5.) Event Horizon
(1997): You feel like you need a little sci-fi horror
? Then this
is the movie to go with. Sam Neil was in more movies than Jurassic Park and
Laurence Fishburne was in movies between Boyz in the Hood and The
Matrix. It’s got the right amount of suspense to give you the shivers and a fun
sci-fi story to boot.
6.) Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (1994): One two Freddy’s coming for you,
three four don’t be bored, and watch Wes Craven reboot
his own movie
franchise. The sequels got a bit goofy, and Craven took it upon himself to
make Freddy more menacing making this the scariest of all Nightmare on Elm
St movies ever made. If you haven’t seen this then you really should.
7.) Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993): Slashing, possession, and
Freddy’s glove surprising us all at the end. The ninth installment of the Friday
the 13th franchise is strange, but enjoyable. Jason Voorhees
has some new
tricks in this one.
8.) The Craft (1996): This is one of those movies I think some of you may have
forgotten, well get reacquainted, because it is a fun flick and safe for those of
you who don’t want nightmares but want some witchcraft
9.) The Haunting (1999): We know she dips beneath the lasers and Catherine
Zeta-Jones also stars in this remake of the 1963 film of the same name.
There’s also Liam Neeson and Owen Wilson! Fun Fact: This original can be
considered a rip off of Vincent Price’s House on Haunted Hill also had a
remake released in 1999, and is also better than The Haunting
. Watch this for
the how silly it is factor, it’s still fun.
10.) The Exorcist 3 (1990): You might not remember this, or know that it
existed, but perhaps you did. Someone did which is why it’s on the list. It’s
hard to describe, but if you enjoy possession and a link to the original The
you should if it a shot. Don’t ever give The Exorcist 2: The Heretic
shot. Just don’t do it, this movie you’ll be ok.