The horror genre lends itself well to movies, and there are many great ones out there. Here are the Top 10 Horror Movies.
1. The Exorcist (1973)
The Exorcist is a supernatural horror film released in 1973, based on a 1971 novel by William Blatty. The Exorcist is the initial film in The Exorcist series. The film is about the demonic possession of a young girl and how her mother attempts to rescue her through an exorcism done by a catholic priest.
2. Raw (2016)
Raw is a coming-of-age horror drama film. The story follows a stringent vegetarian Justine is introduced to a decadent, merciless & dangerously seductive world during her first week at veterinary school. In a hopeless attempt to adjust to her environment, she compromises on her fundamentals. She consumes raw meat for the first time: Justine, pretty soon enough, experiences unexpected & terrible consequences as her actual self surfaces.
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3. His House (2020)
His House is a horror-thriller film about a refugee couple from Sudan starting their new life in an English town with evil lurking beneath the surface. The movie was released on October 30, 2020, and received widespread acclaim from critics.
4. The Haunting of Hill House (2018)
This miniseries is a supernatural horror drama created for Netflix. It is the first installment in The Haunting anthology series. It is based on a novel by Shirley Jackson. The plot dabbles between two timelines; it follows five siblings who are grown up now and how their paranormal experience at Hill House still haunts them in the present day. The flashbacks convey the events leading up to the fateful night in 1992 when the family had to flee from the house. The series received critical acclaim.
5. Midnight Mass (2021)
Midnight Mass is a supernatural horror television miniseries on Netflix. The story sees a man haunted by a drunk driving accident returning to his hometown on Crockett Island after being imprisoned for four years. He arrives simultaneously as a mysterious young priest and brings glorious miracles and renewed religious fervor to a dying town desperate to believe.
6. It Follows (2015)
The film is a supernatural psychological horror film. A supernatural entity pursues a woman after sexual intimacy with her boyfriend. She learns that she has become the victim of a deadly curse passed from person to person via intercourse and must have sex with another person to avoid it. The film received critical acclaim.
7. Creep (2014)
Creep is a psychological horror that has found footage elements. The film follows Aaron, who replies to an online advertisement & drives to a stranger’s house to film him for the day. The man wants to make a film for his unborn child. As Aaron starts to film him, his requests become more bizarre as the day progresses. The film has a sequel released in 2017, while a third film is planned for a future release.
8. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
This classic is a supernatural slasher film. It is the first installment in the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. The film received rave critical reviews & is regarded as one of the greatest horror films ever made. The film has six sequels and a television series. The film is about a set of teenagers who fall prey to a clawed killer in their dreams, killing them in reality.
9. The Conjuring (2013)
The Conjuring is a supernatural horror film; it is the first film in the Conjuring universe. The film is set on Ed & Lorraine Warren, paranormal investigators & authors associated with prominent haunting cases. Ed & Lorraine came to the rescue of the Perron family, who experienced increased paranormal activity in their farmhouse in Rhode Island in 1971. A sequel, The Conjuring 2, was released in 2016
10. I’m Thinking of Ending Things (2020)
I’m Thinking of Ending Things is a surrealist psychological thriller, an adaptation of the 2016 novel by Iain Reid. The story tells of a young woman who goes on a trip to meet his parents with her boyfriend. The main narrative is intercut throughout the film with footage of a janitor going to work, two parallel stories happening simultaneously, only to intersect in the third act.