While wearing its inspirations on the sleeve, Emir Ezwan’s patient direction and his audacity to go gore help Roh achieves the unsettling height it aims for.
Little Joe’s ambiguity wouldn’t fool anyone, except for sheer frustrations over the direction of its intriguing sci-fi horror premise.
Amy Seimetz’s vision of an infectious fear of dying is in the no-man’s land between ridiculous and scary.
Blending the director’s B-movie panache with Cage’s brand new charm, it’s a worthy Lovecraftian horror.
Traumatic moments follow a couple of asylum seekers into their new home in England—manifesting in a clever, painful horror reflecting the bleak side of survivor’s guilt.
Zu Quirke’s full-feature directorial debut brings sibling rivalry to a popcorn psychological thriller with a satisfying ending for a weak journey.
Story-wise, Pelukis Hantu is all over the place; but, the audacity to tell a dire story of personal, also collective, trauma is respectful.
Between generational gap, culture clash, and actual superstition, Evil Eye’s goal is only attainable with enough ambiguity which it fails to fully achieve.
The Lie gives away and apparently gives up its frustratingly legit thriller just by coming up with such a title.
Black Box spits out its references loudly and still it delivers a thrilling yet melancholic horror.
The titular babysitter is virtually absence for most of the movie but what’s left of the first movie basically made up this sequel with nonsensical plot. The gory overkill, though, is an overjoy.
Nothing particularly new or too old to zombie apocalypse tropes in #Alive except for the power of social media almighty.
There is enough food for everyone; but, those on top of the structure is hungered by worry while everyone underneath is hungered by those people. That’s how The Platform works.
Leigh Whannel continues his brilliant portfolio with a high-concept horror combining gaslighting drama of a controlling partner with tech-horror.
With Ayat 2, Timo Tjahjanto has made the Sumarian demons from Necronomicon feast over the nastiness of it.