It Comes at Night - Paranoid post-apocalyptic survival movie with horror elements. After some sort of plague has destroyed most of human society, one family takes another into their heavily fortified home in the woods so they can share resources. Things go well between the two families until they don’t. Very sparse and atmospheric with strong characters and a brutal ending. Highly recommended.
The Blackcoat’s Daughter (called February in the UK) - During winter break at a Catholic girl’s boarding school, a senior must watch over a strange freshman when their parents don’t arrive to pick them up. The freshman girl, played by Kiernan Shipka from Mad Men, starts acting strange, and the film shifts focus to another equally strange girl (Emma Roberts) hitchhiking her way to the school, before tying the two narratives together in the end in a pretty clever and moving way. The movie takes standard demonic possession cliches and breathes new life into them. The few glimpses we get of the demon are brilliant in their subtlety. Also recommended.