An Irish indie horror that has a synopsis way better then the actual film is, Beyond the Woods was written and directed by Sean Breathnach.
Under the streets of Moscow, diggers explore the subterranean tunnels that go deep into the Earth. Yet, something has claimed this place as its home.
From director Steve Rudzinski who co-wrote it with Aleen Isley comes a horror movie with a point. A pointy end in fact.
Krampus 2: The Devil Returns was released in 2016 and once again was written/directed by Jason Hull. It stars A.J. Leslie and Paul Ferm.
Not to be confused with the 2018 comedy horror of the same name, this Slay Belles is an ultra-low budget holiday slasher horror. One that stars an array of talented (and some not so talented) drag Queens.
The Axe Murders of Villisca depicts three social outcasts going into a house of darkness where they must also face their own demons.
Credit where credit is due, Welcome to Willits embraces its weirdness. Plays up to the wacky story in a very self-conscious way and showcases some imagination.
SiREN is a horror movie that was directed by Greg Bishop, releasing in 2016. It is a spin-off and feature-length adaptation of Amateur Night from the 2012 anthology horror film V/H/S.