Psychological horror film Detention, adapted from a video game, is an allegory about Taiwan's period of martial law from 1949 to 1987.
Cinema’s creepiest genre has yielded its fair share of riches in 2019, from the box office dynamite of Stephen King’s killer clown through to the gore-soaked determination of Samara Weaving’s bride in Ready or Not . This year has yielded ghost stories, animal attacks and even a possessed dress, in one of the most varied, diverse horror periods in many years. Here are the best scary offerings from 2019, based on UK release dates. Read more: Most incredible actor transformations of 2019 Best horror films of 2018 What happens to your brain when you watch a horror film?
As a film that explores the lives of two very different characters who are inexplicably drawn into each other's orbit, Danny and Abra (Kyliegh Curran), the movie shines.
Leigh Whannell has created a new take on 'The Invisible Man', in which Elisabeth Moss plays a survivor of abuse battling the spectre of her ex.
Twin writers Chad and Carey Hayes are set to explore the world of notorious 19th century slave murderer Madame Delphine LaLaurie and her haunted house.
Stephen King has made no secret of his dislike for 'The Shining' since it was released in 1980. But what's behind the author's disdain?
Stephen King famously hated the movie of 'The Shining'. but he's apparently on board with 'Doctor Sleep'.
Rebecca Ferguson plays the villainous Rose the Hat in 'Doctor Sleep', which is based on Stephen King's sequel novel to 'The Shining'.
The director of 'Hellboy' says it was wrong for Martin Scorsese to 'segregate' comic book movies away from the rest of cinema.
“There was a scene that actually didn't make the movie that I was really, really excited about, mainly because it was just so violent I couldn't believe that we were doing it,” Sutherland says.
From soaring temperatures to real blood and an art director hunting down roadkill, it's fair to say 'The Texas Chain Saw Massacre' was no everyday shoot.
Samara Weaving's portrayal of a bride in the midst of a deadly game has attracted rave reviews and big box office in the USA.
The Aussie star talks about her blood-soaked wedding night movie 'Ready Or Not' and her first time as a horror movie leading lady.
The iconic Pennywise, the most recognisable scary clown in pop culture, returns in It: Chapter Two to terrorise the same children, albeit now grown up, that it haunted in It. While there's no doubting the legacy of fear that the creature has left behind, the movie feels far too long to be an effective horror movie. The film is set 27 years after the events of 2017's It, when a group of children defeated an unspeakable horror that took the form of a frightening clown.