At about the halfway point of the year, it's time to rank the best horror movies of 2019. For this list, we'll go according to Rotten Tomatoes.
Halfway into 2019 this year has seen some incredible movies. Here are 10 best films of the year so far according to Rotten Tomatoes rating aggregate
Based on George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire, HBO's Game of Thrones has produced countless brilliant and a few disappointing episodes.
Rotten Tomatoes announces that it will allow ticket-buying moviegoers to post reviews to its site as verified users for audience review scores.
We all have our go-to comedies when we need a pick-me-up, but some movies are just laughably bad.
Aggregate film review site Rotten Tomatoes admits it may require require stricter verification in order to weed out persistent, meddling trolls.
Rotten Tomatoes has changed its audience review system in response to Captain Marvel trolls. Unfortunately, these changes only make things worse.
In response to trolling, Rotten Tomatoes decides to remove the "Want to See" and comments section of each film until after the movie's release.
The Golden Tomato Awards have been announced, with both Black Panther and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse landing big wins in the top categories.
After some brutal early reviews for the movie, Rotten Tomatoes has revealed a "rotten" score for M. Night Shyamalan's Glass.
Rotten Tomatoes announces that it will change the guidelines for its approved critics to bring more diverse voices to the review aggregator site.
Ryan Coogler's 2018 Marvel film, Black Panther, passes The Incredibles to become Rotten Tomatoes' highest-rated superhero movie of all-time.
There are many amazing superhero shows out there, but there are also a lot of bad ones. Rotten Tomatoes has made it easier to decipher which is which.
As horror legend John Carpenter celebrates his 70th birthday, Rotten Tomatoes Twitter account mistakenly refers to the director as dead.
Greta Gerwig's 2017 film, Lady Bird, starring Saoirse Ronan, passes Toy Story 3 to become Rotten Tomatoes' best reviewed film of all-time.
Rotten Tomatoes are turning the reveal of their Tomatometer score into a marketing gimmick, and that's only going to hurt them in the long run.
Justice League reviews are starting to stream in. Where will the DCEU's much anticipated team-up film land on the Tomatometer?
Rotten Tomatoes is owned by Fandango, itself owned by Warner Bros. and Universal. Are they behind the delay in revealing Justice League's score?
The Justice League review embargo lifts on Tuesday night, but the Rotten Tomatoes score won't be revealed until the day of the first screenings.