Top 7 best horror movies of all time
Get Out (2017)
Get Out (2017)
Get Out (2017) trailer
Get out was launched at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 24, 2017 and was screened in the US on Feb. 24th by Universal Pictures. The film received much praise from critics and has earned over $253.1 million US dollars worldwide while the filmmaking budget was only 4.5 million USD.
The Shining (1980)
The Shining Trailer
Shortly after its release, The Shining was not warmly received, but over time, it proved to be one of the best horror movies of all time. With the solid direction of Stanley Kubrick combined with the great acting of a crazy man-Jack Nicholson, the film can be viewed on a review that still has the same horror effect.
The Exorcist (1973)
The Exorcist trailer
The Exorcist-Demon was a film released in 1973 that was a supernatural horror produced by the United States. The film's content was inspired by a case of exorcism in 1949 by Roland Doe, speaking of a girl who faced being haunted at the age of 12 and her mother regained her children in despair, thanks to the interference of the two pastores.
It became one of the highest-revenue films of all time, earning over US $441 million globally. It was also the first horror-themed film nominated for the category "Best Film" in the History of the Academy Awards.
The Witch (2015)
The Witch trailer
The film revolves around a Salem witch society attempting to fight between enemy rings. The Witch-society received a lot of positive feedback and a very high rating with an opening episode of 5.54 million views.
Famed for its shadow image from the television screen, Ringu is transformed from the novel by Koji Suzuki. The film is about the mysterious anecdote that revolves around an ice roll. According to rumors, the tape carries a terrible curse, who is watching the death in exactly 1 week. This is a classic Asian horror film and also attracts a lot of interest from audiences around the world.
Psycho is a 1960 psychological thriller film produced by the renowned director Alfred hitchhiking. The exotic backdrop, the hotel manager, is a scary player, to the murder scene in the bathroom, many parts of Psycho are said to be the symbol of horror movies.
The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
The Silence of the Lambs
The Silence of the Lambs trailer
The Silence of the Lambs writer Thomas Harris is one of the gold standards of the line of murder novels associated with forensic socialism in popular culture, however, directed by Jonathan Demme has brought new breath to the film.
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