About Kelcie Mattson
Kelcie Mattson is just a small town girl and a senior features writer for Collider. She's also had the pleasure of contributing to Bright Wall/Dark Room and IndieWire. Having grown up on Star Trek and TCM marathons, becoming a nerd for many things was inevitable. Her favorite pastimes include baking, petting her cat, reading very long books, and talking your ear off about sci-fi, fantasy, Assassin's Creed, Studio Ghibli, Hammer Horror movies, and European procedurals.
There's more to this violent Korean movie than meets the eye.
It seems obvious, so why didn't they do it?
These songs didn't survive the great war, and our tears ricochet about it.
Good luck surpassing these performances!
Wes Craven almost robbed the world of Freddy Krueger.
It's a slow burn both ways.
If you want complex horror heroines, you call Mike Flanagan.
Spies are hot, to begin with, but forbidden love makes things even more delicious.
In the right director's hands, a floppy drive can be as tense as a helicopter chase.
When it comes to scares, the real-life figure gives the character a run for her money.
Pazuzu is such a troll!
Who needs lightsabers when you could have a witch-sword?
A Guide to October's Exciting New Movie Releases, From 'The Exorcist: Believer' to 'Killers of the Flower Moon'
‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,’ ‘Foe,’ ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s,’ ‘Cat Person,’ and ‘Fair Play’ are also among October’s new movies.
A Guide to October's New TV Releases, From 'Lessons in Chemistry' to 'The Fall of the House of Usher'
Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, Hannah Waddingham, Mike Flanagan, R.L. Stine, and Taika Waititi are creeping onto your TV screens.
The kids are alright!
This is a missed opportunity that cuts both ways.