Here’s our list of 5 Must-Watch Thriller and Horror Movies at Fantasia 2018!
Fantasia International Film Festival 2018 takes place from July 12 through August 2, 2018.
If you don’t know what to watch, here’s our pick of the 5 movies to watch at Fantasia 2018.
Korean thriller The Vanished is based on the Spanish thriller The Body from 2012, and stars Kim Sang-Kyung (Memories of Murder).
The body of Yoon Seol Hee disappears at the National Institute of Scientific Investigation. Detective Woo Joong Shik seeks clues on her disappearance, while her husband Park Jin Han claims she is alive.
SUMMER OF ’84
In the spirit of Netflix show Stranger Things, here comes the horror movie Summer of ’84, directed by the trio behind Turbo Kid; Anouk Whissell, Francois Simard and Yoann-Karl Whissell.
After suspecting that their police officer neighbor is a serial killer, a group of teenage friends spend their summer spying on him and gathering evidence, but as they get closer to discovering the truth, things get dangerous.
THE NIGHT EATS THE WORLD
After falling asleep in a back room of his ex-girlfriend’s apartment, Sam wakes up to discover that the world – or at least Paris – has been overrun by a zombified populace. Barricading himself inside the building, he faces life as the sole survivor of the plague, gathering the supplies he can as the ghouls stagger and slaver outside. He can sustain his body, but can he sustain his mind as the days alone in a world gone to hell stretch out endlessly before him?
WHAT KEEPS YOU ALIVE
Horror/Thriller What Keeps You Alive is a Hitchcockian movie with a LGBT twist, written and directed by Colin Minihan (It Stains the Sands Red).
True love can’t always be trusted. This discomforting life lesson is learned in the most pulverizing way when Jules (Brittany Allen) finds herself barely escaping death at the hands of her wife Jackie (Hannah Emily Anderson), deep in the country on the eve of their one-year wedding anniversary. Shocked, heartbroken and terrified, she tries to piece together the whys and whats of her situation while doing everything she can to simply stay alive.
THE WITCH: PART 1. THE SUBVERSION
The writer of I Saw the Devil is back with The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion, which should deliver sci-fi thrills, surprising twists and a climactic bloodbath that will leave you gasping.
A high school student with amnesia tries to uncover what has happened to her. All leading her into deeper troubles ultimately revealing a darkness she could not have imagined.
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