We list ten serial killers films with students in this article, bringing works of horror and suspense genres that work on this theme in their central character. All of the movies below are great entertainment options, nurturing engaging plots and many memorable horror scenes. Let’s go to the list!
10º – I Know What You Did Last Summer (Jim Gillespie, 1997)After a tragic accident that had victimized a person, some teenagers decide to hide the story and make a silent pact on the case. The plot gains strength when, a year after the crash, teens begin to receive messages about the case and have their lives threatened. ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’, along with ‘Urban Legend’ and ‘Scream’, is a film that captures exactly the horror zeitgeist of the 1990s, serving to hasten new directions for the genre that endure until today.
9º – The Hitcher (Robert Harmon, 1986)After escaping from an attempted murder of a man to whom he has taken a ride, a young man ends up encountering an insoluble ordeal when the man decides to pursue him in order to consummate his desire to kill him. Frantic, the work runs away from the traditional of the genre for the time, basing its plot on unappealing resolutions.
8º – My Bloody Valentine (George Mihalka, 1981)In a small town in the United States, a legend of a serial killer strikes in the celebrations of Valentine’s Day, leaving part of the place distressed when some people decide to celebrate the date. The film gains its substance when the legend turns out to be true, putting several teenage students in danger. Good slasher option from the 1980s, ‘My Bloody Valentine’ draws on that typical movie atmosphere with small towns to take shape in their horror scenes show. Good story, a good villain and good horror scenes make this movie essential for the horror fan.
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