I hate how much I enjoyed this. Well worth the commute
Dread and horror play hand in hand in this twisted tale.
A resurgence of well crafted horror over recent years has really sucked me into its spiralling vortex. For ten years now we've been putting up with the excrutiatingly lazy 'from the studio that brought you Paranormal Activity' - for almost so long that the very concept of the horror felt like a used up and trashy genre; stuffed with retellings of the same ghost stories or cabin in the…