2005: The Descent
From the director of DOG SOLDIERS, a bunch of women enter a cave to find darkness, claustrophobia, insanity, and something far more intimidating…
Getting the wheels rolling on the horror satire trend, Behind the Mask folllows a camera crew documenting the day-to-day of a very Voorhees-esque killer and has a number of genre cameos.
From the mind of William Friedkin comes this terrifying little tale of what drugs and paranoia can do to wreak havoc on Michael Shannon and the people who come near him. Not one for the easily perturbed.
An intense horror film that taught me the depths of how much I can stomach before I don’t want to watch anymore. If you’re a genre fan, definitely see once, though I doubt you’d like to again.
2009: Trick R’ Treat
A fun collection of spooky and darkly humorous shorts a la Creepshow from the director of the upcoming Krampus.
2010: Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil
The first on this list that’s more comedy than horror, this movie pokes holes in all of your favorite crazed hillbilly killer films.
2011: Attack the Block
A British film about a gang of rough-around-the-edges inner city kids who are forced to face off against a cadre of intimidating aliens in their apartment complex.
2012: The Cabin in the Woods
Joss Whedon’s and Drew Goddard’s sometimes funny, sometimes scary look at the genre.
2013: The Conjuring
A well-acted, atmospheric film based on a true story. Ish.
2014: The Babadook
A very creepy look at a skewed family dynamic and mental/moral decay.
2015: It Follows
Sex ghost, the movie. If you want to know more, check out our review.