Six of the Most Terrible Movies About Dreams and Nightmares

Terrible Dreams Movies

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

Cutie Freddy Krueger with a warm face and sharp razors instead of nails… That’s who became the most important “sleepy” ghost for many generations. In this classic of the genre, all the characters are simply afraid to fall asleep, hysterically avoiding bedrooms and beds. The very mention of dreams. But the monster does not give anyone a choice. It will soon come for everyone who thinks to overcome the irresistible natural craving for sleep. It is said that after the demonstration of this film within a month. The number of people suffering from insomnia in the United States has increased by 10%!

City of Lost Children (1995)

Another somnambulistic lawlessness that a humanoid mutant creates for the inhabitants of a small island is that he himself cannot dream. It would seem that you can’t sleep well. Take a pill or a hundred grams and rest calmly in your bed. But no-a vile monster began to kidnap children from the nearest town. And with the help of the newly invented infernal machine, he tries to enjoy their dreams. But the unfortunate creatures see only nightmares from fear, which finally drives the cunning monster crazy! As they say, such horror is not even dreamed of!

Mara, Dream Eater (2018)

In this mystical trip, the main characters will have to confront the ancient demon Mara, who has broken loose from the chain and is killing people during their sleep. With the help of nightmarish visions, this elusive killer quickly penetrates the dream. With the help of nightmarish visions, he brings the sleeping person to death. And only the incredible efforts of a brilliant psychologist can curb a vile creature that can make a viewer with strong nerves toss and turn in bed for a long time before plunging into the arms of Morpheus.

The Machinist (2004)

Do you suffer from chronic fatigue and can’t fall asleep for a long time? You have every chance to experience the terrible experiences of the protagonist in this powerful psychological thriller. Constant mental stress turns into chronic paranoia, complemented by confusion in reality and dreams. The Machinist’s infernal round dance contains the most unexpected images, penetrating into a rapidly deteriorating world woven from obsessive visions. As a result, the unfortunate man completely lost his way in the crooked alleys of his own inflamed brain. So much so that even an astute viewer cannot understand what is currently on the screen-a dream or reality?

The Exorcist: Insomnia (2019)

An attempt to cure her brother of chronic insomnia ends in endless horror for the young woman and other innocent characters. Quickly enough, the main characters find themselves locked in the basement, where the experimental laboratory is located. And everything would be fine, but the boy’s insomnia awakened a bloodthirsty demonic monster, capable of not only terrifying everyone and everything but also controlling people’s actions. A sleepless night of incredible struggle with their own fears and real danger threatens all participants with real madness.

Astral (2010)

If a child is in a coma, then this helpless state of the brain becomes a real bait for evil mystical creatures. What if it’s not a coma? And if the main character has been able to go into astral space since childhood and just got lost there, how can dissolute souls get lost in Purgatory? And the evil old ghost likes to torment the astral body of the little one. Notably, the film begins with the interior of the bedroom, filmed in eerie black and white. It is here that an unprivate boy sleeps, which will cause an hour and a half of psycho-emotional stress for the audience! It is clear that from such a “bedroom”, you just want to run away and never return to it again!

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