Samuel Bodin’s psychothriller offers a young boy’s perspective on the troubles and trauma stirring beneath a family’s surface.
A horror event is heading our way this winter with BFI’s In Dreams Are Monsters.
Black Christmas 2019 takes the bare bones of the sorority chiller to deliver something new…but does it work?
The team behind horror comedy Satanic Panic talk cults, practical gore, horror heroines, double feature suggestions and inspiring future filmmakers
The Haunting Of Hill House’s Mike Flanagan juggles King and Kubrick in his ambitious film of Doctor Sleep
A killer death clock app picks off users one by one in smart and fun horror surprise Countdown
The Losers’ Club return to face Pennywise one last time in the darker, scarier and more emotional It Chapter Two
A metal musician and a young woman unsuspectingly await a sinister plan in Sadistic Intentions
Frankie Muniz gives an impressive performance as a spiralling young man in horror The Black String
Sam delivers pizza to a cult who are more interested in her in Chelsea Stardust’s throwback horror Satantic Panic
Teenagers in a Christian movie theatre unleash a succubus in gory ‘n’ sweet horror comedy Porno
The Soska Sisters return with their pointed and bloody remake of David Cronenberg’s Rabid
The Sonata conjures horror through a violin composition which has the power to raise hell
In Henry Jacobson’s Bloodline, Seann William Scott plays a man divided between his love for his family and for serial killing
Adam Egypt Mortimer’s psychological horror shows a young student’s struggle with past trauma, inner demons and a legacy of madness
David Gregory’s doc shows how Dan Curtis’ Sixties TV series transformed both the soap opera & the vampire myth
Padraig Reynolds’ slippery home invasion creature feature frames a divorced mother’s mental breakdown as genre
Dima Ballin’s documentary traces the life of one of Britain’s youngest and shortest-lived filmmakers
Seven co-eds get lost in the Massachusetts woodlands, where historical malevolences and misogynies persist
There’s something meh about Mary, Michael Goi’s floating (then sinking) haunted boat movie