A genre masterpiece, this Swedish film by Tomas Alfredson relies on a muted color pallet and frighteningly good performances to create a moody ambiance that breaks the mold of vampire films. A lonely adolescent befriends a young vampire and together they wreak bloody havoc.

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Edgar White’s new film oscillates between the glamour of 1960s London and a splintering supernatural horror film. This new British thriller made waves this year with an all-star cast and a compelling story about two women whose lives overlap through mysterious time-defying forces.

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Set in Taiwan during the “White Terror” period of martial law, a high school girl awakens in an empty school only to find that her entire community has been abandoned except for one other student. Soon they realize that they have entered a realm filled with vengeful spirits and hungry ghosts.

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In this Japanese thriller, a widower schemes to find love but finds his dream woman to be a hellish nightmare. Director Takashi Miike’s film starts off feeling like a heartwarming romantic comedy before descending into grisly and terrifying chaos.

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We’re so excited to show a lost Romero film — The Amusement Park… no it wasn’t shot at Kennywood (we checked). It’s a low-budget horror film about an elderly man having a hellish day at the old West View Park. Previously believed to be lost, it was re-discovered and restored in 2017 and has a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Michael Myers is evil personified in John Carpenter’s low-budget slasher film that we would argue is one the creepiest and scariest films ever made. And though it’s been remade and then remade again, nothing really beats the original. (1978)

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Even if you’ve never seen The Shining, you can probably quote it. It’s that iconic. And how could it not be when it’s directed by Kubrick and stars Jack Nicholson? This psychological thriller takes place in an empty, isolated hotel where the caretaker is driven mad by a sinister presence.

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One of director Dario Argento’s greatest works, this Italian horror classic stars a black gloved killer and a truly horrifying mechanized doll that will haunt your dreams. Set to a soundtrack by Goblin, this is one that will stick with you. (1975)

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Roald Dahl’s classic book took new life in the movie version starring Angelica Hutson as a Grand High Witch who turns our hero Luke into a mouse, who must navigate a giant world created by the genius of Jim Henson in an unforgettable classic. 

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