The best horror films have always been films that make you think, in the strangest ways.
Here are five films that have truly shaken your world.1.
“Dawn of the Dead” by Robert Eggers and his co-director, Joel Schumacher, are an homage to the cult classic movie of the same name that was released in 1977.
It tells the story of a boy named Michael who, after his father’s death, must fight to survive the zombie apocalypse that is upon the city.
It is a classic horror film, but Eggers makes it even better with the sound design and visuals.2.
“Porky’s Mom” by Stephen King, a classic in the horror genre, was adapted for television by Stephen C. Reilly and is based on the novel of the exact same name.
A young boy named Jacky (played by Jack Reynor) is bullied at school for being “porky.”
His mother, a high school senior named Ruth, offers to help Jacky escape his bullies.
She also helps Jacky to get away from his bullies by taking him on a “trip.”
When Jacky is in the middle of the trip, he gets a phone call that his teacher, the ghost of his deceased mother, is calling.
When he answers the phone, he finds that his mother has been murdered and the ghost has taken Jacky.
He sets out on a quest to rescue his mother and reclaim his name.3.
“The Conjuring” by John Carpenter and his brother, David Carpenter, are the classic Halloween horror films that were released in 1980.
A couple of kids from a small town go trick-or-treating and when the Halloween spirit begins to make mischief, the two kids decide to play a trick on it.
The film is based loosely on the book of the similar name.4.
“Sleeping Beauty” by Walt Disney is the story about the fairy tale Snow White, who is kidnapped by a man who wants to make her into a prince.
The prince agrees to help the girl, but he comes back to the real world after he meets with his real mother, Belle.5.
“Grimm” by David Cronenberg is one of the few horror films ever made that has a good deal of character development.
He has a tendency to make his characters suffer, and he makes sure to make the story as dark and gruesome as possible.6.
“Mystic River” by J.K. Rowling is one the most beloved children’s books of all time.
It was written by her husband, J.R.
It’s also one of her favorite movies.
Rowling makes it both scary and charming in a way that has made it a classic.7.
“It” by Frank Capra is the film adaptation of the children’s book “It.”
It is based in part on a novel by the same title by Robert Harris.
In the book, a child named Muffet learns to make magic with her imagination.
It also tells the tale of a young boy who discovers that his father is a murderer.8.
“Dracula Untold” by Edgar Allan Poe is one movie that’s so popular that it’s often considered one of his best films.
It takes place in the 1930s, and the main character, Mr. Toad, is a young man who becomes possessed by a horrible, yet terrifying, evil spirit.9.
“Halloween” by Wes Craven is a true classic.
It follows a young girl named Alice who discovers she has been transformed into a monster, and is hunted by a boy who is obsessed with finding the true horror.10.
“Slaughterhouse-Five” by James Whale is a horror classic that has been re-imagined in a number of ways.
In this remake, the main characters are not monsters, but rather people, but when they are attacked by an unseen monster, they must fight it off to survive.11.
“Witches” by Stanley Kubrick is one classic in a long line of horror movies that have a dark undertone.
Kubrick’s original film, “Dr. Strangelove,” was set during the Cold War and features a lot of Cold War symbolism.
Kubrick uses a few of the symbolism to create a very disturbing atmosphere.12.
“Barry Lyndon” by George Lucas is one horror classic in that it is set in the 1960s.
It features an older woman named Patty who is in love with a young white man named Barry, who becomes her husband.
They move to Los Angeles where they live in a trailer park.
One day, the trailer is attacked by a serial killer, who has been following Patty.13.
“Jackass” by Sam Raimi is one great example of how to make a movie out of a story that is more or less true.
The story of an American teenager