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It may only be spring, but there's no shortage of upcoming horror films to keep you up at night.
From commercial teen scary movies to feminist thrillers, there's something spooky out there for everyone.
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Autumn is usually the scariest of seasons but this spring has got some gruesome treats in store for goths and gore hounds alike. From a film that scored big at Sundance to campy teen treats, here are five big films that are making huge strides in horror and that you should be checking out this season.
A cross between "Final Destination" and "It Follows," "Truth Or Dare" is perhaps the most straight-forward, mainstream horror release of the season. Expect jump-scares and light gore, this PG-13 thriller is clearly marketed for teens.
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Directed by Jeff Wadlow, whose writing credits include TV series Bates Motel and postmodern superhero flick "Kick **** 2," this ghastly romp pits adolescents against each other in an eponymous game of wits and courage — with deadly stakes. It's hard to tell who will survive from the trailer, but it's not difficult to guarantee there will be at least one sequel.
Horror movies directed by women are frustratingly hard to come by; this Shudder-exclusive release promises a neon-drenched, hyper-violent treat. "Revenge" is a French-language film directed by relative newcomer Coralie Fargeat. After an American socialite somehow survives a brutal murder attempt, she goes after her would-be killers with ferocious intensity. Offering an almost explicitly feminist take on of one horror's most beloved motifs — bloody retribution — Dread Central said that the...
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