10 Nerve-Racking Horror Movies You Should Never Watch Alone

We’ve listed ten horror movies for you to never watch alone in this article. The options listed below bring out the best in horror movies, with plots that explore hauntings, exorcisms, zombies, demonic pacts, and so on. It’s also worth saying that all the films listed bring in common the fear transposed to the spectator, making use of several truly frightening scenes. Let’s go to the list!


10º – The Exorcist (William Friedkin, 1973)After her daughter begins to exhibit destructive behavior for no apparent reason, a woman will seek the most diverse types of help to try to understand what is happening. Based on William Peter Blatty’s novel, ‘The Exorcist’ is right in all his decisions. Whether it’s in the field of cast choice or, properly, in the adaptation of Blatty’s work, everything works here. Supreme masterpiece of horror.


9º – Sinister (Scott Derrickson, 2012)A respected journalist discovers at home video tapes that point to the existence of a serial killer from decades ago. Although the plot develops in a truncated way, ‘Sinister’ is consumed as a scary film by the way it is conceived by its director, with well constructed plans and an atmosphere of suspense that raises a climate of mystery quite productive. Another interesting point in the film is its quality cast, with the optimal presence of names such as the actor Ethan Hawke.


8º – Poltergeist (Tobe Hooper, 1982)A family begins to witness strange events in their home, initiating a real ordeal in the lives of its members. Marco of the 1980s, ‘Poltergeist ‘ can be scary without being marked as a heavy film. The events of the story follow a dynamic line, with growing scares at each scene. A good option, although he is the victim of some exaggerations in his script.

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