The clock is ticking when you seek shelter in an isolated, abandoned cabin that may not be as ... dead... as you thought. Can you escape in time?
The latest in the Wrong Turn horror franchise, is the best yet.
A young couple's suburban dream becomes a nightmare.
Ant Timpson directs this Indie horror starring Elijah Wood
An Australian slasher film to keep the horror buffs more than satisfied
A collection of fresh, original short zombie stories, told in first person throughout different periods of the apocalypse.
Jordan Peele's follow up to his Oscar-winning directorial debut, Get Out, Us has received almost universal critical acclaim and made a killing at the box-office.
Robert Pattinson stars in this English-language sci-fi from French auteur, Claire Denis.
Based on the novel by Pit Agarmen, The Night Eats The World follows Sam (Anders Danielsen Lie), seemingly the only survivor in a zombie-infested Paris who has barricaded himself inside his ex-girlfriend’s apartment. Sam is safe inside the fortified apartment from the flesh-eating monsters outside, so instead of providing the heart-stopping thrills we have come […]
A short collection of eight horror stories taking you beneath innocent appearances, twisted minds and scary monsters, from soft scratches behind the wall, to the paranoia of walking through a crowd and knowing that every single eye is locked on you.
This is the story of a little girl bravely venturing into the Deep Dark Forest to retrieve her puppy, Tinky, but peril awaits at every turn of the page.
A collection of gruesome and sometimes-funny horror stories for teens, written by the man who now writes the new James Bond and Sherlock Holmes stories. Not for the faint-hearted.
A horror/comedy about Eleanor who is presented with the opportunity to teach at a school at the foot of the Snowy Mountains where the previous teacher is missing and the town friar believes Eleanor needs an exorcism.
A dark fairytale that mixes old world monsters with present day horrors when a book dealer is thrown into a quest that sees him face enchanted forests, trolls, secret islands, haunted graveyards and monsters both real and magical.
For what is nominally a horror movie, the new Suspiria is notably ambitious, aiming for a comparatively epic vision.
The sequel we've been yearning for these last four decades.
A dark trip of short horror stories featuring tales of resurrection, of hauntings, of visitations and other supernatural trappings, but the thread that joins the stories and drives the narrative of each is human greed.
Jon Bronson is an outsider, a loner except for his friendship with Chloe. When he is abducted, the world moves on. When Jon returns, four years later, he has changed in a way he can’t explain...
Hanna is her father’s pride and joy who can do no wrong, and she wants to make sure that it stays that way. There is only one problem: Mummy stands in the way.
An exploration of our fascination with the macabre. Is morbid culture really an assault on decency? Can we blame an increase in gory movies and violent video games for a rise in depravity across the world?