The private spaces of women are unnervingly encroached upon by a masculine other in this confrontational work that shifts cinema's scopophilic gaze back on to the audience.
Creeping dread meticulously escalates to an understated, but deeply unsettling coda as a father and daughter pack away the contents of their family home.
Hypnotic cinematography buoyed by a ghostly soundscape envelops remarkable canine performances in this moody, experimental nightmare.
A teenage hitchhiker traverses a lonely mountain highway and begins to pick a mysterious radio broadcast rife with ominous reports of the near future.
An incessant car alarm attracts the curiosity of a cul-de-sac's residents with chilling consequences. A measured slice of suburban horror that implies and terrifies.
The brilliant animator behind the stop-motion segments of XX spins an eerie fable about a young woman's repressed memories luring her back to her childhood home.
A greedy young boy discovers that the Tooth Fairy is a stickler for the rules in this frightening permutation of the folk figure.
Spilt milk is nothing to cry over but when it inadvertently awakens a voracious woodland creature, this funny and freaky short makes the case that it might be something to scream over.
When a few measures of music get stuck in a man's head, the consequences are almost as disturbing as the source of the tune.
Satan sucks, but this pitch-black comedy about catching the eye of the prince of darkness is the best.
A woman is trapped in a Red Lobster commercial. Sublime absurdity that crescendos to nightmarish heights and with remarkable emotional resonance.