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  • Beyond the Door (R)

    This 1974 horror by Ovidio G. Assonitis and Robert Barrett features Juliet Mills as a woman who is about to have the devil's baby. more...
  • Black Christmas (R)

    Canadian-made unpleasantness (1975) about a psychopath stalking a college town. more...
  • Black Christmas (R)

    Nine years before directing the holiday perennial A Christmas Story, Bob Clark made his name with the nifty protoslasher Black Christmas (1974), about a group of sorority girls being menaced by a mysterious killer over the holidays. more...
  • The Blair Witch Project (R)

    A pretty impressive horror film in the form of a documentary, supposedly made up of footage shot by three film students on a trek through Maryland's Black Hills Forest to investigate legends about a witch. more...
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  • Boardinghouse (R)

    Shot on Betacam video, this grade-Z slasher movie (1982) has a greasy, pallid look that harmonizes perfectly with its own inherent crappiness. more...
  • Bubba Ho-Tep (R)

    Elvis (Bruce Campbell) is alive but not exactly well, living in a decrepit east Texas rest home after having changed places with an impersonator years before his supposed death. more...
  • Bug (R)

    Steppenwolf ensemble member Tracy Letts adapted his play into this fearsome horror movie, directed with single-minded claustrophobia by William Friedkin (The Exorcist). more...
  • Byzantium (R)

    Gemma Arterton and Saoirse Ronan play 200-year-old vampires hiding out in an Irish seaside resort town. 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...
  • 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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  • 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...
  • 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...