Songwriters have been known to look at the dark annals of history for lyrical inspiration.
We’re lifting the red tape off of these grisly visions of the silver screen.
You thought you were scared of needles ... you had no idea.
Are you there, God? It’s us, and we’re terrified.
From a mother’s rage to a killer’s crawlspace full of rotting bodies, we revisit the creepiest books that chilled our bones.
Because you love a great John le Carré spy thriller, and we love the smell of napalm in the springtime.
These freaky flicks from the era bright green scrunchies and blood red gore will give you nightmares all over again.
A sinister meme inspires real-life mayhem and homicidal zombies infiltrate Tokyo in these freaky films from Austin's annual fest.
Knock, knock. Who’s there? Oh, just the evil spirit that's taken over the rotting body of your dead son.
Grab the fluffy pillow; you’re going to need it after witnessing these flicks of torture, madness, and murder.
These killer females go beyond just getting their hands bloody.
In 1931, Winnie Ruth Judd arrived at a Los Angeles train station with some very grisly luggage in tow...
Here’s a survival guide for those doomed to fight walkers, biters, rotters, roamers, and worst of all: Negan and his Saviors.
A truly great horror movie poster is worth a thousand screams—and a place in our nightmares.
There's no wage gap . . . crime just doesn't pay.
When it comes to watching FX’s riveting new crime drama, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, consider us guilty.
Supernatural terror, slimy serial killers, and the gripping true story of an on-air suicide haunt the silver screen at this year's film fest.
Because you're never too young to kill.
These chillers, thrillers, and killer crime dramas will keep you glued to your screen all year long.
Looking for your next true crime addiction? Discovery's Killing Fields tracks a real-life criminal case episode by episode.