5 Creepy Horror Movies for Halloween



The USA, Japan, horror, detective, thriller, 2017,

Jordan Peele, Director:

Starring Daniel Kaluya, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener

A satirical horror film with an unexpected denouement that tackles the theme of racism and intolerance. “Oscar” for best screenplay.

Chris and Rose have a serious relationship. So it makes sense that it’s time for the young man to get to know the girl’s family. Chris is a little nervous about an upcoming trip to see his girlfriend’s parents because he is dark-skinned and Rose’s family is all white intelligentsia. The girl assures him that everything will be fine. But when Chris arrives, he realizes that the danger to black people in Rose’s hometown is fatal.

The Witch

The Witch

UK, Canada, USA, horror, detective, 2015

Director: Robert Eggers

Starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson, Kate Dickey

King of horror Stephen King confessed that the film horrified him.

New England, 1630. The Puritan community banishes William, his wife, and their four children because they violate sacred laws. The family builds a farm on the edge of a dark forest and soon adds a new member, little Samuel. One day the eldest daughter is left to look after the infant, but with a literal blink, the girl loses her baby brother from sight. The grief-stricken family thinks that a wolf has taken the baby. But the thief turns out not to be a wild beast, but something fiercer.



USA, horror, thriller, drama, detective, 2018

Director: Ari Astaire

Starring Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne, Alex Wolfe

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film ranked as the second-best horror film of 2018.

After the death of Grandma Ellen, paranormal things began to happen in the lives of the Graham family. Her daughter, artist Annie, feels her mother’s presence in the house, and the grandchildren as if under hypnosis do strange things. Each new day could be the last for the members of the Graham family…



USA, Canada, horror, thriller, 2017

Director: Andres Muschetti

Starring Jaden Martell, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Bill Skarsgard

One of the best screen adaptations of King, endorsed by the writer himself. There are almost no screeches in the film, so it’s safe to watch for those who avoid horror movies.

In the small town of Derry, children go missing en masse. Bill Denbro, the brother of one of the disappeared boys, and his friends face the forces of evil that appear in the form of their own nightmares. It comes in the form of a creepy clown, nicknamed Pennywise, who begins to haunt the teens. The boys decide to conquer their fears and confront the monster on their own. Without a plan or the slightest idea of how to defeat it, they go to Pennywise’s lair…

The Spell

The Spell

USA, horror, thriller, detective, 2013

Director: James Wan

Starring: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston

The picture is based on the true story of the Perron family, who claimed to live surrounded by ghosts, both good and evil.

The Perron family moves into a lovely country house. Everybody is happy with their new home, except for their beloved pet, a dog named Nancy, who flatly refuses to come into the house. One day, playing hide-and-seek, the daughters find a nailed-up entrance to the basement. After that, very strange things start happening in the house: a beloved dog dies, clocks freeze, at night there is a deadly stench in the air, at night someone grabs the children’s feet, and even birds fall dead while flying over the house.

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