Pull out the candy bowl, turn off the lights, and get ready for All Hallow’s Eve with BRINKVISION’s Five Best Horror Films!

 

  1. Lake Nowhere (2014)

Running only 51 minutes, Lake Nowhere packs in the retro gore. Released in 2014—but shot to mimic the film quality and style of your favorite 80’s slasher flicks—it manages to be fun and scary. Dir. Christopher Phelps, Maxim Van Scoy.

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Lake Nowhere from BrinkVision on Vimeo.

 

  1. The Color Out of Space (2010)

The Color Out of Space is an adaptation of the HP Lovecraft story of the same name. Heralded by critics as “One of the Best and Most Ambitious Lovecraft Adaptations Ever Made,The Color Out of Space won multiple awards and is essential viewing for Lovecraft fans new and old. Dir. Huan Vu.

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H.P. Lovecraft’s The Color Out of Space from BrinkVision on Vimeo.

 

  1. Basement Jack (2009)

Basement Jack is a slasher film that follows a serial killer’s lone survivor a decade later, as she finds out he was released from an institution due to a technicality. It’s perfect if you’re a fan of slasher films and prefer a more realistic than supernatural villain. Dir. Michael Shelton.

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Basement Jack from BrinkVision on Vimeo.

 

  1. The Devil’s Woods (2015)

A suspenseful offering from Ireland, The Devil’s Woods mixes a variety of terrifying elements perfectly to induce a horror-filled ride. The film follows a group of friends attempting to repair their relationship through a camping trip in a forest known for its dark past. Dir. Anthony White.

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The Devils Woods from BrinkVision on Vimeo.

 

  1. Stomping Ground (2014)

This film follows a young couple, Ben and Annie, through the woods of her North Carolina hometown. As jealousy stirs and past loves rear their heads, so does a Sasquatch-like creature they’ve disturbed. Dir. Dan Riesser.

Trailer and full streaming link:

Stomping Ground from BrinkVision on Vimeo.

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