This week sees the arrival of head-twisting home-invasion horror You’Re Next. Don’t be fooled in believing Adam Wingard’s brilliant and brutal suspense-driven slasher is only full of the familiar run-of-the-mill stuff. The film is wholly original, fun and certainly boasts a number of surprises – a stand-out out turn from the stunning Sharni Vinson; gut-busting pitch-black humour and one hell of a twist in its tale. It’s given Thn some inspiration in putting together our own list of genre favourites that featured another monumental plot curve ball and making them long remembered.
Delve in deep, but beware… spoilers ahead and don’t forget to catch our review of You’Re Next by clicking the link!
The Tall Man (2011)
Pascal Laugier followed up his 2008 infamous, unflinching and brutal French hit Martyrs with his first English-language effort. The Tall Man was sold as a typical supernatural killer-on-the-loose flick. Children »
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