It’s almost Halloween. In honor of this spooky day are we showcasing some films which are perfect to get in the Halloween mood.
Which movie is better suited for that than Halloween (1978)? Halloween Is one of the first movies of the slasher movie genre. The story is about Michael Myers, an emotionless killer who escapes from a mental hospital. Meanwhile, his psychiatrist tries to warn people of the dangers of Myers. In 2018 a sequel of the movie came out which surprisingly was also called Halloween.
Get Out (2017) is about a black man who meets the family of his white girlfriend. The entire trip feels quite uncomfortable and leads to bizarre situations.
The Ring (2002) is a horror movie and also a re-filming of the Japanese film Ringu. The Ring has won different awards among which the Saturn Award for best horror movie.
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) is a classic Halloween flick. It is the first park of a film series in which Freddy Krueger is the main character. A Nightmare on Elm Street has made it so that horror films were very popular in the 80s.
The Craft (1996) is a story about four teenage girls practicing witchcraft. They do however find out this is not without consequences. The Craft is often called a cult classic and has a very loyal fan base.
The Exorcist (1973) is one of the most successful horror films with a worldwide profit of 440 million dollar. At its time, The Exorcist was found to be too realistic and so scary that a lot of people fainted during the viewing.
Edward Scissorhands (1990) is the sad story of Edward who, surprisingly, has scissors as hands. The production of the film has won seven film awards.
Ghostbusters (1984) is the story of three professors who offer a ghost removal service. It is one of the most iconic films and also a very good idea for a Halloween costume.
If you don’t want to spend too much on your costume you can always buy the mask from Scream. In Scream (1996) is the mysterious Ghostface the killer. What makes Scream different from other horror movies is that the main characters in the film have seen horror films and are aware of the horror clichés.
The Addams Family (1991) is a black comedy. The Addams Family is created in the 30s and has also been the subject of the cartoons and television shows.