In John Rosman’s genre-inf(l)ected chase movie, the future of humanity may depend on an ordinary woman turned fugitive.
Austin Jennings’ feature debut tells a contemporary tale – with retrospective stylings – of American tourists entrapped in local ritual
With this taut culinary thriller, Nicholas Tomnay serves up a darkly comic allegory of the moral iniquities of global economics.
Alice Maio Mackay’s monstrous metamovie explores trans experience through alien parasitic invasion plotting.
In Junta Yamaguchi’s second looping SF feature, an inn’s staff and residents, frozen in a recurring two minutes, desperately seek a future.
Jenn Wexler’s Seventies-set school invasion horror lets Manson-esque cultists and abandoned pupils raise some hell together
In Paris Zarcilla’s modern gothic feature debut, a Filipino carer tries to make a home for herself and her daughter in her employers’ dysfunctional houses.
What Keeps You Alive is a tense, dizzying exploration of emotional – and emotionless – betrayal, expressed in the language of genre
Nine daring, shocking, funny and affecting visions make up the Born Of Woman short film strand from Fantasia 2018
Sonny Laguna and Tommy Wiklund’s Nazi puppet massacre is all at once absurd gorefest and serious political allegory of Trump’s America
Can the Masters of Horror summon new fears with their new horror anthology?
Shin’ichirô Ueda’s single-take zombie film-within-a-film One Cut Of The Dead comes with its own madcap meta-movie making-of comedy
Different revisions of global folklore explore the hidden recesses of the collective unconscious in The Field Guide To Evil
Beloved manga and anime Bleach gets the live-action treatment
Sam Elliott is a lonesome hunter in the beautifully strange and surprisingly affecting The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot
This tale of a haunted house and a broken home is as ultimately moving as it is creepy
Jenn Wexler’s feature debut The Ranger is a throwback to the Eighties woodland slasher, with a feminist twist
We talk to genre legend Mick Garris about his new anthology horror Nightmare Cinema
Lifechanger is all at once body-swapping, serial-killing thriller and tragic romance
Can the Unfriended sequel match the grisly desktop shocks of its predecessor?