Results for: horror+genre

'The Golden Era' scoops top prize at Hong Kong Film Awards

No problemo! Schwarzenegger takes first dramatic role in 'Maggie'

Halloween attractions asking guests to take part

Analysis: A volatile summer for Hollywood

Elijah Wood as executive producer.

Resurgent indie-film biz on show at Sundance Festival

CANNES WATCH: 'It Follows' scares up buzz

John Travolta and Ethan Hawke to co-star in Western revenge movie

VENICE WATCH: Ashley Greene goes zombie

Why do so many foreign directors win Oscars?

Why do so many foreign directors win Oscars?

London exhibit charts chilling allure of gothic

'Silent Hills' reveals its house of horrors in TGS trailer

Nowhere to hide for this horror film

Keanu Reeves returns to the dark side in 'John Wick'

Fox TV to air horror anthology 'Scream Queens' from 'Glee' creator

Review: King returns to true horror in 'Revival'

Karen Pirie is on the case in 'The Skeleton Road'

Q&A: Antonio Banderas and his taste for variety

British series 'Black Mirror' could get a US adaptation

'Ex-Machina,' 'It Follows' breathe life into stale genres

Rare Tennessee Williams story published for first time

Review: 'Warm Bodies' could use more heat

Review: 'War Witch' is a genre benchmark

How ‘The Conjuring,' ‘We're the Millers' became New Line's unlikely...

Review: Latest 'Paranormal' brings new angles

Decrypting Kubrick: Toronto film decodes 'Shining'

Screams and scares as horror festival FrightFest gets under way

Sony wooing Japanese to PS4 with Dragon Quest

'Ouija' spells out win on U.S., Canada movie charts

High profile stars fill out Neuchatel Film Fest program

Horror legend Christopher Lee releases metal album, aged 92

'It' to return in two-part reboot

Musical theater workshop becomes a Broadway engine

Marilyn Manson still bleak, but now has the blues

Cast of teen horror film "It Follows" talk about on-set experience

Review: A teenage girl's nightmare realized in 'It Follows'

Remake of the 1981 film Evil Dead plays at SXSW

British horror author James Herbert dies at 69

Horror films equal happiness for actor Elijah Wood

Box Office: More misfires as genre films 'Mortal Instruments,' 'You're...

Ten new TV shows not to miss in 2014

Resurgent indie-film biz on show at Sundance Festival

Sex-mad zombie on the rampage in Venice

'Resident Evil' TV spin-off in development

'Gone Girl' retains hold at top of US and Canada box office

LNP backbencher likens climate change to science fiction film plot

Review: 'Quiet Ones' is more creaky than creepy

Tribeca fest features Katie Holmes, Robin Williams

CANNES WATCH: Cotillard's look, 'It Follows' buzz

Gift Guide: Gadgets for avid TV viewers

Review: A tired gimmick weakens thriller 'Project Almanac'

Box Office: 'Cinderella' Reigns With $70.1 million, 'Run All Night' Falls...

Anne Hathaway honored by Costume Designers Guild

Australian horror duo top US box office

Japan's Kurosawa tries to find hope in horror

A Minute With: Daniel Radcliffe on rom-coms and life post-Potter

A Minute With: Guillermo del Toro on going full gore for TV

A Minute With - Guillermo del Toro on going full gore for TV

Trailer: 'The Evil Within' more terrifying than ever

'John Wick' delivers non-stop action

James Wan to return to horror with 'The Conjuring 2'

New computer game targets Iran opposition figures

'Friday the 13th' director developing new TV adaptation

Xavier Gens to helm 'Crucifixion' from 'The Conjuring' screenwriters

Universal dates new M. Night Shyamalan film for fall 2015

Seth Grahame-Smith defines multihyphenate with busy career

Review: Been there, done that in the 'Wedding Ringer'

Elijah Wood Takes on Killer Role

'Mob City' brings Frank Darabont back to series TV

'Lost Generation' novel wins top French literary prize

Wolf Creek sequel welcomed at Venice

Foxtel feels viewer backlash over changes