The 10 Most Important Rick and Morty Episodes (So Far)

Rick and Morty is returning soon, but in the two years since season three wrapped up, we’ve had lots of time to revisit the 31 episodes that are out in the world already. Truly, we love them all – but these 10 entries, in particular, all have something extra that’s helped shape the series in fundamental ways. Read More >>

A Third Fantastic Beasts Movie is Coming, Whether We Want It or Not

The latest film set in J.K. Rowling’s literary landscape will take place in Brazil – and revolve around a character we barely got a glimpse of in part two. Huh. Nothing iffy about those odds! Read More >>

All the Twin Peaks You Could Ever Want is in This Gorgeous New Box Set

There’s always Twin Peaks in the air, whether it’s rumours of a fourth season or the sight of David Lynch picking up an honorary Oscar. The next entry in the cherry pie sweepstakes is Twin Peaks: From Z to A, a giant Blu-ray set celebrating the cult series that comes out early next year. Read More >>

The Top 10 Horror Movies of the Last 10 Years

Horror movies have a long history of sneaking commentary about real-world issues into their tales of slashers and ghouls – and even those that aim only to entertain help us escape our actual fears by letting us shriek at terrors that never leave the screen. Read More >>

12 Movies Featuring Ghosts You’d Actually Want to Hang Out With

Ghosts can be very scary. However, not all spooks are trying to scare the crap out of you. Some of them are pretty cool! Here are our favourite friendly movie ghosts. Read More >>

10 Werewolf Movies to Watch Before the Next Full Moon

Being a werewolf is generally messy – there’s that agonisingly painful transformation process, the total loss of self-control, and just having to deal with all that fur everywhere. Lycanthropes are full of angst, and movies – including these 10 essential picks – have always appreciated that about them. Read More >>

9 of the Best Worst Horror Movies Ever Made

If your horror-movie enjoyment requires high production values, plots delivered without yawning holes, and dialogue that always makes sense, well, best move along. If, however, you delight in horror that’s so “bad” it’s gone all the way back to good – and is genuinely entertaining – have we got a fun list for you. Read More >>

Don’t Watch This Trailer for Antlers Unless You Want to Discover Its Big Secret

The first teaser for Scott Cooper’s Antlers – which is produced by Guillermo del Toro and is based on a story by Channel Zero’s Nick Antosca – dropped some pretty heavy hints about the peculiar family troubles facing the small boy at its center. But a new trailer reveals a whole hell of a lot more. Read More >>

Disney’s Live-Action Pinocchio May Have Found a New, Forward-Thinking Director

Not to be confused with Guillermo del Toro’s long-awaited stop-motion version of the classic Pinocchio story for Netflix, this Pinocchio news is an update on Disney’s long-awaited live-action take on its 1940 animated version. Famed Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis is now said to be “in talks,” per Variety, to helm the film. Read More >>

American Horror Story: 1984 Is Killing It

A show as long-running and as thematically varied as American Horror Story isn’t going to please every fan every season (the “timely” Cult was a low point, but last year’s crossover, Apocalypse, was fabulous). From its very first promos, I had a good feeling about AHS: 1984 – and so far the slasher homage has not let me down. Read More >>

Witchboard is the Perfect Combination of Melodrama, 1980s Hair, and Evil Spirits

Much like the female protagonist of Witchboard, the deliciously cheesy 1986 cautionary tale about why you should never use an Ouija board improperly, I have an obsession. But I’m not obsessed with talking to ghosts. I’m just obsessed with Witchboard. Read More >>

In the Rattlesnake Trailer, a Desperate Mother Strikes a Monstrous Bargain

When her young daughter is bitten by a poisonous snake in the middle of nowhere, a frantic mother (Carmen Egojo) gratefully accepts help from the only other human being for miles. But it soon becomes clear that the mysterious healer doesn’t work for free. Read More >>

The World is Suddenly a Very Porous Place in the Trailer for Sci-Fi Horror Portals

If an unexplained doorway into an unknown void suddenly appeared before you, what would you do? What would everyone else do? Portals, a new sci-fi horror film, tries to imagine what that might look like on a global scale. Read More >>

John Wick Is Getting a Female-Focused Spin-Off That Is Somehow Not About Halle Berry’s Character

Rumours of John Wick cinematic universe first hit back in 2017, not long after the second John Wick film was released. After a massive third entry in the series, a fourth film due in 2021, plus comics and an in-the-works TV series, it makes sense that Hollywood would push ahead on cinematic spin-off Ballerina, too. Read More >>

The Girl With All the Gifts Author M.R. Carey Has a New Post-Apocalyptic Series, and We’ve Got the First Look

M.R. Carey, who wrote remarkable zombie tale The Girl With All the Gifts, is one of our favorite authors here at Gizmodo. We’ve been lucky enough to share excerpts from his works in the past, and we’ve got another one for you now: a first look at the debut book in his new post-apocalyptic trilogy, The Book of Koli. Read More >>