Horror films are often snubbed at the Oscars but there are a handful of horror films you may not realize have won Academy Awards
Alien is a classic horror-sci-fi film. It features intense special effects and a brilliant script. Here are ten things you probably didn’t know about Alien.
Tobe Hooper’s horror-grindhouse film Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a brutal film. Here are Things you probably didn’t know about The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Identity is a 2003 horror film directed by James Mangold and scripted by Michael Cooney. It boasts a great cast of characters and a clever twist.
Curtains is a 1983 Canuxploitation film directed by Richard Ciupka. It boasts great cinematography, heavy atmosphere, an unsettling tone and a unique killer
Sleepaway Camp is a 1983 horror film written and directed by Robert Hiltzik and starring Felissa Rose. It has lots of gore and extra so bad it’s good appeal
Happy Birthday to Me is a 1981 giallo-esque slasher film directed by J Lee Thompson. It features creative kill scenes and a surprisingly well written script
Bloody Birthday is an often overlooked 1981 slasher film with plenty of so bad it’s good appeal. It will be a delight for any fan of low-budget 80s slashers
Five horror films you might not have seen but should. From older titles to indie to foreign films, this guide will show you what to look out for.