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Jane's story becomes clearer. Miguel fights through Purge Night in the streets to find more info on Penelope.
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Underrated, underseen, Kevin S. Tenney's 1986 horror WITCHBOARD helped make the Ouija popular again.
The prequel to Tobe Hooper's classic, by French duo Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury, turns up new themes in the iconic killer.
Meg babysits a boy named Ralph in a motel room. Only to discover there's something not quite right with Ralph.
If you're looking for a weird, nasty, creepy little flick that will take you into hell (and maybe not back), THE VOID is your ticket. Straight to hell.
SPLIT is M. Night Shyamalan's best film to date: a tense, thrilling horror that doesn't need blood or ghosts to scare, just the terrifying capacity of what human beings are capable.