest, goriest, ghouliest, ghastliest cinematic treats released since 2000.
So-called sexy Halloween costumes have gotten out of control in the last few years, with manufacturers doing their best to crank out a “sexy” version of pretty much anything. Even characters that have no business being sexy are now tarted up — and it’s time for the madness to end. Click through to see 19 terrible “sexy” pop culture costumes that simply should not exist. More Halloween stories from Yahoo Entertainment: • ‘World War Z’ mastermind Max Brooks ranks pop culture zombies • ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ turns 20: Ryan Phillippe looks back • Inside the ‘Punky Brewster’ episode that scarred you for life
The studio knew what it was getting into when it decided to take a chance on 'Mother!,' Darren Aronofsky's polarizing new movie starring Jennifer Lawrence
He's one of three writers credited on 'It'; he has written three films for the 'Conjuring Universe' — 'Annabelle,' 'Annabelle: Creation,' and 'The Nun'
Darren Aronofsky's head-trip horror movie stars Jennifer Lawrence as woman who slips down rabbit hole of paranoia. It's dazzling -- on the surface, anyway
Yahoo Movies debuts an exclusive new featurette for the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's 'It,' the horror classic featuring the evil clown Pennywise
Striking first preview for director Darren Aronofsky's horror film, “mother!,” starring Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris, and Michelle Pfeiffer.
After Comic-Con panel, Netflix releases clip of a full scene from 'Death Note,' original horror/thriller that begins streaming in August starring Nat Wolff
In honor of horror movie master George A. Romero, who died July 16 at age 77, we salute his two 'Creepshow' films, made in collaboration with Stephen King
First trailer for 'It Comes at Night,' thriller starring Joel Edgerton who compromises security to take in a family — and invite an unseen threat?
It’s not 100 percent clear that anyone really wants to know where the aliens we first met almost 40 years ago in Alien came from — as with all the best horror-movie monsters, their mysterious origin is partly what’s so scary about them. Nonetheless, Ridley Scott seems to think the world must know how and why the xenomorphs came to be, as evidenced by his upcoming Alien: Covenant, a second prequel to his 1979 original, which will delve further into the creatures’ backstories. ...
There are few genre filmmakers more beloved than John Carpenter. Lately, the horror master behind Halloween, The Thing, Escape From New York and They Live has been throwing his support behind a new reboot of his Michael Myers franchise, but fans are also set to get a healthy dose of Carpenter-esque madness from the upcoming indie The Void. Watch the first trailer above. In the exclusive clip, unholy chaos engulfs a local hospital after it’s besieged by a group of figures in white robes with dark triangles on their hoods.
With a perfect 100 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes (as of Friday morning), the actor-turned-director has apparently hit the sweet spot between scares, laughs, and sociopolitical satire with his tale of a mixed-race couple (Girls’ Allison Williams and Daniel Kaluuya) who visit her family’s upper-crust white neighborhood, where things take a decidedly nasty turn. The writer and director, Jordan Peele (of the comedy sketch show Key & Peele), knows how to make shadowy streets into menacing ones and turn silences into warnings from the abyss.
Any fan of the Comedy Central series Key and Peele knows that its eponymous creators and costars, Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele, are big-time horror fans. Peele, it turns out, is such a genre groupie that his acclaimed directorial debut, Get Out — which currently boasts a rare 100 percent approval rating on the critic aggregator Rotten Tomatoes — is a legit frightener. Yes, there’s some dark comedy in the film, about a young black photographer (Daniel Kaluuya) who senses something sinister going on while meeting his girlfriend’s white parents during a weekend away in the ‘burbs.
You’ve probably heard of horror movies like The Haunting or Let the Right One In. But what about ones that've been more or less forgotten? They deserve love too.
M. Night Shyamalan’s long road back from After Earth — his personality-deprived 2013 sci-fi saga starring Will and Jaden Smith — began last year with the sturdy found-footage thriller The Visit. However, he seems on the verge of making a complete return to form courtesy of his upcoming Split, which received an enthusiastic response when it premiered at September’s Fantastic Fest. And now, its second trailer more fully lays out its mad mayhem.
Halloween is fast approaching, so all this week, Yahoo Movies will be publishing interviews with people who’ve scared us silly in classic horror movies. Go here to read our complete Halloween coverage.
Angus Scrimm, best known as the Tall Man in the 1979 horror movie 'Phantasm' and its four sequels, died January 9, 2016, at age 89.
Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren are back in The Conjuring 2 to explore another frightening haunting — and this time, the ghosts have come to London. The sequel to The Conjuring, which opened to huge box office in 2013, features the return of stars Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, as well as director James Wan (the horror mastermind behind Saw and Insidious). Watch the new trailer above.