A Horror film where the fear is generated by a monster, or many monsters, is another well-used theme. We can all recall one, or indeed many, where this has been used to good effect. From `Them', a 1954 film about giant mutated ants, to `Cloverfield' , in 2008, when New York is devastated by a giant reptile, this has proved to be an enduring, and popular theme. I will concede, in advance of criticism, that this does blur the boundary between Science Fiction and Horror, though I will assert, in this instance, that Horror is the main theme here. In 2007, Frank Darabont adapted this Stephen King story, and directed the resulting film. We are essentially back in George A. Romero territory once more, as a disparate group, this time stranded in a large supermarket during a power cut, find themselves having to survive against an attack from a swarm of monsters. But these are no ordinary monsters, they are from another dimension, and have appeared as a result of the military tampering with time itself. This film is just brilliant. Not only are the monsters different, and really terrifying, the plot twist at the end of the film is also just so good, that I dare not reveal it here. The group of survivors are all different, no surprises there, but their interaction feels genuine, and the sense of panic and desperation has an authentic ring. If you have a penchant for this sort of film, and you have never seen this one, you will be blown away by the invention.