Blumhouse’s latest success is a tightly wound thriller about the traumas of high school.
The female-led blockbuster, released in 1996, become a cult classic that has inspired a generation of horror fans.
The feature-film debut of the Upgrade star is a moving portrait of a marginalized slice of America.
A gang of rowdy small-town teens are menaced by a mysterious stranger in this Blumhouse production.
The sequel muffles its slasher instincts to become an unexpectedly charming sci-fi dramedy.
Screenwriter Scott Teems apparently has the unenviable task of finding another story.
The Master of Horror dusted off his throne in 2018 and terrified millions.
The old girl scout may come through again.
The sequel to the surprise 2017 hit is on its way for more Groundhog Day-esque mayhem.
“We have a president who calls the press the enemy of the people.”
Michael Myers is now also the highest grossing horror icon.
Blockbuster receipts be damned, this return to Haddonfield is a major letdown.