What is the scariest science fiction or fantasy film of all time? Which classic horror movies stand above the rest, as the most terrifying?
It's the week where children hope for bearded intruders bearing sacks, and millions also a week where television gets a bit... lazy. Don't say you weren't warned. Luckily, there's new Doctor Who to make everything better.
It's about time we caught a new glimpse of the cave monster people. In four clips from the sequel to The Descent, we get to see how our pasty human-eating friends have grown — and they've gotten a lot louder.
Who's ready to jump back down into the cave with the crawlers? The second movie picks up right where we left off: with a crazy lady running through the woods covered with blood. Check it out for yourself.
The woman-versus-cave-monster movie The Descent now has a sequel. Which appears to have characters from the original venturing back into danger, because well, they had to get them back in there somehow.
It's no secret this summer's list of blockbusters has been a lackluster collection of underachievers. But who's to blame for this debacle? We point a stern finger at the weak collection of villains. Just check out our list of indictments.
Break out your caving gear and skin-tight wiggle suits — the girls are going back into the cave. Well, just one girl really, because all the others are dead... or are they?
A batch of new Descent 2 photos have been dug up, uncovering a face full of sexy crawler monsters and additional girl -on-cave-monster action. Get ready to lower yourself into the cave one more time.
Neil Marshall's Descent 2 promises screen time for his original cast of adventurous women - even though most of them are dead. Empire Magazine reports that all of the original's spelunking women will return, in flashbacks or other scenes. And there's a new, spoiler-filled synopsis of Marshall's scary cave-exploring…
It's another installment of Entropist, a scifi culture column by futurist design maven Geoff Manaugh, author of BLDG BLOG. You stumble on a cave in the mountains of Slovenia. Rumor has it this place inspired Dante's descriptions of Hell in his Divine Comedy. Called the Postojna Jama, it's a real cave. Let's say, then,…