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The movies that made us cry, hide and run to our cars. Happy Halloween.

Horror films that gave us the serious creeps

October 30th, 2014

The movies that made us cry, hide and run to our cars. Happy Halloween.

  • Film

    Seriously, can someone maybe smile once in a while?

  • Film

    A pariah accused of murdering his girlfriend wakes up with two devilish horns growing out of his head.

  • Film

    Alex Ross Perry's film is reminiscent of Woody Allen and the recent Greenberg.

  • Film

    Nightcrawler isn’t a heavy-handed media satire. It’s a character study about a truly reprehensible character.

  • Film

    But at least it has Bill Murray in a starring role.

  • Film

    Still, why can't more movies try to be this ambitious?

  • Film

    The plot is simplistic in the extreme and more than a little silly, but John Wick is delivered with style and energy.

  • Film

    The third new fall drama based on a DC Comics character, Constantine is neither as fun as The Flash nor as grandiose as Gotham.

  • Film

    With Ouija (about an evil Ouija board) opening this week, we remembered some past objects that have terrorized onscreen.

  • Film

    f this is indeed PollyGrind’s last year, it was a hell of a swan song.

  • Weekly Q&A

    Chatting with Mike Tyson: “I want to stay home and stay away from all the bullsh*t because I’ve been there before. I know what that ...

  • Film

    You might want to just listen to the soon-to-be-released album instead.

  • Stage

    The biggest complaints from fans? It's too short.

  • Film

    With The Best of Me opening this week, we break down the many recurring themes of the films based on his novels.

  • Film

    Having exhausted police and crime stories in LA, David Ayer tackles the unrelenting intensity of WW2 tank warfare.

  • Film

    This year's installment is packed with unique underground films, including plenty of horror and exploitation movies.

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  • As We See It

    The much-demanded app is finally here! So now what?

  • Dining

    The former space of Ming’s and the 24-hour cafe features sit-down breakfast from 6 to 11 a.m. (other sections are open 24/7); late-night and gourmet ...

  • Music

    The fire-shooting mantis has finally found its purpose.

  • Music

    From their 9th-grade repertoire to hits from the past two decades, Foo Fighters rocked Las Vegas.

  • Music

    Start planning your festival experience around these dozen acts.

  • Music

    A model of the festival site reveals positions of City of Rock and six performance stages.

  • A&E

    Life Is Beautiful 2014 Preview: How will this year compare to last year? Plus so much more!

  • Dining News

    Restaurateurs are hoping to find new locations.

  • A&E

    Just in time for Halloween! Grab your audio recorders and UMF readers, it's time to contact the dead.

  • A&E

    A massive conga line to the tune of Lionel Richie's "Dancing on the Ceiling"? Oh yes they did.

  • Music

    The Downtown venue is outside the fence line but will have its own access point.

  • A&E

    Festivals + flip-flops = Bad. Sitting once in a while = good.

  • Reviews

    And its varied menu is arguably better than the award-winner down the street.

  • Nightlife

    The DJ talks his new gig at SLS' Life, where he hopes to push the sound a little more left of the dial.

  • A&E

    Will people stand for 10 hours in the sun just to see Kanye West? Yes.

  • Dining

    One of the things setting Life Is Beautiful apart from other festivals is its impressive culinary component. Try these five bites!

  • Fine Art

    “Freefall” is a vertical move from Tillinghast’s courtyard water installation (a 30-by-60-foot reservoir) last year at the Odyssey,

  • Reviews

    Las Vegas has had its share of ambitious barbecue joints over the years, but this might be the one.

  • Music

    Orchestral renditions of "Eleanor Rigby" and professional aerialists? You won't want to miss this.