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Here are five classic Giallo films that could be remade into modern classics if the right talent were to be applied in front of and behind the camera.

Wanna catch up on your exploitation movies now that 'Suspiria' has come and gone? Here’s our ranking of the ten best exploitation movies to check out.

When Gaspar Noé’s controversial drama 'Irreversible' debuted at Cannes in 2003, it proved to be so shocking it made people leave the cinema in droves.

If you’re unsure whether to subscribe to horror streaming service Shudder, here are five incentives to get you streaming today.

To save you trawling through the internet in pursuit of the next hair-raising hit, we’ve ranked the ten best horror titles that hit screens in 2018.

Here’s our ranking of the eight best understated movies about witchcraft that explore witchcraft in surprising, low-key ways.

In celebration of Guadagnino’s bone-crunching remake, let’s look at the best moments from the OG 'Suspiria' and ask: how could they possibly be topped?

Based on the international best-selling autobiographical books 'Papillon and Banco', and on the 1973 film of the same name, it will be interesting to see what director Michael

'Suspiria' – the 1977 horror (or giallo) film by Italian director Dario Argento – is about unleash its bloody fury on unsuspecting cinema audiences. The seminal masterpiece has