In light of the BBC's 100 greatest films of the 21st Century (which I don't completely disagree with their choice of films as I do their order). I ask you to name your top overall horror film over the past 16 years and why. http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20160819-the-21st-centurys-100-greatest-films For me, I'd have to take The Innkeepers. Some of you agree while I know others are rolling your eyes. That damn inn is literally an hour away from me and I still haven't made my way there yet. Annabelle is even closer, but it's harder (and more expensive) to get in there. The Innkeepers really took me surprise with the chemistry between the two leads, which was interesting seeing them portraying completely different characters in their next film, Cheap Thrills. The scares were genuine, and there was a real sense of dread that I feel is missing in other recent horror films. The American remake of The Ring is a close second, and I believe it bears mention due to its haunting soundtrack, the video on the tape and the scenes "I saw her face" and "You weren't supposed to help her. Don't you understand, Rachel? She never sleeps."