Halloween might have passed but you can always watch them before Thanksgiving! If you love scary movies, you'll love this spooky list.
This classic slasher thriller/horror film follows the terrifying return of Michael Myers as he escapes from a psychiatric hospital to continue his killing spree in his hometown of Haddonfield, Illinois.
Based on the true story of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, The Conjuring is about a couple who try to help a family being terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse.
Considered one of the greatest horror movies of all time, The Exorcist tells the story of a young girl possessed by a demonic entity. Her desperate mother reaches out to two priests in an attempt to save her daughter before it is too late.
This psychological horror film is about a family who begins to unravel after the death of their secretive grandmother. Increasingly terrifying and unexplainable events plague them as they try to cope with their grief.
This anthology horror comedy film takes place on Halloween night and follows four interwoven stories with one thing in common: Sam's creepy and mysterious character.