"A lot of people read into it, especially the Christian right," says the guitar god of his longtime collaborator's Gothic imagery.
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.
Real-life burn victim Kane Hodder, who played Jason Voorhees in four "Friday the 13th" movies, was considered for role in "Nightmare on Elm Street" before Robert Englund.
On the 20th anniversary of the Wayans-helmed horror parody, Jon Abrahams describes how they filmed his crazy sex scene with Anna Faris using practical effects.
The writer/director also took the opportunity to rewrite the legacy of "Carrie" in a notable way.
When the script for the 1996 Goth horror favorite first made the rounds in Hollywood, there were several obstacles that stood in the way of True joining a cast that included rising stars Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell and Robin Tunney.
Speaking about his recently released career-spanning anthology, Gaiman expresses amazement that a Sandman series is finally happening.
The cinematographer and director remembers his horrifying experience on the set of the Cosby disaster. “The problem was that Bill Cosby had so much power, and could control so many things.”
“I balked at first,” the shock-rocker says of a 1978 invitation to guest-star on 'The Muppet Show.' “I went, ‘Oh man, I've been spending all this time building this villain image. Is this just going to water it down?’"
Before she voiced Lisa Simpson, the actress had a memorable — and slightly terrifying — experience on the notorious horror film that marked King's first (and last) foray into filmmaking. "It was not legal, I’m sure."
Filmmaker takes us through his favorite meme-inspiring kills, the darker original ending and why the villain is the anti-Freddy and Jason. "If you think of Death as sort of this sadistic force, what can he do to mess with you?
"The Invisible Man" writer-director Leigh Whannell and stars Elisabeth Moss, Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Storm Reid break down the horror film's allegorical messages.
“Treehouse of Horror XXXI,” which airs on Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. on Fox, opens with an election parody that’s not for the faint of heart.
Fans are cackling with glee about the classic Halloween movie's second life, which will culminate in a long-awaited sequel that's bound for Disney+.
The MVPs of Horror take us behind the scenes of their Stephen King classic, including how Bates scored the part after just one line.
Acclaimed filmmaker explains how his thriller inspired Jordan Peele's "Us" and how he had to fight studio to get Emma Thompson to co-star.
Jamie Kennedy's Randy Meeks was killed off halfway through "Scream 2" despite becoming a fan favorite.
Right before he broke out as George McFly, the actor faced off with Jason in the "derivative" horror hit.
MVP of Horror Mick Garris gives a guided tour of his screen collaborations with the master of the macabre (and where to stream them).
Oscar-nominated filmmaker explains his approach to twist endings and shares how Bruce Willis compared "Sixth Sense" to "Pulp Fiction."
Simon Pegg reveals 5 things you never knew about the classic zom-com on its 15th anniversary — including the "fun fact" that just won't die.
The actor takes us behind the scenes of his John Wayne-inspired epic brawl with Roddy Piper in John Carpenter's cult classic.
Hollywood's legendary makeup man explains the secrets of the greatest video of all time, along with his Oscar-worthy work on "American Werewolf" and "Coming to America."
Famed fright master talks creating scares on a (low) budget, what makes yellow blood so freaky, and why his franchise purposely avoids the "misogynistic aspects" of slasher films.