A deep dive into the most ubiquitous horror movie technique.
You've got one weekend left before Halloween — make it count. These pop-culture pumpkins will challenge your carving skills.
Jack Handey offers deep thoughts on how to make your skeleton as scary as possible — all the better to frighten future grave robbers.
Photographer Christine McConnell bakes spooky pastries that are works of art.
R.L. Stine extends his shelf-life again. Plus, great tunes from T-Pain, Taylor, and Aphex Twin.
When Matt Geiler donned a pumpkin mask and a unitard on Halloween in 2006, he created an internet sensation. And his 2014 Studio 360 interview remains legendary.
Enough with the pipe organs and canned screams; one composer is making haunted houses as scary as a horror movie.
Shawn Feeney studied forensic facial imaging with the FBI. Now he transforms everything from parsnips to pumpkins to papayas into fascinating faces and strange characters.
We dared you to spook horror filmmaker Wes Craven in 30 seconds or less. More than 300 films later, Craven presents his picks for the Top 10 most gruesome, well-crafted short films.