Universal Orlando transforms itself into a murderous, terrifying gothic wonderland every fall. This year is the 25th anniversary of Halloween Horror Nights, and it’s filled with iconic scenes from horror history that make the guests victims in their personal horror movies. Here’s how they build their elaborate horror…
Insidious is back! Did you miss Insidious? Of course not. But it's back and it's full of new ghosts and old ghosts and allegedly tells the origin story of the creepy Darth Maul ghost.
Would you watch a scifi movie made by the Saw and Insidious co-creator? In a Hollywood Reporter interview, Leigh Whannell (set to make his directorial debut in 2015 with Insidious: Chapter 3) said: "If I had to pick one genre next, I'd love to make a scifi film. I grew up in the '80s, going to the video store and…
I loved Insidious, loved it. The second movie not so much, but thankfully Insidious 3 looks like more original Insidious. That means hold on to your fucking hats—JUMP SCARES ARE COMING.
We're pretty sick of supernatural medical dramas, but the new show that NBC just gave a green light sounds pretty different. In Maidenhead, a scientist goes to a Connecticut suburb to examine a teen girl, only to find that demonic influence is an epidemic spreading like wildfire.
The only thing people really want to know about the sequel to James Wan's Insidious is whether it's as scary as the first movie. Insidious brought the scary, brought the horror and didn't give a shit about being cheesy, wacky and just a little bit insane. While Insidious 2 is made in the spirit of the first, it…
This fall is just packed with movie goodness. A lot of the year's most ambitious films are coming out in the next four months. Including huge space epics, massive franchise pictures... and Marvel's first post-Avengers movie without Iron Man in it. Here's our prognosis for 20 upcoming science fiction and fantasy movies.
The Conjuring, out today, isn't just a strong contender for scariest movie of the year — it's also a surprisingly sweet, even dorky story about a husband-and-wife team of paranormal investigators, and how their love saves them. It's a great antidote to your standard dehumanizing horror movie.
James Wan is a legend of horror film-making, with movies like Saw, Insidious and Dead Silence under his belt. And The Conjuring, which comes out Friday, might be his scariest film yet. We talked to Wan about how to make a really scary movie, and why his movies are the opposite of "found footage" horror.
Today sees the release of White House Down, which is the most Emmerichian film ever produced. But meanwhile, you could also enjoy Europa Report on VOD or Byzantium in select theaters. Tons of low-budget science fiction and fantasy movies are more exciting than your average big summer blockbuster. Here are 25 of them.
Of all the random bits in Man of Steel, one of the randomest was the scene where Supes asks a man of the cloth what a man of the cape should do. In fact, the "Ask a Priest" scene is a staple of science fiction and fantasy. Here are our favorite moments where someone consults a priest, and gets some mostly nonsensical…
James Wan revitalized horror with Insidious, and now he's back with the 1970s period piece The Conjuring, which is allegedly based on a true story. We saw some footage from The Conjuring at Wondercon just now, and our hair is still standing up. Seriously. Spoilers ahead...
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…
What is the scariest science fiction or fantasy film of all time? Which classic horror movies stand above the rest, as the most terrifying?
We've already admitted that James Wan's Insidious scared the shit out of us. And to be sure, this is a triple-threat of a horror flick. But how many threats do you need?
What's really frightening about Insidious was how little it cost to make this rather large film, only $800,000. How can you make a movie this scary on such a tiny budget? We asked, and the Insidious crew answered.
Every year, at least one movie comes out of Austin's South by Southwest film festival on its way to megahit status. Which of this year's fantastical science fiction and fantasy films at SXSW will hit the big time this year?
Two suburban parents and their children are traumatized by an evil spiritual force in the new trailer for indie horror flick Insidious. It's got all the makings of a classic scare flick: creepy know-it-all old ladies, evil baby monitors, Darth Maul demons, and even creepier kids.