Jérémie Guez’s A Bluebird In My Heart is an elegant slow-burn noir whose ex-con protagonist remains a prisoner to his own brooding masculinity
Linus de Paoli’s A Young Man With High Potential is a story of love, crime and incel hell
Jon Knautz’s class-conscious ‘bunny boiler’ thriller The Cleaning Lady always excludes itself from the ideal life that it showcases.
Owen Long’s debut Seeds is a gothic, tragic tale of angels and insects, monsters and madness.
We talk to the makers of Turbo Kid about blending The Goonies and Goosebumps for their dark throwback Summer Of 84
We talk to the minds behind Arrow Video FrightFest about what makes the horror festival so special
A boarding school is attacked by monsters in the first trailer for British horror comedy Slaughterhouse Rulez
Vincenzo Natali casts three more for his In The Tall Grass movie
The trailer for Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich earns that red-band status
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
Westworld and Fargo’s Zahn McClarnon joins Doctor Sleep, while Hallorann and Wendy have also been cast
Horror comedy web series Netfl!x And Kill will hit Hex Studios’ YouTube channel this weekend
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
You can’t unsee the new trailer for Slender Man
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
In Anthony Scott Burns’ reimagining of Ghost From The Machine, rearing a broken family requires raising the dead
We talk to genre legend Mick Garris about his new anthology horror Nightmare Cinema
James Wan teases a horror Night At The Museum with Annabelle 3
Greg Nicotero is making a new anthology TV series based on Romero and King’s classic Creepshow
Paratroopers find gruesome Nazi supernatural madness just before D-Day in Bad Robot’s Overlord trailer
Can the Unfriended sequel match the grisly desktop shocks of its predecessor?
Summer of 84 Fantasia 2018 first look review: killer next door retro horror from the makers of Turbo Kid
RKSS’ latest nostalgia piece slowly, slyly subverts its own rose-tinted affection for Eighties cinema and suburbia
Anya Taylor-Joy, George MacKay and Charlie Heaton star in horror mystery The Secret Of Marrowbone
Dominique Rocher’s feature debut pits one alienated man against a world of zombies beyond
A perfect murder doesn’t go according to plan in psychosexual two-hander Piercing