Girl With All The Gifts - Train to Busan has already been mentioned, which was a great zombie movie. Girl with all the gifts is based on the novel of the same name. It's basically a low budget version of 28 days later, set in the UK engulfed in a running zombie outbreak, a party must travel across the country to get to a certain destination. There's more to it than that. Infected children haven't totally turned into zombies yet like all the adults, so they can be talked to and educated - it's a really interesting twist on the old zombie formula. It is a bit low budget in places (you could play a drinking game based around spotting all the UK high street brands that have been digitally imposed into the film), but it's got a great cast (Paddy Considine, Gemma Arterton and Glenn Close).
Raw - This French/Belgium horror was out at cinemas for a hot second over here in the UK. I'd heard loads of good things so I ventured out to see it right away. It's a great coming of age story of a girl who goes to veterinarian school. She's strictly a vegetarian, but due to all the brutal hazing rituals, she is forced to eat raw animal liver which awakens another hunger within her. It's pure psychological horror with some real gory moments, however it's also oddly comedic and tender in places. The film's final moments includes a real savage message for both boys and girls. I wrote a bigger review on my blog, if anyone is interested, but I'd highly recommend.