Posts Tagged: horror films

The Rumpus Interview with Kea Wilson


Kea Wilson discusses her debut novel We Eat Our Own, the influence of film on her work, and what she's learned from working as a bookseller. ...more

The Future of Body Horror: Can Our Art Keep up with Our Suffering?


The individuality of body horror is its signature attribute. Nothing is more intimate than one’s own body, and by extension, one’s own physical suffering. ...more

Sound & Vision: John Congleton


Allyson McCabe speaks with GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer John Congleton about what it's like to make music in today's technological and economic environments, and the benefits of being open to adaptation. ...more

The Rumpus Review of The Witch


The most interesting part of The Witch is that the family is so convinced of humanity’s fallen, sinful nature that it never occurs to them to even look for an aggressor from without. ...more

A Scary Movie Retrospective


Do you know about New Horror, the genre that rendered horror movies into “high art”? Horror movies, the classics and how their subsequent cinematic transformation, are the subject of Shock Value, Jason Zinoman’s new book. There’s an excerpt and review on NPR Books that will launch you into a fit of nostalgia for the horror films of yesteryear, so you can relive the spooky.