Last night's viral tweet sparked a massive conversation about the most shocking movie endings of all time.
Horror movies are not just for Halloween and Netflix is the perfect place to stream a hair-raising scream-fest.
Netflix has a category dedicated to B-horror movies guaranteed to deliver a fix of ironic blood-splattered entertainment. Grab your popcorn.
In one of the most popular videos the prankster convincingly blames the shadowy figure on his cat which appears with perfect timing.
Take a break from endlessly scrolling Netflix—Newsweek has compiled 50 of the best horror films to watch on the platform, according to critics.
Halloween 2020 is nearly here, and to celebrate Newsweek has collected together dozens of list of the best horror films of all time to find the ultimate scary movie.
Halloween is still a few days away, but thousands of horror fans have already been getting in the spooky spirit with movies and series like "The Haunting of Bly Manor," "Lovecraft Country: and "Hubie Halloween."
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Halloween 2020 is a perfect time to stay at home throughout the entire spooky season, making your way through the thousands of horror movies on Amazon Prime Video.
Halloween 2020 will be a time with much less trick and treating, but more chance to burn through all of the horror movies available on Netflix.
Halloween month is upon us, and here's what thrills, chills and creature features Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO Max and more have for us this October.
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"It's an incredibly long time," Hodder says in 'To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story,' now available for streaming on Shudder.
An invisibility suit may be a ways off, but physicists have developed methods that could theoretically produce cloaking technology. We spoke to an expert to learn more and find out how to protect ourselves from fictional evil scientists.
The new "Invisible Man" eschews the horror-action blockbuster approach for an effective and intimate thriller.
Some grownups are still afraid to swim in the ocean because of "Jaws."
The directorial debut of the producer of "The Greasy Strangler," "Come to Daddy" will be a treat for fans of psychotronic films.
A version of the landmark science fiction novella 'Who Goes There?' buried in a Harvard archive for almost sixty years could result in a very different movie from previous adaptations, such as John Carpenter's 1982 horror classic, 'The Thing.'
A new series based on 1988's "Child's Play" and its sequels is coming to Syfy, with Chucky back, slashing his way through the suburbs.
In 'Doctor Sleep' and 'Gerald's Game' director Mike Flanagan drew connections to Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower,' and larger shared universe. With his new Netflix series, he's finally creating a shared universe of his own.
"The Conjuring 3" follows the true story of a murder case in which the killer claimed to have been possessed by a demon, but the involvement of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren leave room for doubt.
Hausner describes how her chilling new movie uses a brain-altering flower to mirror how humans wear masks for the benefit of others.
Halloween 2019 sees some great, scary horror films on TV, including "Get Out," "Halloween," "The Omen" and more.
While initially part medical horror and part haunted house story, Netflix's new horror movie "Eli" takes some wild twists before its end.
Halloween 2019 is fast approaching us, meaning that it is time to put another zombie leg on the fire and settle down for a spot of "Netflix and kill" with 2019's best and bloodiest horror, including 'Us,' 'Crawl,' 'Midsommar' and more.
All your favorite Halloween flicks will air on Freeform throughout the.month of October.
Speaking at a horror convention in New Jersey, Freddy Krueger actor Robert Englund discussed one possible future for the venerable slasher franchise.
"Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark" includes monsters from five different stories from the 1981 book, plus a monster of its own invention.