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Six Indie Horrors To Remember

Updated: Nov 21, 2021


Drew Barrymore in Scream (1996)

Cornwall Film Festival is only a couple of weeks away! The 20th edition includes screenings of critically acclaimed films from different countries and genres. With Halloween right around the corner, we’d be remiss not to highlight two of the most highly anticipated 2021 horror films that are featured in the festival’s line-up this year: Lamb and Titane. Both will be screening at CFF, bringing bold and unique horror visions to Cornwall audiences.


While horror has never not been in fashion, over the past few months, reboots have stolen the spotlight from original new horror films. Halloween Kills (2021) is a 20-million-dollar production that cashed big at the box office, earning more than $90 million during its first two weeks in theatres. As part of the canon horror franchise that first graced cinemas in 1978, the latest instalment attracted die-hard fans as well as young horror enthusiasts curious to find out the fate of Michael Myers. The film’s success has already set another sequel in motion, with Halloween Ends slated for a 2022 release.