10 Best Horror Movies

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mother!: Come at us, Internet. You can call Darren Aronofsky’s biblical, batshit scream into the abyss any number of things.

Killing Ground: There are two backwoods locals, the kind with a taste for hunting, too much testosterone and a tendency.

The Blackcoat’s Daughter: As the son of Psycho star Anthony Perkins, writer-director Oz Perkins must be biologically predisposed.

It Comes at Night: Some sort of apocalypse has dropped – don’t worry yourself about the who, what or why, just know.

Split: Those of who saw The Visit (2015) had the curious sensation of thinking that maybe, just maybe.

Get Out: It was the inescapable horror movie of 2017 – both a pitch-perfect throwback to writer-director Jordan Peele’s.

Super Dark Times: Director Kevin Phillips’ impressive feature debut spends two-thirds of its running time as a muted.

Hounds of Love: Anyone familiar with the “Moorhouse Murders” – in which a couple in Perth kidnapped, raped.

The Devil’s Candy: Australian cult filmmaker Sean Byrne belatedly follows up his 2009 splatter classic The Loved Ones.

Raw: Many folks walked in to French director Julia Ducournau’s extraordinary, extreme debut expecting.

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