Jerry (Ryan Reynolds) is a man. A man with who is slightly unhinged. A man who hears disembodied voices - The Voices. When he accidentally kills the woman of his dreams, Fiona (Gemma Arterton), he must decide whether he is going to listen to his sardonic talking cat, Mr. Whiskers, and become a serial killer, or to his loving, supportive dog, Bosco, and be a "good boy".
When Will (Logan Marshall-Green) and his partner Kira (Emayatzy Corinealdi) are invited to his ex-wife's house for a dinner party, all appears to be a relaxed affair with old friends and good wine. But as ex-wife Eden (Tammy Blanchard) and her new partner David (Michiel Huisman) begin acting increasingly shady, Will grows increasingly suspicious of their intentions.
"That’s what kills all the men in my movie – having to experience their own feelings." Writer, director, producer, set designer, costumer, Jane-of-all-trades, Anna Biller has her finger on the feminist pulse with The Love Witch, a fantasy romance horror comedy (FanRoHoCo?) about witchcraft in the modern era, set in a technicolor dream world of 60's style and grace. Femme fatale Elaine (Samantha Robinson) is the titular love witch who, after racking up a body count in the search for love, sets her lustful sights on the police officer investigating the strange deaths around her.
Adapted from Stephen King's 9th novel of the same name, Pet Sematary is the haunting and thrilling tale of the Creed family's misfortunes when they move to Maine. Louis Creed (Dave Midkiff), his wife Rachel (Denise Crosby), and their two children, Ellie (Blaze Berdahl) and Gage (Miko Hughes), are a perfectly happy, unremarkable feamily. They even have a pet cat, Winston "Church" Churchill. They couldn't be more 'run-of-the-mill'. That is until a tragedy befalls them, and Louis finds himself answering the question, 'just because death can be cheated, reversed, should it be?'
Julia Ducournau's debut film, Raw, is a deliciously affecting coming-of-age horror drama about a young woman who develops a taste for human meat. Over the course of a week, during veterinary school hazing, staunch vegetarian Justine (Garance Marillier) finds herself in the midst of an identity crisis; her head saying 'no' to food that once lived, but her heart and gut crying out for a feast of flesh.