The list of best horror movies of all time is most likely to keep you guessing. If you are afraid of something entirely new, or you love watching unpredictable death scenes or you like when unpredictable jumps scare the fit out of you, this list of top 10 all time classic horror movies is definitely meant for you.
10) Saw (2004)
Saw (2004) is commonly falls under the category of top unwatchable horror pieces of all time. Well a dreamy day with soft breezy wind is only a far fetched dream in this film where gruesome self-mutilations and forced self-gouge is a common sight. You’ll be oddly thrilled to find characters ludicrously slicing themselves as a self punishment for sharing too many animal post on Facebook. This sleek horror masterpiece will definitely scare you enough that you make it to bed within 60 minutes of watching the movie. Enthralled, yet weird, this movie shows two men whose legs are tightly bounded with chains in a broken down building, helplessly trying to find the reasons behind the fatal game they were in.
9) The Evil Dead (1981)
The Evil Dead is a spine chilling movie about five teenagers, living in the woods. They suddenly find themselves caught in an horrific supernatural siege. Helplessly looking for aid, these students are caught in a bloody battle with the demons after they accidentally discover a tape containing traces of demon incarnations. Making these innocent children tirelessly fight for their lives, the director Sam Raimi, ensured that this film makes it to the top rank of horror classics.
8) 28 Days Later (2002)
With half dead buggers and a catastrophic zombie apocalypse, film director Danny Boyle makes sure that the audience gets a series of constant adrenaline rushes through out the film. Starring the legendary actor, Cillian Murphy in a serious thrilling position, this movie is a must watch for all ghost hunters and zombie lovers.
7) The Silence Of The Lambs (1991)
Recently you must have noticed a picture of an oddly looking man wearing jaw-locks going viral over the internet for all creepy reasons. Well, the creepy picture is of the main character of the film The Silence Of The Lambs, Hannibal Lecter. This popular psychological thriller couldn’t get any more creepier after showing gruesome scenes of a cannibal leaping onto a man and ripping off his face with his bare teeth. Yikes, indeed.
6) Halloween (1978)
Inspired by one of the classics, Hitchcock’s Psycho, the film Halloween will stimulate your brains as you notice Michael Myers set out lose in an insane murder spree in a small town in Illinois. With constant visuals of repeated stabbings, masked nutters with murderous knifes, this movie is bound to delight the senses of every horror genre lover.
5) The Thing (1982)
John Carpenter, the man who is guilty for making every American child feel unsafe in his home at night, after the movie Halloween, The Thing is his next big feat. With accidental soul awakening of shape shifting parasites in Antarctica, which every Antarctic researcher would dread of, this movie successfully makes into the top 10 horror masterpieces of all time.
4) The Blair Witch Project
This movie uses the lost footage found in the woods format to scare the fits off its viewers. After watching this film, who could say that sending sudden snotty noises to death screams would not leave people in light impeding trauma?
3) Ring (1998)
Making a list of top spine chilling horror movie all times and not finding the name of Ring (1998) in the list, sounds crazy right? Um, well of course it does. What would you do when you watch a cursed video tape and then receive a phone call warning you that you have exactly one week to live? Sounds riveting doesn’t it? This movie is all about gruesome supernatural vengeance by a girl who was trapped in a deep well for ages.
2) The Shining (1980)
The Shining (1980) is a horror classic which will definitely leave all horror fanatics guessing. From nerve- chilling toilet door axing scenes, creepy twins hunting down in alley to discovering dead women in the bathtub, this movie is bound to give you strain and thrills. It is based on Stephan King’s bestseller The Shining.
1) The Exorcist (1973)
The Exorcist (1973), is one of the most controversial flicks of all time. This Linda Blair starer movie degenerates into a foul- mouthed, goo-spewing, head-riveting flick leaving all the viewers deeply shaken.
If you were here to double check that you have not missed out on any horror bonanza or if you were here to look for new horror flick, with all confidence these top 10 horrors would do that trick!