You don’t need to be a horror nut to appreciate the absolute work of art horror movies are. Here are some creepy movies everyone is going to enjoy this Halloween.
It’s that time of the year again – when you can enjoy your pumpkins two ways: in a latte or carved! If it is the latter you prefer, we understand that you are a Halloween buff and we’re here to satisfy your craving for everything haunted. Just like Christmas has Santa and Valentine’s Day is nothing without chocolates, Halloween would not be the festival we all love without the tradition of watching scary movies. The costumes, candy apples, eye-ball-loaded desserts, and carved pumpkins are really nice, we agree, but the scary movies are what really set the vibe! On that note, here we have some amazing scary movie recommendations for you to help you set the mood this year; there’s a reason these movies are considered classics! So, bring out that candy stash, turn off the lights (or leave them on if you’re too scared), and settle in – we guarantee lots of scares!
1. Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
A cornerstone of the horror movie genre, Rosemary’s Baby is a very old, yet very amazing horror movie that is a must-watch in the spooky season. The film follows Mia Farrow, a young woman whose husband makes a deal with the devil without her consent or information. Their satanic neighbors facilitate the deal as they want her baby to become the Antichrist. Chills are guaranteed, prepare to feel very scared!
2. A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984)
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Before we had Scream, the world received from Wes Craven a horrific gift: Freddy Krueger! Freddy Krueger is one of the most infamous movie villains to exist and if you don’t know who that is, then you need to watch this movie immediately. Another reason to watch A Nightmare on Elm Street? It was Johnny Depp’s acting debut! But seriously, you don’t want to miss this movie, held up by a compelling premise and a storyline that is going to scare the sleep right out of you. Leave the lights on for this one!
3. Carrie (1976)
Think proms are benign and cannot be scary? You clearly have never watched Carrie! But, no matter, let us remedy that. Stephen King is a big name in the horror world and we must say, his reputation is well-deserved! A Stephen King novel adaptation, Carrie has achieved cult classic status and till date, remains one of the all-time creepiest teen films.