In a comedy with a dark twist, Kevin Hart pushes the limit on his acting career in the new limited series “True Story.”
The VHS series makes a return in the new Shudder original movie “VHS/94,” and is once again as unpredictable as ever.
“The Guilty,” a new Netflix thriller, highlights the stress and mental health of a Los Angeles Police Department officer.
Stefano Sollima’s “Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse” is an action-packed thriller with poor dialogue.
“Separation” is an anxiety inducing and well-thought out thriller. The film can safely be put up against the classics. It might even give the new “Conjuring” movie a run for its money.
As the spooky season is ending, a reader wants to invest in one last thrill, reading Lisa Jewell’s new thriller “Invisible Girl.”
Filmmaker Mike Flanagan strikes again with his second anthology, “The Haunting of Bly Manor,” a gothic romance filled with ghosts. Those who enjoyed “The Haunting of Hill House,” be prepared to enter another dark hole filled with ghosts.
“Ratched” is Netflix’s new horror thriller, based on the 1962 villain Mildred Ratched, from “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” by Ken Kesey.
The show is produced by the creator of “American Horror Story” Ryan Murphy, and from the beginning it is clear that there will be many gory and possible sexual scenes.