Hitchcock truly understood how to best shock, thrill and scare us. Sometimes all at once. The greatest culmination of this is the Psycho shower scene.
Welcome all monsters, ghouls and weirdos to our list of the very best horror movies to watch during Halloween, the greatest holiday of the year!
The Cabin in the Woods is a merciless postmodern deconstruction of the horror genre. A two-way mirror exposing the soul of horror and its audience.
The Witch is a startlingly unique horror from first time director Robert Eggers that has you stepping out from the dark thinking "I love the modern world".
Bone Tomahawk is a pleasingly sardonic Western, laced with surprising amounts of humour and punctuated with moments of extreme gore.
Suicide Club holds a mirror up to the societies and cultures we live in and there's no mirror blacker than Sion Sono's.
I freaking love Dead Snow. But I also place Lake Placid 3 in high regard, therefore I’m just going to list three facts about Dead Snow and you can decide for yourself if this is something you want to watch.
Dark Was the Night (or Monster Hunter) is a grown up creature feature for a depressed generation. God I wish I didn’t live in the middle of nowhere.
Solomon Kane is a bloody ridiculous dollop of Sword & Sort-Of Sorcery that delves deep into the dark heart of 15th century Britain with some surprisingly good results.
Trick 'r Treat is a fantastical, scary and funny update of 70s and 80s horror anthology flicks that provides laughs and chills aplenty.