In our third Monster of the Week entry, the agents dance with the devil! Also frogs!
For our second MOTW-Week entry, it takes two to almost murder Our Intrepid Agents!
Watch as our agents avoid obvious vampire theories, ask intensely intimate family planning questions, and get terrible jet lag!
Meet The X-Files’ very first Monster of the Week! We also introduce you to classic X-Files tropes like Scully getting attacked, the script taking a nap, and genocide being thrown in for no good reason!
Find out why this horror nerd endured a pointless sequel, why George C. Scott is a bad detective, why this hospital is terrible, and why this is almost a good movie.
Acclaimed horror writer of novels, short stories, and graphic novels, Victor LaValle has plenty to keep you terrified and thoughtful.
A look inside Matt Ruff’s 2016 novel which has been transformed into an upcoming HBO series. Explore high strangeness, immersive escapades, and atrocities of history.
The Netflix reboot of a creepy classic does not ask you to help solve a mystery. But let’s give it a shot!
In 1996, Scream entered the failing horror scene with an established horror director but completely new everything else. It paid off then–how does it hold up now?
Unlike its peers, ‘Urban Legend’ isn’t trying too hard. One might say it isn’t trying at all. The only ‘challenging’ aspect is keeping track of its internal urban myth bingo.
A great movie to emphasize ‘fuck death!’ Originally a draft X-Files script, Final Destination was supposed to be an ‘anti-slasher’ movie. It’s an anti-something, all right. It gets crazy, it gets dumb. Let’s die-ve into Death’s Die-sign!