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The Very Best Horror Movies of the 21st Century, so far

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Ginger Snaps [DVD] [2001]
Ginger Snaps [DVD] [2001]
"Werewolves and menstruation: could anything be more terrifying?! Outstanding performances from Emily Perkins and Katherine Isabelle."
May [DVD]
May [DVD]
"Angela Bettis is astonishing in this unusually intimate, character driven chiller."
The Descent  (Special Edition)  [DVD]
The Descent  (Special Edition) [DVD]
"Dog Soldiers was a laugh; this is the real thing. Without a doubt the most terrifying movie in years, it'll make claustrophobes of us all."
Shaun of the Dead [DVD] [2004]
Shaun of the Dead [DVD] [2004]
"The best comedy-horror since the glory days of 'Evil Dead 2' and 'American Werewolf in London.' YEAH BOY!"
Switchblade Romance [DVD]
Switchblade Romance [DVD]
"One of the smartest, scariest slashers ever made. AKA 'Haute Tension/High Tension' - UK title doesn't make much sense, as the switchblade is one of the few edged weapons not to get a look in...!"
Land of the Dead (2005) [DVD]
Land of the Dead (2005) [DVD]
"The Big Daddy of modern horror is back! Not quite on a par with the original Dead trilogy, but still more than a cut above most of today's fare."
King Of The Ants [DVD]
King Of The Ants [DVD]
"Okay, it's debatable as to whether this is truly horror, but it's from genre master Stuart Gordon - and it's certainly disturbing enough. Chris McKenna is remarkable."
Jason X [DVD] [2002]
Jason X [DVD] [2002]
"Jason Voorhees reborn: a hugely enjoyable, tongue-in-cheek take on slashers and sci-fi."
Freddy Vs Jason [DVD] [2003]
Freddy Vs Jason [DVD] [2003]
"Sure, it's dumb; sure, the teenage cast are horrendous. But when the great boogeymen fight and the gore gets flowing, by gum it's fun!"
Sleepy Hollow [DVD] [2000]
Sleepy Hollow [DVD] [2000]
"Released around New Year's Day 2000 - the first great movie of the millenium! Tim Burton's $100 million Hammer Horror is perhaps his definitive movie."