Top 10 Scariest Horror Movies
Do you enjoy movies that make the hairs on your neck stand up? or if your really hairy, then do you enjoy the hair on your forearm raising? If so, then your in luck cause we are back with our list, of top 10 scariest horror movies of all time. So get ready for some thrills, Chills and Muhahahaha.
10The Evil Dead (1981)
This is the first film from director Sam Raimi, the 1982 horror film “The Evil Dead” has proved that you DON’t! need millions, to make a great horror flick. Their budget was under $350,000, and with that, they made what is considered, one of the greatest horror movies of all time, even 30 years after it’s release.
9The Conjuring (2013)
The Conjuring single handedly reignited the flames of horror movies for the 21st century. Set in 1971, and inspired by real life events. The Ghost Investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren, take us to the other side of reality, into a dark world within our own. The Conjuring has broken all sorts of records in the box office, through its jaw dropping story line, and scary cinematography.
8The Ring (2002)
Based on a Japanese movie called ‘Ring’, this 2002 horror movie made its way around the world scaring the Tawagoto out of everyone in the theater. The Ring revolves around a haunted videotape, which threatens to kill anyone who doesn’t show the tape to someone else, within seven days TICK TOCK TICK TOCK TICK TOCK. Fear soon spreads, and the terror only increases making this one of the greatest horror flicks of all time.
7Paranormal Activity (2007)
You might think of it as an ordinary horror film, with a repetitive old concept. Ya know.. a couple becomes increasingly disturbed, by a nightly demonic presence in their a suburban home, but, there’s a 20th century twist.. Cause this couple decides to use El Techo to record their haunting experiences. Putting viewers in a state of, what if that was me. Scared to take a selfie.. scared to go poo poo right next to the bathy.. Mu ha ha ha ha
Halloween is often seen as the precursor to the entire slasher-horror genre that created an entire new way of horror making. First time director, John Carpenter, masterfully portrays the story of psycho killer “Michael Myers” who escapes from a psychiatric hospital, just to kill the younger sister of his first victim. When you watch, you just don’t watch, you feel, you feel like Mikey’s right behind you… Pekka BOOO
5Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
Roman Polanski’s 1968 psychological horror masterpiece, Rosemary’s Baby is full of terror and tension from every angle. It tells the story of a young couple, played by Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes. Who embark on a journey to start a family, but soon goes into a truly dark and sinister direction. When Rosemary, played by Mia, realizes who her husband really is, and what he and his “friends” have planned for her baby, and it’s not what you’re thinking, like piano lessons or Disneyland.
4Night Of The Living Dead (1968)
The 1968 release of this horror legend is why everyone is so afraid of zombies, George Romero singlehandedly defined modern day zombie through his movie style. The story takes place in Pennsylvania, when the dead start rising from the ground. A group of survivors do their best to stay safe in a nearby farmhouse, but things don’t exactly go their way, sound familiar (cough cough) walking dead
3The Cabin in the Woods (2012)
Five friends go to a remote cabin in the woods. And we’ll, you know how things go from there. If you think you know this story, think again. Directed by Drew Goddard, this 2012 horror film has set very high standards for scary films after its release. The devilishly clever script is not just another “dumb kids getting killed” motion picture. It’ll also make you never want to stay in a cabin again.
Released in 1982, Poltergeist has still managed to be the reason for many wet beds, even 24 years after its release. You might not think that a movie, with evil that is completely faceless, could be so terrifying, but in reality it only adds to the scare factor. Just make sure you’re with bae when you watch this movie. Because if you watch it alone, you’re going to think everything in your house is possessed. The Poltergeist franchise is said to be cursed due to the amount of real life deaths that occurred during the making of the film, don’t believe us? Look it up, asshole.
1The Exorcist (1973)
One of the best cult horror movies of all time, The Exorcist! it’s by far the scariest. It tells the story of an innocent little girl, possessed by an evil demon, and it’s captivated audiences all over the world, since 1973. You’ll never forget the image of the child’s possessed face, or her unnatural body positions, and that revolving head eww. I just love revolving head.
And there you have it, our list of the top 10 scariest horror movies of all time. Have we missed any of your favorite horror movies? If so, mention them in the comments section, below. And as always, don’t forget to like, share and subscribe. Muhahahaha