A Black Folk Horror watchlist.
Celebrating Bernard Rose's iconic film 30 years later.
Tananarive Due, Steven Barnes, Marco Finnegan, and John Jennings discuss their new project
Approaching the cult as a devouring entity.
Breaking down retail horrors from malls to grocery stores, a fashion house, and other spaces of commerce.
Stay out if you don’t want to get bit.
How Jordan Peele’s third feature makes the impossible possible.
What we owe to William Crain, William Marshall, and the silver screen's first Black vampire.
“In her hats are many bats, for spending all her dough on cats.”
The sticky history of slime horror.
Not all homes are haunted — some are hungry.
Diving into the realm of the interior with a consumption of the Self occurring at the psychic level.
Injecting the Black gaze into the cinematic medium.
Incorporating African folklore for a celebration of the beauty and brilliance of the African diaspora.
The shift in the pathology of werewolf transformation (and appetite) through the ages.