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List Of 2006 Horror Films

Assuming you've seen 'Pan's Labyrinth' we'd highly recommend the South Korean horror thriller - 'The Host'.

'Oh How Humourous!': A Spot O' Modern British Comedy

This collection features the best of British comedy from the turn of the millennium to the present day. Laugh along with the likes of Steve Coogan, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, and Jude Law. Remember, you can't spell humour without U!

Danny Dyer Movies

Ross Kemp with more hair and less muscles: Danny Dyer has starred in a variety of crime films and television shows requring a slightly dodgy footy-lad lead. Make sure to check out 'The Football Factory' if you haven't already!

'Movies Like 28 Days Later': 21st Century British Horrors

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.

'Movies Like Tucker and Dale vs. Evil': The Horror Comedy Collection

You won’t know whether to laugh or scream with our collection of horror comedies from after the year 2000, including hapless hillbillies 'Tucker & Dale', recent Kiwi addition 'Housebound', and vampire mockumentary 'What We Do in the Shadows' - so much to choose from!

New Dark British Comedy

If you like your comedy darker than a pint of bitter served in a traditional pub, then check out this collection of pitch black British humor from recent years. Includes 'In the Loop', a superb political satire, and most recently Simon Pegg's 'Kill Me Three Times'!

'Movies Like The Hills Have Eyes': 21st Century Hillbilly Terror

Go camping in the middle of nowhere? Sure! Stop off at creepy gas station? You betcha! Insult the owner? Why not! Split up to find missing friend? Don't see why not! The protagonists of these backwoods horrors may not be smart, but they are fun to watch die.

'Movies Like The Descent': British Countryside Massacres

"Oh I say Nigel, do go investigate that frightful rummaging in the hyacinth!" Just because these horror movies take place in the charming British countryside doesn't mean there aren't terrors lurking around every hedge.

'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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