Crappy performances, overused shock tactics and poorly-developed characters result in a film impossible to take seriously.
The Babadook knows what the monster under the bed really means.
A specimen of insidious, creeping terror that burrows its way into your brain and haunts your nightmares for weeks.
The found-footage fad needs to die already, and here's my first piece of evidence.
Dustin Mills combines performance, photography and sound to create a palpable feeling of madness. Insanity wafts from the film like the smell of rot rising from a pile of trash.
An intriguing but flawed work that explores a haunting from the ghost's point of view.
Sleep paralysis and folklore provide a vehicle for exploring emotional fallout and family turmoil in this low-key Swedish horror.