Randall Colburn kicks off his monthly horror column with last year’s greatest scare.
Four friends return to Shermer, Illinois, to re-create film’s most iconic sick day.
A tribute to an album that makes me believe some summers can truly last forever.
Some rabbit holes shouldn’t be ventured down twice.
The Master of Horror will produce, but they still need a filmmaker.
Ellen Ripley is in (another) sticky situation.
The 1967 cartoon, not Kipling’s stories, provide the bare necessities of this reboot.
On the 22nd anniversary of Cobain’s death, Michael Roffman meditates on suicide.
Golden boy Roy Hobbs meets a far different fate on the silver screen.
Our resident 56-year-old guest reporter, Gunther Guthrie, has a hot take.
Wake up, Indy! You’re our best friend! We love you!
No tryouts, no replacement singers, just smile and wave buh-bye…
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