What if you got trapped on a ski lift? Hatchet director Adam Green takes that question and lets the helpless reality set in.
While the bizarre tale of a human-animal hybrid didn't draw huge crowds, it was the stuff of nightmares for horror fans.
Temper the urge to put a baseball bat through your best friend's head after watching this overlooked new-gen horror gem.
This thinking man's horror flick is arguably Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa's masterpiece.
William Peter Blatty gives us a terrifying sequel that you won't be calling pointless after its shocking decapitation scene.
Uneasy spirits and restrained terror haunt every beautiful frame of this horror classic about two (possessed?) orphans.
Director George Ratliff's Joshua builds on the fear of inherent evil, as embodied by a gifted 8-year-old who's a masterful piano player.
A groovy seventies prog-rock soundtrack. Supernatural mystery. Daria Nicolodi. What more could you ask for?
The late director Satoshi Kon showed us that Japanese anime isn't just for social misfits in this superb psychological thriller.
Check out the melting faces of Satan worshippers at a black mass gone awry, and do your best not to lose your lunch.