Pansies: Don’t watch these gruesome horrors!
October 17, 2018
If you’re reading this, you’re probably pretty brave or just curious as hell. Here’s our Top 5 Halloween Horror Movies:
WARNING: The following horror movies are not suitable for young nor sensitive viewers!
1. The Witch 3/5
This one belongs on the top lists of terrifying movies. In this film you’ll witness witchcraft, black magic and possession that will leave your skin scrawling. It sets on a farm in England where a family relocates to a plot in an ominous forest and an unknown evil appears to haunt them. Animals turn malevolent, crops die and one child goes missing.
2. Insidious: The Last Key 3/5
Dr. Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye), the brilliant parapsychologist, faces her most fearsome and personal haunting yet: in her own family home. Dark spirits are on a mission to claim her soul. Prepare to stay on the edge of your seat.
3. The Autopsy of Jane Doe 4/5
If you’ve watched lots of crime thrillers, you’d be used to seeing corpses in body bags. This horror however pushes creepy to the limit. In this disturbing film a father and son try to identify the body of a young woman, who was apparently harbouring dark secrets. What lies behind the truth is spine shivering.
4. It Follows 4/5
An “R18” encounter had worse consequences than an unexpected pregnancy. A teenage girl finds herself haunted by horrific nightmarish visions after “doing the naughty” with a stranger. The dark force has no mercy and follows her around like a shadow. The only way out is to pass it on to the next victim.
5. Texas Chainsaw 3D 5/5
Back in the day there was a movie about the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. This one’s a modern version where a young woman travels to Texas to collect her inheritance. Her reward looks promising, until she needs to protect herself from being diced into pieces by a chainsaw-wielding killer. This movie is messy and not for folks that faint at the sight of blood.
Warning: It’s advised not to watch the above movies when you’re home alone. Paranoia tends to creep in. You’ll see things that cannot be unseen.
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