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James McAvoy astounds as a man with dissociative identity disorder who kidnaps three teens (Anya Taylor-Joy, Haley Lu Richardson, Jessica Sula) in this M. Night Shyamalan thriller.

Split (2017)

Patrick Wilson's directorial debut returns the franchise to its roots. This fifth installment follows Josh (Wilson) and Dalton (Ty Simpkins) confronting their past nine years after Insidious: Chapter 2.

Insidious: The Red Door (2023)

Octavia Spencer shines in this campy thriller as Sue Ann, a lonely woman who befriends teens and invites them to party in her basement, only to reveal sinister motives.

Ma (2019)

This slasher film by Scream writer Kevin Williamson follows two college friends (Gideon Adlon, Bethlehem Million) as they are hunted by a masked killer while quarantining at a lake house.

SICK (2023)

This horror film unfolds entirely on a computer screen, following Blaire (Shelley Hennig) and her friends as they are haunted by the spirit of a classmate who committed suicide.

Unfriended (2015)

Mike Flanagan's horror film about a cursed mirror haunting a family uses parallel storytelling, a signature Flanagan device.

Oculus (2014)

In this found-footage thriller, siblings Becca (Olivia DeJonge) and Tyler (Ed Oxenbould) visit their estranged grandparents, leading to unexpected and terrifying twists.

The Visit (2015)

This black comedy slasher, directed by Christopher Landon, follows a college student (Jessica Rothe) who repeatedly relives her murder day to unmask her killer.

Happy Death Day (2017)

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