Kevin Williamson announced that production on the latest instalment had wrapped confirming its official title would be Scream.
Jordan Peele's "Get Out" has played a key role in ushering in a wave of fearsome titles on both the big and small screen that refract their thrills through a socially conscious lens.
The New Flesh podcast, in conjunction with Yahoo Entertainment, immersed itself in Nightstream’s freaky offerings and emerged with this list of nine upcoming horror movies that you’ll definitely want to see.
Presented by Citi. Episode star and creatives of Hulu's Monsterland (Kelly Marie Tran, Desiree Akhavan, Mary Laws, and Anka Malatynska) gather with moderator Rosie Knight at PaleyFest Fall TV Previews 2020 to celebrate their show. Topics include: exploring roles for complex, flawed women within horror stories; Tran's interest in the "Iron River, MI" episode's themes of privilege and envy; allowing the eight episodes' individual directors to work in their own unique styles; Laws' theater background and her belief in centering the "ego" of the work itself; the eight different episodes as "siblings," related but not identical; the "Iron River" episode as a "warped fairy tale"; Tran's appreciation for having "the ability to fail" on the collaborative shoot; the series' focus on working-class characters who have experienced trauma; and why creating an anthology series is both a "nightmare" and a meaningful creative opportunity.
Blumhouse Productions' upcoming horror film will give a whole new meaning to the term "haunted house."
Indie horror film "The Wretched" is inching toward a milestone, eyeing the top spot on box office charts for the fifth weekend in a row. It's a rare feat that hasn't been achieved since Marvel's superhero juggernaut "Black Panther" debuted in 2018. Notching this particular benchmark, in this case, comes with a pretty big caveat; […]
Yeon Sang-ho teased that 'Peninsula' will be a much bigger zombie thriller than its 2016 predecessor.
It’s almost Halloween, and that means new horror movies are flooding streaming services. Here are the ones to watch.
Netflix’s new series is a slow burn, but the scares do come. Fans on Twitter say they’re afraid to turn out the lights at night.
The jump-scare ad for the "Conjuring" spinoff violated the site's "shocking content policy."
Found-footage Spanish-language feature "Verónica" holds a 100 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and is scaring the bejesus out of Twitter.
Thanks to such box-office hits as Get Out, Annabelle: Creation, Split, and, of course, the monster success that is It, 2017 is proof positive that moviegoers still love going to the theater to be scared out of their minds. And one could make the case that the genre has never been stronger than it’s been in the still-young 21st century. The past 17 years have seen the rise of global horror as a creative and commercial force, with new classics emerging from such far-flung locations as Australia and South Korea, along with domestically made features at both the independent and studio levels that push aesthetic and narrative boundaries. With Halloween on the horizon, Yahoo Entertainment is counting down the best horror movies released since 2000 and where you can see them. Be afraid … be very afraid. And be ready to sound off in the comments; we had to make some tough cuts (sorry, Pennywise!) to get this list to 25, so let us know your favorite movies that we missed.
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
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
'Wish Upon,' starring Joey King and Ryan Phillippe, is a gangly mess of a supernatural horror-thriller with camp value to burn
Trailer for late-summer horror film 'Polaroid,' which looks for its supernatural jolts in an old instant camera from the '70s that develops a fatal flaw