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2) It Comes At Night By "It," the title likely means nightmares. But if those nightmares aren't actually fake, well, then what are they? A24's art house horror flick is a must-see. A24

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3) The Vvitch The Vvitch ("witch" in Jacobean era spelling ) works because it digs into the origins of American horror: folktale and paranoia from a God-worshipping, Satan-fearing people. Every frame looks like a beautiful and ominous oil painting. Netflix

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4) The Evil Dead See the blurb? Stephen King called the movie "the most ferociously original horror film of the year." What more convincing do you need? Renaissance Pictures

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5) Green Room This super low-budget horror flick features a punk rock band hunted down by neo-Nazis. Don't mistake "low budget" for not scary. Plus: Patrick Stewart. A24

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6) Hush A home invasion thriller that's all about sound. Or rather: the lack of sound. Netflix

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7) Train to Busan Just when we thought the zombie genre had pulled all the lumbering, brain-groaning tricks, Train To Busan comes along to remind us just how terrifying human mad cow disease actually would be. Next Entertainment World

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8) Shutter Shutter is one of Thailand's best known horror flicks and utilizes a classic horror tropefaces showing up in polaroidsto chilling effect. GMM Grammy

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9) The Ring Before you die, you see the ring. Also, before you die, you should totally go see The Ring. It's a classic by now. DreamWorks Pictures

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10) The Ritual Based on the novel by Adam Nevill, The Ritual is a wilderness survival horror you probably recognize, but never get tired of. Netflix

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11) Coraline If Coraline terrified you as a child, don't worry; it will still terrify you as an adult. Focus Features

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12) Under the Shadow A mother and daughter are haunted in Tehran by an unknown evil. Both horror movie and commentary on post-revolution Iran, the film satisfyingly twists the horror genre. XYZ Films

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13) 1922 Based on the Stephen King novella, 1922 may not be the best of the King adaptations, but it's one of the most satisfying in a while. Netflix

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14) Apostle From The Raid director, Gareth Evans, Apostle follows a man a remote island cult. Netflix

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15) The Invitation More psychological thriller than straight horror, The Invitation offers up maybe (maybe) the worst yuppy suburban dinner you can imagine. It also features one of the creepiest final shots of any film on this list. Drafthouse Films

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16) Creep Another found footage horror installment from the Paranormal Activity producers, Creep is a smarter and more rewarding take on the genre. This is not the Mark Duplass you've seen in The League. Path

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17) Creep 2 And another one. And maybe even better. Path

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18) Candyman Say his name five times in front of a mirror and he appears, the murdered son of a former slave. Watch now and get ready for the reboot/remake/sequel coming soon from Jordan Peele's Monkeypaw Productions. TriStar Pictures

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19) Insidious You'll recognize director James Wan's style from The Conjuring films. The jump scares are predictable but still terrifying. FilmDistrict

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20) Bulbbul While maybe not the scariest of scary movies (not that it's exactly marketed as such), Bulbbul is just a visual feast and one of the more imaginative of Netflix's original films. Netflix

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21) Don't Be Afraid of the Dark Another entry in great visuals. Just, without a lot of terror behind them. Necropia

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22) The Autopsy of Jane Doe Dead bodies, supernatural events, a pair of coroners, this film offers up all the horror ingredients for a solid pay off. IFC Midnight

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23) Backcountry A wilderness survival tale where the terror walks on four legs and is a bear. IFC Midnight

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24) Gerald's Game Stuck in a house and handcuffed to a bed beside her dead husband, the psychological thriller begins. Another Stephen King adaptation. Netflix

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25) Les Affams A Canadian zombie flick with more things to say than just braiiins. Entertainment One

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26) XX This anthology horror film is directed by four separate filmmakers, each with a horror style her own. XYZ Films

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27) Velvet Buzzsaw While more satire than horror, Velvet Buzzsaw still retains many tropes of its genre, while also bending and twisting them to make grander statements about art. Yeah, it's one of those movies. Netflix

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28) Tusk For more art house-like horror, there's Tusk, a story about a man transformed into a walrus. Directed by Kevin Smith . This movie is...bizarre! Fair warning! A24

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29) The Golem Based on the Jewish legend similar to Frankenstein, but featuring a creepy child. Epic Pictures Group

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30) Emelie A tale of babysitting and demonic child possession that's familiar but worth a few good scares. Dark Sky Films