The Craft is a work of pure '90s teen rebellion, concentrated in Goth culture, saved by the stellar cast.
Category: 4K Horror
A smartly conceived take on slasher cinema and inner city lore, Candyman's power lies in its lasting social consciousness.
Finding a comfortable place amid the current genre trends, Scream's legacy is preserved in a pedestrian thriller.
There's some nuance to the otherwise campy Ticks, and it's worth it for the effects too.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein stays close to the source material, but it loses itself in overly theatrical production tricks.
The Howling is a ruthless look at social decline, and more chilling for its perspective than its werewolf elements.
A convincing, morbid monster flick, Alligator's script finds the right tone, selling itself on gore, effective tension, and (mostly) successful effects.
The greatest of all werewolf movies, American Werewolf in London is hilarious, but also a sharp allegory of anxiety and trauma.
Late '70s era slasher crud, The Toolbox Murders struggles to make any point as it exploits women for its cause.
Other than a moment of public panic, Halloween Kills provides nothing other than dull formula and nothing to enhance Michael Meyers' maniacal persona.
An uneven holiday horror comedy, Krampus finds its groove in places, but can't sustain the momentum to carry it to feature length.
Unnecessary as it is, Don't Breathe 2 finds a marginally interesting angle in a so-so attempt to build a franchise.