Released in 1975, Steven Spielberg's 'Jaws' terrified audiences with its depiction of a killer great white shark with a hunger for humans. A local police chief hires an oceanographer and a shark hunter to help him put an end to the massacre off the shore of the tranquil town of Amityville. Almost 40 years later, 'Jaws' remains one of the greatest horror films ever made. Join us for a look back at the cast of the film and see where they are now.
Unleashed in 1984, 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' gave everyone, well, nightmares with its horrific and instantly iconic villain Freddy Krueger -- a psychotic man who is burned to death by the parents of the children he murdered, and has returned to kill their teenagers in kind by terrorizing them in their sleep. The film gave us several sequels and a remake in 2010, but today we take a trip back to where it all started to see what the cast of the film are up to now.
John Carpenter's 'Halloween,' released in 1978, became an instant horror classic -- the film follows teenager Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) as she's stalked by a masked killer while babysitting on Halloween night. 'Halloween' has spawned numerous sequels, a remake (with its own sequel), and has inspired countless horror films in the 35 years since its initial release. We look back on the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
We took a microscope to the first trailer for ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 back in July, revealing all manner of untold secrets and hints from AMC’s adaption of the hit zombie comic series, and now we’re doing it again with the latest behind-the-scenes preview!
Reading between the lines, and comparing certain events to those of Robert Kirkman’s original comic book, what secrets of ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 might we have unlocked? Beware of potential spoilers, and check out eve
Like you, we were shocked but intrigued to learn that ‘The Walking Dead’ would receive its own spinoff “companion series” in 2015, focusing on a new corner of the ‘Walking Dead’ universe previously explored by series creator Robert Kirkman. Few details on the spinoff are available this early, but what possible focus could a “companion series” have that hasn’t yet been covered
Here's the thing about babies in film, they're often horrible and sometimes homicidal -- and we're not talking about the rom-com versions. Despite real-life infants, which are the quintessential images of innocence and hope for the future, many movie babies, especially horror movie babies, have all of our awful instincts and none of our refinement
Monsters have been a part of human culture since we invented the very concept of stories. They've been warnings. They've been metaphors. They've been exaggerations of reality. In some way or another, we're all scared of monsters