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The Vigil

Many horror classics bind themselves to the occult or catholic dogma. The Vigil, a first time feature outing for director Keith Thomas, takes a different tack by instead focusing on Jewish methodology and belief. The Vigil follows Yakov (Dave Davis), a disenfranchised member of the New York Jewish community who is drawn back in by […]

In Fabric

Once you see In Fabric, you’ll never try a dress on in a department store change room the same way again. You see, In Fabric is the tale of a dress. But not a normal dress. A dress that, once worn, unleashes a malevolent curse and unstoppable evil. From acclaimed horror director Peter Strickland, this […]


Greta is the new name in terror, a character so perversely evil and repugnant that audiences will think twice before befriending middle-aged women again. When 20-something Frances (Chloe Grace Moretz) meets Greta (Isabelle Huppert), a seemingly innocent and lonely woman, a bond develops until Frances makes a discovery which doesn’t just shatter their friendship but threatens […]


Hereditary is a deep psychological, supernatural horror story which immediately unsettles the audience and never allows them to fully regain their footing. The film follows the family of matriarch Ellen Taper Leigh following her death and their subsequent unraveling as a series of tragic and unsettling events begin occurring with increasing prevalence. Elen’s daughter Annie Graham […]

Insidious: The Last Key

The fourth chapter to the Blumhouse franchise Insidious: The Last Key takes us back to where it all started with Dr Elise returning to her childhood home to not only uncover demons from the other side but to face her own demons. The supernatural horror film stars Lin Shaye, Angus Sampson, Spencer Locke, Caitlin Gerard and […]


Not to be confused with Stephen King’s supernatural horror masterpiece It, this dark and sinister film is arresting and should have audiences afraid of what may be lurking in the dark. As the story unfolds, a flesh-eating virus of epidemic proportions is engulfing the country which has forced a family of three (headed by Joel […]

Get Out

Get Out is a rare thriller which follows Chris (Daniel Kaluuya), an African-American photographer from New York, as he travels with his white girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams) to her family home in order to meet her parents. Upon arriving at the Armitage’s home things almost immediately begin to feel slightly off. Get Out embraces social […]


This psychological horror thriller follows the horrifying experiences of Lockhart, a young American executive (Dane DeHann), who is sent to retrieve the company’s CEO from a mysterious sanatorium in Switzerland. Lockhart is told that the health of the patients is of paramount importance, but is it really? As the film progresses Lockhart unravels the horrifying […]

The Gallows

From the same production company that had cinemas screaming in fear with Paranormal Activity and Insidious comes the latest found footage style fright fest: The Gallows. This relation, however, is as close as this film gets to having audiences running in fear. The Gallows takes four archetypal high school kids, each armed with either a video camera or their mobile phone, […]


A young couple (Annabelle Wallis and Ward Horton) have a problem: woeful taste – as exemplified by their ornaments, framed needlework and tan coffee mugs (the mugs are unforgivable – even for ‘60s middle-class). They also own one of the ugliest dolls ever, which after an attack by satanic cultists, becomes a conduit for an […]