Mark Duplass is a ton of fun in this twisted two-hander. Making a compelling case for the strength of found footage, this psychological thriller is short and sweet with a wild twist ending.
A young woman moves to Hollywood to make it big and will do whatever it takes to be a star, even if she loses touch with reality in the process. Visually rich and textured, this low-budget hit would be great to double feature with the thematically-similar “The Neon Demon.”
If you fire up your Apple TV and think, “I’m in the mood for some surrealist Turkish torture porn,” then do we have the movie for you! Not for the faint of heart, this twisted tale is a pretty wonderful blend of Clive Barker and “A Nightmare on Elm Street.”
The scariest documentary you’ll ever see, “The Nightmare” recreates the effects of sleep paralysis to devastating results. You won’t be able to sleep well after you see it — guaranteed.
This haunted psychic movie is a ton of fun, with a nice love story and a game cast, lead by the late Anton Yelchin. It’s a perfect way to remember this charming actor, as he’s having a ball in one of his favorite genres.
A wonderful blend of gore, comedy and heavy metal, this New Zealand grindhouse riff pairs well with a case of beer and some good buddies.
Better than it has any right to be, this twisted cinematic adaptation of the college drinking game features a delightfully random cast (Brittany Snow! Jeffrey Combs! Sasha Grey!) and a series of escalating dares that will have you squirming in your seat.
An effective ghost mystery, “The Pact” is a hodgepodge of genres that comes together for a shocker of an ending. Go into this one spoiler-free if you can.
A great twist on a haunted house movie, Juliana Harkavy plays a cop who must spend her first night on the force alone in the police station. The frights are fun and go beyond the jump scare variety.
This creative, small-scale Canadian genre flick stars Stephen McHattie as a DJ live on the air during an increasingly dire zombie apocalypse. An exercise in charm and restraint, you’ll want to hang out with the crew of the radio station long after the movie ends.