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Horror

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Lights Out Review

David S. Sandberg stretches the premise of his short film to feature length, producing crowd-pleasing scares.

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  • 23rd August 2016
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Green Room Review

Anton Yelchin and his punk pals find themselves trapped by a gang of neo-Nazis, lead by Patrick Stewart.

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  • 2nd May 2016
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10 Cloverfield Lane Review

Mary Elizabeth Winstead finds herself trapped in John Goodman’s bunker in this Cloverfield spin-off.

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  • 24th March 2016
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Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse Review

Tye Sheridan’s boy scout takes on the zombie apocalypse in this horror comedy.

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  • 8th November 2015
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The Visit Review

M. Night Shyamalan returns to horror with this stripped down, found footage effort.

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  • 15th September 2015
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The Gift Review

Joel Edgerton directs and stars in this thriller about a loner who stalks a troubled married couple, played by Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall.

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  • 16th August 2015
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The Voices Review

Ryan Reynolds proves he’s better suited to weirder fare in Marjane Satrapi’s offbeat dark comedy The Voices.

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  • 24th March 2015
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It Follows Review

David Robert Mitchell subverts some well-worn slasher tropes in smart, haunting horror It Follows.

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  • 4th March 2015
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The Babadook Review

Australian writer/director Jennifer Kent announces herself as an exciting new talent with her feature film debut The Babadook.

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  • 27th October 2014
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EIFF 2014: Let Us Prey Review

Liam Cunningham and Polyanna McIntosh star in Brian O’Malley’s rural genre flick.

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  • 10th July 2014
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