Every year the BGH crew selects their picks for best and worst horror films of that year. Stay tuned toward the end of the year for our infallible consensus for the best and worst of the year, compiled by our very own genre mega-scholar Jonathan Schnaars.

Every year the BGH crew selects their picks for best and worst horror films of that year. Stay tuned toward the end of the year for our infallible consensus for the best and worst of the year, compiled by our very own genre mega-scholar Jonathan Schnaars.

Every year the BGH crew selects their picks for best and worst horror films of that year. Stay tuned toward the end of the year for our infallible consensus for the best and worst of the year, compiled by our very own genre mega-scholar Jonathan Schnaars.

Set in the 1980s Perth suburbs, Ben Young’s Hounds of Love centers on a sadistic husband and wife duo, John and Evelyn White (Stephen Curry and Emma Booth), who kidnap, torture, and murder young high school girls. Vicki (Ashleigh Cummings) is the White’s latest quarry. Drugged and restrained to a bed she desperately searches for an escape while her separated parents search for her.

Every year the BGH crew selects their picks for best and worst horror films of that year. Stay tuned toward the end of the year for our infallible consensus for the best and worst of the year, compiled by our very own genre mega-scholar Jonathan Schnaars.

Every year the BGH crew selects their picks for best and worst horror films of that year. Stay tuned toward the end of the year for our infallible consensus for the best and worst of the year, compiled by our very own genre mega-scholar Jonathan Schnaars.

Every year the BGH crew selects their picks for best and worst horror films of that year. Stay tuned toward the end of the year for our infallible consensus for the best and worst of the year, compiled by our very own genre mega-scholar Jonathan Schnaars.

Every year the BGH crew selects their picks for best and worst horror films of that year. Stay tuned toward the end of the year for our infallible consensus for the best and worst of the year, compiled by our very own genre mega-scholar Jonathan Schnaars.

What is genre to you? Is it a warm, cozy blanket of tropes that wraps you in a soothing bubble of solace? If so—The Killing of a Sacred Deer is not for you. This is a seething, uncomfortable hell-broth that amusingly urges you to drink; all while callously burning your throat. It’s single, undying, yearning mission is to torture its characters while inviting the viewer to be part of the festivities. This is a good thing.

Every year the BGH crew selects their picks for best and worst horror films of that year. Stay tuned toward the end of the year for our infallible consensus for the best and worst of the year, compiled by our very own genre mega-scholar Jonathan Schnaars.