We take an abrupt turn from the creepy version of Pinocchio’s “There are no strings on me” into the realm of funny.
Don’t recognize all the horror movies on Amazon Prime? CraveOnline recommends ten that you (probably) haven’t seen, and which might surprise you.
All the biggest and best Blu-rays and boxed sets to get the movie-lover in your life.
Marvel Studios announce new superhero movie through 2019, but what did they really tell us, and what does it all mean? Most Craved deciphers the clues.
Celebrate the best and worst horror sequels ever made with your friends.
Want to program a slasher movie marathon without the same old slashers? CraveOnline has you covered.
If you don’t own, or haven’t seen, these five movies (shame on you), watch them before they’re yanked off Netflix on the 1st of November.
With ‘Nightcrawler’ reminding us news can be a gross and unethical practice, CraveOnline’s critics present their picks for The Best Journalism Movie Ever.
CraveOnline ranks every single one of the death traps from all seven of the Saw movies.
Black Panther will make his first appearance in ‘Captain America: Civil War,’ which will play out very differently than the Civil War from the comics.
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ will be a two-part movie. Chadwick Boseman is ‘Black Panther.’ ‘Inhumans’ is on the schedule, and ‘Captain Marvel’ too.
Ever noticed how there aren’t a lot of werewolf movies? We’ve got you covered. Plan your werewolf marathon with films that will have your guests howling.
The creator of the ‘Child’s Play’ franchise records a free downloadable commentary track for Richard Attenborough’s classic killer doll movie ‘Magic.’
Speculation has ended; Marvel’s chosen its leading man.
Fred Topel reviews ‘House at the End of Time,’ ‘Parlor,’ ‘Preservation,’ ‘Refuge.’ ‘Suburban Gothic’ and ‘Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort.’
How can you plan a movie marathon around films all based on the exact same story? CraveOnline knows how.
Riley Steele plays Barbarella XXX and Asa Akira plays The Great Tyrant in Axel Braun’s latest porn parody.
The team behind the ‘Dark Knight’ trilogy and ‘Man of Steel’ say that chapter is closed.
Bibbs & Witney count down the best horror films of the 1990s and review ‘John Wick,’ ‘Ouija,’ ‘VHS: Viral’ and ‘Force Majeure.’
They probably feel like they’ve been thrown in the Rancor pit.