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Indie Horror Film of the Year 2018

It's that time of the year. Today we reveal Dead Celluloid's best indie horror of 2018. It was a tough one this year. So an honorable mention must be made too.


This year has been a roller coaster of fantastic horror from the indie market. We have seen a deluge of amazing films from Jakob M. Erwa's HomeSick, through the outstanding Sequence Break, and the truly disturbing Becca Hirani vehicle, The Bad Nun. None have disappointed. But still, we have to choose.

Runner Up




"A man wakes up in a square of an unknown city again and again, after each failed attempt to escape four masked assassins. Through the never ending chase, he tries to recover his identity, and find out who set him up."

We were blown away in May when we were lucky enough to see Incarnation. A stunningly well made science fiction piece with overtones of horror all over it. The acting, writing, and direction are all sublime. This is one to see.

But...

Winner, Best Indie Horror Film 2018

Could it be anything else?




"Years after his release from jail, Sam Parsons is trying to build the his life with his wife Courtney and their young daughter Harper. He works hard to provide for his family and afford their beautiful home in their quiet suburban neighborhood. When supernatural occurrences start to happen in the house, Sam fears for the safety of his wife and daughter. When the occurrences turn into attacks, Sam hires Corbin Carlysle and his reality TV show ghost hunting team known as "The Ghost Killers", to help him battle the dark entity that's lurking in the shadows of his home. As things start to escalate and it becomes clear that this entity is much more dangerous than your typical ghost, complication arise when Corbin and his team are more focused on the fame and fortune. To win this fight Sam must battle his own inner demons and revert back to his violent past. In order to save the ones he loves a Demon must face a Demon."

The Demon Inside came as a surprise.  We weren't expecting to see such a glorious display of horror comedy. Writer / director Joey Moran does a wonderful job in bringing a lively, fun, and grotesque amount of blood to the screen. It's not often that films stick with us so long after the viewing. And the fact that we would watch it time and again. 

It's one top notch film in a year of top notch films. 

We can only congratulate them. 

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