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  • The Conjuring 2 (R)

    Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, two fine actors whose careers have been going nowhere fast, return in this sequel to the 2013 shocker. more...
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  • Crimson Peak (R)

    After two fanboy feasts (Hellboy II and Pacific Rim), Guillermo del Toro returns to the arty, gothic vibe of his beloved Pan's Labyrinth (2006), and while this isn't as haunting, it's definitely more haunted. more...
  • Clown (R)

    Jon Watts directed this 2014 horror item about a man who finds a clown suit for his son's birthday party and discovers it has sinister powers. more...
  • Carrie (R)

    Stephen King's horror novel—about a high school outcast (Chloe Grace Moretz) exploring her nascent telekinetic powers and enduring the abuse of her religious fanatic mother (Julianne Moore)—gets a new screen treatment from director Kimberly Peirce, who substitutes a more somber tone for the camp and sick humor of Brian De Palma's 1976 version. more...
  • Citadel (R)

    This solid horror feature by Scottish writer-director Ciaran Foy recalls such minor George Romero efforts as Jack's Wife (1972) and The Crazies (1973): it isn't too scary, but it commands attention with its idiosyncratic plot, setting, and tone. more...
  • Chernobyl Diaries (R)

    Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity) wrote the story for this horror flick, a ripoff of The Hills Have Eyes in which four young Americans en route from Kiev to Moscow sign up for an "extreme tourism" side trip to the irradiated and abandoned city of Pripyat. more...
  • The Cabin in the Woods (R)

    Sort of a postmodern Scooby-Doo, this horror flick by Buffy the Vampire Slayer collaborators Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard cuts between a familiar story of five college kids being hunted by zombies at the title location and scenes of two snarky white-collar technicians (Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford) monitoring the slaughter from a NASA-type control center. more...
  • Case 39 (R)

    In this 2009 thriller by Christian Alvart, a social worker (Renée Zellweger) tries to save a girl from her dangerous home life. more...
  • Candyman (R)

    Like so many post-Val Lewton horror films, this 1992 feature starts out promisingly while the plot is mainly a matter of suggestion, but gradually turns gross and obvious as the meanings become literal and unambiguous. more...
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  • Child's Play (R)

    Students at a Catholic boarding school grow violent as a rivalry between two teachers escalates. more...
  • Creepshow (R)

    This five-part film (1982), based on the format of 50s horror comics, marks one of the few times George Romero has directed someone else's script (it's by Stephen King), and the results are only mildly interesting by the standards of his “Dead” trilogy. more...
  • Carrie (R)

    Brian De Palma demonstrates the drawbacks of a film-school education by overexploiting every cornball trick of style in the book: slow motion, split screen, long takes, and soft focus abound, all to no real point. more...