Godzilla Vs. Kong is what it promises. Two of the most loved big monsters up against each other and you'll immediately know if this film is for you from the title. A film that has a big imagination and bigger monsters.
Dementer is unapologetically writer/director Chad Crawford Kinkle's film. Personal and with sharp focus, Kinkle brings straight in a head long mix of stark reality and horrifying manipulations.
It's 1655. A time of the plague, the time of hard line religion and the time of witch hunting. Neil Marshall explores this very dark time in history, not as an accurate snapshot of the times but as a backdrop to frame a story about misogyny in general life, its deep roots in religion and the sacrifices that women make to combat this.
Ghosts and revenge are nothing new in horror but the combination of the two in The Queen Of Black Magic provides chills and heartbreak, all put together expertly with Joko Anwar's script and Kimo Stamboel's direction.
Psycho Goreman takes place in a strange reality, a modern day society filtered through the lens of an 80's sitcom, inside a splatter film - and it's glorious.
Whilst the best of 2020 seems like a really low bar and despite the complete and utter real life garbage that this year has continually given us, there were still bright spots in the horror genre and in truth it has been one of the better overall years for quality and consistency.