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It's been a pretty dry summer for the horror genre but those seeking an autumnal scare shall find themselves drunk on terror.

Along with Paranormal Activity 4 and much-hyped anthology V/H/S, there's also a found found footage infection horror called The Bay.

Coming from Oscar-winning director Barry Levinson, better known for non-scary fare such as Sleepers and Rain Man, it's the tale of a parasite spreading across a small American town and the ensuing mayhem.

Watch it and let us know if your skin starts crawling immediately.

The Bay will hit cinemas by the end of the year

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