Horror

Nanny

By Zahra AlHadad

An undocumented immigrant working as a nanny in New York faces supernatural forces in Nikyatu Jusu's spell-binding and assured feature debut.

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Bones and All

By Hannah Strong

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.

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Something in the Dirt

By Anton Bitel

Filmmaking duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead discover an ominous paranormal entity in their meta fifth feature.

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Barbarian

By Charles Bramesco

A holiday rental turns into a nightmare for a young woman in Zach Cregger's horror debut.

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Halloween Ends

By David Jenkins

The biggest surprise of this low-key horror trilogy capper is how much better it is that its crummy, cash-in predecessors.

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Smile

By Charles Bramesco

Parker Finn’s debut redeems the Trauma Horror movie with ferocious focus and demented humour.

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Hatching

By Marina Ashioti

Hanna Bergholm's directorial debut is a cracking, artfully-crafted creature feature set in a gaudy suburban dollhouse.

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Bodies Bodies Bodies

By Hannah Strong

Halina Reijn's amusing debut feature satirises Gen Z nihilism but doesn't have much to say about the pop culture stereotypes it depicts.

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Crimes of the Future

By Sarah Cleary

Extreme surgery replaces sex in body horror maestro David Cronenberg’s ambitious blends of science fiction and film noir.

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The Feast

By Marina Ashioti

A cautionary tale about environmental exploitation veers into predictability in Lee Haven Jones' slow-burn directorial debut.

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Orphan: First Kill

By Leila Latif

Malevolent conwoman Esther gets a backstory in this strangely overdue and unintentionally funny prequel to the 2009 hit.

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They/Them

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.

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Prey

By David Jenkins

A lean monster-slasher B-movie set in the Predator universe that’s a highlight of an extremely patchy franchise.

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Nope

By Rogan Graham

A brother and sister attempt to record proof of extra-terrestrial life in Jordan Peele’s ambitious, expertly-crafted blockbuster.

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The Black Phone

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.

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All My Friends Hate Me

By Adam Woodward

A birthday party turns into the weekend from hell for the man of the hour in Andrew Gaynord’s horror-tinged social satire.

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Dashcam

By Erin Brady

Lo-fi genre maestro Rob Savage returns with a truly repellant new variety of horror Scream Queen.

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