It’s by far my favourite genre and since I’m always getting asked for recommendations, thought I would rank my 100 Greatest Horror Films of the 2010’s! Here we go ⏬
100. Mom and Dad (2017)

Brian Taylor’s absurd action packed and violent dark comedy in which Nick Cage and Selma Blair and a load of other adults fall victim to a mass hysteria where parents start trying to murder their children. It’s as ridiculous as it sounds
99. The Green Inferno (2013)

Absurdly gory homage to the likes of Cannibal Holocaust, millenial white teens heading into the Amazon to save the rainforest where they’re devoured by cannibals 👍🏻 it’s very stupid but still visceral. Sky Ferreira is in it if yous care x
98. The Reef (2010)

Surprisingly effective Australian shark antics in which the ancient predator stalks and eats a load of friends who’s boat capsizes near Indonesia
97. Better Watch Out (2016)

Christmas and Horror go together like flies on shit and this is a great romp of twists and turns that always keeps you guessing! A babysitter has to defend a 12 year old kid from a home invasion during the festive season x
96. American Mary (2012)

Tragically underwatched indie horror starring queen Katharine Isabelle of Ginger Snaps fame as a medical student who in order to make easy money falls deep into the dark world of performing underground surgeries
95. Mandy (2018)

Psychedelic nightmare starring Cage as a lumberjack who’s secluded domestic bliss is shattered when his wife Mandy is abducted by a crazed cult and their demon biker henchmen - beginning a bloody mission for rescue and revenge
94. The Void (2016)

Absolutely mindboggling Lovecraftian sci fi horror that feels wonderfully classic, it tells the story of a police officer who helps an injured man to a nearby hospital only to find the building surrounded by hooded figures and strange occurrences within
93. Thelma (2017)

Norwegian supernatural drama in which a confused religious girl finds herself having feelings for another woman, her suppressed desires resulting in her psychokinetic powers emerging in violent and devastating ways
92. It Comes At Night (2017)

I’m actually unsure if I even like this film, but it’s slow pace and impending dread merit it conversation and a watch
A family’s safety during some unseen supernatural apocalypse is challenged when another family arrives seeking refuge with them
91. The Wailing (2016)

With a run time of 2.5 hours, this Korean horror epic is no easy watch - a slow burning sprawler of a horror that constantly feels truly evil as suspicion and death tolls ride in a village after a stranger arrives and people fall mysteriously ill
90. Les Affamés (2017)

Heartstopping Canadian zombie apocalypse piece set in a remote village in Quebec as a group of survivors journey through the woods trying to find more of the uninfected
89. Krampus (2015)

Living legend Toni Colette stars in this fun, ridiculous and lighthearted Yuletide horror rampage as a child having a miserable Christmas with his toxic family ends up summoning Krampus the devil of Christmas to the house
88. Life (2017)

Getting a much harsher critical response than it deserved and boasting both great visuals and cast, Life is frantic and sinister space horror (a subgenre I LOVE) with an incredibly memorable and shocking ending that’s not to be missed
87. Honeymoon (2014)

Rose Leslie is absolutely iconic in this little indie horror about newlyweds in an isolated lodge where things take a horrifying turn after Leslie’s husband finds her disorientated in the woods after sleepwalking, leading to far more sinister revelations
86. Insidious (2010)

A decade defining horror spawning a franchise and many imitators, Rose Byrne and Patrick Wilson are brilliant as the family trying to prevent their comatose child from being trapped by evil spirits in the dark realm of The Further
85. Verónica (2017)

By the director who gave us [REC], a film in my top 5 of all time, Verónica is a classic possession/ouija spookfest in 90’s Madrid - executed with stunning finesse and truly terrifying scares
84. It (2017)

The first half of the new imagining of Stephen King’s masterpiece about a shapeshifting demon terrorising the children of Derry, Maine. Part 2 is dismal but thanks to an amazing child cast and Bill Skarsgård’s brilliant Pennywise, It still shines and frights
83. The Battery (2012)

Wonderfully written indie zombie film about two former baseball players forced to survive together as they traverse a ruined New England and their dislike for each other increases - a brilliant and claustrophobic second act make this one to remember
82. Tusk (2014)

Can’t even believe this film exists - Justin Long stars as an arrogant and unbearable Podcaster travels to interview a recluse who ends up kidnapping him and attempting to transform Long into a walrus, mentally and physically. Unmissable but divisive
81. Apostle (2018)

Bleak and harrowing but very compelling period piece set in 1905 and tells of a drifter on a mission to save his sister from a dangerous cult on an isolated island. Loads of twists and absurdist surprises along the way and LOTS OF VIOLENCE
80. Piercing (2018)

A man with murderous tendencies leaves his wife and baby behind as he checks into a hotel planning to book and murder a prostitute - not counting on Mia Wasikowska to be said prostitute. Madness ensues in a constant power struggle between predator and prey
79. Afflicted (2013)

Great found footage story of a dying Canadian going on the globetrotting trip of a lifetime with his best friend only to find himself getting bitten and then infected with vampirism
78. Byzantium (2012)

Neil Jordan’s brilliant adaptation of A Vampire Story (one of my fave plays) boasts GORGEOUS horror visuals and an all star cast. Truly unique take on the vampire genre that perfectly blends the classic and the modern
77. The House That Jack Built (2018)

Lars Von Trier’s repulsive and unrelenting serial killer odyssey is not for everyone, and that’s putting it lightly, but those that can stomach it are in for a dark tale that takes you to places you never expect - a disgusting endurance task
76. Child’s Play (2019)

Unexpectedly BRILLIANT 21st century remake of a horror classic that brings new life to the evil Chucky doll and stars a wonderful Aubrey Plaza who is always an icon and always a delight. Way more fun and horrific than anyone was anticipating
75. Stake Land (2010)

Wonderfully action packed vampire tale that gives the zombie apocalypse wasteland genre a more intelligent vampiric overhaul - nail biting, emotional and a thrill ride from beginning to end as a vampire hunter and his protege navigate Stake Land
74. The Eyes Of My Mother (2016)

At 1 hour 16 mins, it’s easily the shortest film on the list and with good reason. A bleak and horrifying black and white art house affair telling the story of a young woman’s violent tendencies after her life was ruined and consumed by trauma
73. Overlord (2018)

Schlocky WWII homage to B-Movies that was originally intended to be in the Cloverfield universe. Overlord is a bloody and thoroughly entertaining tale of American Soldiers finding sci fi horrors and mutations in enemy soil the night before D-Day
72. Scream 4 (2011)

I’m a proud Scream 4 apologist: an amazing continuation of the best horror franchise of all time. Stunning cast, great writing and an all round good time as the next generation of teens and the adult heroes of the original trilogy face Ghostface again
71. Velvet Buzzsaw (2019)

An all star cast lead this absurd and visceral satire of the pretentious artworld as some haunted paintings start killing off obnoxious critics. Camp, violent, funny and weird - it’s not perfect but it’s ambitious, original and entertaining
70. Cargo (2017)

Existential Australian zombie apocalypse adventure as Martin Freeman travels the country looking for someone to take care of his child before he succumbs to the infection that’s ravaged the nation. Emotional and thrilling
69. The Last Exorcism (2010)

The first horror film I ever saw in a cinema as a 14 year old sneaking in to a 15, found footage possession antics in an isolated farmhouse that terrified me then and manages to still terrify me now
68. Spring (2014)

Stunningly gorgeous romantic creature feature as an American on the run moves to Italy and falls in love with a mysterious woman with a dark and ancient secret
67. We Are Still Here (2015)

A fun and original spooky overload set in a sleepy New England town, where a couple move in to a lonely old house after the death of their son and have to deal with the safrifice their new home demands every 30 years
66. The Shallows (2016)

Blake Lively in the PERFECT summer ocean horror for the cinema: ultimate and ridiculous tale of woman VS shark. Nothing serious just a really well made survival flick that knows exactly what it is and doesn’t have a boring moment in it
65. Bird Box (2018)

Amazing cast and amazing memes surround this MASSIVE Netflix smash that was all everyone spoke about for like a month. Highly original and wildly entertaining - even though it never quite matches the high bar set by its flawless and jaw dropping opening
64. V/H/S (2012)

Brilliant anthology about a group of burglars hired to steal a VHS from a desolate house where they find more found footage than they bargained for. Lots of great and terrifying horror shorts - really cool structure, deffo worth your time
63. DEVIL (2010)

5 strangers trapped in a lift and one of them’s devil?????? SAY NO MORE! Instant gold, instant entertainment. A ridiculous turn of the decade romp that ive always loved no matter what it’s naysayers might say. Don’t take it too seriously and have a good time
62. The Conjuring 2 (2016)

The Warrens take on The Enfield Haunting in their sequel, and it’s a bloody good supernatural horror that is a worthy sequel to the masterpiece that is the first. Strong cast and genuine terror all the way through
61. What We Do In The Shadows (2014)

A modern cult classic, hilarious vampire comedy presented as a mockumentary that deserves its dedicated fans and now has its own tv series that came out in 2019 that’s received its own deserved acclaim
60. The Invitation (2015)

Riveting horror thriller as a man accepts a dinner party invitation from his ex wife and her new friends only to become embroiled in a sinister plot involving a cult with dark intentions
59. Green Room (2015)

PATRICK STEWART stars in this unrelenting and acclaimed stand off between a punk rock band fighting for survival after they witness a murder in a Neo Nazi bar
58. Split (2016)

“It wasn’t me it was Patricia” memes aside, M. Night Shyamalan struck gold with icon Anya Taylor-Joy facing off against an unforgettable James McAvoy in this tense abduction thriller turned sci fi horror
57. The Night Eats The World (2018)

Absolutely beautiful and quietly brilliant french zombie film as a young man wakes up from a party in Paris to find the city overrun with undead. Silence and sound used to full effect with completely silent zombies and lots of isolation
56. The Crazies (2010)

Wonderful and brutal remake starring Timothy Olyphant dealing with a toxic virus that’s entered the town’s water supply, turning people homicidal in the most bloodythirsty of ways
55. The Woman in Black (2012)

The perfect adaptation of an absolutely CLASSIC horror book and play. Infamously released with a 12 rating, terrifying all ages with its gothic story of a young solicitor facing the vengeful ghost of a woman scorned by the residents of a village
54. Train to Busan (2016)

Heartstopping and unrelenting Korean zombie epic as a man tries desperately to keep him and his daughter alive as an undead outbreak strikes whilst on their train journey to from Seoul to Busan
53. We Are What We Are (2013)

A dark and compelling tale of a secretive family that follow old family traditions and rituals and find their way of life threatened by the death of their matriarch and a torrential downpour. Traumatic and harrowing remake of the Spanish original
52. Super Dark Times (2017)

Horrifying and very sad story of two school friends who’s lives are turn apart by a gruesome accident that they have to cover up, with paranoia and violence consuming them and driving a wedge between their relationship
51. February (AKA The Blackcoat’s Daughter) (2015)

Truly disturbing and frightening tale of two girls left together in their Boarding school over the winter break where they face supernatural occurrences and each other. I don’t scare easily but some scenes in this... very evil
50. Don’t Breathe (2016)

Redefining the definition of TENSE, Dont Breathe is an absolute nail biting thrill ride - like a live action and deadly version of that harrowing british board game “Don’t Wake Dad” except with some more sadistic twists and turns
49. The Babysitter (2017)

Bella Thorne stars in campy satanic babysitter antics in a bloody and thoroughly entertaining romp and fight for survival for our young hero. Lots of fun and extravagant Netflix budget used to full effect
48. Southbound (2015)

A weird and wonderful semi anthology that shows 5 interlocking stories of unfortunate strangers who end up facing their deepest secrets and darkest fears on a long isolated stretch of desert road - terrifying and inventive.
47. Goodnight Mommy (2014)

Astonishingly claustrophobic and harrowing Austrian horror that went viral with its chilling trailer showing a pair of brothers who fear the fully bandaged woman in their house recovering from extensive plastic surgery may not be their mother
46. As Above, So Below (2014)

Critically panned for GOD KNOWS WHAT REASON, this is one of the biggest critical injustices of the decade. Incredibly high concept and atmospheric found footage tale of explorers going down into the Paris catacombs where they uncover dark secrets
45. Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)

Jim Jarmusch directing Tilda Swinton in a sleepy and entrancing vampire film? I’m already giving it 5 stars! Stunning but low key affair that explores a centuries long relationship disrupted by the arrival of a loose cannon little sister
44. The Girl With All The Gifts (2016)

One of the most thrilling and satisfying zombie films in recent memory. Sennia Nanua a revelation as the titular girl, Glenn Close also iconic. Scientist and teacher with opposing ethics fight for survival with a special girl named Melanie
43. The Love Witch (2016)

An absolutely stunning and surreal film soaked in feminist iconography as a modern day witch casts spells to make men fall in love with her - resulting in death and destruction. Visually arresting in its homage to 1970’s technicolour thrillers - v wow
42. Hush (2016)

Modern god of Mike Flanagan knocked it out of the park with a simple but novel concept: a woman has to evade a killer who attacks her house - the catch? She’s deaf! God knows why this wasn’t made for years ago. Nail biting and one of 2016’s finest
41. The Dead Don’t Die (2019)

Polarised critics but I think it’s fucking brilliant, hilarious and completely bewildering - Jim Jarmusch at his best. So self aware and weird. All star cast in a small town cope with a zombie apocalypse etc etc but has to be seen to be believed
40. The Perfection (2018)

Absolutely bloody wow. Came from nowhere, blew me away. Allison Williams is a TALENT, this film is so creative and visceral and full of twists and turns as two prodigal violinists take their rivalry down a sinister path full of unprecedented dark turns
39. Midsommar (2019)

Undeniably bloody gorgeous. Ari Aster is an absolute horror auteur and Florence Pugh’s performance is exhausting and mesmerising as a girl struck by tragedy and her “friends” get stuck in a terrifying Swedish pagan ritual. 21st Century Wicker Man
38. What Keeps You Alive (2018)

Gorgeous and ghastly slice of queer horror, best enjoyed knowing as little as possible. A lesbian couple celebrate their one year anniversary in an idyllic woodland retreat before betrayals and violence overwhelm the festivities. MAD TWISTS
37. Assassination Nation (2018)

A Modern day witch hunt suffocates Salem after a malicious data breach exposes a high schools malicious secrets and forces four girls to fight for their lives. Visceral, brutal teen film with great queer/poc representation and a killer soundtrack
36. Doctor Sleep (2019)

As perfect The Shining sequel as I could have over hoped for (it’s my second fave horror film of all time). Action packed and stunning from king of horror Mike Flanagan, a great story and Rebecca Ferguson is a terrifying revelation as Rose The Hat
35. Creep (2014)

Low budget unexpected HIT by Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass, who wrote and starred (a cast of 2) in the tale of a videographer taking a one day job from Craigslist to record the last messages of a dying man - the rest is better left unsaid. Watch knowing nothing
34. A Dark Song (2016)

Perfectly written and breathtakingly atmospheric British horror: a grieving and determined woman hires a damaged occultist isolate themselves in a mansion for a dangerous 6 month black magic ritual that will take all the will they have got
33. Hounds Of Love (2016)

One of the darkest and most harrowing films in this list, the Australian thriller is based on horrific true events in the 80s where a random teenager is abducted by a serial killing couple who realises she must drive them apart to survive their torture
32. Gerald’s Game (2017)

Mike Flanagan’s unnerving adaptation of Stephen King’s classic book. In its simplest form, it tells the tale of a woman on an isolated weekend away fighting to survive when her husband dies suddenly after tying her up as he spiced up their sex life
31. Crawl (2019)

Alexander Aja returns with the second best film of his career - a bloody BRILLIANT, great fun, ridiculous b movie of bloodthirsty alligators surrounding Effie from Skins and her dad in their Florida home in the midst of a devastating hurricane. Masterful, a romp
30. Creep 2 (2017)

How did Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass follow up the runaway success of Creep? With Creep 2! An even better exploration of their lead character, with one of the best modern day final girls of recent memory and improves on the stellar first film in every way
29. Under The Shadow (2016)

In 1980’s war torn Tehran, a mother and daughter struggle to cope with the horrors of post-revolution war brutality and the potential rise of a more supernatural horror in their, as people flee their homes & the city, increasingly abandoned apartments
28. Happy Death Day (2017)

Groundhog Day & Scream’s lovechild, HDD is a masterfully plotted slasher romp, hilarious and witty and sharp and surprising - with Jessica Roth giving a genre defining turn as the teen doomed to relive the day she dies over and over again
27. Happy Death Day 2U (2019)

Builds on everything HDD laid the groundwork for and created a perfect sequel/second half to one of the freshest horrors of the decade. Wonderful sci fi flair and a hilarious script - so ridiculous but also majorly emotional. I cried my eyes out
26. The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017)

Yorgos Lanthimos’ (The Favourite) stunningly written, sweepingly directed sadistic dark horror that stars Colin Farrell as a surgeon forced to make unthinkable sacrifices when the teenager he has taken under his wing makes sinister threats
25. The Autopsy Of Jane Doe (2016)

Chilling mystery that showcases the simple and effective power of a spooky location: a father and son coroner duo become embroiled in a terrifying mystery as they try to identify the cause of death of a young woman harbouring dark secrets
24. Ready Or Not (2019)

Absolute romp from start to fin! Samara Weaving makes her mark as one of the best final girls of all time in this camp and violent story of a newlywed fighting for her life against her in laws as they force her to play a terrifying traditional ritual game
23. Unsane (2018)

Claire Foy is iconic in this underrated delight of filmmaking magic: shot completely and expertly on an iPhone. A young woman is committed to a mental institution where she’s confronted with the stalker she’s been running away from: or is it all in her head?
22. Kill List (2011)

Watch this knowing nothing. The whole film feels evil and forbidden - like we shouldn’t be seeing the events unfold. So dark. A hitman takes a mission: a big payout for 3 kills. An easy task unravels and takes him into the twisted heat of darkness
21. A Quiet Place (2018)

What a debut for John Krasinski! Him and Emily Blunt take their real life husband wife chemistry into the perfect on screen couple - trying to survive in silence with monsters that have ultra sensitive hearing. Could hear a pin drop in every screening
20. Annihilation (2018)

A travesty this gorgeous masterpiece was Netflix and not cinema in this country. Portman (one of my all time fave actresses) plays a biologist venturing into an expanding mysterious (alien?) zone where the normal laws of nature seemingly don’t apply
19. 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)

The perfect expansion of the Cloverfield universe - claustrophobic and paranoia inducing as a woman wakes up in a bunker with two men who tell her they’re the only survivors of a chemical attack that has ravaged the outside world
18. The Skin I Live In (2011)

Breathtaking art house horror that transcends genre as Banderas stars as a brilliant plastic surgeon who is trying to perfect a skin that withstands burns and cuts on his volatile female guinea pig who harbours a wild back story
17. Prevenge (2016)

The best british horror of the decade: written, directed and starring Alice Lowe as a pregnant woman who believes she is being compelled to kill by her unborn child as she seeks revenge for her husbands death. Alice Lowe made this film when she was 8 months -
- pregnant, and she was inspired to create it due to the fact no one would cast her due to her pregnancy. This film feels like a feminist revelation and it’s just a thrilling, hilarious and very emotional JOY from beginning to end and I LOVE it
16. Crimson Peak (2015)

Guillermo Del Toro’s gothic horror masterpiece. So visually arresting and so atomospheric, a classic ghost tale told with the stunning finesse of a director at the top of his game with an immeasurable love for the genre. The whole cast is perfect
15. Revenge (2017)

One of the most riveting cinema experiences of my life: French extremity horror that tells of a mistress being left for dead after being sexually assaulted in an isolated desert villa - transitioning from sex object to a formidable weapon of revenge
14. Raw (2016)

A stunning and fascinating coming of age Belgian gore fest telling the story of a young girl from a fully vegetarian family starting a prestigious veterinary school - where she discovers she has an all consuming taste for human flesh
13. Black Swan (2010)

Darren Aronofsky’s theatrical nightmare is Natalie Portman’s most compelling performance - the ultimate tale of jealousy and obsession with perfection, harrowing and enchanting: what more can be said? Deserving of all its accolades and love
12. Get Out (2017)

Jordan Peele stormed onto the scene with Get Out, one of 6 horror films in the history of cinema to get nominated for Best Picture. Social commentary at its best, a perfect soundtrack and a perfect script as Daniel Kaluuya shines as the African American lad -
- left fighting for his life as his unease grows into all out terror in a weekend at his white girlfriend’s family home. Dark and twisted and important themes regarding the long institutionalised racism that courses through the heart of suburban America
11. The Conjuring (2013)

The film that started the most successful horror franchise of the decade and still the best one of the lot. Absolutely TERRIFYING classic horror delving into the “true files” of ghost hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren. Everything about the debut Conjuring -
- has a spine chilling moment around every corner and is just a feat of genre excellence that lets seasoned horror icons Patrick Byrne and Vera Farmiga shine as the Warrens, alongside the amazing child cast as the kids haunted by the witch’s spirit
10. The Neon Demon (2016)

Nicola Winding Refn’s satire of the cutthroat brutality of the fashion world and LA is divisive, some crying style over substance - but it is without a doubt one of the most sensory films I’ve ever experienced in the cinema. Beyond visually arresting -
- and featuring a stunning cast willing to carve themselves and each other up for 10 seconds of fame and glory, this film takes you to places you never even think it will dare to tell you and if you have the stomach for it you will be richly rewarded by its savagery
9. Climax (2018)

Gaspar Noe’s hallucinogenic nightmare tells of a troupe of french dancers rehearsing in an isolated hall in the snowy alps who’s after party punch gets spiked with LSD resulting in a violent and murderous trip that leaves no one unscathed-the dancing is out of-
- this world, the cinematography is jaw dropping and the whole film just feels like it’s suffocating you. You feel like you’re at a party that’s gone west and you’re trapped there, it’s the most like being on drugs you can be without taking drugs - and that’s before the violence
8. The VVitch (2015)

One of the most deliciously evil films to ever be made. A frightening tale of religious fear and the occult as a family exiled in Puritan 1630’s New England are terrified by malevolent forces from the woods and the allure of the forbidden and the evil
7. Hereditary (2018)

Heralded as one of the scariest films of all time on its release, Hereditary took the world by storm with its unrelenting and terrifying look at a family engulfed by the occult and demon worship - a family torn apart by secrets and underlying tension -
Toni Colette is a revelation as the matriarch - and Ari Aster debuted on the horror scene with a picture that will go down in history as some of the most unnerving imagery to grace cinema. Absolutely snubbed at the Academy Awards
6. Us (2019)

Jordan Peele’s sophomore nightmare is the fairytale from hell - a beautiful and twisted odyssey of doppelgangers rising up to rid the world of their other halves after being oppressed in the subterranean world they came from. How does one follow Get Out? By making-
something even more rich in storytelling, message, heart and performance. A true genre feat; he is a horror wizard with so much to say. Lupita Nyongo not getting an Oscar nomination for her mesmerising double performance here brings so much shame to the relevance of the Academy
5. It Follows (2014)

One of the most perfect premises for teen horror ever made. A girl is told after having a sexual encounter that she will he pursued by an unrelenting shapeshifting force that will continue to hunt her down and kill her if she does not have sex and pass it on
I can’t think of a scarier sight in many films of recent than the scene in which an old woman silently walks across the school grounds towards our heroine. Minimalistic and terrifying from beginning to end - inventive horror that should forever shut up this genre’s naysayers
4. The Babadook (2014)

Terrifying, bleak Australian horror as a depressed single mother and her difficult son combat their emotions and relationship as they are attacked by an eerie children’s book titled Mister Babadook, and succumb to its darkness as it manifests in their -
The Babadook himself is one of the most nightmarish creatures of modern horror, a villain that will go down in history as being another level of unsettling. Couple him with brilliant and devastating performances all round and innovative direction and cinematography = PERFECTION
3. The Cabin in the Woods

I could watch Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard’s genre masterpiece on loop. This is one of the most entertaining films I can think of. It is ingenious. It is an absolute twist filled love letter to everything that makes horror so special to so many people
It is the perfect balance of parodying the genre and celebrating it. The references are off the charts, the script is hilarious, the horror is visceral and the concept is absolute PERFECTION. A masterpiece: but what else would you expect from the minds behind Buffy?
2. Suspiria (2018)

How do you remake one of the best and most influential horror films ever made? Erm, exactly like this! Guadagnino’s Suspiria is a sprawling epic coursing across Berlin, absolutely horrifying and yet mesmerising in every single shot as the dance school’s witchy
secrets and rituals come pouring out. The performances, the direction, Thom Yorke’s soundtrack... everything is absolutely transcendent. Tilda Swinton is a chameleon as 3 main characters - this film is just so atmospheric and deliciously evil. Give your soul to the dance!
1. mother! (2017)

The most timely horror film of the 2010s. Darren Aronofsky’s fever dream is one of the most stressful experiences you will ever watch - it is beautiful, anxiety enducing and revolting. It puts people off because it presents them with what real evil human beings
are capable of. No demons here, just gods and human monsters and the destruction and devastation that our actions can bring. The allegory is a stroke of genius, the performances are absolutely PHENOMENAL and anyone who doubts Jennifer Lawrence’s abilities after this ... chile
The final 20 minutes is one of the most ambitious pieces of filmmaking I’ve ever seen. It is the best horror film of the decade as it makes us examine the evil that we may do on a day to day basis and think ahead ethically and sustainably - and wants us to look deeper than we may
not be ready to discuss yet. THAT’s real horror. Ahead of its time. & yes I love it so much I have this GORGEOUS book lmao.

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