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Horror

Here Alone

What happens if you take the zombie out of a zombie movie, or add zombies to a micro-indie flick?

Prevenge

An unholy marriage of Rosemary’s Baby and Death Wish dropped into the bleakest of Mike Leigh’s urban landscapes.

Raw

Julia Ducournau, in her feature debut, is a director completely in control of her craft and a talent to watch.

The Love Witch

With every shot a saturated, gorgeous explosion of kitsch perfection, this elaborate send-up of 1960s and ’70s occult sexploitation films boils and toils over a bubblin’ cauldron of sheer spectacle.

The Neon Demon

Nicolas Winding Refn’s latest film is a candy coated, neon drenched homage to classic 1980’s psychodramas, and a loud, pretentious mess.

Therapy for a Vampire

This is actually a romantic farce masquerading as a horror/comedy, with a light and dry touch.

They’re Watching

In this horror/comedy, the camera crew of a third-rate home improvement show travels to Moldova to revisit an American living there to see how she fixed up her way, way deep-in-the-woods cottage.

Emelie

Emelie preys on our nightmares and so has more in common with thrillers like Rosemary’s Baby than current pulpy horror flicks. Its scares are strongest when they’re coming from what’s hidden, and from what’s left unsaid.

The Witch

The woods: few phrases conjure up scares so visceral. This portrait of a Puritan family confronted with witchcraft is ultimately about our most fundamental fears: the dark, the unknown, and, of course, one another. Believing that their settlement’s way of practicing their faith is too liberal, a family of six—husband William, wife Katherine, eldest daughter […]