Guillermo Del Toro helps to bring the original stories from Alvin Schwartz's book of the same name released in 1981, to life. Directed by André Øvredal and starring a fairly unknown young cast; this flick has some fun spooks, but the overarching plot feels a little underdeveloped and fails to truly excite.
Modern master of horror Leigh Whannell brings us a brilliant reimagining of The Invisible Man. You may know the eponymous character from the H.G. Wells novel (1897) or the 1930 film of the same name. From the suspenseful opening to the thrilling conclusion, this film was a delight to watch.
The Haunting Of Sharon Tate released in April 2019, months before the 50th anniversary of the grisly murders of Sharon Tate (Hilary Duff) and her friends in her California home on August 8th 1969. Having a read of the reviews regarding this film, it's almost a unanimous opinion that this film should have just never been made. Directed and written by Daniel Farrands, this home invasion horror attempts to offer an alternate ending to a real life tragedy.