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The Addiction

Directed by Abel Ferrara

With The Addiction, maverick auteur Abel Ferrara (Bad Lieutenant, Ms. 45) returns to the genre excesses of his 1979 horror

The Crime of Doctor Crespi

Directed by John H. Auer

Loosely based on Poe’s “The Premature Burial,” the low-budget chiller The Crime of Doctor Crespi features Erich von Stroheim as

The Endless

Directed by Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead

After receiving a cryptic video in the mail, two brothers return to the Southern California cult they left a decade

The Faculty

Directed by Robert Rodriguez

Robert Rodriguez’s 1998 high school alien invasion/sci-fi pastiche often draws comparisons to body-invasion science fiction like Invasion of the Body

The Grandmother

Directed by David Lynch

In this early short film by David Lynch, a young boy grows a grandmother in his bedroom.

The I Never Trilogy

Directed by Mig Windows, Rory Owens

The I Never trilogy is an anthology of ghost stories exploring themes of heartbreak, infidelity, suicide, and the supernatural. Loosely

The Innocents

Directed by Jack Clayton

Deborah Kerr’s startling mid-career performance as the conflicted and repressed governess Miss Giddens haunts this 1961 adaptation of Henry James’

The Invitation

Directed by Karen Kusama

Will and Kira attend a dinner party hosted by Will’s ex-wife Eden in the secluded Hollywood home that they once

The Last Man on Earth (aka The Damned Walk at Midnight)

Directed by Ubaldo Ragona, Sidney Salkow

The most faithful adaptation of sci-fi novelist and Twilight Zone writer Richard Matheson's I Am Legend stars Vincent Price as

The Slumber Party Massacre

Directed by Amy Holden Jones

Amy Holden Jones’ 1982 slasher (partially) reclaimed a feminine perspective, in this film about a slumber party that must fight

The Untamed

Directed by Amat Escalante

A meteorite brings a strange creature with an ability to intensely satisfy sexual desire to Guanajuato, Mexico. Director Amat Escalante

The Wicker Man

Directed by Robin Hardy

Named the #4 best horror film of all time by The Guardian, Robin Hardy’s cult artifact The Wicker Man is