Supernatural: Faith Season 1, Ep 12
After Dean is injured on a case and told the physical damage he sustained will kill him within a month, Sam thinks he's found a cure in a preacher who performs miracles. However, after they discover that these miracles are not as "holy" as advertised, the brothers race to stop them before another innocent life is sacrificed.
This psychological slasher and queer cult classic from 1982 tells the story of orphaned teen Billy (Jimmy McNichol) who becomes caught up in the twisted mind of his increasingly unhinged Aunt Cheryl (Susan Tyrrell, really going for it). It's driven by a surprisingly upfront queer subplot involving a bigoted detective who suspects Billy is part of a gay love triangle that ended in murder, and features a positive portrayal of a gay high school basketball coach along with some campy, gorey thrills. (It also lingers an awful lot on Jimmy McNichol's topless chest and butt, and includes a young Bill Paxton as a homophobic teammate.) Available on Shudder. [more inside]
Supernatural: Scarecrow Season 1, Ep 11
After arguing about whether to search for their father or work a case he gave them, Sam and Dean part company: Sam to continue the search in California; Dean to investigate the mysterious disappearances of couples passing through a seemingly idyllic town in Indiana.
Supernatural: Asylum Season 1, Ep 10
While investigating a haunting in an abandoned asylum and rescuing two teenagers who ventured in, Sam and Dean become trapped with the spirits of those who died in a violent patient riot decades before, one of whom was a doctor whose treatments caused extreme rage in his victims.
Supernatural: Home Season 1, Ep 9
Sam has a nightmare that he believes to be a vision of their childhood home and convinces a reluctant Dean that they need to go back to the Winchester's former house in Lawrence, Kansas. They soon discover that the new owner is being plagued by what could be the same entity that killed their mother 22 years before.
Supernatural: Bugs Season 1, Ep 8
Sam and Dean head to Oklahoma to investigate a recent spate of insect-related deaths in a new housing development.
Supernatural: Hook Man Season 1, Ep 7
Sam and Dean investigate an age-old urban legend known as the Hook Man when they learn that the spirit of a 19th century pastor with a hook for a hand and a twisted sense of morals seems to be meting out punishments to everyone in the vicinity of a minister's 18-year-old daughter.
Supernatural: Skin Season 1, Ep 6
A serial killer shape-shifter adopts the likeness of Sam's college buddy to commit a gruesome murder. When the brothers investigate, the being "borrows" Dean's form to continue the killing spree.
Supernatural: Bloody Mary Season 1, Ep 5
When three adolescent girls play a game of Bloody Mary during a sleepover and unleash a ghost who lives in mirrors and kills by gouging out the eyes of her prey, Sam and Dean must find a way to stop her before she claims another victim.
When Mak is drafted to serve in a war, he is forced to leave his pregnant wife. He is severely wounded during a battle, but instead of dying he manages to survive along with 4 other soldiers. Discharged due to their injuries, they join Mak on his journey to be reunited with his wife and baby. But when they come upon his village, they find everyone is terrified of a ghost. [more inside]
Supernatural: Phantom Traveler Season 1, Ep 4
A man whom the Winchesters helped in the past calls on Sam and Dean for help regarding a strange recording on the black box of a crashed plane. They soon realize that the demon that caused the crash is picking off the crash's only seven survivors.
Supernatural: Dead in the Water Season 1, Ep 3
Sam and Dean work a case in a small Wisconsin town where something in the lake is killing people by dragging them down into the water, never to be found again.
Supernatural: Wendigo Season 1, Ep 2
Sam and Dean follow the coordinates their father wrote in his journal to Blackwater Ridge, and end up joining a hiking expedition to help a young woman and her brother find their other brother and his two friends, who mysteriously disappeared while on a camping trip in the woods.
Supernatural: Pilot Season 1, Ep 1
Twenty-two years after their mother died in a mysterious house fire, Sam Winchester is in line for a full scholarship from Stanford Law School when his older brother Dean comes to find him with the news that their father is missing and he needs his help. With the caveat that he needs to be back at school by Monday, Sam joins Dean on a search for their father, and an elusive woman in white.
When Catherine moves from Manhattan to a remote farm hour with her husband, she discovers that both her husband and her new home harbor secrets. [more inside]
Them: Season 1 Season 1, Ep 0
In the first season of Little Marvin's new Amazon horror anthology show Them, which follows 10 days in the lives of a Black family moving to Compton in 1953 during the course of the Great Migration, the horror arises as much from the racism endured by our protagonists as from the spooky occurrences happening in their new house. [more inside]
When a possessed pair of jeans begins to kill the staff of a trendy clothing store, it is up to Libby, an idealistic young salesclerk, to stop its bloody rampage. [more inside]
The Alienist: Better Angels Season 2, Ep 8
The case is brought to a close, and Sara, John, and Laszlo struggle with decisions about their future paths.
The Alienist: Last Exit to Brooklyn Season 2, Ep 7
Sara, Laszlo, and John travel to Brooklyn to investigate the killer's dark past.
The Alienist: Momento Mori Season 2, Ep 6
Sara and John continue to search for information about Libby. Laszlo is barred from practicing after a tragic accident. Sara and the team are compelled to work with Thomas Byrnes after another baby is abducted.
The Alienist: Belly of the Beast Season 2, Ep 5
The team discover the fate of the matron of the Lying-In Hospital, and now that they know whom they are looking for, they work to find the killer and save the Linares baby. [more inside]
The Alienist: Gilded Cage Season 2, Ep 4
Señora Linares works with Laszlo to put her finger on exactly what troubled her during her visit to the park on the day of her daughter's abduction, and Bitsy Sussman, whom Sara has assigned to work undercover at the Lying-In Hospital, tries to find out what is going on there. William Randolph Hearst hosts a lavish ball celebrating his goddaughter Violet's engagement to John.
The Alienist: Labyrinth Season 2, Ep 3
Sara probes into the doings of the Lying-In Hospital and tries to persuade a young nurse to disclose what happens behind closed doors. Laszlo is convinced that hypnosis might help Señora Linares to access memories that be useful to the case. John has his bachelor party.
The Alienist: Ex Ore Infantium Season 2, Ep 1
One year after the events of the first season, Sara Howard, John Moore, and Dr. Laszlo Kreizler try to prevent the execution of a mother accused of murdering her missing newborn daughter, and then, along with city detectives Lucius and Marcus Isaacson, become involved in the search for the abducted infant daughter of a visiting Spanish dignitary.
On the trail of a missing girl, an ex-cop comes across a secretive group attempting to summon a terrifying supernatural entity. [more inside]
Something lurks off the coast of Block Island, silently influencing the behavior of fisherman, Tom Lynch. [more inside]
Alejandra is trapped in an unhappy marriage. [more inside]
Kirkus on Mexican Gothic, by Silvia Moreno-Garcia: "Inquisitive 22-year-old socialite and anthropology enthusiast Noemí Taboada adores beautiful clothes and nights on the town in Mexico City with a bevy of handsome suitors, but her carefree existence is cut short when her father shows her a disturbing letter from her cousin Catalina, who recently married fair-haired and blue-eyed Virgil Doyle, who comes from a prominent English mining family that built their now-dwindling fortune on the backs of Indigenous laborers." [more inside]
Mystery Science Theater 3000: THE ATOMIC BRAIN Rewatch Season 5, Ep 18
Rewatch! An old rich lady decides to use her considerable resources, including her own mad scientist and a nuclear reactor in her basement (wow, really?), to have her brain swapped into the body of one of three younger women. The eventual result? Let's just say she better hope she can develop a taste for Meow Mix. Previously.
Five young individuals agree to live in an isolated lodge together and have their daily activities filmed. [more inside]
Three ex cons employed as movers are asked to pack and ship the contents of an old creepy house. But they are told by the owner to stay out of the attic and basement. [more inside]
Follows a pious nurse who becomes dangerously obsessed with saving the soul of her dying patient. [more inside]
Frustrated wannabe writer Fred (Josh Ruben) holes up in a cabin in hopes of getting something done. During a power outage, Fred and Fanny (Aya Cash of The Boys and You're the Worst) the tenant of a neighboring cabin tell each other scary stories. The more Fred and Fanny commit to their tales, the more the stories come to life in the dark of a Catskills cabin. The horrors of reality manifest when Fred confronts his ultimate fear: Fanny is the better storyteller. [more inside]
Chad, the owner of Rad Chad's Horror Emporium, recounts a series of bone-chilling, blood-splattered tales to illustrate the rules of the horror genre to his newest employee. [more inside]
Mystery Science Theater 3000: THE BRAIN THAT WOULDN'T DIE Rewatch Season 5, Ep 13
Rewatch! A brilliant scientist is thought of as "mad," and only because he saves his girlfriend's severed head when she is killed in a car crash, then keeps it alive by setting it in Neck Juice (TM), allowing her to befriend the terrible monster he keeps in his basement while he goes out trying to murder women to provide her with a donor body. But really, is that "mad?" Okay. Yeah, on further reflection I guess it is. Oh, and he has an assistant with his own weird issues. This is Mike Nelson's first episode as host of Mystery Science Theater 3000. Previously.
When Rex stops a bank robbery, a video of his heroics makes him famous. [more inside]
Two years after escaping from a demonic terror, Alfie and Nara try to continue their lives, but Alfie is still haunted by feelings of guilt and unnatural visions. The sequel to Indonesian horror director Timo Tjahjanto's 2018 horror hit. [more inside]
After unearthing a gem that controls an evil monster looking to destroy the Universe, a young girl and her brother use it to make him do their bidding. (Trailer) [more inside]
When a group of teenagers take a prank too far, the victim's grieving widower carries out his wife's will. [more inside]
30 Coins: Cobwebs Season 1, Ep 1
The quiet town of Pedraza is shaken by the unsettling birth of a mysterious child. [more inside]
A soldier and his team battle hordes of post-apocalyptic zombies in the wastelands of the Korean Peninsula. The sequel to 2016's Train to Busan. [more inside]
A typical American family discovers there is more than meets the eye in their suburban home. [more inside]
A group of old war veterans put their lives on the line to defend a young woman taking shelter in their local VFW post, who's running from a deranged drug dealer and his relentless army of drug addled punks. [more inside]
When their father is forced to abruptly depart for work at Christmas, Aidan and Mia find themselves in the care of his new fiance Grace (Riley Keough) at their holiday home. Isolated and alone, a blizzard traps them inside the lodge as terrifying events summon specters from Grace's dark past. [more inside]
A young woman inherits a castle from the mother she never knew. [more inside]
Possessor follows an agent who works for a secretive organization that uses brain-implant technology to inhabit other people's bodies - ultimately driving them to commit assassinations for high-paying clients. [more inside]
Amy thinks she's dying tomorrow...and it's contagious. [more inside]
Slasher films get remixed when a notorious serial killer (Vince Vaughn) and an awkward 17-year-old girl (Kathryn Newton) switch bodies. A new horror-comedy from Blumhouse Pictures and writer-director Christopher Landon (Happy Death Day). [more inside]
Suspecting that people around him are turning into evil creatures, a troubled man questions whether to protect his only friend from an impending war, or from himself. [more inside]
Oliver is a young non-verbal autistic boy who uses a smartphone to communicate with people. When a mysterious creature uses the boy's devices against him to break into our world, his parents must fight to save their son from the monster beyond the screen. [more inside]