Ready for Fright Night? Get Your Claws into These Films!

As Halloween Night is finally here, everyone likes to get into the spirit of dressing up to look like some characters from films or TV Shows, even with some going to such effort to dress up like the zombies from The Walking Dead, but what about the films?

Well, to get into the Halloween spirit, if you’re staying in for Halloween, there’s plenty of horror films to watch.

Below is a massive list of horror films that will be worth watching if you’re ready for the fright of your life.

  1. IT (Original TV Mini-Series (1990) & Film Version (2017))
  2. SAW
  3. The Exorcist
  4. Salem’s Lot
  5. The OMEN
  6. The Shining
  7. The Blair Witch Project
  8. Scream
  9. A Nightmare on Elm Street
  10. The Conjuring
  11. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
  12. Paranormal Activity
  13. Paranormal Activity 2
  14. Paranormal Activity 3
  15. Paranormal Activity 4
  16. Paranormal Activity 5: The Ghost Dimension
  17. Psycho
  18. The Fly
  19. Hellraiser
  20. The Silence of the Lambs
  21. Jaws
  22. Rosemary’s Baby
  23. Let the Right One In
  24. The Invitation
  25. Sinister
  26. Get Out
  27. 28 Days Later
  28. Night of the Living Dead
  29. Nosferatu
  30. The Evil Dead
  31. The Sixth Sense
  32. Creep
  33. Poltergeist
  34. The Descent
  35. Halloween
  36. Carrie
  37. Christine
  38. Dracula
  39. Frankenstein
  40. Cat People
  41. Pet Sematary
  42. Piranha
  43. Dolores Clairborne
  44. The Langoliers
  45. The Birds

If you want to put some fright in your night with an added touch of ghoul, and you have either one of these horror films and love blood, guts and gore, which must make you as disturbing in the Halloween sense, pick one of these films out of your film collection and watch them and see if any of these films make your skin crawl to the max!

Happy Halloween!

Alex Smithson

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