This is one from the annals (heh) of film history. Dating back to 1920, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is a study in psychological horror and set design. Due to its age, it’s in the public domain and is freely available on many different formats… so you basically have no excuse not to see it.
The Hallow is a 2015 horror movie about the Hallow, or the mysterious creatures of folklore that lurk in the woods of rural Ireland. Are the creatures friendly? Well . . . I mean it's a horror movie, you shouldn't need us to tell you that. But hey, we're not here to judge. Click through for that and more!
So you guys. Look. We watched this weird movie none of us had ever heard of because we had trouble finding a Mexican horror movie to watch for Cinco de Mayo. It was a wild ride you should go on with us. Then you should tell us by Twitter or in the comments what movie we should have watched for the holiday.
Black Mountain Side is a 2016 independent Canadian horror movie which was written, directed, and produced all by the same guy. The movie follows the increasing isolation and desperation of workers on a dig site in northern Canada. What's actually going on is left pretty ambiguous. Or maybe not, we argued about that.
The Babadook is a 2014 Australian / Canadian horror movie that was mostly shot in South Africa. Real international this thing. In any case, the movie's about a mom struggling to cope with the death of her husband and with her increasingly socially-challenged young son. She soon finds herself haunted by the terrifying Mr. Babadook. Maybe it's just grief, maybe it's a monster . . . figure out with us by reading the reivew.