Forget haunted houses and suburban graveyards–if you want true terror you’ve got to mine deep into the unknown, into the wilderness at the edges of our world.
Movies that bend your mind into a pretzel.
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.
The Ghost Diaries spells out its beliefs regarding alien civilizations, faith in artificial intelligence, disdain for Alex Jones, and the true face of the New World Order.
Virtual reality environments, Google Glass found footage, and live action RPGs of the future!
You may rethink your daughter's birthday present after seeing these pictures.
Recent time travel movies: do they stack up to the classics?
Review of the first movie ever directed by artificial intelligence, a horror film about a zombie uprising during the Singularity.
Take a look at the gloriously macabre, meticulously crafted death photographs from the Victorian era, when the cost of photography meant families only had one portrait of a family member: the post mortem one.
New baffling and conspiratorial discoveries in the macabre case of Elisa Lam. No foul play, no drugs....and a possible connection to a tuberculosis outbreak.
The Ghost Diaries lists the absolute best trashy horror movies currently available to stream on Netflix.
The Japanese call it pok-kuri. Filipinos call it bangungot or batibat. For the Hmong people of Vietnam and Laos, it is the tsob tsuang. Taiwanese men, some of whom wear lipstick to bed in order to deceive nocturnal ghosts, claim it is the phi am or ‘widow ghost’, a malevolent spirit who, much like Freddy Krueger, steals away the souls of young men in their sleep. All these names refer to the same thing: Nightmare Death Syndrome.
List of the greatest horror films ever made by filmmaker and film critic Jamie Naqvi.
In ancient times, it was believed that chosen prophets could communicate with spirits of the dead by means of ventriloquism. By producing sounds with the stomach (rather than by mouth), these prophets would utter words without moving their lips, and onlookers believed the sounds came from the spirits in the prophets’ stomachs. Hence the name "ventriloquist", which literally means "belly speaker" in Latin.
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.