Oh, joy! Four new, terrifying titles hit home video today, offering diabolical scares that should satisfy every variety of horror-movie fan.
The latest installment of the found-footage series takes the terror to Oxnard, California, as a recent high school graduate (Andrew Jacobs) develops strange abilities and investigates the unsettling death of a neighbor in the small apartment complex where he lives with his family.
Perfect for: Urban horror aficionados; devotees of supernatural suspense movies.
In this sexy thriller, Paz de la Huerta stars as a deadly nurse with a taste for vengeance against cheating husbands; Katrina Bowden is a new nurse who suspects that her coworker is a serial killer and sets out to stop her.
Perfect for: Horror buffs who appreciate a bit of camp to go along with frequent nudity and explicit violence.
Emma Greenwell searches for her missing sister in a faith-based community of snake handlers in the Deep South and discovers that the greatest horrors often come from within.
Perfect for: Fans of Southern horror who are open to exploring dysfunctional family and cultish religious issues.
Set in the 17th century, Ben Wheatley's superb psychological drama follows a trio of British soldiers who desert a battle only to be captured by dark forces in a wide open field.
Perfect for: Anyone addicted to psychological thrillers, especially of the British variety.