The film confronts issues of race and privilege, and its success signifies a cultural shift in mainstream horror.
Featuring an Oscar-winning performance by Natalie Portman, the film’s disturbing imagery is as captivating as its story.
James Wan redefined the haunted house genre with this chilling tale based on real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren.
This South Korean horror flick stands as one of the most emotionally resonant entries in the supernatural genre.
With a budget of just $15,000, this found-footage film became a massive hit, proving that a compelling story can trump a big budget.
Directed by John Krasinski, this creature feature introduced a unique and suspenseful premise: make a sound and you die.
This British horror film captivated audiences with its portrayal of a spelunking trip that goes horrifyingly wrong.