SXScares: What to Watch This Halloween

The spookiest time of the year is almost here! If you are in need of something to watch, look no further than this post. We have a list of recommendations with something for everybody – from zombies and murder mysteries to the wonderfully weird. Take a look at our suggestions below and get your scare on!

Body at Brighton Rock  


Roxanne Benjamin's directorial debut is a murderous tale of a part-time State Park employee forced to endure a night of fear and suspense, deep in the wilderness.



Neo-sun worshiper Martin prepares to appease the solar Gods with ritual human sacrifice. But first he needs a spray tan.


In this visually inventive sequel to The Woman, a feral teenage girl is taken into strict Catholic care and prepared for her First Holy Communion.

Girl On the Third Floor   

Veteran producer Travis Stevens brings his directorial debut to visceral life in this disturbing horror film, with a muscular lead performance from Phil Brooks (former wrestler CM Punk).

Greener Grass   

If you enjoy perverse, anachronistic suburban satire with a penchant for exotic dental hardware and a twisted sense of humor, Greener Grass is the film for you!

How To Be Alone   

This dark and wickedly fun short film stars Maika Monroe as a woman whose deepest fears seem to manifest physically when her husband leaves for the night shift.

It's Not Custard


It’s Not Custard is the darkly comic story of Louise, a teenager suffering the dual blows of unrelenting acne and bullying. She awakes one morning to find her acne gone, but this magical gift has a bizarre consequence that grants Louise the most delicious of revenges.

Little Monsters   

An extraordinary unexpected turn from Lupita Nyong’o makes this oddball zombie thriller a cut above, and an undead must-see.

Right Place, Wrong Tim   

Right Place, Wrong Tim follows the Bell family, a dynasty of clockmakers who run Dagenham’s infamous ‘Hells Bells’ clock shop.


The latest from Jordan Peele, starring Lupita Nyong'o, Winston Duke and Elisabeth Moss. Enough said....


By Neha Aziz


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