Are you one of those difficult-to-scare types? So, I believe we’ll be able to come up with something for you. You may believe you can handle horror films because you’ve watched them all and nothing has scared you yet. You’ve seen Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street, as well as far too many Halloweens to keep track of. You’ve visited creepy hostels and cottages in the woods, as well as the last home on the left.
1. Sea Fever (2019): Neasa Hardiman’s Sea Fever is a 2019 science fiction horror film starring Hermione Corfield, Dougray Scott, and Connie Nielsen. The story revolves around the crew of a stranded fishing trawler who is threatened by a parasitic ailment.
2. The Evil in Us (2016): A group of pals goes to a remote cabin for a weekend of sex, drugs, and carefree fun, only for things to go awry. You’ve probably heard this one before.
3. 28 Days Later (2002): Danny Boyle’s 2002 film, in our opinion, is the most groundbreaking film in the category. Why? FAST ZOMBIES, in two words. Purists of the Romero School may disagree, but when the Infected began chasing Cillian Murphy through London’s streets at breakneck speed, our collective heart rates rose just as rapidly.
4. Southbound (2016): This smart horror anthology ties together five separate stories—each with its own writer and director—that are connected in subtle ways around a roadside hotel. The stories stand alone as terrifying vignettes, but they also function as fragments of a broader story, and they succeed in implying a bigger picture than the sum of the bits on the screen.
5. The Nightingale (2018): This terrible period picture follows a young lady on a voyage of revenge and vindication through the untamed bush and harsh culture of 1825 Tasmania, directed by Jennifer Kent of The Babadook fame.
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