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Alexandra Heller-Nicholas is a film critic and author of books Suspiria, MS. 45 and 1000 Women in Horror.
The new Suspiria is less a remake of the original than a love letter to it.
We search the catacombs of cinema history to pick ten of the greatest horror anthologies ever made.
When animals attack: the best and worst killer creature films
Why can’t we be friends? The best buddy action comedies
Watching Too Old to Die Young is like swimming through stylish sewerage
The Lion King constantly imitates the original—and that’s a big problem
New release film Crawl is a beer-guzzling blast of survival horror
Daisy Ridley brings Ophelia to life in this fresh take on Shakespeare’s Hamlet
Stuber gets by on its fantastic buddy-cop pair and some sweet as violence
30 years ago, Nicolas Cage gave his craziest performance ever in Vampire’s Kiss
RIP Mad magazine and its detail-obsessed movie fanaticism
The new Spider-Man offers something pretty great in the post-Endgame MCU
Spooky spirits and restless souls: 10 of the greatest horror anthologies
The rising popularity of spinoffs and why we should embrace it
First look review: Widows is an electrifying thriller about gender, race and survival
Is Bad Times at the El Royale the strangest Hollywood movie of the year?
Jamie Lee Curtis makes the new Halloween a standout horror