Masks, shirts, figurines, vinyl, and more to keep things creepy under the tree.
What do we know of the world and the universe about us except that this terrifying T-shirt is terrific?
A thorough study of the author’s 68 novels, novellas, and short stories.
A century later, startling new horror has risen from the bigoted author’s corpse.
Misha Green’s enthralling new series is a terrifying adventure fueled by commentary.
The cast and head writer also participate in a Comic-Con@Home panel and shared a full scene from the show.
Things fall apart.
Set in the Jim Crow south, the fantasy horror series is based on a book by Matt Ruff.
Nicolas Cage goes a little too Nicolas Cage for this strange trip.
Director Richard Stanley’s first film since being fired from The Island of Dr. Moreau in 1996.
Richard Stanley’s long-awaited project goes into production next month.
Get Out director will adapt Lovecraft Country, a novel about the terrors of life in Jim Crow America.