More than a month later, much remains unclear about what happened in that tragic takeoff on 16 August, a day after the Taliban swept into Kabul
Amazon Prime Video India unveils the motion poster of Chhorii, co-produced by Abundantia Entertainment’s Psych, a vertical focused on the horror and paranormal genre, and the Los Angeles-based Crypt TV.
As Spiral releases on Lionsgate Play, a look back at the choreographed violence of the Saw franchise
Saw brought a sense of choreography to violence, the simple yet ludicrously effective idea that if imagined, pain, and death can have countless different designs, each more sinister, more creative if you like, than the others.
Netflix's Fear Street trilogy is a motley of gore and nostalgia as told through an endearing cast of teenage rebels
The Fear Street trilogy on Netflix eschews the doom-and-gloom sobriety of recent horror successes such as Bird Box and A Quiet Place, or the nihilism of The Purge franchise.
Fear Street Part 3: 1666 movie review — A satisfying twist and sharp commentary cap Netflix's horror trilogy
The final instalment of Leigh Janiak’s adaptation of RL Stine’s popular YA horror series underlines the historical reality of persecuted women
Fear Street Part 2: 1978 movie review — A killer on the loose at a summer camp for teens equals an effective horror romp
Perfect for a not-too-overwhelming-but-spooky-enough night of Netflix bingeing on the couch.
Midsommar is packed with reminders that if a film succeeds in depicting the darkness within vividly, then a sunshine-y environment can make the experience even more unnerving. Because viewers have nowhere to hide.
Fear Street Part 1: 1994 movie review — A fun ode to Stranger Things, slasher films and high school horror
With a back-story that’s to be explored in greater detail over the trilogy's next two instalments, Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is an enjoyable first step.
Fear Street: All you need to know about Netflix's decade-hopping horror trilogy based on RL Stine's novels
Netflix kicks off the Fear Street trilogy with Part 1, set in 1994, today on 2 July.
Through its 10-episode run, the series — about 10 days in the life of a Black family who have just moved into the white neighbourhood of East Compton in 1950s California — keeps the horror at fever pitch.
Later book review: Stephen King delivers a gory mix of crime and horror in his latest whodunnit thriller
Published under the Hard Case Crime imprint, which also distributed The Colorado Kid (2005) and Joyland (2013) — Later is narrated by 22-year-old Jamie, looking back on his formative years. He begins his story at age six, when he first figured out he could see and talk to the dead.
Even the most widely accepted version of events is blurry on what might have triggered the whole thing.
No tomatoes were harmed in the retelling of this story.
The Wretched movie review: New horror film, streaming on Amazon Prime Video, boasts of Big Witch Energy
The Wretched is an occult horror movie possessed by the spirit of teen seaside summers past. Hidden in their troubled co-existence is a potentially much better but eventually unrealised film.
Touted as a tale about self-discovery and justice, Bulbbul will be Anushka Sharma's second production venture into digital platforms
Nushrat Bharucha to lead Chhori, Hindi remake of Marathi horror film Lapachhapi, backed by Abundantia Entertainment, Crypt TV
Vishal Furia, who directed the Marathi original, will also helm the Hindi remake Chhori
Arshad Warsi joins Bhumi Pednekar, Mahie Gill in cast of horror film Durgavati, backed by Akshay Kumar
Durgavati is directed by Ashok, produced by Abduntia Entertainment, and presented by Akshay Kumar's Hari Om Entertainment and Bhushan Kumar's T-Series Films.
With Bhoot, Gunjan Saxena, Dostana 2 and Takht, Dharma Productions seems to be going through a revival
Dharma Productions has gotten a new lease of life with Karan Johar encouraging genres like horror, biopic, and historicals.
Vicky Kaushal on experimenting with Bhoot - Part One: The Haunted Ship, and why he's scared of watching horror films
Vicky Kaushal discusses the shift in his technique while switching from comedy and drama to horror, where much is left to the actor's imagination.
The Grudge movie review: Nicolas Pesce can do only so much to revive a franchise that never had any potential
The true horror while watching The Grudge is seeing a long dead franchise return as a zombie to offer a joke of a horror movie.