Here it is, from the little-known indies to Hollywood blockbusters: the best horror movies of 2013, otherwise known as 'the year of the sequel': with relatively well-received revamps in the Evil Dead, Insidious, and V/H/S franchise!
While a true Brit will never admit fear (or any emotion other than dry amusement for that matter), these post-millennial shockers are guaranteed to leave at least a few stiff upper-lips quivering. Check out 'Kill List' for a gritty British crime movie with a horrifying twist.
Seen 'Enter the Void', 'Only God Forgives', or 'Beyond the Black Rainbow' recently, and looking for more modern films with that slick neon aesthetic? Look no further than this aesthetically curated list dubbed 'Neon-Noir'. Our only question: how can something so bright be so dark?
Want to watch a vampire movie, but would rather gnaw your own arm off than watch Twilight? Why not check out this collection of independent, blood-sucking gems that have somehow managed slipped the radar, including recent Iranian release 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night'.
The staple twins of horror, vampires and werewolves, meet in this contemporary collection. Warning: forget Edward and Jacob - these vampires don't sparkle and our werewolves are more interested in eating the girl's heart than winning it!
What woman doesn't want to be pursued by a tortured, sparkly 112 year old? If you've already watched Twilight, check out our collection of similar tween fantasy romances, or simply find a sequel within the virtually limitless franchise.