Film Review of 2015 – Horror

It’s been a pretty good year for horror films in 2015. From Guillermo Del Toro’s gorgeous love letter to the old Gothic Romances to the plethora of found footage films that shows that sub-genre is far from (un)dead. Krampus was a throwback to films like Gremlins, with great practical FX by WETA as Michael Dougherty does for Christmas what his Trick ‘r Treat did for Halloween. It Follows was a timeless indie flick which, like The Babadook last year, understandably wowed the critics although left me slightly wanting. The same can be said for A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.

Crimson Peak
The Gift
The Voices
It Follows
Victor Frankenstein
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension
Insidious 3
Knock Knock
The Gallows
Sinister 2
The Visit