2017 was a phenomenal year for horror movies. Whether it was the social commentary of Get Out, the combination of winking humor and slasher violence of Happy Death Day, or the sheer clown-based terror of It, audiences enjoyed a considerable number of high-quality scares. And that’s on top of some notable indie fright flicks, such as the critically acclaimed The Void, The Devil’s Candy, and Tragedy Girls. On the surface, it would seem like a hard year to top.

Happily for horror buffs everywhere, it appears that ...

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