10 underrated horror movies


Twisted Twins: A Suspenseful Tale of Love, Imagination, and Deadly Deception

Sisters (1973)

Dark Descent: A Haunting Tale of Love and Survival Among Van-Dwelling Vampires

Near Dark (1987)

Inferno takes viewers on a wild and gory journey as a tenant uncovers unsettling events next door in true Dario Argento fashion.

Inferno (1980)

Barbarian subverts expectations with its multi-generational Airbnb tale, where the line between creepy and nice characters blurs, and a hidden room reveals the dark side of real estate, leaving viewers pleasantly surprised.

Barbarian (2022)

The Green Knight's mesmerizing visuals, haunting creatures, and mythical setting combine to deliver an extraordinary cinematic experience that transports viewers to a vivid and evolving world.

The Green Knight (2021)

Scarlett Johansson's perfect casting in Jonathan Glazer's film sees her enticing men into her car only to devour them alive in her extraterrestrial, appetite-driven dungeon, offering horror fans a tantalizing feast.

Under the Skin (2014)

Psycho and Michael Powell's films explore lonely men descending into madness and violence, with Powell's meta and vibrant approach using a camera as a weapon, offering a profound cinema metaphor.

Peeping Tom (1960)

Enys Men weaves a captivating narrative as it explores the solitary life of a woman observing flowers on a cliff, ultimately plunging into a mind-bending descent into madness, showcasing Mark Jenkins' exceptional storytelling prowess.

Enys Men (2023)

The original Nosferatu is the must-see version, enveloping viewers in a world of atmospheric shadows and eerie characters that deliver a truly creepy and captivating experience.

Nosferatu (1922)

Alfredson's vampire film offers a fresh perspective as a child named Eli befriends a neighboring boy and aids him in confronting bullies, presenting a cute-yet-vicious genre twist with impactful outcomes.

Let the Right One In (2008)