4. Raw (2016)
Depending on whether or not you scare easily, Raw might be less frightening for you than it is outright disturbing. You might have heard of it referred to as the French cannibal film, but Raw is also a genuinely good film and character study. Garance Marillier plays Justine, a strict vegetarian who encounters a seductive new world during her first week of veterinary school. Striving to fit in, she samples raw meat for the first time and experiences unexpected consequences.
3. Hush (2016)
It often feels like Mike Flanagan can do no wrong. Hush is one of the director’s earlier films, Hush, which stars his wife and frequent collaborator, Kate Siegel. It’s an eerie and nail-biting slasher about a deaf writer who has retreated to the woods to live in solitary and must fight for her life when a masked killer comes to call one night.
2. Creep (2014)
Creep and its sequel are both streaming on Netflix and are worth your while if you haven’t seen them yet. The first film has a pretty ordinary premise: A man answers an online ad from a stranger who wants to be filmed for a day. But his requests become increasingly bizarre.
1. Cam (2018)
Cam is easily the most underrated movie on this list despite receiving critical acclaim. A psychological horror film, Cam is about a cam girl who discovers her account has been stolen by a look-alike and sets out to find out who this mysterious fake is and how to get her identity back.
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