George Romero casts aspersions on the most popular zombie franchise in television history. Is he justified?
One of the freshest directors working in horror movies these days is Ti West. His movies are unique in that he cherishes suspense almost as much as a pay-off. It’s refreshing to see a filmmaker take pride in fear-making and not just the amount of blood that can feasibly be made to spill across the screen.
Halloween Season is upon us. Now is the perfect time to turn the lights off in the living room, warm up some popcorn and watch something that chills us to our very core, or something that indulges our inner-macabre. Everyone loves to be scared.
Ghost Diaries regular Billy Russell lists his 6 favorite horror movie adaptations...
The Ghost Diaries were huge fans of the first Insidious film but, unfortunately, last night we discovered that for the sequel the filmmakers decided to take some kind of dissociative psychedelic drug while writing the script.
You're Next has shocking moments, some real laughs, good acting and an air of fun surrounding the production and filming. It is also too derivative and silly and predictable in parts.
Super Zero follows 19-year-old engineering prodigy Josh Hershberg, an overweight, introverted and terminally ill gamer kid who has given up hope that he matters to the world. As Josh contemplates what future, if any, is worth looking forward to, a zombie apocalypse breaks out and quickly ravages the planet.
Virtual reality environments, Google Glass found footage, and live action RPGs of the future!
The Ghost Diaries lists the absolute best trashy horror movies currently available to stream on Netflix.
List of the greatest horror films ever made by filmmaker and film critic Jamie Naqvi.
Review of summer blockbuster World War Z, which is really more about preparing us for martial law than it is zombies.
Movie Review of George E. Romero's Classic Vampire Film
Review of the found footage horror anthology that may just tap right into the zeitgeist of the surveillance age.
There's something both haunting and mesmerizing about the prospect of the 7 billion member human race consuming itself because of a virus or supernatural hex. Behold: the top zombie movies of all time!
The premise in the Purge is a pretty original one that allows for a million original plots to arise, so it’s a shame that the plot the filmmakers settled for was a standard home invasion one.
The best zombie movies of all time.
George C. Scott stars in this underrated horror masterpiece that inspired Poltergeist, The Sixth Sense, and Insidious.
The 2012 horror movie The Citadel has an expertly handled first half that manipulates the audience to watch them squirm and scream.