Kiyoshi Kurosawa's 2001 techno-horror is a slow-burn waking nightmare that sticks with you long after its end credits. Watch this one with a friend.
The freshest, most enthralling Zombie film in ages belongs to Jeff Barnaby. You've never seen anything like it, and that's overdue for a change.
"So today's lesson is: you kill each other off, til there's only one left. Nothing's against the rules." Two decades later, the original Battle Royale is still unmatched in the genre it coined. Run!
El Orfanato affects an area often left undefended by Horror fans: the heart. It's an elegy, a ghost story, and one of the finest scary movies ever made. Come explore!
What better celebration of Hallowe'en than a Horror movie? Today, six seasonal classics packed into one fantastic anthology.
The nightmare endures because Freddy, like his movie, just refuses to grow old. A modern look at Wes Craven and the secrets of the fourth wall.
The first zombie movie in years to scare me is really something special. The Girl With All The Gifts shines in an overstuffed genre thanks to masterful performances and an uncommon optimism.
Would'st thou like to live deliciously? Day 6(66) is all about The VVitch: a singular, extremely deliberate horror experience. I hope you like goats.
Shudder presents two hours of goofy splatstick B-gore with a meta-horror twist. Best enjoyed with popcorn, friends, and a strong stomach.