Some horror movies work your nerves and leave you frightened, but at least you feel justified in your fear. Other movies — well, let's just say you should feel embarrassed that they scare you. And here they are. Prepare to be ashamed!
Aren't you tired of those goody-goody heroes saving the day in every movie? When they walk off into the sunset, all happy and fulfilled, doesn't it eat into your bitter, desiccated soul? Here are a few great movies that let you take the edge off that anger. In these, the heroes are doomed. Dooooomed!
Low-budget science fiction and fantasy movies rule. While mega-blockbusters crank out the same familiar stories, including a parade of sequels and remakes, a low-budget film can take crazy risks and tell an original story. But sometimes, low-budget movies can get just as obsessed with chasing fads and copying each…
How does monster maker Guillermo del Toro create such wonderfully terrifying creatures? We've got an exclusive behind-the-scenes video of del Toro and director Troy Nixey, showing you how Don't Be Afraid of the Dark brought their little gremlins alive!
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, produced and co-written by Guillermo del Toro, comes out today, promising tiny, Gremlins-style creature terror. As a look at a family trying to find common ground during a stressful time, it's okay. But as a monster movie, it fails in the most frustrating way possible.
There's one thing you can always count on in a horror movie nowadays: a father who's kind of a jerk. Everybody else in the family knows there's something supernatural going on, but the dad refuses to believe it. And acts like a total schmuck about it, too.
If you don't want to spoil the big monster reveal from
Troy Nixey and Guillermo del Toro's creature feature Don't Be Afraid of The Dark go no further. Two new clips from the horror flick reveal the movie's evil fiends.
One thing Guillermo del Toro does very well is creating amazing monsters. And the little nasties in Don't Be Afraid of the Dark rival almost every monster from Hellboy's Troll market. Watch two new clips from the horror movie now.
Guillermo del Toro isn't just one of the great directors of horror and fantasy — he's also an uncompromising visionary, who calls it likes he sees it. We've been blown away by del Toro's words of wisdom before.
San Diego Comic Con is a mosh pit of tastemakers. A good showing at Comic Con can generate unstoppable buzz for a project, that can last for months. A weak showing can deal a devastating setback to a creator's dreams.
Damon Lindelof explains why Ridley Scott's Prometheus is more than just an Alien prequel. Guillermo del Toro confirms a key bit of Pacific Rim casting. Plus a former Doctor Who star is possibly headed to Game of Thrones!
We're freaking out over Troy Nixey's creature feature Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, which features a pack of child-eating monsters. Here are the first few clips from the Guillermo del Toro-produced feature!
Every summer, there's at least one movie underdog that takes audiences by storm. A movie that doesn't belong to an established series or feature a fan-favorite character, but still wins us over. A hit original amongst sequels and reboots.
Could this be the biggest movie summer of all time? It's sure looking like it. Almost every weekend features at least one, and maybe two or three, movies with a science fiction, fantasy or comics pedigree.
"I'm going to sit, because I'm fat. I hope you're drinking stuff," Guillermo del Toro said as he took the stage at Portland's Baghdad Theater & Pub. Ostensibly he was there to read from his new book... but he digressed.
The only thing we ever wanted from the Guillermo del Toro-produced demon-kidnapping film Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark was for it to be straight-up terrifying. But the movie's first review claims it's not just super-scary, it's actually really good.
A new Futurama clip, set at Intergalactic Comic Con, takes geek in-jokes to a whole new level. The next Star Trek will go way darker. Plus Ghost Rider 2, Doctor Who, Bruce Vs. Frankenstein, The Event, V, Supernatural and Chuck.
The first trailer for the Guillermo del Toro-penned-and-produced horror flick Don't Be Afraid of the Dark has hit the web. It's like The Borrowers on crystal meth! Take a good long look at the pint-sized creatures who're watching you sleep.