3º – The Conjuring (James Wan, 2013)Two paranormal investigators are recruited by a family that is being terrorized by strange events in the house where they live. Owning impeccable directing by director James Wan, the film has all of its brilliance contained in building its unique atmosphere. It is worth mentioning that the script is also productive, concise, but it is the direction of Wan that puts the film among the best of its kind in recent years.
2º – The Sixth Sense (M. Night Shyamalan, 1999)A psychologist tries to help a boy who sees ghosts in his day to day life. Directed by the king of plot twists, the good M. Night Shyamalan, ‘The Sixth Sense’, in addition to being, in fact, an excellent film, with a very broad atmospheric suspense load, brings one of the most unexpected twists of the seventh art.
1º – Stir of Echoes (David Koepp, 1999)After engaging in a familiar joke and being hypnotized, a man begins to have scary visions of a ghost around him. Hidden pearl in the 1990s, ‘Stir of Echoes’ manages to be dynamic in each scene, scaring its viewer solely with the tenuous construction of its history.