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  • The Hallow
  • The Hallow

    A biologist working on a government-sponsored project moves to a remote, wooded area of Ireland with his wife and infant son and discovers that the area is plagued by evil spirits. more...
  • Halloween II

    Rob Zombie’s directing debut, House of a Thousand Corpses (2003), had a kind of diseased grindhouse integrity, but this umpteenth feature about the unstoppable masked killer Michael Myers could be the work of any journeyman, give or take a few hundred gratuitous pop-culture references. more...
  • The Hands of Orlac

    Robert Wiene's legendary 1924 silent—about a pianist (Conrad Veidt) who gets a hand transplant and then discovers he has an impulse to kill—plays a significant role in Malcolm Lowry's novel Under the Volcano. more...
  • Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (R)

    The idea of recasting the little fairy-tale characters as action heroes is so silly it might have worked had it been played for laughs, but director and cowriter Tommy Wirkola (best known for the "Nazi zombie" flick Dead Snow) just uses it as a pretext for fight scenes in the fashion of video games. more...
  • Hatchet II (NR)

    Adam Green directed this sequel to his 2006 horror comedy about tourists stranded in a Louisiana swamp. more...
  • Haunted Castle 3D

    An animated 3-D horror movie (2001) directed by Ben Stassen, with voices by Harry Shearer, Jasper Severlinck, and Kyoko Baertsoen. more...
  • Haunted Castle 3D (PG)

    I saw several parents drag their children out of the theater during the first few minutes of this large-format 3-D chiller, which only gets more intense as it goes on. more...
  • A Haunting in Cawdor

    Phil Wurtzel directed this 2015 horror movie about a woman in a prison work-release program who winds up at a cursed summer stock theater. more...
  • The Haunting

    Robert Wise's 1963 black-and-white 'Scope translation of Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House was pretty effective when it came out; it may be a little stiff in the joints by now, but it's still a much better scare show than the stinker remake, and clearly aided by Wise's skill as an editor. more...