With top-notch sound design and strong child performances, Annabelle: Creation is a welcome addition to a rather healthy Conjuring universe.
Raw is a delicious feminist French indie film with clever symbolism and an original story.
It Comes At Night is a daring, unconventional and inventive little indie horror-drama that will not be everyone’s cup of tea.
The Mummy is too preoccupied with building Universal’s Dark Universe that it fails to kick start the very universe it’s trying to build.
Alien: Covenant greatly benefits from adopting many different genres to create a prequel that more closely resembles Alien and Aliens than Prometheus.
Jordan Peele’s commentary on race, his mix of horror comedy and the trippy visuals make Get Out a modern horror classic.
The only thing scary in Rings is the fact that people still watch VHS tapes.