Ernie’s Top 10 Horror Movies of 2014

yir_2014Below you’ll find Film Pulse contributor Ernie Trinidad’s 10 best horror films of the year, plus five titles to look out for in 2015.

We’ll start with the top 10 best horror movies of the year (swipe left and right if you’re viewing on a mobile device):

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Here are five horror films coming out in 2015 that you’ll want to look out for:

Suburban Gothic (Dir: Richard Bates Jr.)

This is a funny and entertaining horror comedy that looks a one man’s return to his home town. A town that may be besieged by something supernatural and only he has the ability to see it.

Julia (Dir: Matthew A. Brown)

This is a very sobering and somber entry in the revenge/horror genre. After being brutally raped a woman seeks vengeance. It features a strong performance by Ashley C. Williams.

Girlhouse (Dir: Trevor Matthews)

This is one of the best slasher films to come out in quite some time.   This should not disappoint genre fans.

I Survived a Zombie Holocaust (Dir: Guy Pigden)

Leave it to the Kiwis to create another entertaining entry in the zombie/comedy genre. A film production making a new zombie flick is under siege when an actually zombie outbreak occurs. Mayhem and laughter ensues.

Dark Was the Night (Dir: Jack Heller)

This is pretty entertaining monster movie that features solid acting and is well paced.