From André Gide to Michel Foucault, predatory behavior has frequently hijacked calls for gay rights to justify abuse.
Stephen Graham Jones's new novel is a love letter to slasher movies, but its postmodern pastiche barely conceals a nonsensical story.
An episode of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" leads down a rabbit hole connecting James Dean to the author of "Psycho."
Vengeful mummies and cursed tombs are horror staples, thanks in large measure to medieval superstition, Victorian fantasy, and a irresponsible media co…
The campy horror franchise moves away from Gothic fiction to embrace the very worst History Channel UFO conspiracy theories in the woefully misbegotten…
Whether supernatural or digital, this week saw several efforts to capitalize on the spirit of James Dean.
On the anniversary of James Dean's death, I am proud to share my new piece for Esquire on the actor's life and legacy.
In his new book, "Confessions of an Egyptologist," Erich von Däniken recycles medieval pyramids legends and claims a murdered tour guide proved them al…
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