The best picks from the biggest horror festival Fantastic Fest 2018 has been listed here and check out whether your favourite upcoming films take place in the list...

One of the biggest Film Festivals in the U.S. and undoubtedly the hotspot for Horror fans is the Fantastic Fest and it is celebrated as a festival among moviebuffs and horror fans. The fest involves screenings of various old classics and films of various languages around the world. Here are some of the best movies picked from the Fantastic Fest 2018 among all then new films screened in the festival.

The haunting supernatural mystery film Suspiria nailed for the festival with its spell-binding horror mood throughout the film. The movie stars Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton and Mia Goth in lead roles and the dance with an intriguing music filled with suspense makes it an intense experience throughout the film, Click here to check the Venice Film Festival reports of Suspiria. Next up is the upcoming Halloween film under the good old Halloween franchise which hasnt seen much success after the first film in 1978 and this one looks like a promising one going by the fantastic reports from the audience.

Apostle is aKristine Froseth starrer thriller film following the story of a brother going in search of her kidnapped sister by a religious cult for ransom money and he shows the pain for their mistake in the film. Gareth Evans directorial film stuns with its making. Much talked about film Hold the Dark comes next as already spoken about this film a lot of times, the wolf thriller stuns the audience, Read the extensive reports from Toronto Film Festival here.

Nicole Kidmans most appreciated performance in this film is the talk of the town when heard about the title Destroyer. The film is coming for the Christmas weekend and will surprise the audience with the action-packed crime drama directed by Karyn Kusama. The last one is none other than the Tumbbad film which requires a special mention as the Swedish Indian film strongly impresses with the unique treatment and soul breaking horror directed by Rahi Anil Barve and Anand Gandhi.