Most slasher fans have seen Hatchet, Adam Green’s 2006 sleeper about a swamp-dwelling maniac who hacks his way though a group of tourists. The cult hit spawned two lesser-known sequels, but a surprise fourth Hatchet film—titled Victor Crowley after its hulking antihero—looks awfully promising.
A serial killer, dressed ghoulishly as Santa Claus, has been vanquished—but someone needs to land one final blow to make sure he’s in the grave for good. Anyone who’s seen a slasher movie will know who should swing that bat, but Nicholas Payne Santos’ Holiday Fear has a wickedly fun time getting there.
This is the time of year for reflection, for asking the big important questions. Like, which B-movie exploitation riff on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is better: Jacqueline Hyde or Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde?
Yes, you read that right: a grocery cart, sick of being abused by humans, comes to life in the horror-comedy short film Killer Kart. And it wastes no times taking its wobbly-wheeled revenge on the grocery store's closing staff.
In a town where there are no Slayers and no Winchesters coming to the rescue, Luke and Carl end up responding to every call about monsters, ghosts, and magic. But for these two, there's something even more terrifying than the slimy creatures of the night.
While we're super optimistic about the idea behind Ryan Murphy's new female-lead, Fox horror comedy series, Scream Queens, someone needs to tell Murphy about Buffy (and Evil Dead and A-Haunting We Will Go and Beetlejuice and Cabin in the Woods).
We caught up with Bruce Campbell, the living legend, at Wondercon, and he told us the secret of making an awesome movie, in any genre. He also explained why he thinks horror comedy is making a comeback.
Though there are many great wizard battles in cinema, only one stands out in my mind as embodying everything that wizarding represents. I'm speaking of the great, bizarre battle between the good and evil wizards (Vincent Price and Boris Karloff, respectively) in Roger Corman's 1963 classic The Raven. It's funny and…
Chances are, Joseph Kahn directed one of your favorite music videos: He's worked with U2, Britney, Eminem and Lady Gaga. He's just finished shooting a time-traveling horror comedy called Detention, and he gave us the inside scoop and exclusive photos.
No, that's not a real monster chasing the woman in the nightgown. It's a guy in a monster suit. Who's trying to scare her to death. So her corpse can be offered up in a cannibalistic Saturnalia ritual. Wait, what?
The same things that terrify us can also make us die laughing, and as long as there's been horror, there's been silly horror-comedy. Check out our history of the silliest horror movies of all time.
The new "red band" trailer for Transylmania reveals the true depths to which horror comedy will sink. It's sub-Scary Movie hijinks, complete with sexy hunchbacks, the "Codex Eroticon," bad vampire-slayer humor, laptop-penis mangling, and... synchronized swimming? The horror! It's maybe-NSFW.