We end this year's exercise with Hammer's response to Universal's classic Bela Lugosi-helmed Dracula film.
The Fly holds up really well, and is almost as powerful as the 80's remake.
A beautifully photographed and lavish classic Hammer horror flick should satisfy your Halloween midnight movie needs.
If I were playing the odds, I'd bet you're not going to like Martyrs. But then again, you're not supposed to anyway.
It's not a scary movie, but it doesn't need to be.
Saw holds up surprisingly well after all these years.
A fantastic cast rounds out this solid A-grade thriller.
Long on time and shadows.
If you're looking for something different, give Jug Face a whirl.
If you liked the idea behind The Shining, I think you'll find much to love in The Canal.
Zombieland is everything it promises to be, with no surprises. And that's a good thing.
So much potential for drama wasted as the strong buildup falls apart by the third act.