A guilt-ridden FBI agent, stranded in the painful memory of the abduction of his sister, suffers from a rare condition known as Nyctophobia, an irrational fear of the dark, and will have to face-off with the cunning serial killer who took her away.
Based on the novel “The Visible Filth” by Nathan Ballingrud and adapted to screen by Babak Anvari, this psychological horror film follows New Orleans bartender Will (Armie Hammer) as his life is overtaken by demons and terrifying happenings once he takes home a forgotten cell phone from the bar, left there by an underage patron.
Dave volunteers to accompany his nephew on his kindergarten field trip where he meets Miss Caroline. He instantly takes a liking to her, but his plans are quickly ruined by some unwanted guests. Dave soon realizes famous child entertainer Teddy McGiggle is the least of his problems when a sudden outbreak of zombies threaten the kids' safety
These films really play with your head. For this list, we’ll be looking at some of the greatest horror films based around psychological scares. Our list includes “Black Swan” (2010), “The Others” (2001), “The Babadook” (2014), “Jacob’s Ladder” (1990), “Don’t Look Now” (1973), and more!
The game revolves around the Federal Bureau of Control, a secret U.S. government agency tasked with containing and studying phenomena which violate the laws of reality. As Jesse Faden, the Bureau's new Director, players explore the Oldest House – the FBC's paranormal New York headquarters – and utilize powerful abilities in order to defeat a deadly enemy known only as the Hiss, which has invaded and corrupted reality.