A bold entry into the rare category of wartime horror films, Ghosts of War features a great young cast with a make-it or break-it final twist.
Describing this is simple, but it’s exactly what the movie is about: Nicolas Cage has to survive against evil and murderous animatronics.
The follow up to 2017’s side scrolling horror puzzle-platformer, Little Nightmares II is full of eerie locations, monstrous inhabitants and adorable hand-holding.
A South Korean zombie horror film tailor made for life in 2020, with a technological twist or two.
From the studio behind Happy Death Day, Freaky is a body-swapping horror/comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton.
An LGBTQ+ horror/thriller film starring Jeffry Bowyer-Chapman and Ari Cohen, similar in tone to Get Out.
Julian Richings and Shelia McCarthy star as a grieving couple, who want to reverse exorcise their deceased grandson’s soul into an unborn child.
A horror movie set in the X-Men universe, and the final entry in the X-Men movie franchise.
An adaption of Clive Barker’s horror stories, Books of Blood widely misses the mark.
Acting as a creepy mortician, Clancy Brown anchors a horror anthology that has no poor segments.
Brandon Cronenberg invokes his father’s style for a sci-fi/horror/thriller experience you won’t soon forget.
Angus Macfayden “takes care” of an amnesiac man and woman in his decrepit hospital in this horror flick from Rob Grant.