Craving for that horror fix, but can’t decide what to watch? We have come up with a list of top rated horror movies that can make your search easier. The direction, story, film shots and quality of the horror movies plays a great part in helping you stimulate and release the chemicals in your brain that makes you feel thrilled, frightened and wanting to watch these movies again and again. Cable services by Spectrum customer service enables you to watch uninterrupted television with over +200 channels so you can get HD entertainment whenever you want.
Here is a list of movies rated the best:
GET OUT (2017)
If you are looking for something thought provoking but horror, thriller and a hint of comedy at the same time – then this movie is the one for you! Bringing forward the sensitive topic of racism and injustice, the idea is presented in a brilliant manner that will send chills down the viewer’s spine. The movie revolves around an African – American guy who is in relationship with a white- girl. On one of the get-away trips with her parents, Chris comes across bizarre, terrifying occurrences. It’s a creepy, delicious thriller and one where even when you think you know what might be going on, there’s more to it than you realize. With 98% on rotten tomatoes and reviews over 360, this is one of the best horror-thriller to watch!
A group of bullied kids band together in a group to fight against a clown who has been terrorizing and feasting on the children of Derry. Summer vacations turned from fun to scary as these kids stand up and fight against their fears. If you are looking for something that’ll give you nightmares for a couple of days, then go for this movie. Perfect to watch late night with snacks and munchies.
The Conjuring (2013)
Released in 2013, The Conjuring shook the audience to their core. A couple, Ed and Lorraine Warren, perform exorcism on possessed people, and purify places from spirits. From the director of Insidious and Saw, there has been shift from conventional jump scares to big scares at moments you would least expect. Keeping you hooked with anticipation of what is going to happen next.
The story revolves around a family with many daughters, which moves in to a new house at a place that is far off from the main city. The simple family didn’t realize that their new house holds a history of its own, until the spirits themselves began to show signs of infestation and paranormal activities began to occur more each day. Soon the mother gets possessed by the demon and the Warren couple had to take care of this case.
These were some of the new movies, let us tap into the post millennial era and kick-in some nostalgia. Below are some of the movies of 1980’s that are still considered one of the best and scariest movies to ever exist.
Let’s get spooked!
Friday The 13th (1980)
If you are going for classic horror, Friday The 13th is the one for you! It is one of the renowned horror movies of all times. It is simply not possible that anyone, whether they watch horror movies or not, has not heard of this masterpiece. Crystal Lake, a camping paradise, holds an ugly side to it. Masqueraded behind its aesthetic beauty is a murderer terrorizing the area? Whoever dares touch the shores will be pinned down and murdered by shah of slashers, by anything he can get his claws on.
Friday The 13th is a whole franchise comprising of number of parts, all being absolutely epic. But the old parts are slightly better than the new ones, because of their raw cinematography making it seem more gruesome, thrilling and natural, but everyone has their own opinion about it, so it’s really a matter of personal choice. The memorable soundtrack and iconic star Jason Voorhees, are the heart of the franchise. So, if you have a weekend at home by yourself, grab some popcorns and a blanket to hide as you stream this slasher classic, you won’t be able to sleep with lights off for a couple of nights for sure!
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A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
In the early 1980’s Freddy Krueger, also known as the springwood Slasher, murdered several children in the area. Nancy, and her friends who are a group of teenagers also began to have strange dreams and having confrontation with Fred Krueger in those dreams. Soon they find out that Krueger is the same person who has harassed many children and terrorized them, when Nancy and her friends were kids themselves. When prosecuted, the Judge gives a foolish statement freeing Freddy. The parents of children who were terrorized got furious at the decision and burned Freddy alive in a boiler room of a factory he worked at. Fast forward several years, Nancy discovers the truth behind the strange dreams, death of her friend and realizes that she needs to do something to stop it or stay wake forever.
Nightmare on the Elm Street is one of those movies that will keep you on your toes. You won’t be bored even for a single minute. The scenes and the plot, both will keep you hooked to your screens.
The Exorcist (1973)
With the user rating of 420,065 and 84% on rotten tomatoes, The Exorcist is one of the scariest movies of all times. The supernatural theme, eerie atmosphere and special effects in the movie terrifies the one watching it. The movie revolves around a young 14 year old girl who shows signs of paranormal possession. Her concerned mother calls upon a priest who then confirms the presence of the demonic entity possessing her body and that exorcism needs to be done to get rid of the demon. The innocent girl, formidable demon and the experienced priest go through a series of terrifying events that are main essence of the movie u can watch at pulocker.
Exorcist is an all-time classic horror movie and never fails to disappoint its viewers. So if you are up for something really scary, go for this masterpiece.