Some were good - some were not so good
  1. SOUTHBOUND - good solid anthology film based around a haunted stretch of highway in the California desert
    500dd723 f22a 40b6 9530 10effafb0bdb
  2. FRANKENSTEIN (2015) Xavier Samuel plays the monster in this surprisingly touching version which is set in modern day Los Angeles
    72996b6c 3e24 4dac b650 5d65ec4451a5
  3. BASKIN - crazy disturbing Turkish film that I didn't really understand, but loved anyway. Made me dizzy and queasy and very uneasy - don't miss it if you like your scary movies "challenging"
    B1361669 5bef 402d 944a 94d794d09f49
  4. THE DEVILS CANDY - super fun head banging horror with a truly terrifying villian
    9c0fc69f c0be 4f2f 969e 268ecd2e560e
  5. CHERRY TREE - Awful Irish witch pic - I walked out
    9aa984c7 11d9 4952 a423 f6701e5581fa
  6. EMELIE - a tense bad babysitter thriller that had way more potential than what it delivered (or maybe it was great and the horrible "flashbacks" just made me grumpy)
    81936d82 bce1 4107 81c8 0d5042f14076
  7. THE HALLOW - kinduv fun (ish) but nothing you haven't seen before if you like horror movies
    88c52a9b 67de 4190 82db 0fd12ca0f3ba
  8. THE PACK - wild dogs (that weren't as scary as I wanted them to be) terrorize a rural Australian family
    9f5facdb 2815 4ff3 8fa2 a5c342c8a172
  9. PIECES - sleazy good fun from 1982
    D2b89c2f f17d 4571 89e7 550c84fbfa5d
  10. SUMMER CAMP - Spanish take on the "camp counselors infected with a virus" genre - staring Jocelin (HOUSE OF THE DEVIL) Donahue
    870774b1 bb90 4075 863f 2f71d9e83fd3
  11. SHREW'S NEST - okay, I actually saw this at Sitges - but it played at Scary Movies as well and it's worth checking out
    0e74620d 81d0 4bf2 8525 566164549f32