We all know the "monster-next-door" trope...but how do you handle the situation when you're something of a monster yourself?
A family drama masquerading as a thriller, more about heartbreak and relationships than excitement, and perhaps the best of the year.
The Hallow isn't likely to win any awards for freshness or originality, but that doesn't mean it's not a hell of a lot of fun.
A film that will doubtless please those who like their horror noisy and intense, but beyond the excellent performances, it didn't seem like there was much substance present.
A remarkable and beautiful meditation on the subject of death, that begins with one of the most striking lines in cinema history.
An engrossing character study of anxiety, dragged down a bit by a typical horror movie plot.