Horror is the best kind and also rare. Not many filmmakers can play awesome scary things. Many times we see Bollywood fighting it. But fortunately, international movies came to our rescue this year and we had scary things.
Take a look at 11 horror movies that we promise you will prefer to watch with the lights on. Take a look.
Let’s start by saying that this movie is wonderful. The plot twist is intense and so is the music. The musical scores of Joseph Bisara for this film will bind you throughout this film.
2. The Conjuring
The two protagonists Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga have always anchored the series with the original interpretation of their husband giving the series heart and soul, something that is unheard of horror stories today. Warren follows elements to compose the mystery of the ghosts.
3. The 8th Night
Such films are rare. Creepy, giving shivers and laughter. The total friendly horror story leaves you wanting more. The characters are perfect and the overall atmosphere of the film is maintained until the end.
4. A quiet place
Sometimes a simple story can also be refreshing. The film is beautifully shot and the cast does a great job of conveying the true horror and true sense of family.
This can be called Psycho for the influencer generation. The story revolves around two travel vloggers checking in at a holiday accommodation with a host who will do anything for a good review.
Not everyone can understand the beauty of such a film. The film shows the intellectual discussing stigma and the fear of aging,
7. Last Night In Soho
The story takes place simultaneously in the 60’s and nowadays, performed in a very energetic, elegant way. You can call this movie a modern Hitchcock thriller.
8. Candy Man
Acting is on point. Most horror movies I have seen do not seem to really show fear in people, but with Candyman they manage to be shown
9. The Queen of Black Magic
Three young people decide to take their wives and children to the orphanage where they grew up. They soon realize that the orphanage is haunted by terrible secrets and the presence of something dark and scary.
10. The Night House
The Night House is a 2020 but was released here this year. The psychological horror film directed by David Bruckner stars Rebecca Hall as a widow who discovers a dark secret about the house built by her late architect husband.
An elderly vulnerable protagonist is admitted to a nursing home with sick people with dementia around. However, he soon smells a conspiracy running from below.
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