The Midnight Meat Train director takes us through his story, featuring demonic possession and, of course, swords and knives.
The Juan of the Dead writer/director delivered something delightfully unexpected in his segment, The Thing in the Woods.
The director takes us through his very Twilight Zone-like segment, Mirari, talks filmmaking, and even comments on Gremlins.
This standout segment of the upcoming horror anthology has some deeply emotional origins.
The Netflix series' third season is bigger, better, and more heart-wrenching than ever, yet still incredibly funny and charming.
Each filmmaker brings something truly unique and different to the table in this long-awaited horror anthology.
Koji Igarashi delivers on pretty much exactly what is expected of the title.
Honk three times if you dare, or so the legend goes.