7 Scariest Horror Films in the World

7 Scariest Horror Films in the World

Choosing a mystical picture that can make you scared is not an easy task. However, in the world, there are the most terrible horror films. These are included in our hit parade of the best horror movies of the 21st century, compiled on the basis of feedback from ratings of viewers. And if you want to check them, make sure to visit http://thmovieshd.com/

1. Astral (2010)

The classic story about the family moving to a new home opens the horror list. Immediately after moving, strange things begin to happen in the house. Objects begin to move, and strange sounds come from the remote parts of the house. Soon, a ten-year-old son falls into a coma and enters the other world.

2. The Call (2002)

Perhaps the most exciting horror movie in history. Its popularity is evidenced by the many filmed sequels, prequels, and remakes. The plot revolves around a mysterious video cassette, after which you see a phone call and a voice informs that you only have 7 days to live. A week later, everyone who watched the tape inevitably dies, but Rachel does not want to die and decides to solve the riddle from the video. The horror film was banned for showing in some countries of the world.

3. Mirrors (2008)

A police officer dismissed from service due to an accident in which his colleague died. And he gets a job as a night watchman in a burnt-out department store. The film is really scary and will make viewers tremble with fear in many moments. Just watch the trailer to understand this.

4. Silent Hill (2006)

Sharon suffers from a mysterious disease and medicine is powerless. The mother refuses to send the child to a psychiatric hospital. Together with their daughter, they go to the mysterious city of Silent Hill, which Sharon constantly mentions in a dream.

5. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)

Five young people were trapped in the Texas countryside, falling into the clutches of a monstrous cannibal clan. During the filming, one of the actresses screeched so terribly and loudly that people from the other end of the building turned to the police, thinking that the girl was being killed for real.

6. 30 Days of Night (2007)

The most terrible films in the history of cinema necessarily include vampire themes. However, vampires in Alaska are something new. When the small town of Barrow plunges into darkness, the time will come for their reign.

7. Wrong Turn (2003)

Stories about a group of young people who find themselves in the woods and who were attacked by a maniac, mutants, ancient evil, etc. are always successful. Teenagers easily imagine themselves in the place of heroes, and older people are more interested in revealing the characters of people, musical accompaniment and the balance between bloody scenes and psychological nightmare.

Wrong Turn was awarded a mass of laudatory reviews precisely thanks to soundly prescribed characters, a good acting game, and music emphasizing the atmosphere of fear.

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