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"Found footage" horror seeking the truth behind the murders of a family at an isolated house in the woods.
When the past comes calling, don't pick up the phone...
A girl starts to hear voices in the hidden basement of a mansion her father is restoring.
Death tries to correct the balance after a premonition saves a group of workers from a bridge collapse.
Is horror movie addict Charley Brewster’s suave new nextdoor neighbour Jerry Dandridge really an evil vampire responsible for a string of recent deaths?
An enigmatic stranger may not be as much of a godsend as he first appears to a lonely mum and her daughters.
An old inn is about to shut its doors for the final time and two of its employees get more than they bargain for when they go ghost hunting.
Criminals subject a family to a night of terror.
A hitman's moral compass becomes badly skewed.
Mountain climbers become caught up in a game of cat and mouse after discovering a kidnapped girl buried in the wilderness.
Twisted romance with a vampiric edge.
As a psycho killer lurks in the woods, a group of nervous people might represent a bigger threat to each other.
After being murdered, bishop St Niklas seeks revenge every 32 years by giving the parents and children a Christmas they will never forget.
UK horror on a military base.
A group of student filmmakers get more than they bargained for when tangling with a man tasked with protecting Norway from giant trolls.
A warren of tunnels beneath Berlin holds trouble for a group of thrill-seekers.
A Texas gospel singer and her boyfriend find themselves caught up in a bizarre ceremony of pagan rites.
A successful country lawyer captures and attempts to "civilise" a woman he finds in the woods.
Man in the No We talk to Pablo Larraín about his Oscar-nominated film.
Sundance Day Six: Focus Forward Competition winners Innovation and emerging documentary voices, as winners take home $200,000 in prize money.
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