Maggie Stankiewicz makes the case for Stephen Carpenter’s much-maligned ‘Soul Survivors’ as a modern horror classic on guilt—and acceptance.
R.C Jara explains how Tyler MacIntyre’s ‘Tragedy Girls’ blows up some of our favorite slasher tropes in service of Generation Z.
In the latest entry of her Uterus Horror series, Molly Henery explores the coming-of-age elements in Robert Eggers’s ‘The Witch.’
Film critic Wally Adams explains how the Ramsay Brothers helped Bollywood find its appetite for horror in ‘Bandh Darwaza.’
Matt Donato turns back the clock to visit Disney’s ‘Halloweentown,’ a witchy coming-of-age story with a timeless message of acceptance.
Erin McGurk explores ‘My Super Psycho Sweet 16,’ MTV’s horror experiment that rose above its influences to become a worthwhile slasher.