Top 11 Best Horror Movies Of 2018 So Fear full


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1. Insidious: The Last Key

Top 11 Best Horror Movies Of 2018

Release date: January 5

Cast: Lin Shaye, Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson

Director: Adam Robitel (The Taking of Deborah Logan)

Why it’s great: Not every horror, Haunted franchise can squeeze legitimate jolts from its audience on a fourth movie, but there’s always been a low-key sense of quality to the Insidious series. This chapter kicks off with a creepy flashback and then settles in with a basic-yet-engaging ghost story that centers around franchise MVP Lin Shaye (as paranormal investigator Elise Rainier) and how her character became so dang interested in supernatural stuff in the first place hollywood movies 2018.

Where to watch it: iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, etc.

2. Winchester

Release date: February 2

Cast: Helen Mirren, Jason Clarke, Sarah Snook

Director: Michael & Peter Spierig (Daywalkers)

Why it’s great: Yes, you’ve certainly seen this sort of “skeptic in a haunted house” premise before, but when the house is this creepy — and the cast is this impressive — there’s nothing wrong with curling up with a very familiar ghost story Horror movies even if you mostly know where it’s headed. And the twisted house (based on Sarah Winchester’s real San Jose mansion) is pretty darn impressive.

Where to watch it: iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, etc.

3. Rampage

Release date: April 13

Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman

Director: Brad Peyton (Incarnate)

Why it’s great: OK, this one’s more of an action flick than a horror movie, but come on. It’s about three gigantic monsters who attack cities and eat/stomp a whole lot of people. And some of those monster moments are actually pretty cool!

Where to watch it: iTunes, Vudu, Amazon, etc.

4. Sequence Break

Release date: May 24

Cast: Chase Williamson, Fabianne Therese, John Dinan

Director: Graham Skipper

Why it’s great: It’s a low-budget effort from a first-time director, so you can expect a few glitches here and there, but it’s also a quietly disturbing techno-thriller about love and obsession that’s definitely aiming for that early David Cronenberg vibe, and actually manages to nail the target a few times. Also it deals with video games, and that’s always fun.

Where to watch it: Shudder

5. Bullet Head


Release date: January 9

Cast: John Malkovich, Adrien Brody, Antonio Banderas

Director: Paul Solet (Grace)

Why it’s great: Remember the badass 1992 action flick Trespass? Ice Cube, Ice-T, Bill Paxton, and Bill Sadler. It’s about a bunch of crooks hiding out in a warehouse while their recent heist falls apart. How about the 1993 sci-fi/horror movie Man’s Best Friend, in which a killer dog makes trouble for Ally Sheedy and Lance Henriksen? Bullet Head is virtually the offspring of those two movies. A bunch of crooks find themselves trapped in a warehouse with a killer pitbull. It’s that simple. While much of the film is darkly entertaining, it does (fair warning) contain some simulated dog violence that may upset some viewers, so beware.

Where to watch it: Stream on Netflix

6. Downrange

Release date: April 26

Cast: Kelly Connaire, Anthony Kirlew, Stephanie Pearson

Director: Ryuhei Kitamura (The Midnight Meat Train)

Why it’s great: It’s a fairly simple set-up: a bunch of young people are on their way to somewhere fun when a flat tire derails the road trip. That’s when they start getting picked off, one by one. In this case, the slasher antagonist is a hidden sniper with wildly impressive aim, which gives this intense, brutal thriller ample opportunity to show what a high-powered rifle can do. It’s not pretty, and the violence should resonate even more in our current climate.

Where to watch it: Stream on Shudder starting April 26

7. Unfriended: Dark Web

Release date: July 20

Cast: Colin Woodell, Rebecca Rittenhouse, Betty Gabriel

Director: Stephen Susco

Why it’s great: The writer of the American version of The Grudge moves into the director’s chair with this unrelated sequel to one of Blumhouse’s unexpected hits from 2015. The format is the same as the first Unfriended — the story takes place entirely through one guy’s computer monitor — but that’s the only connection. This time around we’re privy to an online “game night” between six old friends… only problems arise once we learn that one of the players is working from a stolen computer. And this computer has some very “dark” passageways on it.

Where to watch it: In theaters

8. Marrowbone

Release date: April 13

Cast: George MacKay, Anna Taylor-Joy, Kyle Soller

Director: Sergio G. Sanchez

Why it’s great: The writer of the fantastic 2007 chiller The Orphanage makes his directorial debut with this half-conventional, half-twisted tale of four young siblings who live in their horrific mansion by themselves long after their mother passes away. Also there’s some sort of creature in the basement, and a snooty banker who keeps sniffing around.

Where to watch it: In theaters or to rent on iTunes, Amazon, and Vudu starting April 13

9. Veronica

Release date: February 25

Cast: Sandra Escacena, Bruna Gonzalez, Claudia Placer

Director: Paco Plaza

Why it’s great: The co-director of the awesome [REC] movies tries his hand at a slightly more familiar sort of occult film. It’s easy to see where this Ouija board thriller, based on a true story, is headed early on, but it’s still packed with numerous scary ideas, well-earned tension, and simple jolts.

Where to watch it: Stream on Netflix

10. Cargo

Release date: May 18

Cast: Martin Freeman, Anthony Hayes, Susie Porter

Director: Ben Howling & Yolanda Ramke

Why it’s great: A desperate father searches for a safe place to raise his baby in a world that’s been ravaged by a zombie apocalypse. Along the way he meets all sorts of colorful characters — none of whom are all that trustworthy. This one earns points for being a lot more contemplative than most zombie flicks, which means it’s more about the ideas than the carnage. Although there certainly is some of the latter.

Where to watch it: Netflix


Release date: May 11

Cast: Matilda Lutz, Kevin Janssens, Vincent Colombe

Director: Coralie Fargeat

Why it’s great: Most horror fans have seen a few of those “rape/revenge” thrillers in their time, and it’s safe to say that most of them are sleazy, slimy, and poorly constructed. There are, of course, a few exceptions to this rule, and this wildly ferocious French import is most assuredly one of them. Perhaps it’s the welcome change in perspective (Revenge was written and directed by a woman), but this film has more intelligence, intensity, and energy than all four I Spit On Your Grave movies combined.

Where to watch it: iTunes, Vudu, Amazon, etc.

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