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List Of 2011 Horror Films

Oi fam! Watch 'Attack the Block' enit, it's sick! Apologies if you're not British, over the age of 30 or not from Peckham, that last sentence would've made no sense to you. For those looking for something really scary why not try 'Sleep Tight'.

List Of 2011 Fantasy Films

As we're sure you're aware, the last Harry Potter is instalment is epic. We'd also highly recommend the Scorsese gem 'Hugo'.

Best Horror Movies 2011

Enjoy this selection of the best horror movies of 2011, including cannabilistic chiller 'We Are What We Are', long belated sequel 'Scream 4', and psychological character-study 'The Roommate'.

'Movies like Scott Pilgrim': Sci-Fi for if You're High

Only the quirkiest, weirdest, and off-beatest (?) modern sci-fi comedies made it on to this list, including 'Scott Pilgrim', 'The FP', and hidden-gem 'John Dies at the End'.

'Movies Like Attack the Block': 21st Century British Sci-Fi

All the best British sci-fi movies since Danny Boyle's 2003 smash-hit '28 Days Later', which some people say revived British cinema. Make sure to check out recent hoody sci-fi/horror 'Attack the Block'!

'Movies Like Tormented': British Teen Nightmares

Think Hollywood has a monopoly on the teen horror genre? This collection will make you think again, with flicks like sci-fi/ horror/ comedy mash-up 'Attack the Block', quintessential slasher 'Tormented', and psychological thriller-horror 'Donkey Punch'!

'Movies Like Tower Block': Urban British Horror

Movies in the vein of 'Tower Block' or 'Attack the Block': horror movies often set in the grimmer bits of London, featuring monumental tower blocks and menacing, hooded youths. Make sure to check out 'Storage 24' for a hidden-gem featuring Noel Clarke!

'Oi Blud!': Lives of the London Rudeboy

Don't know what a rudeboy is? You will after checking out the movies on this list of the best in the relatively new genre of 'British Rudeboy Movies', sparked by 2008 smash-hit 'Kidulthood'. Ya feel me fam, we on a listing ting innit!

'Movies Like Shaun of the Dead': Bloody Funny British Horror-Coms

Since 'Shaun of the Dead' the Brits have dominated Horror/Sci-Fi Comedy; enjoy these hilarious contemporary spooks and shocks from across the pond, including recent Irish invasion comedy 'Grabbers', featuring aliens who only prey on the sober! They picked the wrong country!

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