Night Teeth (Netflix)
Netflix are doing better with their horror stuff and I rather enjoyed this. Trades more on style than its story but the cast are all ace (especially Lucy Fry) and it's a bit like a vampire Collateral. Shame about the shitty title though.
Fear Street (Netflix)
Wasn't expecting anything from these films at all but they were a blast, especially the 1978 one. It probably would have worked better as a TV series as all three films felt a bit stretched at times but they largely work well in their own right and the story connects together nicely over all three of them. Surprisingly good stuff.
One Dark Night (YouTube)
Low budget early 80s horror about Meg Tilly seeing out a night in a mausoleum as a hazing ritual. This was really great - relies on building up tension and features no jump scares and hardly any blood. Never heard of it before last night but it's one of the best things I've watched this month.
Wouldn't expect any horror film with Gordon Kennedy (yes, that one) to be any cop but this really was. Probably didn't need to be found footage in nature but the story's well built and the ending is great. Kennedy was really good too, bizarrely!
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
Disliked the first two Conjuring films, absolutely detested this. James Wan's determined to run horror into the ground with his jump scare shit, the absolute bell. Vera Farmiga deserves better than this, but I think everyone does.