Split across the 19th and 21st century a ‘bridge’ between the two times is uncovered and sought after by a clandestine organisation.
Taissa Farmiga is on form reprising her role as Sister Irene but that isn’t enough to save the ninth film in The Conjuring universe.
Anthony Waller’s Lower Saxony-set modern fairytale confounds the psychological and the supernatural while disinterring an old legend
In Xavier Gens’ Thai-set hyperviolent revenger, an eternal outsider must fight to escape his criminal past and recover a normal family life.
Michael Hurst’s multimediated metamovie switches between different nighttime TV programmes all telling the same apocalyptic story.
Graham Hughes’ found-footage multiverse mystery sends documentarians on a quest to find a missing woman and a better world
Joe Stephenson’s campy gothic adaptation is equally class- and self-conscious, transitioning from social drama to possession horror
Sarah Appleton and Jasper Sharp’s cross-cultural documentary traces the origins and influences of a Japanese horror genre.
Maximilian Erlenwein’s breathless thriller traps an experienced diver under water, with her estranged sister her only lifeline.
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In Bishal Dutta’s horror hybrid, It Lives Inside, an adolescent Indian-American risks losing her own soul to cultural conformity
Quarxx’s eschatological epic confronts its sinful characters with the Hell waiting just on the other side of the door.
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.
New York City. Mutated by ooze, four sewer-dwelling martial-arts proficient teenage turtles decide to battle evil to win the approval of humans – but find the major threat to the city comes from Superfly, another mutant.
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