The 10 best horror films

May 11, 2023 – 10:46 am

For some directors, terror is a priesthood. Their mission: to keep the viewer in suspense at all costs. Scare her course and also disgust, sometimes a little, often a lot. But in fact, what fascinates us so much in horror films?

1 - William Friedkin's The Exorcist (1973)

At the time of its release, The Exorcist scares both the public and the press. Stanley Kauffmann, editor of The New Republic even say it's the scariest movie he has seen in years. Today, it has not changed. This horror film is one of the great classics of the genre. The worship scene where the girl urinates on a carpet in predicting the death of one of the dinner guests of his mother be adopted. Since its release, The Exorcist reported 441, 071 dollars 011 recipes in the world.

2 - John Carpenter's Halloween (1978)

Halloween is one of the most profitable independent film in history with sales at the box office, which amounted to $ 47 000 000. Halloween night, Michael Myers kills his sister by stabbing her. 15 years later, he escapes from the mental hospital where he is confined, determined to kill his half-sister, Laurie Strode ...

3 - The Silence of the Lambs Jonathan Demme (1991)4 - A Nightmare on Elm Street Wes Craven (1984)

Freddy Krueger is probably the most monstrous figure in the history of horror films. This is a monstrous creature that haunts the dreams of teenagers before killing them in these dreams into reality. Since its release in 1984, the monster Elm Street scared by his burned face and long blades instead of his fingers. This is the film that establishes the director Wes Craven as a master of horror.

5 - John Carpenter's The Thing (1982)

When The Thing was not an immediate success when it was released in theaters, it gets cult status with its video release. This film by John Carpenter married science fiction and horror by describing a form of extraterrestrial life killer. Many films and series refer to as The Thing in the X-Files episode Project Arctic or the movie The Faculty.

6 - Brian De Palma's Carrie (1976)

Based on the eponymous book by master of horror Stephen King, Carrie is one of the most popular horror films. In reporting more than $ 33 million at the U.S. box office, Carrie has positioned itself as one of the most profitable films of the 1970s. In this film, the young Carrie White takes revenge humiliation it undergoes classmates using his telekinetic powers.

7 - Shining by Stanley Kubrick (1980)

Nobody can forget the exceptional performance of Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Based on the novel The Shining by Stephen King, it is considered a classic of horror cinema. Jack Nicholson plays the role of Jack Torrance, aspiring novelist moving into a secluded hotel in the Rocky Mountains. Several years ago, the hotel concierge murdered his entire family with an ax. Gradually madness Jack Torrance wins and leads to irreparable ...


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