The Forever Purge, the fifth instalment in the hugely successful Purge franchise, continues the story from The Purge: Election Year by focusing on a group of individuals trying to flee the US after some criminal activity persists after the Purge has ended.
Again, Michael Myers is involved. Halloween Kills, the 12th movie in the series overall and a follow-up to 2018's Halloween, features various characters from the 1978 film, including Lindsey Wallace (Kyle Richards).
I Know What You Did Last Summer, a late 1990s horror movie based on the Lois Duncan novel, is a requirement for any scary movie viewing.
The Conjuring should go to the top of your viewing list if you're seeking for a truly eerie horror film with just as much heart as it does jump scares. The Conjuring, a film by horror auteur James Wan, is based on the real-life case files of Ed and Lorraine Warren.
Antlers is a film whose vision and a developing sense of dread make for a riveting experience. It is a profoundly sorrowful yet dynamic drama of societal decline.
The eerie porcelain doll that we see hidden away in the Warrens' house in the first Conjuring movie has a creepy genesis story in Annabelle, a sequel starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson.
A thrilling adventure from beginning to end, Freaky is a Freaky Friday meets slasher film. The day after Millie (Kathryn Newton) is attacked by the Butcher (Vince Vaughn), a notorious serial killer in her town, she awakens in his body.
With its plausible premise and excellent marketing strategy that led some viewers to believe that its subjects were actual missing individuals, The Blair Witch Project effectively invented the found-footage horror subgenre.
Herk Harvey never made another feature film after directing this obscure movie because he was so disappointed in it.