Horror movies have been a love of mine since childhood. The first movie I remember falling in love with would be Jeepers Creepers (2001). Which means, my love started at the tender age of 5... pretty young. Ever since then the urge to watch horror movies have taken away any change of me having a social life. So if I don't have a social life I might as well write about what I love.
Monday, 10 November 2014
Top 20 Horror Movies!!!
·Trying to fall asleep will be difficult after
memorizing the theme song.
·Gruesome sailor-mouth black comedy; all within a
·Sexy, kick-ass Canadian trilogy; one the nation
should be proud of. The only movies where werewolves make sense.
·Movie centered on a horror video game, that
actually makes sense in the movie itself.
Ring (1 & 2) (2002-2005)
·Changes the way you take a shower. Changes that
way you watch everyday T.V. No cheap scares involved.
Grudge (1 & 2) (2004-2006)
·The sole reason why I love Japanese to English
horror movies. Placed at number in that list.
·The choreography of the monsters is what makes
Silent Hill a horror favourite.
Fourth Kind (2009)
·Based on a true story; footage and interviews
with the actual victim. All incorporated to make a personal favourite. ***
Never visiting Alaska; well maybe.
·The characters thinking process is logical and
realistic, and causes the audience to relate to the situation at hand.
of 1000 Corpses (2003)
·Vulgar clown, babied blonde psychopath, bunny
suits, and fried chicken. What more can you ask for in a movie? Pure black
comedy with a hint of gruesome.
·Dolls are scary to begin with. So, ventriloquist
dummies have to be horrifying. Making this a sure favourite to full-time horror
·Miracles may turn into a curse; which is perfect
for a horror movie. Now, add a baby and a baby bottle and it is the perfect
plot to a great movie.
the Right One In (2008)
·Do not bother to watch the American version. Get
the full effect by watching the original Swedish version.
·Finding super 8 tapes may be a cliché in older
horror movies but it definitely works for Sinister. Plus the footage on the
tapes is the scariest part of the movie. One of my favourites from Blumhouse
·Do not worry about trying to be different and
saying you hate the Paranormal Activity franchise because I tried and happily
failed; and I will probably do it again for upcoming installment to the
Hills Have Eyes (2006)
deserted areas, and mutants are all things I am afraid of; which makes this
movie one worth being on the list.
·Adopting a immigrant child is struggle in itself
but adopting one that psychopath is on a whole different level. Now, the huge
plot twist near the end is the reason why this movie made to this list.
Missed Call (2008)
·Getting phone calls from someone you know and
find out it is not who you think it is, is probably why I get a heart attack
every time I get a prank call. The fact that the movie revolved around young
adults made it easier to relate to which, in turn made it more scare.
·Centipedes are one of the most disgusting
insects in the world and evil German scientists are not any better; but it made
for a good movie and it is on this list so, there is no complaining.
Witch Project (1999)
·The first found-footage horror movie I ever saw
before I even knew what found-footage was. May have caused my addiction to
found-footage horror movies because of the controversy of the movie being real
way back when it first released.