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  • American Psycho (R)

    The grisly murders in this modest proposal (2000), set in 80s Manhattan, are inspired by envy and ennui, and their perpetrator is a suavely pathetic solipsist and independently wealthy executive (Christian Bale). more...
  • An American Werewolf in London (R)

    John Landis's 1981 attempt to recast the classic horror film into the flip, self-mocking style of his Animal House while retaining the thrills and chills. more...
  • Amityville: The Awakening

    The fourteenth installment in the Amityville saga finds a family plagued with strange occurrences after moving into the Amityville house. more...
  • Angst (NR)

    A troubled psychopath entertains his murderous compulsions in this 1983 Austrian horror-thriller. more...
  • Antichrist

    This grueling 2009 psychodrama by Lars von Trier (Dogville, Breaking the Waves) is the sort of movie that dares you not to take it seriously—it's dedicated to the Soviet metaphysical filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky, and the end credits cite research assistants in theology, mythology, misogyny, and the horror movie. more...
  • Antiviral (R)

    Directed by Brandon Cronenberg (yes, the son of David), this indie horror item centers on a clinic that draws viruses from celebrities and sells them to their fans. more...
  • The Ape

    A mad scientist (Boris Karloff) desperate to cure a polio-stricken patient dresses in the pelt of a dead circus ape and preys on people for their spinal fluid. more...
  • App

    In this Dutch horror thriller (2013), a woman downloads an application on her smartphone that proves to have an evil mind of its own. more...
  • 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...
  • Art-House Auteurs Go A-Haunting

    Horror shorts by acclaimed directors: David Lynch's The Alphabet (1968), Monte Hellman's Stanley's Girlfriend (2006), Federico Fellini's Toby Dammit (1968), and Tim Burton's Vincent (1982). more...
  • At The Devil's Door

    A real estate agent is tormented by a demon in this supernatural horror film directed by Nicholas McCarthy. more...