In Alejandro Hidalgo’s ‘The House at the End of Time,’ even time travel won’t let you escape national and intergenerational trauma.
Long before his work on ‘Avatar’ or ‘Titanic,’ James Horner was a film composer who honed his craft in low-budget horror films.
Hanna-Barbera introduced the Universal Monsters to a new generation of female horror fans with 1988’s ‘Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School.’
Columnist Molly Henery tackles cult classic ‘Jennifer’s Body,’ a movie that makes literal the notion that hell is a teenage girl.
Paul Doro digs into Russell Mulcahy’s ‘Resurrection,’ a movie that deserves to be remembered as the best of the ‘Se7en’ successors.
Critic Alex Hall explains how found footage films like ‘The Taking of Deborah Logan’ help preserve queer identities onscreen.