The Lodge movie review: Riley Keough turns up the heat in icy psychological horror from makers of Goodnight Mommy
Full marks to The Lodge directors for swimming against the tide of contemporary horror movies stuck on old gimmicks.
The Invisible Man movie review: Elisabeth Moss brings the chills in a showcase of the unseen horrors of domestic violence
The Invisible Man works because its message is timely, its scares legitimate, and its truth undeniable.
Where Aster’s Hereditary used the American horror playbook to tell a story of trauma and grief, his follow-up Midsommar steps outside those aesthetic constraints while zeroing in on similar ideas.
Ready or Not is the second joint directorial venture by Devil's Due makers Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett
For more than one hour of this 90-minute film, there are — simply put — zero scares in Bhoot Chaturdashi.
Taapsee Pannu to reunite with Manmarziyaan director Anurag Kashyap for yet-untitled supernatural thriller
After Manmarziyaan and Saand Ki Aankh, Taapsee Pannu and Anurag Kashyap will collaborate for a supernatural thriller.
An incredibly ungainly lead pairing, Fakhri and Joshi have more chemistry with the tattered talking doll than they have with each other in Amavas.
The Nun, a spinoff of a character seen in The Conjuring 2 and set in 1952 Romania, cost only $22 million to produce.
Evil Dead director Fede Álvarez teases 'possibility' of sequel to 2013 reboot if Uruguay win FIFA World Cup 2018
Uruguayan director Fede Alvarez believes there is a 'possibility' that he may come up with a sequel to his Evil Dead reboot.
Hereditary: Horror film hailed as scariest in years leaves Twitterati sleepless and 'disturbed on a cellular level'
Some of Ari Aster's filmmaking peers from Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Baby Driver), Barry Jenkins (Moonlight) and the Safdie brothers (Good Time) took to Twitter to express just how terrified Hereditary left them.
Horror films not only make us psychologically engage with our deepest fears but they also help us process our repressed emotions.
Hereditary review round-up: Toni Collette is 'hypnotic' in 2018's most 'unsettling, unpredictable' horror movie
Time Out described Hereditary as a “new generation’s The Exorcist” while The New Yorker said it is "far more upsetting than it is frightening and is not recommended to the readily traumatised."
Hereditary, Ari Aster horror film touted as this generation's The Exorcist, to release in India on 22 June
Hereditary tells a harrowing story of a family tragedy that veers into the realm of the supernatural — the Graham family starts to unravel following the death of their reclusive grandmother.
The VVitch movie review: Robert Eggers' film is a true modern horror classic that deserves immediate viewing
The VVitch is a rare film that establishes an inescapable mood that sticks with you. By the time it ends, you’ll feel like you just watched something you were probably forbidden from doing so.
Pari director Prosit Roy chats with Firstpost about his favourite horror films, Bollywood's content crisis, and the experience of working with Anushka Sharma and Clean Slate Films
A look at the decade’s most Oscar-worthy horror films (apart from Get Out) — from The Babadook to Raw
Here’s a look at some of the best horror films from the last decade that illustrate the genre’s potential.
Oscars 2018: Jordan Peele's Get Out not only legitimises the horror genre but shows way forward for future filmmakers
Nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, Get Out illustrates the way forward for horror filmmakers who want to fight the stigma associated with the genre.
Pari trailer: Anushka Sharma starrer strikes balance between nail-biting horror and intriguing thriller
The trailer of Pari builds up on the teasers that have been serving as constant nightmares for horror film buffs during a long cold night.
In The Final Exit, Kunaal Roy Kapur sees ghosts. What he fails to realise is that those are just the disturbed souls of his past characters haunting him.
In an interview with Firstpost, Huma Qureshi and Saqib Saleem talk about Dobaara: See Your Evil, and why it's different from the horror films Bollywod has churned out so far