From "Candyman" and Dario Argento classics to Val Lewton and Wes Craven.
Staffers weigh in on the scariest streaming decision of the year. From Disney Channel's "Halloweentown" to Juan Piquer Simón's "Pieces" to Rihanna's "Disturbia" video, these off-the-wall picks make a memorable night-in.
From "Cheers" and "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" to "The Office" and "That '70s Show," these half-hour comedies will crack you up and give you the creeps.
Through six films, IndieWire's Craft Team breaks down the key ingredients of sound, lighting, and production design that make the best onscreen haunted houses so scary — and so fun — to explore and escape.
Horror TV shows tend to be an easier watch. Here are nine series that test the limits of viewers' taste for scary television.
From the theatrical torments of Pennywise ("It") and Art the Clown ("Terrifier") to the rapid unravelings of Jack Torrance ("The Shining") and Annie Graham ("Hereditary"): these are the scariest horror villains of all time.
"They knew they wanted Molly Dolly to sound like a young girl, but dangerous, which is something I'm kind of famous for," voiceover artist Tara Strong tells IW.
But before "chaos reigns" became a mantra, Lars von Trier's terrifying portrait of grief didn't receive the genre appreciation it deserved.
From Bernard Herrmann's "Psycho" stabs to John Carpenter's "The Fog" atmospherics and Thom Yorke's "Suspiria" reinterpretations.
These shows aren't typically considered outright scary, but these standout episodes left audiences shaken.
"I never imagined all these years, starting at eight years old, that I'd be here until the very end, decades later," Richards told IndieWire of her return to acting.
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