Category Archives: News

TV Review: Mike Flanagan’s The Haunting of Hill House Screams of Stephen King

The Pitch: Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House is one of the few horror stories that’s held in the same regard as A Farewell to Arms, The Catcher in the Rye, or even The Great Gatsby. Since its 1959 publication, the gothic novel has influenced heavyweights such as Master of Horror Stephen King and

André 3000 and Robert Pattinson get sucked into a black hole in first trailer for High Life: Watch

One of our favorite films out of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival was Claire Denis’ surreal sci-fi stunner, High Life. Starring Robert Pattinson, who’s on an impeccable run of indie darlings (see: Good Time, The Lost City of Z, and Damsel), the film follows a bunch of convicts enlisting in an experimental voyage that

Korn singer Jonathan Davis’ wife Deven died from accidental overdose of multiple drugs

Nearly two months after the tragic death of Korn singer Jonathan Davis wife Deven, TMZ reports that she died from an accidental overdose of a lethal combination of drugs, including heroin and cocaine. Deven passed away at the age of 39 on August 17th, the same day Jonathan had filed a restraining order against her

Kurt Vile offers a folksy cover of Tom Petty’s “Learning To Fly”: Watch

Kurt Vile’s teased a number of cuts from his upcoming Bottle It In, from “One Trick Ponies” to “Loading Zones” to “Bassackwards”. Now, just two days out from the album’s release, he’s sharing a non-album cut with a cover of Tom Petty‘s 1991 single “Learning To Fly”. Vile performed his folksy take on the number on SiriusXM, where

Selena Gomez receiving treatment after suffering emotional breakdown: Report

Selena Gomez is receiving treatment at a mental health facility after suffering what TMZ describes as a “emotional breakdown.” The 26-year-old singer, who suffers from lupus, underwent a kidney transplant in 2017. TMZ reports that Gomez returned to the hospital twice in the last month due to a low white blood cell count, which is a

Zombie godfather George A. Romero left behind unused scripts and a forgotten movie

George A. Romero, Everett Collection Fifty years ago, director George A. Romero created the zombie genre with his terrifying debut, Night of the Living Dead, tipping off an essential career that gave us genre classics like Marvin, Dawn of the Dead, The Crazies, and Creepshow. Last year, however, he tragically passed away, but he may have

The 10 Scariest Children’s Movies of All Time

Earlier this month, we shared our 100 Scariest Movies of All Time feature. I referred to them as “the movies that terrify us in a way that we never quite get over.” That sounds almost like signing up for psychological damage, doesn’t it? It’s a bit hyperbolic, for sure. But like the final girls, survivors, and