Inside the Unsettling, Homoerotic Terror of ‘The Hitcher’

Director Robert Harmon looks back on his 1986 classic, discussing the ambiguous relationship between its main characters, the brilliance of Rutger Hauer — and why he never thought he was making a horror movie

David Cronenberg’s ‘The Fly’ Is Still a Perfect Horror Movie

His new film, ‘Crimes of the Future,’ is disturbing, but it can’t compare to that 1986 remake’s balance of scares and pathos, its ingenuous mix of social commentary and gross-out genius

In ‘Carrie,’ William Katt Gave the World the Definitive Nice-Guy Prom King

The Southern California actor was just beginning his career when he played Tommy in Brian De Palma’s brilliant adaptation of Stephen King’s novel. But as Katt tells MEL, he couldn’t have been more different than the typical high-school jock

‘Morbius’ Is the Good Version of Insufferable Jared Leto

The Oscar-winner has recently delivered a string of mannered, annoying performances. But in this Spider-Man spinoff film, he doesn’t change his ways as much as he finds the right outlet for his showboating tendencies