The Ring: Iconic American horror remake. Fright after fright, Samara's killer videotape terrorizes. A decade-defining scarefest with a lasting legacy.
Doom: Pure entertainment schlock. Space marines vs cosmic demons. Brilliant video game translation. Dumb fun horror-action with gnarly imagery.
Dawn of the Dead (2004): Best zombie movie remake. Dark, gritty, and intense. Fast zombies, morbid humor, and ferocious bite.
Zombieland: Top-tier horror comedy of the 2000s. Injected humor into zombie subgenre. Memorable cast and undead crowd-pleaser.
Lights Out: Notable short film turned feature. Fear of darkness explored. Terrifying monster in the shadows. Effective jump scares. Teresa Palmer shines in gripping survival story.
The Thing (2011): Underrated prequel honoring the original. Practical effects scrapped, but Mary Elizabeth Winstead shines. A modern take worth a watch.
I See You: Unconventional horror defying rules. Blend of genres and suspense. Helen Hunt leads in domestic horror with frightful scares and centered fears.
Eli: Evolving horror charm. Auto-immune boy in quarantine. Haunted house turned wild third act. Unconventional and surprising. Stream it for weird and wild thrills.
Girls With Balls: Killer rednecks vs volleyball squad. Horror comedy with exploding heads and a musical narrator. Effects-heavy slaughter spree.
The Block Island Sound: Eerie coastal mystery blending multiple subgenres. Psychological, eco, aquatic, and possession horror. Unexplainable events and haunting storytelling.