Silvia Moreno-Garcia's novel is an astonishing example of how Gothic fiction can terrify in new ways while utilizing elements that have always been quintessential to the genre.
"The irony is that slashers are known to be formulaic and simple, when the diversity of its reception and fandom shows the exact opposite to be true."
Exploring Srdjan Spasojevic's infamous shocker from a female perspective.
Horror-writer Mary Kay McBrayer delves into the act of transference of mental deterioration as punishment, and why that kind of revenge is so satisfying.
Bob Clark's 1974 slasher is still a must-watch holiday classic four decades later.