Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010, dir. Eli Craig)

Two well-meaning backwoodsmen have their good intentions misunderstood by camping students. Jolly-enough horror-comedy that gets by on the charm of its leads, by a strong-enough premise, and some effective slapstick gore.

Locked In (AKA Monolith) (2016, dir. Ivan Silvestrini)

A mother and son are stranded in the desert in a hi-tech car. Well-shot but narratively thin, this simplistic thriller struggles to make the most of its Knight Rider meets Cujo premise, settling for the odd striking image over plausibility.