Fails to find the level of wit necessary, yet in spite of so much, Most Horrible Things is compelling, exciting and surprising.
Throwing subtlety aside, Hounded is a straight-up lampoon of the kind of snooty toffs that believe the world is their birthright.
With sleek production and sheer enthusiasm peppered throughout, this is an excellent companion to King’s own words on his craft.
Commitment to authenticity creates a genuinely foreboding, oppressive climate that engulfs The Witch and its characters.
Packed with big ideas that outshine its minimal budget, this Troma is daring, interesting and resolutely not for everyone.
For fans of action with a twist of gore and a knowing wink, the laugh-out-loud Prey has a genuine sense of fun at its heart.
Both authentic and reverent of the genre’s greatest hits, Night Caller is as gleefully distasteful as the films that inspired it.
A delirious trip into the culture of the terminally online, with a sense of unease that's repellent and deeply relatable.
Interesting and intense directorial choices find the sweet spot where absurdity, anxiety and satisfaction coexist in harmony.
Peppered with deadpan comedy, Agnes is a film of two halves that examines faith, loss, and what it truly means to be possessed.
Creepy set pieces compound sequences that build to crescendo and do not relent, while quiet moments offer little solace.
A cautionary tale for the post-Weinstein generation that lampoons the futility of Hollywood’s facile approach to money-grubbing in all of its glory.