scary movies

In a HuffPost interview, producers discuss the film's real villain -- that nail on the stairs -- and tease a sequel.
More from ScreenCraft: The Chase offers an adrenaline rush that many audience members crave. That’s why they go to horror
A psychological horror thriller you'll want to watch through your fingers.
Suspenseful scenes hold our attention -- and stick in our minds.
Instead of being just a flat rip-off of current trends, this first film from writer/producer Nelson Greaves is surprisingly inventive, eerie, and fresh -- even throwing in some Final Destination-style gore for folks who need that kind of roughage in their horror diets.
From bloody revenge in Virginia to Australia's spookiest bedtime monster, these nightmares of the silver screen will haunt
Dracula Untold is an intense love story that changes everything we know about the world's most famous vampire.
Hotels inspire the horrific and macabre, and with Halloween almost upon us it's time to celebrate haunted rooms, menacing presences, poltergeists, and even the occasional Log Lady lurking in the lobby.
The way I see it, the world is an intensely scary place right now. You can keep your American Horror Story gets-ups and your bloody severed corpses -- I have enough drama in my life. I just want to pour myself a glass of some oddly colored punch, binge on Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, and stare at some pecs and ass.
Where I'm from, Halloween means cool nights, brilliant foliage and crisp apples, but everywhere it means scary movies. Lately, I've been thinking about my scariest viewing experiences.
The first teaser trailer for the third installment of the "Insidious" series has arrived, and the newest journey into the
"The Orphanage" This 1962 cult horror film -- not the 1988 Wes Craven-produced remake -- is said to have been the inspiration
Thursday, Oct. 23 "Ghouls" at 8:30 a.m. ET on Syfy “Friday the 13th” Marathon: "Friday the 13th," "Friday the 13th Part II