“It's the genre that never dies.”
George A. Romero, American-Canadian filmmaker and editor
Horror Feature

I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House

A nervous nurse who scares easily finds herself caring for an ailing horror novelist while living in a house with hidden secrets.

Shawn Conner

If the movie were half as good as its title, it would be pretty awesome. As it stands, or lurches, writer/director Osgood Perkins’ second film is an atmospheric slow-burner. By not following standard haunted house tropes, it will thrill or frustrate viewers, depending on how much they like their expectations met.

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For Diehard Fans

These might not be getting 88% on Rotten Tomatoes, but at least some horror movie critics agree that there’s something - maybe a performance, a scene or the climax - that makes it worth watching.
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Horror Anthologies

Horror lends itself to the anthology format, where new filmmakers can try out new techniques and ideas on a lower budget, and in bloody-minded company.
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TV Horror

Horror in serial form, TV-sized but still scary.
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Subversive Scares

Flipping the Genre on its Head