Horror

‘Deep Blue Sea’

Renny Harlin in 1999 directs a film where sharks are smart and think about how they can hunt their captures.

‘Jaws’

Steven Spielberg’s 1975 classic shark film, where Amity Island is under attack.

‘House At The End Of The Street’

Jennifer Lawrence’s character becomes very interested in the boy next door when she discovers his tragic past. Directed by Mark Tonderai and released in 2012.

‘The Meg’

Jason Statham meets a prehistoric megalodon, and it isn’t the happiest shark in the ocean, in fact it seems hungry. Directed by Jon Turteltaub in 2018.

‘The Midnight Meat Train’

Bradley Cooper’s character decides to take it upon himself to discover the underbelly of his town through photographs, in Ryuhei Kitamura’s 2008 gruesome film.

‘The Nun’

After a suspicious suicide, the Vatican sends out a Father and a Nun to investigate an abbey to determine whether the ground is still holy. Directed by Corin Hardy in 2018.

‘The Purge’

On one day in the whole year, everything is legal, including murder… Directed by James DeMonaco in 2013.

‘A Quiet Place’

John Krasinski directs this 2018 horror of a city in utter silence as noise attracts those that will kill.

‘The Shallows’

Jaume Collet-Serra directs this 2016 films where Blake Lively’s character is stuck in the shallows with a shark hunting her.

‘Stonehearst Asylum’

A new doctor arrives at an asylum and discovers it’s not all that it seems from the outside, meanwhile taking an interest in one patient in particular. Directed by Brad Anderson in 2014.

’47 Meters Down’

When sisters (Mandy Moore and Claire Holt) on vacation decide to go shark looking in a cage, things go terribly wrong when the cage plunges into the ocean to 47 meters. Released in 2017 by Johannes Roberts.

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