Looking to gear up for Halloween with a few horror flicks? Take a look at a few that won't cost you anything to watch.
We've gone through the massive library of movies based on the work of Stephen King and narrowed it down to the best.
As these documentaries show, sometimes the fandom around something makes it more than the sum of its parts.
Read or die, make your choice. Here are all the Saw films ranked in order from worst to best.
Anime films can offer experiences that live-action films fail to deliver. Here are some of the most emotionally satisfying anime films that prove anime films can be great.
Rob Zombie's beloved psychopaths are back in action after 14 years off the silver screen. But it doesn't quite live up to the wait.
IT: Chapter 2 fights an uphill battle as the remake of a beloved classic, a sequel to a fantastic film, and a reimagining of a beloved book.
An R-rated Mortal Kombat movie could be exactly what we've been waiting for all these years!
Sometimes school is horrifying. Here are the best horror movies that involve school and terrified students.
Feeling overwhelmed by all the options for TV shows and movies on Netflix? Here's how to pick and choose properly.
These films prove that a horror movie doesn't need to be slathered in blood to be scary.
This mystery war horror film has great aesthetic and nail-biting action, but left me with mixed feelings.
Many live-action remakes don't deserve to exist. Here are some that we wish we could erase from history.
"Don't you ever laugh as the hearse goes by, For you may be the next one to die."
Too much hype can put a damper on anyone's experience. Unfortunately, it's hard to get around the excitement.
While not a movie that'll go down in history for its stellar plot or realism, Hobs and Shaw is super entertaining for what it is.
If it's big, flies on two wings, and breathes fire, I'm interested. Here are the best dragon movies for fantasy fans.
Sometimes the scariest thing you can think of lives in the room next door.
Who deserves more credit for a film, the writer or the director? For that, we need to understand each one's role in the final product.
Despite being a huge, long-time fan of the franchise, I'm just not excited for "The Rise of Skywalker."