Top 4 Horror Documentaries of 2020

Who could have predicted the things that happened in 2020! As our real lives got transformed into a horror movie involving a killer virus that spread across the planet another shock came in the form of the high quality doc’s that emerged across the year ranging in subjects but all of them horror related.

Below we run through our list of the Top 4 Horror Documentaries of 2020 with the hope that 2021 brings not only an end to the pandemic but even more high quality film making.

The Horror Crowd (2020)

What we said:
“The Horror Crowd is snappy and fast paced, covering a range of topics through various perspectives. It doesn’t ponder for too long on each subject and frequently intercuts between talking heads. However, the sincere approach is hugely welcoming making for an enjoyable documentary about people who love horror.”
Read the rest of the review right below
https://lovehorror.co.uk/horror-reviews/68725/the-horror-crowd-2020-review/

Movie Rating: ★★★★☆ 


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Clapboard Jungle (2020)

What we said:
“A fascinating documentary about how filmmaking is far, far less about the actual making of the film itself than you’d hope, as well as being an essential “how to” guide for anyone crazy enough to want to follow in Justin McConnell’s footsteps, Clapboard Jungle is a must-watch for film fans and creators alike.”
Read the rest of the review right below
https://lovehorror.co.uk/horror-reviews/68997/clapboard-jungle-2020-review/

Movie Rating: ★★★★☆ 


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You Cannot Kill David Arquette (2020)

What we said:
“You Cannot Kill David Arquette is such an accessible and compelling documentary. Being a hardcore wrestling fan is not required to appreciate this raw and honest story. Whether you are a fan of Arquette or not, it cannot be denied that his story is compelling from start to finish. Featuring both light and dark moments, and some utterly brutal, namely the shocking event where David was brutally injured after partaking in a deathmatch, a scene which is not for the faint-hearted.”
Read the rest of the review right below
https://lovehorror.co.uk/gore/70957/you-cannot-kill-david-arquette-2020-review/

Movie Rating: ★★★★★ 


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Hail to the Deadites (2020)

What we said:
“Steve Villeneuve has done an exceptional job in creating this documentary about fan culture and the human side to the crazy world of horror movies. Each individual’s story is inspiring leaving something positive to take away at the end. Often, horror fans are misjudged for either their appearance or interest in unconventional movies as far as the mainstream is concerned, Hail to the Deadites counteracts these misconceptions as it follows kind-hearted, dedicated people who just happen to love a film that delights in gory mayhem!”
Read the rest of the review right below
https://lovehorror.co.uk/gore/68811/hail-to-the-deadites-2020-review/

Movie Rating: ★★★★★ 


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See you for more scares in 2021!

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Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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