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Over the past decade, one can argue that the horror genre has been in a state of decline. Spin off after spin off, one remake after the other—it’s all been mostly recycled material. But then a new breed of directors practically saved ...
It's hard to imagine a film scarier than Hereditary. But in his new film, director Ari Aster seems to have created something more horrifying.
Rejoice, masochists. The director of Hereditary's next film, Midsommar,looks to be another genuine, certified, nightmare. For fans of horror, this is great news. For everyone else–maybe avoid movie theaters leading up to July 3 so you don't even have to risk seeing a trailer ...
This clears up a lot of fan speculation.
Although the movie's third act included a lengthy exposition dump where Adelaide's Tethered doppelgänger Red explained most of her companions intentions, there were still a few mysteries left unexplained at the end of Jordan Peele's Us. This was half the fun of ...
The 'Us' director gave lead actor Lupita Nyong'o a required watching list.
The opening weekend for Jordan Peele's Us broke the record for an original horror film, taking $86.95m globally and far surpassing his Oscar-winning debut Get Out.Whether you read the film - in which a family are confronted (and then hunted) by twisted versions ...
We break down the recurring symbol of those cute and terrifying furry animals.
The opening credits to Jordan Peele's Us is a long shot on a row of cages (11, to be exact) containing a majority white rabbits with a few black and brown in the mix. The camera lingers on this shot long enough, accompanied ...
With his follow-up to Get Out, Peele is proving he's becoming our generation's great horror auteur.
There's a lot of talk lately about "elevated horror," a new term to describe a genre that is often critically maligned for its use of the macabre, the grotesque, a shameless penchant for blood and guts and jump-scares. This sort of thing happens to ...
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