Horror Movies

Bodies Bodies Bodies


Brought to us by the studio A24 (who I love) Bodies Bodies Bodies is a fun comedy slasher movie that I feel should be getting far more attention. It is one of those movies that is just a lot of fun ...



I am going to go out on a limb here and say that Nope is my favorite Jordan Peele movie. I loved Get Out and Us, but Nope felt like it was a movie that Jordan Peele made just for me! Part sci-fi part ...

The Final Destination (2009)


Today we are talking about The Final Destination. If you're a fan of this supernatural horror franchise, you are undoubtedly already aware of the way these films go. There’s a routine path that they ...

Final Destination 3


If you’ve seen the first or second Final Destination films, there isn't much left to reveal. That’s always going to be the plot, and the tale is presented and the stage is set in the same exact ...

The Others


Horror thrillers like The Others are seldom ever entertaining for most conventional audiences. These films solely exist for the purpose of keeping the suspense going throughout their entire runtime. ...

Final Destination 2


The original Final Destination was not a great film, if you’ve seen any good films from the 2000s era then you should already know this as a fact. That film was lacking a clear vision and was bogged ...

Final Destination


The turn of the century was a confused one, and horror filmmakers wanted to create something different. It wouldn't be a lie to say that this genre was suffering from stagnation, the classic 80s ...

The Black Phone


Brought to us by my favorite movie studio, Blumhouse, The Black Phone is a movie that I felt like I was waiting forever to check out! It was delayed a few times, but as soon as I saw the initial ...

Come Play


I can see why some people would not have liked Come Play, but I had a lot of fun with this movie. The wife and I are always down for a horror movie and we came across this one by accident and we both ...

Horror movies are a genre of movies that focus on fear and suspense. They often use suspenseful music, dark lighting, and scary images to make the viewer feel scared. Horror movies are often based on horror stories or books, and they often include jump scares.

Some well-known horror movies include “The Exorcist,” “Nightmare on Elm Street,” “Friday the 13th,” and “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” These movies usually have sequels, and they often spawn other movies in the same genre. Horror movies are popular among people who enjoy being scared, and they often do well at the box office.

Tips on How to Watch a Horror Movie

If you’re interested in watching a horror movie, there are a few things you should keep in mind.

First, don’t watch them alone. It’s always more fun to watch a scary movie with someone else, and you’ll be less likely to get scared if you have someone to hold onto during the scary parts.

Secondly, don’t watch a horror movie right before bed. You might have trouble sleeping if you watch a scary movie right before bed, so it’s best to watch them during the daytime or in the evening.

Finally, don’t watch horror movies if you’re pregnant. Many horror movies contain graphic violence and gore, which can be disturbing for pregnant women.

If you follow these tips, you’ll be sure to have a fun and safe experience watching a horror movie. So go ahead and choose your favorite horror movie, turn off the lights, and enjoy!

Types of Horror Movies

There are many types of horror movies, but some of the most popular include slasher films, zombie movies, and haunted house movies. Slasher films are particularly gruesome, often featuring a psychopathic killer who murders innocent people in graphic and brutal ways. Zombie movies are similarly gory, but also tend to be suspenseful as the protagonists try to survive in a world overrun by the undead. Haunted house movies are usually less violent than slasher or zombie films, but they can still be quite frightening as the characters explore a dark and spooky location.

No matter what type of horror movie you prefer, there are sure to be some great films released in 2019. Some of the most highly anticipated releases include Jordan Peele’s Us, which is a follow-up to his hit film Get Out, and the remake of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary. If you’re looking for something truly terrifying, make sure to check out these movies when they come out!

Slasher Films

Slasher films are a type of horror movie where the killer is usually a character who is physically strong and agile, and who often wears a mask to conceal their identity. These movies are typically gory and violent, with scenes of characters being killed in brutal ways. Slasher films became popular in the 1980s, and continue to be made today. Some famous examples include Halloween, Friday the 13th, and Saw.

Supernatural Horror Films

Supernatural horror films are some of the most popular and well-known in the horror genre. They often feature elements of the paranormal or supernatural, such as ghosts, witches, and monsters. These films are often suspenseful and thrilling, and often leave audiences on the edge of their seats. Some of the most popular supernatural horror films include The Exorcist, The Omen, and Poltergeist.

Supernatural horror films often tap into our deepest fears and anxieties. They can be particularly effective at disturbing or even scaring us because they play on our beliefs about the paranormal or supernatural. For example, The Exorcist is based on a true story, which makes it all the more scary. It tells the story of a young girl who is possessed by a demon, and the efforts of two priests to exorcise the demon. The film was so successful that it spawned a number of sequels and imitations.

Zombie Movies

Zombie movies have been around for some time and they continue to be popular today. They typically feature a group of people who are trapped in a location, such as a house or a shopping mall, and are attacked by zombies. The zombies are typically portrayed as being mindless, violent creatures who crave human flesh.

Many zombie movies are based on the idea that a zombie apocalypse could happen at any time. This creates a sense of suspense and excitement that viewers find irresistible. In addition, zombie movies tend to be relatively low-budget and can be made quickly, which helps to explain their enduring popularity.

Some of the most popular zombie movies include “Night of the Living Dead” (1968), “Dawn of the Dead” (1978), “Day of the Dead” (1985), “Resident Evil” (2002), and “World War Z” (2013). Zombie movies continue to be popular today, and it is likely that new ones will be made in the future.

Psychological Horror Films

Psychological horror films are those that rely on atmosphere and tension to create scares, as opposed to relying on gore and violence. This makes them a perfect choice for people who don’t like to see too much blood and violence in their horror movies. Some of the most famous psychological horror films include The Shining, The Exorcist, and Saw.

While gore and violence have their place in horror movies, sometimes it’s the more subtle scares that are the most effective. Psychological horror films play on our fears and anxieties, making us feel like anything could happen. If you’re looking for a good scare this Halloween, check out one of these psychological horror films.

Some Popular Tropes of Horror Movies

Popular horror movie tropes include:

The Killer Hiding in the Shadows

The killer hiding in the shadows is a horror movie trope that has been used in many movies over the years. This trope typically involves the killer hiding in the shadows and then attacking the victim. This can be a very suspenseful and scary element of a horror movie, and it often leads to an intense and thrilling climax.

The Remote Cabin in the Woods

Most horror movie fans would agree that one of the most effective settings for a scary movie is a remote cabin in the woods. This setting provides all of the necessary ingredients for a truly suspenseful and terrifying film: isolation, darkness, and the fear of the unknown.

In horror movies, the remote cabin in the woods often becomes a character in its own right. It is a place where terror can lurk around every corner, and unsuspecting victims can quickly become prey for whatever evil is lurking there. In some cases, the remote cabin may even be home to a demonic force or other supernatural entity that is out to cause harm.

Whatever the reason, the remote cabin in the woods is a popular setting for horror movies, and it is sure to send chills down viewers’ spines.

The Final Girl/boy Who Survives

The final girl or boy who survives in horror movies is always the one who is most resourceful and strongest. They have often been through a lot of terrifying situations during the movie, and have had to use all of their skills to survive. This makes them a very formidable opponent for the killer, and someone that audiences are rooting for until the very end.

Jump Scares

Jump scares are one of the most common techniques used in horror movies to scare the audience. They involve making a sudden loud noise or showing a scary image to surprise the viewer, often causing them to scream or jump out of their seat. While they can be effective in creating a sense of fear, they can also be predictable and tiresome if overused.