ByDaniel Rodriguez, writer at Creators.co
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Top Five and Bottom Five of 2015 Horror Movies released in the First Semester of the year, including rating and main positive and negative points of each movie.

  • The Best:

- It Follows - 5/5

Plot: For 19-year-old Jay, fall should be about school, boys and weekends out at the lake. But after a seemingly innocent sexual encounter, she finds herself plagued by strange visions and the inescapable sense that someone, or something, is following her. Faced with this burden, Jay and her teenage friends must find a way to escape the horrors that seem to be only a few steps behind.

+ Original Concept + Effectivly Scary + Perfect Soundtrack + Beautiful Cinematography + John Carpenter's Style

- Let us Prey - 4/5

Plot: Rachel, a rookie cop, is about to begin her first night shift in a neglected police station in a Scottish, backwater town. The kind of place where the tide has gone out and stranded a motley bunch of the aimless, the forgotten, the bitter-and-twisted who all think that, really, they deserve to be somewhere else. They all think they're there by accident and that, with a little luck, life is going to get better. Wrong, on both counts. Six is about to arrive - and All Hell Will Break Loose!

+ Brutal Characters + Outstanding Story + Liam Cunningham's Performance + Spine Chilling + Awesome Soundtrack + Outstanding Opening Scene

- Cub - 4/5

Plot: Over-imaginative 12 year-old Sam heads off to the woods to summer scout camp with his pack convinced that he will encounter a monster...

+ Character Development + Maurice Luijten's Performance + Awesome Soundtrack + Brutal Ending + Stylish Mask + Kickstarter Funded

- Spring - 4/5

Plot: A young man in a personal tailspin flees the US to Italy, where he sparks up a romance with a woman harboring a dark, primordial secret.

+ Original Concept + Creepy as F*ck + Character Development + Beautifully Shot + Awesome Soundtrack + Fantastic Narrative

- Digging Up the Marrow - 4/5

Plot: A documentary exploring genre based monster art takes an odd turn when the filmmakers are contacted by a man who claims he can prove that monsters are indeed real.

+ Adam Green + Monster Design + Homage to Monster Flicks + Alex Pardee Art + Entertaining

Special Mentions: Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead and Shrew's Nest

  • The Worst:

- Lazarus Project - 1/5

Plot: A group of medical students discover a way to bring dead patients back to life.

- Painfully Boring - Incredibly Unnoriginal - Predictable as Hell - Jump Scare Filled - Mediocre Acting - Generic Characters - Waste of Money, good Actors and good Marketing campaign

- Exeter - A.k.a. - Backmask/The Asylum - 1/5

Plot: A group of teenagers accidentally release an evil spirit that starts to possess them one by one.

- Incredibly Unnoriginal - Predictable as Hell - Jump Scare Filled - Stupid Characters - Zero Notion of Pacing - Ramdomly alternates between Serious and Comedy tones

- Nightlight - 1.5/5

Plot: Five friends play a game in a "mysterious" forest with a long history as a beacon for troubled young people contemplating suicide.

- Incredibly Unnoriginal - Predictable as Hell - Jump Scare Filled - Stupid and Hateful Characters - Poor Excuse for Found Footage Style

- Anarchy Parlor -1.5/5

Plot: Six young college hopefuls vacationing and partying in Lithuania get more than they bargained for when they unwittingly get caught up in a maniacal tattoo artist's fiendish side business.

- Abysmal Acting - Terrible Characters - Nudity over Plot - Worst plot twist of the year

- Dark Summer - 2/5

Plot: Follows the tale of a 17-year-old on house arrest for the summer. When his mother is away on business, a horrifying incident occurs, followed by an even more terrifying presence in the house.

- Painfully Boring - Predictable as Hell - Jump Scare Filled - Mediocre Acting - Generic Characters

Special Mention: Poltergeist 3D

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