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‘Starry Eyes’ Duo To Direct New Version Of Stephen King’s ‘Pet...

Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch, the writing and directing team behind the 2014 hit horror Starry Eyes, have been hired to bring a new version of...

Alex Essoe talks eating bugs & nightmare neighbours

Alex Essoe is one of our favourite acting folks around at the moment. Her turn in Starry Eyes as an actress desperate to succeed is hypnotic...

21 of the Greatest Horror Films of the 21st Century

It's October, the scariest month of the year, making it the perfect time to celebrate the world of the horror genre. Easily one of,...

Holidays Interview: Directors Adam Egypt Mortimer, Dennis Widmyer, Kevin Kölsch and...

We caught up with directors Adam Egypt Mortimer, Dennis Widmyer, Kevin Kölsch and Sarah Adina Smith whilst at Tribeca to talk all things Holidays,...

Tribeca ’16: Holidays Review

Holidays review: Screening at Tribeca Film Festival as part of the Midnight programme we review new horror anthology Holidays. Ever since V/H/S snuck its way onto the...

First Clip from Horror Anthology ‘Holidays’ Lands just in time for...

As it's Valentine's Day today we thought that it would be the perfect time to share this brand new clip from forthcoming horror anthology Holidays....

Have the Directors of ‘Mama 2’ Been Found?

Starring Jessica Chastain and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Mama told the tale of two young sisters whom, after surviving alone in the woods for several years, are taken in...

The Ultimate Halloween Movie Marathon: What to watch on the big...

Presenting our Ultimate Halloween Movie Marathon guide: The best way to spend the day... The clocks have gone back and that points to one thing,...

THN talk female killers with the cast and crew of Some...

It's hard to believe that it has already been almost two weeks since Leicester Square was overrun with horror fans from every corner of...

‘It Follows’ and the other horror genre defining films you missed...

It Follows hits the DVD and Blu Ray shelves of the shops this week; if you missed it at the cinemas, you missed out...