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Cult horror films – the scariest films you must see.  List of 15 titles

Cult horror films – the scariest films you must see. List of 15 titles

Do you know the best cult horror films? Check out the list of 15 productions that you must see. Be careful, however, because after watching these productions you may have trouble falling asleep at night.

Cult horror films: “Halloween”, dir. John Carpenter (1978)

The best cult films include productions from the 1970s. One of them is the American slasher film that started the series with the psychopathic murderer Michael Myers.

Michael Myers committed a terrible crime as a child – he murdered his older sister. Fifteen years later, Michal is cared for by Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasence). When Myers escapes from a mental institution, Loomis follows him and warns the townspeople of the danger. On Halloween night, a gruesome murder occurs in Haddonfield.

The most famous horror films: “The Shining”, dir. Stanley Kubrick (1980)

The most famous horror films that every fan of the genre should watch? The list cannot miss the cult “The Shining” directed by Stanley Kubrick.

Shelley Duvall in ‘The Shining’ A still from the film ‘The Shining’, dir. Stanley Kubrick. Source: Youtube.com/pvq

Jack Torrance (played by Jack Nicholson), takes his wife and son to a mountain hotel where he gets a job. During the winter, the hotel is cut off from the world, and little Danny (Danny Lloyd) begins to experience unusual visions. It turns out that the family is not alone in the hotel. In addition, Jack begins to fall into madness, becoming a threat to his wife and son.

Horror classics: “Alien – 8th passenger of the Nostromo”, directed by Ridley Scott (1979)

Horror classics that must be seen also include “Alien – the 8th passenger of the Nostromo”. An excellent depiction of horror in a science-fiction atmosphere gave rise to a series that won many fans.

The crew of the Nostromo spacecraft returns from a mission to Earth, carrying valuable mineral ores on board. When the computer receives a mysterious SOS signal, the crew wakes up from hibernation to check what happened. Soon, the astronauts encounter an unknown, hostile life form.

Must-see horror films: “The Exorcist”, dir. William Friedkin (1973)

The scariest? Horror films such as “The Exorcist” can arouse anxiety, so when you start watching this production, remember not to watch it alone!

'The Exorcist' The 1973 film is one of the best horror films in the history of cinema.  The story of the possessed girl was based on the true story of a boy from Iowa who was allegedly possessed in 1949.‘The Exorcist’ The 1973 film is one of the best horror films in the history of cinema. The story of the possessed girl was based on the true story of a boy from Iowa who was allegedly possessed in 1949. Photo B.E.&W

Twelve-year-old Regan (Linda Blair) lives with her mother, Chris (Ellen Burstyn), who raises her daughter alone. However, the teenager begins to behave strangely, disturbing her mother more and more. Regan’s condition is getting worse day by day, and tests show nothing. Soon the girl reveals supernatural powers and her behavior changes beyond recognition. Desperate, Chris decides to seek the help of an exorcist, hoping to save her beloved child.

Recommended horror movies: list of the best horror productions

What are some recommended horror classics that every fan of the genre should know? When looking for the best horror stories, you can’t miss the titles presented below. Find out what scary stories are worth choosing for an evening with . These productions can make your blood run cold.

  • “Halloween”, dir. John Carpenter (1978)
  • “A Nightmare on Elm Street”, dir. Wes Craven, (1984)
  • “Omen”, dir. Richard Donner (1976)
  • “Friday the 13th”, dir. Sean S. Cunningham (1980)
  • “The Shining”, dir. Stanley Kubrick (1980)
  • “Ghost”, dir. Tobe Hooper (1982)
  • “Hellraiser: Hellraiser”, dir. Clive Barker (1987)
  • “Chucky Doll”, dir. Tom Holland (1988)
  • “Evil Dead”, dir. Sam Raimi (1981)
  • “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”, dir. Tobe Hooper (1974)
  • “Children of the Corn”, dir. Fritz Kiersch (1984)
  • “Carrie”, dir. Brian de Palma (1976)
  • “The Exorcist”, dir. William Friedkin (1973)
  • “Alien – 8th passenger of the Nostromo”, directed by Ridley Scott (1979)
  • “Something”, dir. John Carpenter (1982)

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Source: Gazeta

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