The 10 Best Halloween Movies 2018

Best Halloween Movies: Normally, the month of October is dedicated to the arrival of more horror movies or suspense than usual: due to this, we have posed a question : what are the best films available on Netflix that will make our hair stand on end? Next, we will present you 10 of the best films to achieve it .

Best Halloween Movies

Note: it is important to emphasize that all these movies are not suitable for children.

1. The Babadook

Six years after the violent death of her husband, Amelia feels lost: when her son Samuel suffers from nightmares plagued with a monster that seems to want to kill them and a book of stories called “The Babadook” appears in his house, Samuel is convinced that this is the creature that is chasing them, and their hallucinations begin to affect the well-being of this small family.

2. Insidious

Created by James Wan and Leigh Whannell, known for the Saw and Paranormal Activity franchises, this film tells the story of two parents who seek to solve the problems that afflict their child: when darkness and ghosts appear from the shadows, both parents They begin to realize that they are dealing with powers that go beyond human understanding.

3. Sleepy Hollow: The Legend of the Headless Horseman

Ichabod Crane, a detective from New York, is sent to the town of Sleepy Hollow to investigate a series of bizarre murders, in which a considerable number of people have been found beheaded: thanks to the classic combination of Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, this The film tells the classic story of the Headless Horseman with the special touch of Burton.

4. American Psychopath

Patrick Bateman is handsome, successful and extremely intelligent. However, Bateman hides a secret behind his life on Wall Street: driven by materialism and envy, Bateman is an exceptional serial killer.

Starring Christian Bale, this film mixes terror with a strange form of humor, with a plot that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

5. Psychosis

You probably know this movie because of the classic shower scene: however, Psychosismarked a before and after in the horror genre. Filled with music and cinematography that at the time were completely different from what the film industry considered the norm: this Alfred Hitchcock film created and validated the modern horror genre.

6. Sinister

After discovering a box full of multiple home movies, which show extremely disturbing scenes, the family of a true crime writer will suffer an experience full of supernatural terror: although it uses multiple stereotypes used in horror films, Sinister brings with it innovative twists in its plot.

7. Zombieland

Okay, maybe this movie is not as disturbing as the others on this list; however, it combines horror and comedy in an extremely pleasant way.

When a boy who normally locks himself up at home playing video games, Columbus, joins forces with an experienced zombie exterminator, Tallahasse, to survive the zombie apocalypse, his adventure will take them to multiple places around the United States, resorting to unexpected alliances with the goal of surviving the plague of the undead.

8. Let me in

Owen, a child who is constantly abused by his peers and ignored by his parents, becomes a friend of Abby, a reserved girl who lives in the same building as him. Recognizing that both live similar situations, Owen and Abby form a special relationship, but when the father of his friend disappears, Owen begins to realize that Abby probably hides a terrifying secret.

Although this film is the remake of a Swedish film, Let me enter manages to be extremely faithful to the original version, giving it its own spin and getting rid of the stereotype that all “refritos” are bad.

9. Raw (Voraz)

Justine’s family is somewhat peculiar: everyone has studied veterinary medicine, and they are all vegetarians. When she turns 16, this brilliant girl begins her studies at the same veterinary school where her parents studied, but consuming raw meat for an initiation ritual causes her to finally realize the reason why her entire family is vegetarian.

This film is extremely disturbing, but it seeks to make a real impact on us with its music, atmosphere, violence and sexuality: it is quite likely that seeing Voraz will cause you not to eat the rest of the day.

10. Train to Busan

Train to Busan is a very interesting Korean film: on board a high-speed train, Sok-woo travels with his daughter Soo-ahn to Busan, a city south of Korea. Although there are no problems on the trip, little by little a girl shows strange symptoms and loses control.

When train travelers realize that a zombie virus has just invaded their country and the girl is infected, they will try to survive with all their might to the rapidly spreading infection and, in the process, save their lives.

Is there any other movie you would add to the list? Leave your opinion below!

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