- Esquire Magazine offers up a comprehensive top 50 horror movies of all time
- Fallout 4 becomes Silent Hill-esque nightmare with new mod
- Bloody Disgusting’s Luiz H.C. asks “Can horror movies go too far?”
- Film school rejects analyses Alien: Covenant in the context of the very nature of horror
- Jennifer M Wood of Mental Floss imparts twenty nuggets of wisdom from John Carpenter
We see top tens and top fifties all the time, but often they’re poorly researched and only feature fads of recent days. Not so with Equire’s top fifty horror movies countdown, which harks back to sixties classics, as well as including those more recent movies that are sure to scare the hell out of you.
Kotaku features a new mod for the PC version of Fallout 4 which transforms the post-apocalyptic adventure into an experience driven by pure dread, in the mould of Silent Hill.
It’s a question that those within and without the genre ask time and again: “Can horror movies go too far?” Luiz H. C. of Bloody Disgusting digs deep into the horror universe to come up with an answer.
Film School Rejects’ Jake Orthwein takes a look at just how horror is implanted into the DNA of the latest Alien and comes up with a generous dose of dread.
Mental Floss’ Jennifer M Wood offers up twenty quotes from horror legend John Carpenter.
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