This existential cyber horror on Netflix (UK, US) certainly brings a new meaning to 'Netflix and chill'.
If you liked South Korea's Train to Busan, this Chinese zombie action adventure flick should be your next stop.
50% John Carpenter cool, 30% Hannibal cool, 20% The Raid cool, Black Site's genre-blurring formula is one for '80s lovers.
About a flesh-eating undead ghoul and her relationship with a young blind boy, The Dark is one of the most humane and heart-rending horrors of the year.
This Japanese gem shuffles into the list of the decade's most original zombie movies.
Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll (and also more drugs) go a long way in making this low-budget genre gem a must see.
Nope, not even the wrath of storm Emma and the Beast from the East could put a stop to it...
Serial killers, exorcisms, clowns, the supernatural... this ambitious and chilling Brazilian horror has a bit of everything to kickstart your festive horror viewing.
Amanda is trapped in a limousine. But it’s not all coke and champagne…
Troll Hunter creator turns his directoral hand to English-language crime mystery 'morgue' horror
Don't mess with the pregnant lady.
Sexually transmitted zombies.
Neo-Giallo Francesca gets its English premiere at Horror Channel Frightfest, and in some ways is the film Argento should still be making
Becky gets another chance to see The Final Girls on the big screen.
Another unimpressive stag party horror? Not quite, as Becky finds out.
The first Filipino movie to be shot using green screen is a vampire folklore horror that's as ambitious as it is gory. And there's a lot of gore.
Becky spent a Sunday evening in scrub attire being shouted at and chased by zombies. It was better than watching Poldark with a cuppa and biccy
It’s not all bats, cloaks and cauldrons in Robert Eggers’ 17th century mythological black magic tale The Witch...
Becky sits down for a chat with director of The Witch, Robert Eggers.
A dark underworld of demonic possession, desire, and extreme indulgences.
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