The best movies of all time can feel like a weird thing to look for by 2020. Who wants to be the most intimidating of the uninitiated? But hunting horror movies is a very natural reaction. In this way, we load up on horrific events and flee to a world where evil can have a chance to be killed within 90 minutes anyway. Even if a horror movie leaves you with nightmares, it will still be a wrong, ugly genre. Deep down, it’s just fun. Yes, that means, if you don’t see Nightmare on Elm Street, it’s too young, and you still have sleep problems.
Still, the list below is a real compliment to some of the most intriguing and terrifying silver screens. To bring things down to 30, the sacrifices had to come out of the giant wicker effigies and burn, but there is a startling mix of today and the old in our list of the best movies. This is a world where Alfred Hitchcock, Tobe Hooper, and Jordan Peele can all work together. If that were a dinner party, we would all go, eh? So whatever your favorite genre, be it hidden nightmares or deceptive mental fears, it’s time to sit down and have a snack and reassure yourself of the terrifying movies.
Movie: We knew it was on its way, but the post-epidemic panic has already reached the status quo of Zoom call, which is not very good. Eager for the hunt for something to do without endless closing questions – we hear this – a group of friends gets together to be an online mid-lockdown seance. Next is a short, sharp shock of the adrenaline gains during a terrific 56-minute run. Guardian isn’t the first shocking thing to happen on a computer screen, capturing the horrible inspiration from REC, the Blair Witch Project, and Paranormal work. Still, it brings with it a terrifying panic. Fun spooky.
Why is it scary: Because of being isolated from others, we all talk about the smooth transition. All the communication – all the jokes about parents refusing to stay in it and the grief of being locked up – are heartbreaking. So, when this group of women lighted candles and something came to their intended destination, we could not help but be dragged away. Some use of modern technology introduces the full horror of 2020, and brilliant performance reduces tension into a terrifying unbearable environment. If this is what director Rob Savage can do without locking in direct contact with his actors, it will be exciting to see what he does next.
Movie: It may have regained its so-called form of sexual harassment with its (mostly) disgusting scenes, but – and this is so great ‘but’ – the original Saw isn’t as close as you think, and a good shock happens. Yes, the article is about introducing a corrupt assassin that suggests that someone remove his leg instead of using the key to open the cup, but Saw is surprisingly blocked. The ideas at work here are more memorable in your mind than what you see on screen. Made with the sharp budget of Leigh Whannell and James Wan, the story of the two men rising from the toilet, the corpse in between, is twisted but always interesting.
Why scary: Simply put, we all play a jigsaw puzzle with our heroes. What are we determined to do to save our lives? Will we be Amanda, ready to go into the womb to get the key, or can we wait for the terrible end? Throw in the real horror of ‘Billy,’ Jigsaw’s painted bicycle doll, and one of the most horrible consecutive sequences ever, and Saw is still able to pack a punch covered with barbed wire.
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
Movie: The only unread selection of Romero that offers a list of the best films of all time is like taking a flexible horde with a book opener: gory and challenging, but not entirely impossible. After much deliberation, it is time to go shopping. Romero’s attack on an American consumer dream follows four zombie apocalypse survivors as they arrive at the mall. While they can get inside without eating any food in their brain, it does not take long before the shopping mall lamp attracts other visitors, and the defenses begin to deteriorate.
Why is it still scary: We have had more troops to smuggle hungry than we can count from Romero’s initial distribution, but that doesn’t make the content of the source so scary. The gentle idea that Zombies are still heading for the mall after death is a subtle one, and the endless violence of the Night effect is something that needs your attention. If you feel like you can’t watch anything under HD, Zack Snyder’s 2004 release works amazingly, not to mention the hottest switch.
Dead Evil 2
Movie: Too many Evil Dead 2 questions, so little time. Well, thanks to Bruce Campbell himself responding to the first one and explaining that Sam Raimi’s funny jokes are requel. In contrast, the first Evil Dead followed a group of 20 days to the holiday home from hell. Followed by only Campbell’s Ash and his girlfriend Linda as they tried to survive after playing the Necronomicon reading aloud. I would disappoint if I did not warn you about the beheaded person by a garden tool after reading.
Why Scary: Evil Dead 2 is a complete comedy horror. While it may not send you away from your screen, there tends to look fun in the process. Eyes in the mouth, wall to a wall cloud, chainsaws feel like the only option. It is noteworthy here, too, that if you are looking for something that has been marked with the word ‘groovy,’ Evil Dead retrieval from Fed Alvarez is something that can get under your skin. Evil Dead 2 plays a highly acclaimed comedy and will embrace the physical effects. Alvarez’s re-launch makes mistakes obviously on the dreaded side, making them a complete double draft bill.
Cabin in the Woods (2011)
Movie: In 2011, we had a problem with pride. But where can humor-horror go? How many times has the bestselling actor said, “I’ve seen this in the movie once,” without us wanting to take our eyes off and never look at the horror again? Yes, it turns out that there was still life in the regenerated corpse yet. Cabin in the Woods can’t pinch not just one trope but one by one, like a person armed with a laser and Final Destination 3’s nail gun. When this pile of twenty-seven attractions goes to a titular area, they get a lot more than they sell.
Why the horror: The creation of Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard is not just a comedy escape. I live without looting here because it is so beautiful, but like the movie with its monster face, The Cabin in the Woods will deal with your many phobias. This is a feature of a creature you have never seen before with a liter of gore and all the monsters you can imagine lurking in the dark. Like Buffy before it, this can make you laugh one minute and then shout the next. Stay tuned, and this trip to the forest is a beautiful surprise.
A Quiet Place (2018)
Movie: Is there anything more shocking than the idea of raising a young family in a world where vicious floods with a natural sense of humor hunt the last of humanity? John Krasinski’s initial fears – in which he also plays with IRL wife Emily Blunt – follow the Abbott family as they quietly introduce a genuinely tragic life where every single sound can be their last. Playing with movie sound in a completely new way, Silent Area may have a simple foundation, but this is 90 minutes of muscle strengthening.
Why the shock: It turns out that people are noisy. Steps are increasing—food crunches. The doors are hard. Fair use of sound means that all the family’s noise sounds like a painful step closer to death. Electrical works from all the characters – especially the little Millicent Simmonds – command you to look at every single frame, hold your breath if necessary. It’s not uncommon for a terrifying guide to drawing your attention for so long with the apparent neglect of the nails digging into your hands. View Silent Location. Oh, then open it.
Paranormal Activity (2007)
Movie: While the Blair Witch Project revived the horror of footage after operating as a motorcycle shot back in 1999. Paranormal Activity was where things came, went wrong, and died the most. The first horror movie from now on, Oren Peli set to present Katie and Micah. Who once had a strange experience at their LA home. Like an avid filmmaker, Micah puts a camera under their bed to watch things while they sleep. The next night’s shower is enough to make you never want to see another bed, let alone sleep in it.
Why Scary: The reason why the Paranormal function works so nerve-janglingly is simple. Regardless of your snooze or your favorite habits, we all sleep in a dark room, almost, and become perfect victims of anything that lies in the dark. The now-famous gun that comes out from under Katie and Micah’s bed is a masterpiece of shocking technology. Everything extended as the clock forward becomes a test of the intricate eye. What will happen
Was that a shadow? The long-lasting impossibility of this experience has never been this nail-biting as the days and nights go on. The sequence was endless and is a mixed bag for fear but, like a door that knocks in the middle of the night, the pure fear of Paranormal’s first work cannot be ignored.
It Follows (2015)
Movie: Infection in horror films spreads in many ways – itching here and injecting the mutation virus there. Hell, we even had to watch a videotape and have a ghost that needs an individual arrival status to find you seven days later. To add a new spin to things, the lousy bet of It Follows comes to get you if, well, you do something wrong. While the 21st-century horror of the horrific sexually transmitted curse sounds like a must-have, it follows. This horror is real as the ghosts of the teens harass Jay. No one else can see them; they stroll; they don’t end up on him unless they ‘pass on.’ Proving how good Jay’s friends are, they get together to take something supernatural.
Why scary: What follows isn’t just dangerous. It is cold with scares, which means you will need to remove them from your roof with a spatula. With an incredibly beautiful synth rate from Disasterpiece seriously. let’s put that in your headphones all day and see what it’s like – Jay’s war with those who follow him is shot in a way that never felt like you could solve. Like Jay, we will never rest, and although the area may look peaceful, it is not. The most effective fear arises from the indifference of these pursuers, which have dead eyes and cannot connect with a single activity. Follows are modern art, let alone a successful one-night stand.