Garnering rave reviews for its visuals and unsettling, slow-building horror, it also won debut writer-director Robert Eggers a Best Director prize at Sundance last year.
To deal with their son’s death, a couple treats a boy doll like a living child. When they hire a nanny to take care of him, she disregards their rules, only to find, to her horror, that a doll isn’t just a doll.
When a tragic accident takes the life of her son, a bereaved mother finds an ancient ritual to bring him back. She is (of course) warned never to open the sacred door–a portal between two worlds. But she disregards the threat. What follows is pure, old-fashioned fright.
The sequel to Cloverfield, produced by J.J. Abrams and starring John Goodman, the story centers around a young woman who is “saved” from a major chemical attack that has destroyed the world. We smell some scary shenanigans.
In this sequel to The Conjuring, Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson reprise their roles as paranormal experts Lorraine and Ed Warren. This time, the spook-hunting duo travels to a single mother and four children, who live in a house filled with malignant spirits.