Best Horror Movies of This Year (So Far)
During a weekend getaway to Joshua Tree, a group of teenagers find themselves under mental and physical assault from a supernatural entity that mimics their appearances as it completes an ancient ritual.
When Mia, a social media star, becomes the target of an online terror campaign, she has to solve a series of games to prevent people she cares about from getting murdered.
A group of urbex enthusiasts travel to the backwoods of Appalachia to capture footage of abandoned houses, when they unwittingly become the subjects of a much darker video - made by a different kind of "enthusiast".
Whiton University unravels the night a star-athlete is murdered, kicking off a spree of social media slayings that force students to uncover the truth behind the school's hidden secrets and the horrifying meaning of an exclamation point.
A Black Metal music video director wants to make a viking feature with the help of his rocker and biker friends. In the Norse classic Eyrbyggja saga they find an ancient zombie story.
Attack of the Giant Blurry Finger
In this zany, dry, tongue-in-cheek sci-fi horror comedy, a giant blurry finger comes down from outer space and terrorizes a woman, interrupting her lonely night at home.
When a hateful, vitriolic basement dwelling podcaster goes viral, he garners an audience of violent sycophants and incensed enemies - and faces deadly backlash when he's doxxed by activist hackers.
Bloody Nun 2: The Curse
The Bloody Nun is back, this time unleashed on a brothel, will the unholy victims survive the night?
Predation collides with human space as their creation disrupts environmental stability.
When his car breaks down, a quiet loner agrees to clean an abandoned family fun center in exchange for repairs. He soon finds himself waging war against possessed animatronic mascots while trapped inside Willy's Wonderland.