Guillermo del Toro lends his production expertise to a deeply atmospheric and disturbing creature feature in Antlers.
Ethan Hawke plays a super creepy villain in the new supernatural horror film The Black Phone from Blumhouse and director Scott Derrickson.
The Scream reboot film is set to introduce the iconic Ghostface serial killer to a new generation of scared teens.
The famed survival horror video game franchise receives a new movie adaptation with this year’s Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City and it looks faithful to the source material.
“Till death do us part” is the twisted omen that lingers throughout this film. In an eerie horrorscape built on the punishment of women, Till Death is a nuanced and enlightening take on feminist horror.
Wan claims to have gone back to his roots while keeping things fresh for audiences in his latest unique horror film, Malignant.
A schoolteacher with a sketchy past and his family get thrown into a twist-filled thrill-ride that really delivers in Coming Home in the Dark.
Come Play is a horror film with profound themes, but its concept is too silly to be taken seriously.
Nicolas Cage stars in what looks like one of the most ridiculously-good films of his career in Prisoners of the Ghostland.
The A24 team are looking to outdo themselves once again with what could be their weirdest horror film yet in Lamb, starring Noomi Rapace.
Netflix’s Blood Red Sky features an interesting take on the classic plane hijacking thriller by adding a vampire element but unfortunately loses itself by the end.
Larry, the terrifying monster, seeks a friend in the unique horror movie Come Play starring Gillian Jacobs.
M. Night Shyamalan’s Old takes a horrifying premise and keeps the audience on edge until, in classic fashion, a big twist reveals all.
James Wan is back directing an original horror film with Malignant, which follows a woman who has terrifying visions only to find out that her horrific dreams are real.
With a loose narrative, lack of suspense or scares, and an untidy script, False Positive ends up being an uninteresting thriller.