We never know everything that goes on that night in horror-noir ‘Among the Living’. This film is no affirmative vision of a small town in the American South.
Lee Haven Jones on his debut horror film ‘The Feast’, which is influenced by the ancient Welsh Mabinogion literature of chilling folk tales, legends, and myths.
The Imagination of Disaster 2.0: Revisiting Susan Sontag in the Age of the Pandemic Horror Narrative
Considering Susan Sontag’s “The Imagination of Disaster” and modern apocalyptic narratives, are sci-fi and horror still “inadequate responses” to our world?
Directors Justin Powell and David Charbonier Take Their Fate in Their Hands with Horror Film ‘The Djinn’
Justin Powell and David Charbonier talk with PopMatters about going to a scary place for their latest horror film, The Djinn.
The four haunting tales of Masaki Kobayashi's Kwaidan are human and relatable, as well as impressive at a formal and a technical level.
From horrific diseases and infections to amputations -- and the most unusual transmutations -- here are 10 body horror fright flicks that get the biology unbound disturbingly right.
David Lynch's Mulholland Drive unfolds in a series of desires, warnings, and deals that are often made under duress by unseen malevolent forces, or motivated by darkness within.