With a resume only three movies deep, Briton Neil Marshall’s filmography is already amusingly contradictory. His first proper feature was the low-budget werewolf flick Dog Soldiers, which was light enough to have almost featured Simon Pegg in its cast. He followed it up with The Decent, one of the most revered horror films of the ’00s, replete with doom-filled imagery and claustrophobic chills. Most recently, however, he unleashed his very own tribute to John Carpenter and Roger Miller, the divisive Doomsday. Is Marshall a new horror auteur or just another grunt in the genre’s overcrowded trenches?