Watching horror movies on the eve before All Saint’s Day reminds me of watching Magandang Gabi Bayan holloween special when I was a kid. Every year, me and my friends watched it after cleaning the graves in La Loma cemetery. Now, I’m not into horror movies and honestly I’m scared to watch it alone. But I made a list of the scariest horror movies I’ve watched before.
1. The Ring (1998)
Two teenagers, Masami (Hitomi Sat?) and Tomoko (Y?ko Takeuchi) talk about a videotape recorded by a boy in Izu which is fabled to bear a curse that kills the viewer seven days after watching. Tomoko then reveals that a week ago, she and three of her friends watched a weird tape and received a call after watching it. Unnervingly similar to the storied videotape, Masami realizes that Tomoko was fated to die. After some unsettling moments, Tomoko is killed by an unseen force with Masami having the horror of watching.
2. The Grudge (2004)
As usual, Ju-on: The Grudge is divided into six short vignettes which seems to be interconnected with each other. The chronological order of the film would be the Tokunaga family (Katsuya and Hitomi), followed by Rika, Toyama, Kayako, and lastly Izumi.
3. The Eye (2002)
Blind since the age of two, 20-year-old Hong Kong classical violinist Mun undergoes an eye cornea transplant after receiving a pair of new eyes from a donor. Initially, she is glad to have her sense of sight restored but becomes troubled when she starts seeing mysterious figures that seem to foretell gruesome deaths. The night before her discharge from hospital, she sees a shadowy figure accompanying a patient out of the room and the next morning the patient is pronounced dead.
4. Paranormal Activity (2009)
In September 2006, Katie (played by Katie Featherston) and her boyfriend, Micah (Micah Sloat), are a young couple who recently moved into a two-story tract house in suburban San Diego, California. Katie claims that an “evil” presence has haunted her since childhood and believes that it has followed her to their new home.
5. The Exorcist (1973)
At an archaeological dig in Northern Iraq, archaeologist Father Lankester Merrin (Max von Sydow) visits a site where a silver Roman Catholic medallion along with a small stone amulet resembling a grimacing, bestial creature are found buried together. Meanwhile, Father Damien Karras (Jason Miller), a young priest at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, begins to doubt his faith while dealing with his mother’s illness. A friend, Father Joe Dyer (William O’Malley), tries to advise and console him.
If you have any recommended horror movie, please suggest the title on the comments are below, thanks.