As the "Final Destination" movies come to Netflix, we look at some of the gnarliest ways the movies bumped off the death-cheating teens.
Newsweek's culture writers pick the essential horror movies that you have to see this October. Just remember: "To avoid fainting, keep repeating: 'It's only a movie, only a movie, only a movie...'"
If you're not a fan of traditional slashers and horror movies, you might enjoy these alternatives (that are still seriously spooky).
The 1990s brought with it Tamagotchis, fanny packs and "Friends" - but it also gave us some of the best horror movies to enjoy this Halloween.
Halloween is fast approaching and what better way to celebrate spooky season than with a slew of Korean horror films to send a chill down your spine?
Halloween is nearly upon us, and there are plenty of horror films for people of all ages out there who want to get into the spooky spirit.
Fans were universal in their praise of the spoof, with one even urging Netflix to turn the idea into a show.
Horror movies have had a vintage year, with berserk blockbusters sharing screens with strange and terrifying indies. Here's where to watch the year's best scares this spooky season.
The doll brand recreated a scene in cult classic "Jennifer's Body" where Fox's character burns her tongue with a lighter.
"Halloween Kills" is the second in the new trilogy of Halloween movies, with Jamie Lee Curtis starring as Laurie Strode fighting Michael Myers once more.
The second season of "Welcome To The Blumhouse" includes some shocking surprises, but the ending of "The Manor," starring Barbara Hershey, is one for the ages.
It was not until after the home was theirs, that the Maryland couple discovered their new home was the inspiration behind "The Exorcist"
Halloween is nearly upon us, making it a great time to stay in and terrify yourself with some spooky selections that you can watch this October without paying a penny.
Calling all horror fans, you can now get paid $1,300 to watch 13 Stephen King classics including It and Carrie.
Calling horror fans: a documentary streaming service is offering $100 an hour for a Halloween binge-watch challenge.
The 14-room farmhouse, dating back to the 19th century, inspired the supernatural events depicted in 2013 horror film 'The Conjuring.'
There are 13 films to watch, including "The Blair Witch Project," "Get Out," "Paranormal Activity" and "Saw."
From cinematic classics to modern masterpieces, this is the ultimate list of the most critically acclaimed horror movies ever made.
In his final regular column, opinion writer Frank Bruni said he regretted contributed to the vitriolic tone of the country's political commentary.
For those looking to get their blood pumping and heart rates up, here are five novels being turned into films in 2021 sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
"We all left the theater shaken," one commenter who claimed to have seen the movie with several college friends when it first came out wrote.
A list of films where the gags and parodies didn't quite pay off, according to reviewers.
Horror films are notoriously hard to crack. Here's a roundup of the worst remakes and low-budget flicks offering cheesy thrills, according to reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.
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.