This brilliant film is as terrifying today as it was in the 80s. What is the monster in the film? No, it isn’t the “stuff”, tasty alien goo that bursts out of people and transforms into a sentient being. It’s toxic and excessive consumer culture!
It ought to strike a chord of fear in all of us as advertisements and targeted marketing becomes a more and more inescapable reality as our lives move online. Relax! It’s just a movie…right?
The Girl With All the Gifts
This is the best zombie movie you have probably never heard of. We're glad to be the ones to let you in on this masterpiece. This is a post-apocalyptic British film that was released in 2016. It follows the survival journey of a few different characters, including a special young girl called Melanie.
Trust us when we say it's worth the watch! The movie is both scary and thought-provoking, and isn't that the best thing about Horror movies?
Clowns are pretty creepy, right? Did you know it’s commonly listed as a top fear for many people? That obviously was the inspiration for Stephen King to write a book that was exactly about that. The 2017 film ups the horror scale, and Bill Skarsgård does a spectacularly creepy job.
The actor said that becoming a psychotic killer clown for the movie took all of his energy and he admitted he had nightmares after the film was released. Watch at your own discretion!
They Look Like People
Director Perry Blackshear of “They Look Like People” keeps the film teetering on the edge between a psychological thriller and a pure horror film. We are introduced to two friends, Chriss and Wyatt, who are both battling their own emotional inner demons.
Due to a series of bone-chilling phone calls, Wyatt becomes convinced that New York City, his home, is about to be overtaken by demons. This film will keep your heartbeat racing for its entire 80-minute runtime.
The Blackcoat’s Daughter
Anthony Perkins directed this excellent, disturbing film starring Kiernan Shipka, Emma Roberts, and Lucy Boynton. Shipka and Boynton play two girls that were left at their boarding school during winter break.
Things gradually start going wrong on a supernatural level, and the two are sucked into their worst nightmare. Meanwhile, Roberts has her own plotline, working her way to the school. The two arcs meet in a memorable final act.