Every person has their own fears whether it’s a doll, a clown, a left-out place, or children. No one can watch horror films alone. But some people have their own definition of scary. So if you also think that you have your own definition and our list can’t scare you much, we dare you to watch these 5 best horror films of all time.
Here are 5 best horror films that you can’t watch alone
1. The Conjuring
Topping the list of the best horror films, The Conjuring is based on a real-life incident involving a couple, Ed, and Lorraine. It came out in 2013 and marked as one of the scariest movies of all time. Its story dates back to 1971 when the Perron family moves into a new home. To their surprise, strange things start happening which gets evolved into a nightmare.
Paranormal investigators, Ed and Lorraine are contacted to examine the house who discover that the whole land is covered with a satanic haunting which will target the Perron family wherever they go. The real life Andrea Perron said that the movie is a fair reflection of the chaos and danger the family faced.
If you are scared of creepy dolls then this movie is just not for you! Released back in 2014, Annabelle is a prequel to The Conjuring. The story is about a couple who begins to experience terrifying supernatural occurrences involving a vintage doll. Shortly after they hire the experts Ed and Lorraine to help them.
The movie is also based on a real-life incident. If you google the Annabelle doll you will find the actual doll in which the spirits reside. It is located in Ed and Lorraine’s occult Museum in Monroe Connecticut.
3. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
This movie is so scary that shortly after release it got banned in several countries. Originally released in 1974, the movie is about two teenage siblings who along with 3 other friends are driving on the old back roads of Texas to visit their grandfather’s grave. They pick up a creepy hitchhiker who kills himself and one of their friends then they end up at a home of a murderous cannibalistic family.
This family is made up of a leather mesh chainsaw wielding maniac, his knife wielding grave robber brother and their cannibal chef father, and you know their decaying grandfather. In order to create excitement among people, the marketers claimed that it is based on a true story. But it backfired on them as the people left the hallway halfway through the movie.
The iconic movie came out in 1978. It takes place on a Halloween night of 1963 where a 6-years-old Michael Myers stabs his sister to death. After sitting in a mental hospital for years he escapes the night before Halloween and returns to his old neighborhood to kill.
This movie will surely give you goosebumps at every turn.
5. Children of the corn
Released back in 1984, and based on a Stephen King novel, the movie starts with a physician and his girlfriend drive who across the Midwest to his new job. Once they are almost there they find a body of a murdered boy on the road. The couple tries to contact the authorities and they wander into a small town, soon enough they realize that this town is populated only by children.
Which of these horror films will you watch first?