An undocumented immigrant working as a nanny in New York faces supernatural forces in Nikyatu Jusu's spell-binding and assured feature debut.
Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet play a pair of young cannibals on a trans-America road trip in Luca Guadagnino's sweet, squelchy horror romance.
By Anton Bitel
Filmmaking duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead discover an ominous paranormal entity in their meta fifth feature.
A holiday rental turns into a nightmare for a young woman in Zach Cregger's horror debut.
The biggest surprise of this low-key horror trilogy capper is how much better it is that its crummy, cash-in predecessors.
Parker Finn’s debut redeems the Trauma Horror movie with ferocious focus and demented humour.
Hanna Bergholm's directorial debut is a cracking, artfully-crafted creature feature set in a gaudy suburban dollhouse.
Halina Reijn's amusing debut feature satirises Gen Z nihilism but doesn't have much to say about the pop culture stereotypes it depicts.
By Sarah Cleary
Extreme surgery replaces sex in body horror maestro David Cronenberg’s ambitious blends of science fiction and film noir.
A cautionary tale about environmental exploitation veers into predictability in Lee Haven Jones' slow-burn directorial debut.
By Leila Latif
Malevolent conwoman Esther gets a backstory in this strangely overdue and unintentionally funny prequel to the 2009 hit.
By Carol Grant
A group of teenagers at a gay conversion camp face off against a sinister threat in John Logan's misjudged would-be slasher.
A lean monster-slasher B-movie set in the Predator universe that’s a highlight of an extremely patchy franchise.
By Rogan Graham
A brother and sister attempt to record proof of extra-terrestrial life in Jordan Peele’s ambitious, expertly-crafted blockbuster.
By Anton Bitel
Scott Derrickson returns to his horror roots with this story of a pre-teen who faces off against a sinister serial killer, with help from his previous victims.
A birthday party turns into the weekend from hell for the man of the hour in Andrew Gaynord’s horror-tinged social satire.
By Erin Brady
Lo-fi genre maestro Rob Savage returns with a truly repellant new variety of horror Scream Queen.