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By Alec Bojalad, Mike Cecchini, Don Kaye, Elizabeth Rayne
The Cabin in the Woods features five college friends renting… a cabin in the woods. In classic horror fashion, soon things begin to go awry.
THE CABIN IN THE WOODS
The film then doles out some of the many tricks it has up its sleeve in a funny, and yet still creepy breakdown of horror tropes.
Hereditary follows Annie Graham (Toni Collette), who begins to realize that she may have inherited a mental illness from her late mother…or something worse.
Hereditary is terrifying because it asks a deceptively simple but truly creepy question: what do we really inherit from our family?
The Lighthouse is a descent into watery psychological madness, seasoned with a heavy dollop of Lovecraftian horror.
Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe are brilliant as the mentally crumbling guardians of the title structure.
Overlord picks up on the eve of D-Day when a paratrooper quad is sent in behind enemy lines to destroy a German radio tower located in an old church.
Their plane is shot down and only a handful survivors land. Those who do will soon discover that the horror has just begun.
Part straight up horror, part The Wicker Man, and part anthropological study, Midsommar seems to occupy many genres all at once.
Whatever genre Midsommar is, it is a brilliant, and at times deeply disturbing film.
A Quiet Place
The film follows a survivalist family in a post-apocalyptic world populated by blind creatures that possess a devastatingly strong sense of hearing.
The formula of A Quiet Place is destined to be oft-repeated for a reason. Horror really works when you’re unable to scream.
Dakota Johnson stars as a woman who enrolls in a prestigious Berlin dance academy that also happens to be run by a coven of witches.
Suspiria is not necessarily a remake of the 1977 Italian film of the same name so much as it’s inspired by it.