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best horror movie

5. Hounds of Love

Released: May 12
Cast: Emma Booth, Ashleigh Cummings, Stephen Curry
Director: Ben Young
Why it’s great: A young woman is abducted by a monstrous husband & wife — who have clearly killed before — and does all she can to stay alive (or escape) by generating suspicions between her two captors. Loosely based on actual events, this stark Australian import may sound wildly familiar to those who appreciate crime fiction, but this film manages to hook you early and suck you in like quicksand, thanks in large part to some great actors, but also because of Mr. Young’s gradual, persistent escalation of tension.
Where to watch it: Rent via Amazon, iTunes, and Vudu

4. The Devil’s Candy

Released: March 17
Cast: Ethan Embry, Shiri Appleby, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Kiara Glasco
Director: Sean Byrne (The Loved Ones)
Why it’s great: In The Devil’s Candy, a pleasant family moves into a Texas farmhouse only to butt heads (repeatedly) with the home’s former owner. It doesn’t take long for the lean, mean stalker movie to erupt with terror. Is The Devil’s Candy a haunted-house story, a psycho-dad story, or an occult horror story? Sort of all three, and the eerie ambiguity makes it so interesting. With tension that percolates for 60 straight minutes, this movie boasts a great Ethan Embry performance, a few well-crafted scares, and some ass-kickin’ heavy-metal tunes.
Where to watch it: Rent on iTunes, Amazon, YouTube, and VOD

3. Prevenge

Released: March 24
Cast: Alice Lowe, Kate Dickie, Gemma Whelan
Director: Alice Lowe
Why it’s great: Not every slasher flick stars a 7ft dude in a mask. Alice Lowe, star of the sadistic comedy Sightseers, makes her directorial debut with this dark and amusing movie. Prevenge follows a very pregnant and (very) unhinged woman who appears to be on a murder spree. It doesn’t take long for the viewer to realize that there’s a maternal method to her madness. Prevenge adds a unique shade to the horror-comedy spectrum.
Where to watch it: Stream on Shudder (or via Amazon Prime Video)

2. Raw

Released: March 10
Cast: Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf, Rabah Nait Oufella
Director: Julia Ducournau
Why it’s great: A virginal vegetarian ventures to veterinary school, gets caught up in some truly strange hazing rituals, and quickly comes to reject her meat-shunning ways. Eventually, ground beef and chicken cutlets don’t cut it, and there’s some… cannibalism to speak of. Call Raw a brazen coming-of-age story, a twisted horror movie, a clever indictment of conformity, or one of the darkest college comedies ever made, but this freaky French import is nothing short of fascinating.
Where to watch it: Rent on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, and YouTube

1. Get Out

Released: February 24
Cast: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener, Bradley Whitford
Director: Jordan Peele
Why it’s great: Get Out tackles all sorts of uncomfortable social issues, and does so in a playfully freaky, and frequently insightful, fashion. The movie’s all about a young black guy who heads off with his white girlfriend to meet her oh-so-progressive family, and realizes that something is very wrong with the racial divide in this sleepy little town. Mr. Peele employs suspense and tension throughout most of the movie — with some comedy on the side, of course — and then lowers the hammer with a finale that’s demented fun. Like the best horror flicks, Get Out borrows a little from movie history while forging ahead with a unique perspective. This movie will entertain and make you think.
Where to watch it: Rent on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, and YouTube

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