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  • braindead
    1992

    Peter JACKSON’S splatter classic features over the top cartoonish gore and effects. Full of slapstick the movie takes a comedic look at the zombie flick.

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  • the vanishing
    1988

    Terrifyingly sinister thriller that builds from the beginning when one of the main characters disappears during a road trip. Elegantly shot with an unforgettable ending.

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  • peeping tom
    1960

    Michael POWELL’S unsettling film features a cameraman whose voyeurism leads him to a creepy violent place.

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  • the changeling
    1980

    George C Scott takes on an extremely haunted house in the suburbs of Seattle. Great pacific northwest vibes and plenty of intensity from Scott in this thriller.

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  • last house on the left
    1972

    Wes CRAVEN’S first film is a down and dirty remake of Bergman’s Virgin Spring. Equal parts hilarious and grotesque this one builds to a satisfying conclusion of revenge.

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  • funny games
    1997

    Michael HANEKE’S thriller distorts conventions and delivers a true psychopath in Paul, its fourth wall breaking antagonist. With a minimal setup and lack of character’s motives or background the film presents a horrifying night which unravels in an unnerving fashion. Haneke plays with viewer expectations and even allows himself to ‘rewind’ scenes and deliver asides to the audience in his film essay on violence in the media.

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  • suspiria
    1977

    Dario AREGNTO’S sublime shocker takes place at a dance school in Freiburg Germany. The movie starts with a bang and builds the suspense as the young Suzy slowly uncovers the mysteries of the school. Plenty of brutal killings and an amazing soundtrack by Italian prog rockers goblin.

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  • carnival of souls
    1962

    low budget film beautifully shot and layered with eery organ music and plenty of spooky atmosphere. Precursor and inspiration to Romero’s zombie defining classic night of the living dead.

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  • emergent porosity
    1973

    Nicolas ROEG’S thriller stars Julie Chrystie and Donald Sutherland as an architect working in Venice. They meet a strange woman there who seems to be able to communicate with their deceased young daughter. From there the canals and alleys of Venice slowly become a terrifying cage for their unsettling fears and premonitions.

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  • the thingy
    1982

    John CARPENETER’S horrifying film takes place in a remote research station in Antarctica. Kurt RUSSEL and Wilfred BRIMLEY take on a mysterious organism which destroys the members of the station in ground breakingly gruesome ways.

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