Horror film

“Get Out” provided a new template for horror, but now the genre seems poised to go beyond the usual metaphors around race.
Can't decide which spooky oddity to watch? We've got 30 suggestions to get you through October.
Oh, right. Because she's a woman. Case in point: "The Invisible Man."
Director Sophia Takal "wanted to make a movie where instead of feeling objectified or watched from a distance, the audience felt seen."
Mental health experts explain why those with anxiety may find comfort in scary movies.
The writer-director behind horror hits "Us" and "Get Out" is being recognized for shining "a light on stories of important social relevance."
Director Ari Aster follows up his debut smash, "Hereditary," with a very different horror movie. This time, things go bump in the light.
The adaptation of the beloved children's horror series puts the scare in Scarecrow.
The picture of Trump's eldest daughter and her husband at Buckingham Palace was compared to scenes from horror films and nightmares.