500 Days Of Film Reviews Pet Sematary Starring Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz And John Lithgow
500 Days Of Film Reviews Assassination Nation Starring Odessa Young, Abra, Suki Waterhouse And Hari Nef
500 Days Of Film Reviews Ten Of The Best Horror Movies On Amazon Prime
500 Days Of Film Reviews Velvet Buzzsaw Starring Jake Gyllenhaal And Rene Russo
500 Days Of Film Reviews What Keeps You Alive Starring Brittany Allen and Hannah Emily Anderson
500 Days Of Film Reviews The Horror Of The Senses In Cinema
500 Days Of Film Reviews Bird Box Starring Sandra Bullock, Trevante Rhodes, Sarah Paulson and John Malkovich
500 Days Of Film Reviews Halloween Starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer And Andi Matichak
500 Days Of Film Reviews Apostle Starring Dan Stevens, Mark Lewis Jones, Lucy Boynton And Michael Sheen
500 Days Of Film Reviews Malevolent Starring Florence Pugh, Ben Lloyd-Hughes And Scott Chambers
500 Days Of Film Reviews The Borderlands Starring Gordon Kennedy And Robin Hill
500 Days Of Film Revists Wes Craven’s Classic Horror, Scream, Starring Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette
500 Days Of Film Selects The Best Horror Movies Of The Past 31 Years
500 Days Of Film Reviews John Carpenter’s Sci Fi Horror Classic - The Thing
500 Days Of Film Reviews Cube, Starring Nicole de Boer, Maurice Dean Wint And David Hewlett
500 Days Of Film Reviews The Endless Starring Aaron Moorhead And Justin Benson
500 Days Of Film Reviews Hereditary Starring Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne, Alex Wolff And Milly Shapiro
500 Days Of Film Reviews Five Stunning Films About Grief
500 Days Of Film Reviews A Ghostly Classic - The Orphanage
500 Days Of Film Reviews Truth Or Dare Starring Lucy Hale And Tyler Posey
500 Days Of Film Reviews A Quiet Place Starring Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Millicent Simmonds And Noah Jupe
500 Days Of Film Reviews Thelma Starring Eili Harboe, Kaya Wilkins And Henrik Rafaelsen
500 Days Of Film Reviews Ghost Stories Starring Andy Nyman, Paul Whitehouse, Alex Lawther And Martin Freeman
500 Days Of Film Reviews Annihilation Starring Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh And Oscar Isaac.
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror Thriller, Happy Death Day, Staring Jessica Rothe
500 Days Of Film Reviews The Open House Starring Dylan Minnette And Piercey Dalton
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror Mystery, The Autopsy Of Jane Doe, Starring Brian Cox And Emile Hirsch
500 Days Of Film Reviews The Best Horror Films In 2017
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror, Annabelle Creation, Starring Anthony LaPaglia And Miranda Otto
500 Days Of Film Reviews The Killing Of A Sacred Deer Starring Colin Farell, Nicole Kidman And Barry Keoghan
500 Days Of Film Reviews Gerald’s Game Starring Carla Gugino And Bruce Greenwood
500 Days Of Film Reviews 31 Of The Scariest Horror Films
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror Drama, The Bad Batch, starring Suki Waterhouse, Jason Momoa, Jim Carrey And Keanu Reeves
500 Days Of Film Reviews Darren Aronofsky’s mother!, Starring Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer.
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror Thriller, The Ritual, Starring Rafe Spall
500 Days Of Film Reviews Crime Horror, Death Note, Starring Nat Wolff And Featuring The Voice Of Willem Dafoe
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror Adventure, IT, Starring Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard and Sophia Lillis
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror Comedy, Little Evil, Starring Evangeline Lilly And Adam Scott
500 Days Of Film Reviews Raw, Starring Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf And Rabah Nait Oufella
500 Days Of Film Reviews Found Footage Horror, Blair Witch, Starring James Allen McCune
500 Days Of Film Reviews Personal Shopper, Starring Kristen Stewart
500 Days Of Film Reviews Psychological Horror, It Comes At Night, Starring Joel Edgerton, Carmen Ejogo, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Christopher Abbott And Riley Keough
500 Days Of Film Reviews Thriller, A Cure For Wellness, Starring Dane Dehaan And Jason Isaacs
500 Days Of Film Reviews The Top 5 Horror Films On Amazon Prime Video And Netflix
500 Days Of Film Reviews Revenge Thriller, Oldboy, Starring Min-sik Choi, Ji-tae Yu And Hye-jeong Kang
500 Days Of Film Reviews Thriller, Berlin Syndrome, Starring Teresa Palmer And Max Riemelt
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror/Thriller, Split, Starring James McAvoy And Anya Taylor-Joy
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror, February (AKA The Blackcoat's Daughter), Starring Emma Roberts, Lucy Boynton and Kiernan Shipka
500 Days Of Film Reviews Cinema’s Most Terrifying Monsters
500 Days Of Film Reviews 20 Terrifying Horror Films
500 Days Of Film Reviews The Love Witch, Starring Samantha Robinson
500 Days Of Film Reviews Zombie Horror, Train To Busan, Starring Yoo Gong and Soo-an Kim
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror Thriller, Get Out, Starring Daniel Kaluuya, Alison Williams, Lil Rel Howery and Catherine Keener
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror, Lights Out, Starring Teresa Palmer and Maria Bello
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror Thriller, Frailty, Directed By And Starring Bill Paxton
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror Thriller, I Am Not A Serial Killer, Starring Max Records And Christopher Lloyd
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror Film, The Forest, Starring Natalie Dormer
500 Days Of Film Reviews Christmas Horror, Krampus, Starring Adam Scott And Toni Collette
500 Days Of Film Reviews Supernatural Horror, The Wailing, Starring Jun Kunimura, Jung-min Hwang and Do Won Kwak
500 Days Of Film Reviews Thriller, Dream House, Starring Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz And Naomi Watts
500 Days Of Film Revists Wes Craven’s Classic Horror, Scream, Starring Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror, Ouija: Origins Of Evil, starring Henry Thomas, Elizabeth Reaser, Lulu Wilson And Annalise Basso
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror, Unfriended, Starring Heather Sossaman, Matthew Bohrer and Courtney Halverson
500 Days Of Film Reviews Horror, Under The Shadows, Starring Narges Rashidi And Avin Manshadi.
500 Days Of Film Reviews Spanish Horror, Rec, Starring Manuela Velasco, Ferran Terraza and Jorge-Yamam Serrano
500 Days Of Film Reviews Ocean Horror, The Shallows, starring Blake Lively
500 Days Of Film Reviews Robert Eggers’ Unsettling Indi Horror, The Witch
In New England, 1630, devout English farmer, William (Ralph Ineson), is banished from his colonial plantation.
He moves his wife, Katherine (Kate Dickie), and five children to a plot of land on the edge of an ominous forest.
Things start to go wrong almost immediately. Their crops fail and animals turn malevolent.
Then, a child goes missing.
In amongst the family’s grief and desperation, paranoia and suspicion grows. Is teenage daughter, Thomasin (Anya Taylor-Joy), involved in witchcraft? Is she to blame for the baby’s disappearance?
Or is something more supernaturally evil preying on the family?
500 Days Of Film Reviews New Zealand Horror Comedy, Housebound
Bad tempered delinquent, Kylie Bucknell (Morgana O'Reilly), is forced to return to the house she grew up in when she is placed on home detention.
This punishment is made all the more unbearable by the fact that she has to live there with her mother Miriam.
Unable to go beyond the front gate, she has to wait for hours on end to use the telephone - all the while listening to her mother’s ludicrous theories that the house is haunted.
Kylie initially dismisses her mother's superstitions as nothing more than a conscious distraction from a life occupied by boiled vegetables and small-town gossip. However, when she hears strange noises she, herself, begins to wonder if the house is possessed by a hostile spirit.
500 Days Of Film Reviews Goosebumps And Finds A Monster Movie That's Fun For All The Family
When Zach (Dylan Minnette) moves with his mother Gale (Amy Ryan) from New York to the sleepy town of Madison, Delaware, he despairs that nothing exciting will ever happen to him again.
Things only start to look up when he meets Hannah (Odeya Rush), the friendly and yet mysterious girl next door.
However, Hannah’s father (Jack Black) - equally mysterious but much less friendly - tells Zach to stay away.
Undeterred, the two teens become friends. So, when Zach hears Hannah’s blood curdling screams one night, he does not hesitate to come to her rescue by breaking into her (rather forbidding) house.
What he finds there will unleash horror and chaos on the entire town.
500 Days Of Film Reviews The Mist And Finds A Thought Provoking Stephen King Story And One Very Shocking Ending
A huge mist engulfs a small US community. But This is no ordinary mist. Somewhere within, lurking unseen, are a host of terrifying monsters.
David Drayton (Thomas Jane) finds himself trapped in a supermarket with his son Billy (Nathan Gamble). He, like the rest of the shop’s inhabitants, doesn’t dare leave.
However, he soon questions just where they are safest as tempers fray and inside becomes as dangerous as the mist outside.
500 Days Of Film Reviews Rare Exports And Finds A Brilliantly Creepy Christmas Classic
It's Christmas Eve in Finland and a US archaeological dig has just uncovered something startling.
Buried deep underground, frozen in a huge block of ice, is the real Father Christmas.
However, this is not your typical Santa - no this creature is far scarier than that.
Far from warm and cuddly - this Santa is a reindeer slaying force to be reckoned with and he is out to punish anyone who has been naughty.
When young Pietari (wonderfully portrayed by Onni Tommila) realises that Santa has kidnapped all of the children in his village he knows it is time to take drastic action.
500 Days Of Film Reviews Drag Me To Hell And Finds That You Should Always Give Spooky Old Women Loan Extensions...
Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) is a loan officer in a small Los Angeles bank.
She is up for a promotion. However, her scheming colleague, Stu, is also in contention for the job.
The trouble is that Christine is just too nice and her boss is unsure that she can make tough decisions.
Thinking that she needs to act tough if she is to make progress in her career, Christine refuses an old gypsy lady (Lorna Raver) an extension on her home loan.
Big mistake. Huge.
The gypsy woman puts a curse on Christine - a curse that will, if she can’t stop it, see her dragged to hell in just three short days.
500 Days Of Film Reviews The Conjuring And Isn’t Scared At All… Honestly
When the Perron family and their (many) daughters move into a new house they feel inspired by the new life that awaits them. More space, fresh country air and a home to make lots of new family memories in.
However, their optimism is short lived. Strange things start to happen in the house. Bumps in the night, strange noises, stopped clocks and nasty rotting smells.
Terrified, the family seeks the help of two well known and experienced paranormal investigators - Ed and Lorraine Warren.
What the Warrens find in the house will push them to their very limits.
This is a true story...
500 Days Of Film Reviews Found Footage Horror, Creep, Starring Patrick Brice And Mark Duplass
500 Days Of Film Reviews Stoker And Finds A Film That’s Both Visually Beautiful And Also Deeply Twisted
On India’s (Mia Wasikowska) 18th birthday her beloved father, Richard (Dermot Mulroney), dies in a car accident.
She is left to grieve alone - barely connecting with her unstable mother (Nicole Kidman) who remains cold and distant.
At Richard’s funeral, India is intrigued by the appearance of the charming and mysterious Charlie (Matthew Goode) - an Uncle that she never knew existed.
Both unnerved and yet also infatuated by Charlie, India soon starts to wonder about her Uncle’s dark and twisted intentions.
500 Days Of Film Reviews Sightseers And Finds The Darkest Of Dark, Twisty Comedies
Desperate to get away from her mother’s oppressive clutches, Tina (Alice Lowe) decides to go on a week long caravan trip with her boyfriend Chris (Steve Oram).
The holiday has been meticulously planned as Chris wants to show Tina his world.
This includes such wonders of the UK Midlands as the Tram museum at Crich and the Cumberland Pencil Museum.
Chris wants the holiday to be perfect. But his anger and resentment (for the people he meets and at his own life) cannot be contained - leading the couple down a dark and murderous path.