The 13 best horror flicks of the decade, 2010-2019

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      It Follows (2015) “Every once in a while a low-budget indie fright flick comes along that makes everything on the major studios’ horror plate look like a pile of steaming crap.”

      Get Out (2017) “If you only see one horror movie this year, let it be Get Out. And if you only see one movie of any kind this year, same thing.”

      The Cabin in the Woods (2012) “The Cabin in the Woods is crammed with so many twists and turns that the mere thought of reviewing it and ruining the fun for others is scary in and of itself.”

      Hereditary (2018) “The wrath of Satan seems pretty tame compared to the suffering that damaged family members can inflict on one another.”

      The Babadook (2014) “Forget Insidious and its ilk, The Babadook is where it’s at for supernatural horror in the home.”

      Evil Dead (2013) “In memory of beloved horror-booster Roger Ebert I’m gonna give it one hideously mangled tongues-up.”

      The Tunnel (2011) "When scary shit happens, the terror sticks with you because you’re never shown enough to be certain of anything."

      A Quiet Place (2018) “…ultimately A Quiet Place emerges as an effective nightmare-maker for parents that is one of those rarest and most welcome commodities for fright-flick fans: horror with heart.”

      Creep (2015) "Duplass's whacked-out performance keeps you fairly riveted to the screen, wondering what crazy s*** Josef's gonna pull next-and how the tormented Aaron will respond."

      Paranormal Activity 2 (2010) "The makers of Paranormal Activity 2 rejected the opportunity to rip off and cash in on its worthy predecessor, and thanks to them I feel proud to be a horror fan again."

      10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) “Go into 10 Cloverfield Lane mostly blind and let its mysteries unfold like a long-lost, newly discovered Twilight Zone episode. Because that’s kinda what it is.”

      Frozen (2010) “Green avoids Hatchet‘s corny clichés and totally redeems himself with a harrowing portrait of humans at the mercy of the great outdoors.”

      Don't Breathe (2016) "Alvarez guides the ensuing mayhem with a sure hand, ratcheting up the suspense and keeping the thrills coming long after other directors would have packed it in."