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List of 2014 Horror Films

A complete list of all the ghosts, ghouls and things that go bump in the night from 2014. Our favourite normal spook-fest from 2014 was The Babadook but for something with a bit more grit please check out A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.

List of 2014 Fantasy Films

Watch Song of the Sea for some truly fantastic fantasy. 2014 was another strong year for traditional high fantasy with the release of Maleficent and The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies.

List of 2014 Thriller Films

Whether it's cracking nazi code in world war two or going undercover to bring down a criminal syndicate, who can say they weren't thrilled in 2014! Our personal recommendation would be the exceptional The Raid 2.

Movies Like A Quiet Place: Smart Indie Horror

Try our selection of genuinely intelligent indie horrors for a change of pace, including the deftly crafted 'A Quiet Place', and superb zomcom horror 'Pontypool'.

'Movies Like I Saw the Devil': Bloodiest of Gore Cinema

If it's 'your thing', then check out this collection of the goriest modern horror films to date, with more blood than a Red Cross, and some gratuitous nudity thrown in free. Well, who are we to judge - we put the thing together!

Best Horror Movies 2014

Enjoy this collection of the best horror movies of 2014, the top pick? We at FilmFish would have to say Babadook, but then we also believe Babadook is the greatest horror movie of recent years.

'Movies Like Teeth': Modern Body Horror

Body horror from the 1990s onwards: only the freshest flicks portraying the sexualized degeneration of human flesh. Frankly, we don't even know WHAT Freud would have to say about all this.

Best A24 Horror Movies

Indie film studip A24 has been around since 2012, and has already produced some of the greatest modern horror movies, including 'Midsommar', 'The Witch', and 'Hereditary'.

Kevin Smith Flicks

The quintessential slacker director. Responsible for such underachieving-achievements as 'Clerks' and 'Mallrats'. Also possibly the only director in history to intentionally celebrate the state of New Jersey!

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