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  • The Apparition (PG-13)

    This horror movie from Warner Bros. is nothing special, but it's nice to see a modest genre entertainment buoyed by a major studio's resources. more...
  • The Boy (PG-13)

    William Brent Bell directed this horror feature starting Lauren Cohan (AMC's The Walking Dead) as an American nanny in England who discovers that her new charge is actually a life-size doll. more...
  • The Bride (PG-13)

    The Bride of Frankenstein, remade as a goopy, presexual romantic fantasy for little girls. more...
  • The Bye Bye Man (PG-13)

    Three college students move into a spooky house off-campus and accidentally conjure up the title demon in this laughably bad horror film, which derives much of its humor from the evil one's infantile name and the characters' unbelievable fear of repeating it. more...
  • Dark Shadows (PG-13)

    Tim Burton is like a billionaire fanboy who buys Bela Lugosi's Dracula cape: he has a perfect right to it, but that doesn't mean it looks good on him. more...
  • The Darkness (PG-13)

    Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell star in this horror flick about a family returning from vacation who are followed by an ancient, evil spirit. more...
  • Devil (PG-13)

    Five people trapped on a high-rise elevator are terrorized by an unknown killer who just might be the devil. more...
  • Drag Me to Hell (PG-13)

    After directing three Spider-Man movies, Sam Raimi makes a masterful return to the horror genre, though the crazed kineticism of his Evil Dead trilogy is replaced here by a fable of guilt, shame, and insecurity (2009). more...
  • The Gate (PG-13)

    Juveniles discover gateway to hell in suburban backyard. more...