- Anna: Scream Queen Killer aka Scream Queen Killer (d.Melanie Denholme/The Aquinas) – Wannabe horror actress gets humiliated, abused and raped by director until she flips.
- Another Me (d.Isabel Coixet) – Schoolgirl haunted by ghost of dead twin.
- Credo aka The Devil’s Curse (d.Toni Harman) – Students in spooky old house battle demons.
- The Dead Outside (d.Kerry Anne Mullaney) – Three survivors of zombie apocalypse, one of whom might have a cure.
- A Dying Breed (d.Katharine Collins) – Six survivors of apocalypse trapped in a house.
- For One Night Only (d.Belinda Greensmith) – Teenagers hold séance in abandoned asylum.
- Expiry Date (d.Karen Bird) – Cursed credit card. I’m still desperate to see this!
- The Falling (d.Carol Morley) – Fainting sickness in 1960s girls’ school.
- The Final Haunting (d.Flaminia Graziadei) – Babysitter accepts job in spooky house.
- Jelly Dolly (d.Susannah Gent) – Woman finds ringpull in belly button.
- The Hitchhiker’s Project (d.Madeline McQueen) – Three young people go hiking and disappear.
- The Holding (d.Susan Jacobson) – Sinister visitor helps out on a farm.
- Isle of Dogs (d.Tammi Sutton) – Violent gangland thriller.
- The Library (d.Daljinder Singh) - Librarian doesn't realise she has inherited murder victim's job.
- Merry Z-Day (d.Lily Jenkins) – Zombie comedy set at Christmas.
- Patient 17 (d.Tuyet Le) – Medical interns investigating patient uncover conspiracy.
- Rising Tide (d.Dawn Furness, Philip Shotton) – Students stuck on island, stalked by maniac.
- Soulmate (d.Axelle Carolyn) – After unsuccessful suicide bid, woman stays in haunted cottage.
- Temptation (d.Catherine Taylor) – Rape victim offered chance of immortality by vampire.
- A Vault of Victims (d. Anthony Brems, Maria Lee Metheringham and Will Metheringham) – Anthology: lesbians kill man; woman becomes obsessed with mirror; murderous teddy bear
- Black Lightning Dream (d. Nici Preston)
- Deadly Waters (d.Tyler James, Catherine Carpenter)
- Jagoda aka The One (d.Lex Pokane-Hefner)
- The Lesson (d.Ruth Platt)
- Whispers (d.Tammi Sutton)
But for anyone looking for the cold, hard stats about how many horror films in this country are directed by women, the answer is...
Three per cent.
[Update. Thanks to Kulvinder Gill for reminding me that my initial list of 19 missed out Daljinder Singh's The Library. My bad. Post updated - MJS]