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List Of 2003 Horror Films

2003 was the year of directions based horror films. Check out the awesome 'Dead End' or not so awesome 'Wrong Turn'.

'Movies Like Pan's Labyrinth': Modern Foreign Horror

Looking for a little culture in your life? Try these hand-picked contemporary foreign-language horror flicks, including critically-acclaimed Swedish chiller 'Let the Right One In' and definitive New-French-Extremity exemplar 'High Tension'. Remember: you don't need subtitles for a scream!

Best Horror Movies 2000s

Nostalgic for the noughties? Enjoy our collection of the best horror movies from 2000-2009, including some not quite modern, not quite classic gems like 'Dog Soldiers', 'The Ring', and - what many consider to be the best horror movie of modern times - 'Let the Right One In'.

Best of 21st Century Horror

Enjoy our official selection of the best horror movies post 2000, with everything from melancholy Swedish chiller 'Let the Right One in' to recent teen-horror release 'It Follows'. Not a bad choice to be had!

Criminally Underrated Horror Movies

Like the monsters they feature, these horror flicks have hidden in the shadows, evading detection. Which, with efforts like 'Grave Encounters', 'Under the Skin', and 'Triangle', is a real shame. So grab your flashlight and get exploring!

'Movies Like Identity': Split Personality Movies

SPOILER ALERT: some of the movies on this list save the 'split personality' twist for the end, so if you're someone who isn't too familiar with the genre, it may be best to have a trustworthy friend sift through this one for you.

Movies Like Hereditary: 'Twisted Family Secret' Horror Movies

Families in these modern psychological horror films have dark secrets, often imprisoned in the attic or basement. So if you're over for dinner, remember to go straight to the bathroom and back.

'Movies like Se7en': Modern Psychological Horror

A list crowned by recent Australian masterpiece, 'The Babadook' - which, for our money, is the best film of its ilk released in recent years. For those not in the know, psychological horror relies less on blood and guts and more on brains: playing on the audience's unconscious fears, toying with the uncanny, and making strategic use of silence.

'Movies Like Psycho': 'Seriously Twisted Family' Horror Movies

Think your family is bad because your Dad likes a tipple and your brother has six Enya posters in his room? Console yourself by watching this collection of the most twisted families in horror history.

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