The Best Scary Movies Of All Time – Jumpscare Worthy!

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From found-footage horror, psychological disorders, conventional monster features to the chilling potency of classic horror films like The Shining and The Exorcist are all on the list.

Unlike thrillers, which frequently have convoluted psychologically challenging storylines and suspense, horror films aim to frighten audiences with blood and violence, unexpected narratives, and a sense of impending doom.

Some of our worst nightmares stem from a night spent watching a movie we should’ve put on hold but couldn’t because we were too enthralled to keep watching until the finish. So let’s get started with the most awaited list of the best horror movies of all time.

Things Heard And Seen (2021)

Director: Shari Springer Berman, Robert Pulcini

Writer: Amanda Seyfried, James Norton

Cast: Amanda Seyfried, James Norton

IMDb Rating: 5.3/10

A young artist moves to a new town with her husband and suspects a particular blanket of darkness. It takes a deep twist that you cannot expect. So, what can this artist do to wade away the darkness?

It is one of the latest horror movies, but we see that the production put excellent work into making the movie.

The Empty Man (2020)

Director: David Prior

Writer: David Prior

Cast: Marin Ireland, James Badge Dale, Stephen Root

IMDb Rating: 6.1/10

An ex-cop is on a mission to find a missing girl. What he did not expect was to encounter supernatural entities. Watch how his discovery mixes up everything and what he does going further.

The initial tempo of the movie might be low, but it later picks up and becomes one of the best scary movies of all time.

Wrong Turn (2021)

Director: Mike P. Nelson

Writer: Alan B. McElroy

Cast: Adain Bradley, Charlotte Vega, Bill Sage

IMDb Rating: 5.5/10

Friends usually bond in different ways. For the friends in this movie, they decided to go on a hike. However, they were confronted by a group of people who have lived on the mountain for years.

Of course, you do not think that it would be all smiles during this confrontation. Watch this movie to see if these friends will ever complete their hike and make it back home.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (2021)

Director: Michael Chaves

Writer: David Leslie, James Wan, Johnson-McGoldrick

Cast: Ruairi O’Connor, Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga

IMDb Rating: 6.3/10

The Warrens are investigators on a case that has supernatural links. Now, they are roped into a series of activities that they would never have dreamt of entering. It is one thing to follow a murder trial, but it is another thing when it involves supernatural forces.

One thing about this movie is that it has a high tempo that has you hooked from start to finish. You are sure not to take your eyes away from the screen when watching this movie.

Spiral: From The Book Of Saw (2021)

Director: Darren Lynn Bousman

Writer: Peter Goldfinger, Josh Stolberg

Cast: Samuel L. Jackson, Chris Rock, Max Minghella

IMDb Rating: 5.3/10

There have been murder cases throughout the city, and everyone is tense.  Detective Ezekiel “Zeke” Banks and his rookie partner are in charge of investigations. Now, he is roped into various mysteries and has to play the killer’s spiral game.

If you are looking for a movie that gives the proper suspense, this is a perfect choice. Although it might be a new movie, it stands as one of the best horror movies of all time.

A Quiet Place Part 2 (2020)

Director: John Krasinski

Writer: John Krasinski

Cast: Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Noah Jupe

IMDb Rating:7.3/10

It is one of the greatest horror movies of all time! Following the deadly events at home, the Abbotts family must now face the outside world. However, it is not without challenges and obstacles. Soon, they realize that what they are battling gets even worse. Throughout this movie, you are carried on a journey of suspense, setting the pace right for what you expect from a horror movie.

The Forever Purge (2021)

Director: Everardo Valerio Gout

Writer: James DeMonaco

Cast: Tenoch Huerta, Ana de la Reguera, Cassidy Freeman

IMDb Rating: 5.4/10

The morning after the purge, a sect of lawless masked killers have decided that the purge must never end. Therefore, they attack the Tucker family. The country is now in chaos, and some people have to set up and stop them.

Will it be a forever purge, or will it come to an end?

Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island (2020)

Director: Jeff Wadlow

Writer: Chris Roach, Jeff Wadlow, Jillian Jacobs

Cast: Maggie Q, Lucy Hale, Michael Peña, Austin Stowell

IMDb Rating: 4.9/10

Imagine getting an invitation to live on an island where you can explore your darkest fantasies. A group of lucky guests gets this invite, and they couldn’t be happier. However, things start to take a twist when people begin to arrive.

Watch how what was supposed to be fun spirals out of control. But, the thrill that comes with this movie leaves mouths wide open.
Freaky (2020)

Director: Christopher Landon

Writer: Michael Kennedy, Christopher Landon

Cast: Kathryn Newton, Vince Vaughn, Katie Finneran

IMDb Rating: 6.4/10

The movie centers around a 17-year-old who was trying to survive the horrors of high school. Sadly, she becomes the target of a serial killer. Things take a twist as the serial killer comes in contact with a magical knife and stabs her with it. However, there is more to meet the eyes concerning the blade than what you might think. There are a series of exciting plots in this movie.

Fear Street Part One: 1994 (2021)

Director: Leigh Janiak

Writer: Kyle Killen, Phil Graziadei, Phil Graziadei

Cast: Olivia Scott, Kiana Madeira, Maya Hawke

IMDb Rating: 6.2/10

Teens are known to be adventurous. But unfortunately, the teenagers in this movie accidentally encounter the ancient evil that has been plaguing their town for centuries.

Watch to see what occurs next. Indeed, you do not expect that it will not come without consequences. However, are they brave enough to face this evil? Will they all survive at the end of it?

It is easy to get lost in the thrill of this movie and have your eyes glued to your viewing screen.

Antebellum (2020)

Director: Gerard Bush, Christopher Renz

Writer: Gerard Bush, Christopher Renz

Cast: Eric Lange, Janelle Monáe, Jena Malone

IMDb Rating: 5.7/10

Author Veronica Henley faces crossroads in this movie that makes her confront her past, present, and future. Unfortunately, this confrontation was not the plan when she set out for her book tour. All she looked forward to was reuniting with her family, but things do not always go as planned.

It is a thrilling story that keeps you anticipating what happens next.

Us (2019)

Director: Jordan Peele

Writer: Jordan Peele

Cast: Winston Duke, Lupita Nyong’o, Elisabeth Moss

IMDb Rating: 6.8/10

A family is attacked by some mysterious figures dressed in red. In their already scared state, they realize that these ghostly figures are their lookalike. If that is not scary, we would want to know your definition of scary.

What is going on? Why are these figures attacking them? Watch this movie to get the answer to all the questions.

Willy’s Wonderland (2021)

Director: Kevin Lewis

Writer: G. O. Parsons

Cast: Emily Tosta, Nicolas Cage, Ric Reitz

IMDb Rating: 5.5/10

A quiet loner is tricked into cleaning an old abandoned family fun center. What wrong could happen in such a place? Now, he is fighting for his life as he encounters possessed mascots in this amusement park.

Willy’s wonderland is the fun center that plays host to these possessed figures. This movie is about the experience of the loner at Willy’s wonderland.

It is one of the best horror movies of all time.

Midsommar (2019)

Director: Ari Aster

Writer: Ari Aster

Cast: Jack Reynor, Florence Pugh, William Jackson Harper

IMDb Rating: 7.1/10

Here’s another one from our list of greatest horror movies of all time: The goal of the two lovers in this movie was to mend their relationship when they set out on their journey. Now, they visit their friend’s ancestral shrine, and it seems like they have gotten more than what they bargained for. They are now at the mercy of a pagan cult, and they will unravel more as the story goes further. Although this is a horror movie, some of the scenes are romantic and can make you blush.

Escape Room (2019)

Director: Adam Robitel

Writer: Bragi F. Schut, Maria Melnik

Cast: Logan Miller, Taylor Russell, Deborah Ann Woll

IMDb Rating: 6.4/10

The escape room competition presents itself as an avenue to win ten thousand dollars. Here come six people from different places willing to engage in this competition. However, what seems to be an innocent competition starts turning out to be a horrifying experience. They have to figure out a game if they want to survive. We love the captivating thrill in this movie as it makes you not miss out on any scene. We have added it to the top 10 horror movies of all time.

Peninsula (2020)

Director: Yeon Sang-ho

Writer: Yeon Sang-ho, Park Joo-Suk, Ryu Yong-jae

Cast: Lee Jung-hyun, Kang Dong-won, Lee Re

IMDb Rating: 5.5/10

It is one of those movies that has a perfect blend of action and horror, making it one of our best horror movies of all time.  A zombie virus has infected South Korea for about four years. A former soldier sets out with some others to battle these zombies in peninsula wasteland. Everything about this movie is compelling.

Girl On The Third Floor (2019)

Director: Travis Stevens

Writer: Paul Johnstone and Ben Parker

Cast: Trieste Kelly Dunn, Phil “CM Punk” Brooks, Sarah Brooks

IMDb Rating: 4.6/10

This movie is the story of a man who tries to renovate a run-down house for his family. Keep in mind that this house has some history attached to it. Despite his renovating efforts, the house has its plans. Who is the girl on the third floor? Some people describe this movie as creepy, but we would say that it is compelling, especially for movie lovers. It is one of the best horror movies of all time.

Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark (2019)

Director: André Øvredal

Writer: Dan Hageman, Kevin Hageman

Cast: Michael Garza, Zoe Colletti, Gabriel Rush

IMDb Rating: 6.2/10

A trio tries to bully Tommy and friends but later finds themselves hiding in Ramon’s car.  They get to meet Ramon, who most people describe as mysterious. This meeting leads to them discovering a notebook filled with scary stories. As the title of the movie says, these are stories to tell in the dark. This movie comes under the top 10 horror movies of all time.

The Curse Of La Llorona

Director: Michael Chaves

Writer: Mikki Daughtry, Tobias Iaconis

Cast: Raymond Cruz, Linda Cardellini, Patricia Velásquez

IMDb Rating: 5.3/10

It is the 1970s, and a ghost, La Llorona, stalks the night in Los Angeles. Despite warnings, a social worker and her kids become victims. Now, their hope of surviving the wrath of this ghost is a disillusioned priest who practices mysticism to keep evil at bay. This movie presents a sort of chaos that is enjoyable to watch, especially if you love horror movies. Watch to see how they battle both the ghost and the priest.

Doctor Sleep (2019)

Director: Mike Flanagan

Writer: Mike Flanagan

Cast: Cliff Curtis, Ewan McGregor, Kyleigh Curran

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

Danny Torrance is now an adult and finds a little girl who shares his gift. He becomes overprotective of her as he tries to protect her from a cult called True Knot that preys on little children with gifts. It is a sequel to the movie The Shining.

Ma (2019)

Director: Tate Taylor

Writer: Scotty Landes

Cast: Juliette Lewis, Octavia Spencer, Diana Silvers

IMDb Rating: 5.6/10

It starts out as a kind gesture by a lonely older woman who allows some teenagers to [arty in her basement. But as things start to unfold, they begin to question her intentions. Could she have other plans for them? What was once happiness has now turned to fear and anxiety. It is one of the best horror movies of all time in 2021.

Army Of The Dead (2021)

Director: Zack Snyder

Writer: Zack Snyder, Joby Harold

Cast: Ella Purnell, Dave Bautista, Ana de la Reguera

IMDb Rating: 5.8/10

If you think you have seen the greatest heist ever, it means you have not watched this movie. Watch to see what happens after a zombie attack in Las Vegas when a group of mercenaries decides to go into a quarantine zone. It is packed with action, suspense, and much more that you do not want to miss. It is no doubt an enjoyable movie.

Don’t Breathe (2016)

Director: Fede Álvarez

Writer: Rodo Sayagues, Fede Álvarez

Cast: Dylan Minnette, Jane Levy, Daniel Zovatto

IMDb Rating: 7.1/10

A trio of thieves thinks it was seemingly easy to break into the house of a blind man. After all, he cannot see, so how can he defend himself? However, what they got was not what they expected as he wasn’t as helpless as they thought.  Watch this movie to see how the story unfolds.

Ready Or Not (2019)

Director: Tyler Gillett, Matt Bettinelli-Olpin

Writer: R. Christopher Murphy, Guy Busick

Cast: Adam Brody, Samara Weaving, Mark O’Brien

IMDb Rating: 6.9/10

Not wanting to annoy her in-laws, a newlywed bride indulges in a game that soon becomes bloody. She isn’t sure if she will make it out alive or not. It is a gamble, and that’s what you get with this movie. However, it awakens intense emotions that let you enjoy this movie.

Hereditary (2018)

Director: Ari Aster

Writer: Ari Aster

Cast: Alex Wolff, Toni Collette, Milly Shapiro

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

A grieving family cannot mourn as lots of consequences and backlash come their way. Can one run away from their bloodline? Watch this movie to see what fate has in store for this family. If you are easily scared, get people around you when watching this movie. Its excellent execution makes it one of the best horror movies of all time in 2021.

The Invisible Man (2020)

Director: Leigh Whannell

Writer: Leigh Whannell

Cast: Aldis Hodge, Elisabeth Moss, Storm Reid

IMDb Rating: 7.1/10

It is one thing to have an abusive boyfriend, but it is another thing when he decides to be an invisible stalker. With all the strange things happening in Cecilia’s life, she decides to take matters into her hands and hunt down the truth. Bravery and much more are showcased in this movie, and you will love it.

The New Mutants (2020)

Director: Josh Boone

Writer: Josh Boone, Knate Lee

Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton

IMDb Rating: 5.3/10

It is a story of five teenage mutants who seek treatment. But since things are not always as they seem, we see that it goes south. Their memories become a trigger, and it gets terrifying. It is one of those movies where you cannot anticipate what happens next, so you are eagerly watching to the end. We are sure that you will also recommend it to others. It’s one of the best horror movies of all time to watch.

The Platform (2019)

Director: Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia

Writer: Pedro Rivero, David Desola

Cast: Antonia San Juan, Iván Massagué, Emilio Buale

IMDb Rating: 7/10

Goreng wakes up at level 48 of A mystery place, an incomprehensible jail, a deep pit, hoping to earn an authorized title. Instead, there are an undetermined amount of levels. On each floor, there are two inmates. A falling platform with enough food for everyone. An inhuman struggle for existence, but also a chance to unite. Goreng ultimately learns The Hole’s primary rules with the help of veteran Trimagasi as his cell companion. To find out what those regulations were, watch this movie.

The Hunt (2020)

Director: Craig Zobel

Writer: Nick Cuse, Damon Lindelof

Cast: Betty Gilpin, Ike Barinholtz, Emma Roberts

IMDb Rating: 6.5/10

In a group text, Athena Stone mentions an impending search for deplorable at a mansion (“Manorgate”). She murders a guy who staggers out of the cargo hold later aboard her private plane. Three prisoners make their way to a service station across a barbed-wire fence. One of the 3 eats a contaminated doughnut and passes out, while Ma and Pop (who are among the captors’ ranks) use poison gas to murder a second and a sawed-off shotgun blast to kill the third. What do you believe will happen next, in your opinion?

The Nun (2018)

Director: Corin Hardy

Writer: Gary Dauberman, James Wan

Cast: Taissa Farmiga, Demián Bichir

IMDb Rating: 5.3/19

The Vatican sent a priest with a shady history and a novice on the verge of her last vows to Romania to investigate the death of a young nun and fight an evil power in the shape of a demonic nun. The narrative follows a Roman Catholic priest and a novitiate nun in 1952 Romania as they unearth an evil truth. List this film among your top 10 horror movies of all time.

I.T. Chapter Two (2019)

Director: Andrés Muschietti

Writer: Gary Dauberman

Cast: James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader

IMDb Rating: 6.5/10

The wicked clown Pennywise reappears 27 years after being defeated by members of the Losers’ Club to threaten the town of Derry, Maine, once more. The childhood pals, who are now adults, have long ago parted ways. Losers Club returns from their varied lives to kill It once and for all, despite their time apart from having left them mainly forgetting the fear they shared 27 years ago. We can call it one of the best scary movies of all time.

Mother! (2017)

Director: Darren Aronofsky

Writer: Darren Aronofsky

Cast: Javier Bardem, Jennifer Lawrence,  Ed Harris

IMDb Rating: 6.6/10

It’s a movie more about fragile masculinity, feminine instinct, and the terrifying thing in the world: people who expect more from you than you can offer. One day, a stranger named Man arrives at the residence, claiming to be a local doctor and asking for a room. Mother grudgingly agrees, and he gladly agrees.

A Quiet Place (2018)

Director: John Krasinski

Writer: Bryan Woods, Scott Beck

Cast: Emily Blunt, John Krasinski

IMDb Rating: 7.5/10

Starting on day 89 of their struggle, the narrative of the young Abbott family is presented. They have to keep as silent as possible in most situations, which means no speech, to escape lethal and apparently indestructible armored monsters who track their prey exclusively by sound, which has led to the Abbotts’ isolated life. Nonetheless, an otherwise happy event now, of all times, jeopardizes the already precarious stability. So the Abbotts must not make a sound now more than ever.

Pet Sematary (2019)

Director: Kevin Kölsch, Dennis Widmyer

Writer: Matt Greenberg, Jeff Buhler

Cast: Amy Seimetz, Jason Clarke, John Lithgow

IMDb Rating: 5.7/10

Louis Creed, his wife Rachel, and their two children, Gage and Ellie, relocate to a rural house where they are warmly greeted and informed of the surrounding spooky ‘Pet Sematary.’ Following the tragic death of their cat by a truck, Louis resorts to burial at the strange pet cemetery, which is far from what it appears, proving to the Creeds that sometimes, death is preferable.
Split (2016)

Director: M. Night Shyamalan

Writer: M. Night Shyamalan

Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy, James McAvoy, Betty Buckley

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

A guy kidnaps Casey Cooke, Claire Benoit, and Marcia after a celebration in a mall. They soon discover that the man who kidnapped them suffers from DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder) and has several identities. Dr. Karen Fletcher, his (kidnappers) psychiatrist, is aware of his personas but does not believe he is the kidnapper of the three girls. Casey tries to persuade the weaker personas to flee while the more powerful personalities fight back.

Gerald’s Game (2017)

Director: Mike Flanagan

Writer: Mike Flanagan, Jeff Howard

Cast: Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood

IMDb Rating: 6.5/10

At a secluded holiday house, a guy smiles sweetly as he ties his wife to a bed. Gerald is a wealthy attorney, and his wife is named Jessie. We can see right away that things aren’t working well in this marriage, but it’s the type of marital snag that can hopefully be resolved.

The Lighthouse (2019)

Director: Robert Eggers

Writer: Robert Eggers, Max Eggers

Cast: Willem Dafoe, Robert Pattinson

IMDb Rating: 7.5/10

Ephraim Winslow (Robert Pattinson), a former timber worker, is put on a boat to work as a wickie for four weeks on an isolated island with a gassy older man named Thomas Wake in the late 1800s (William Dafoe). Winslow finds a hole in his coat on the first day of his new employment. Winslow is assigned the more strenuous chores throughout his stay, including refilling the lamp, churning the oil barrack, lugging large gasoline canisters, and disposing of the two men’s chamber pots.

Jigsaw (2017)

Director: The Spierig Brothers

Writer: Josh Stolberg, Peter Goldfinger

Cast: Callum Keith Rennie, Matt Passmore, Clé Bennett

IMDb Rating: 5.8/10

The picture begins in an extremely art-directed confined area, with its human guinea pigs imprisoned, chained, and scared, as each “Saw” film must. There are five of them in this case, each having their head enclosed in a metal container and lengthy chains going to a circular saw-studded wall. The shackles are dragging them all towards the wall.

Cam (2018)

Director: Daniel Goldhaber

Writer: Isa Mazzei, Daniel Goldhaber, Isabelle Link-Levy

Cast: Patch Darragh, Madeline Brewer, Melora Walters

IMDb Rating: 5.9/10

The narrative of Alice (Madeline Brewer), who works at a cam girl portal and goes by the nickname Lola, unfolds in “Cam.” ‘Lola’ is steadily climbing up through the ranks among the most widely known cam girls on the site, largely driven by regular customers such as the twitchy Tinker and the gift-giving Barney. Alice hasn’t told her mother that ‘Lola’ is quickly rising up the ranks of the most popular cam girls on the site, fueled by loyal customers like the twitchy Tinker and the gift-giving. However, Lola’s performance is a little different from the usual cam lady, pushing the boundaries of taste and cosmetics in unexpected ways.

Annihilation (2018)

Director: Alex Garland

Writer: Alex Garland

Cast: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Natalie Portman, Gina Rodriguez

IMDb Rating: 6.8/10

The spouse of a biologist vanishes. She volunteers for an excursion into an environmental catastrophe zone, but what she finds isn’t what she expected. A biologist, an anthropologist, a psychologist, a surveyor, and a linguist make up the expedition crew.

Get Out (2017)

Director: Jordan Peele

Writer:  Jordan Peele

Cast: Allison Williams, Daniel Kaluuya, Bradley Whitford

IMDb Rating: 7.7/10

In their Lake Pontaco cottage, Chris Washington, a brilliant young African-American photographer, prepares to meet his Caucasian fiancée Rose Armitage’s parents during a weekend. Chris and Rose have been dating for five months, and the Armitages have no idea that their daughter’s boyfriend is African-American. The uneasy mood combined with pure fear will rapidly disrupt the family’s calm façade as the pleasant and courteous atmosphere gives way to an indistinct, rather unrecognizable menace. What could the Armitages possibly be concealing? And why is there a closed, off-limits room leading to the basement? Watch this movie from our list of best horror movies of all time 2021.

Bird Box (2018)

Director: Susanne Bier

Writer: Eric Heisserer

Cast: Trevante Rhodes, Sandra Bullock, Sarah Paulson

IMDb Rating: 6.6/10

The movie begins with a woman named Malorie Hayes (Sandra Bullock) trying to find shelter. She takes her children, known only as Boy and Girl, on a dangerous journey across the water, and she emphasizes the importance of them wearing blindfolds while outside. Malorie snatches a box containing her beloved birds and leads the youngsters outdoors through a string trail before locating the boat and jumping aboard.

Rings (2017)

Director: F. Javier Gutiérrez

Writer: David Loucka, Jacob Estes

Cast: Johnny Galecki, Matilda Lutz, Alex Roe

IMDb Rating: 4.5/10

The movie begins on an aircraft. Carter (Zach Roerig) is a young man who appears to be in trouble. Faith (Laura Wiggins), the woman sitting next to him, inquires as to what is wrong. Carter claims that he viewed a terrible movie a week ago and then received a phone call warning him that he would die in seven days, five minutes from now. As the plane begins to encounter turbulence, Carter goes to the toilet.
Life (2017)

Director: Daniel Espinosa

Writer: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick

Cast: Rebecca Ferguson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds

IMDb Rating: 6.6/10

A team onboard the International Space Station (ISS) records and maintains a Mars-bound spacecraft with a sample onboard. The team is in charge of examining the sample, which may be the first evidence of alien life. However, when the creature develops intelligence, the experiment backfires. As a result, the crew is trapped aboard the ISS with the rapidly-growing organism and must figure out a way to eliminate it before it escapes and destroys Earth.

It (2017)

Director: Andrés Muschietti

Writer: Chase Palmer, Gary Dauberman

Cast: Jaeden Lieberher, Bill Skarsgård

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

Pennywise, a shape-shifting creature that disguises himself as a clown, murdered Georgie in the summer of 1989. Bill, Georgie’s brother, teams up with three bullied youngsters to defeat the shape-shifting monster that preys on Derry’s children in retaliation for Georgie’s death.

Demonic (2015)

Director: Will Canon

Writer: Doug Simon, Max La Bella, Will Canon

Cast: Cody Horn, Maria Bello, Dustin Milligan

IMDb Rating: 5.3/10

The audience is given the narrative of a group of students who conducted a satanic ritual in a rural Louisiana home in the 1980s, leading to one of the boys murdering the other four and then killing himself. In the present day, an older man is dispatched to inspect the long-abandoned house after his wife reports hearing weird noises emanating from it.

The Witch (2015)

Director: Robert Eggers

Writer: Robert Eggers

Cast: Ralph Ineson, Anya Taylor-Joy, Kate Dickie

IMDb Rating: 6.9/10

Due to disagreements in religious views, the farmer William and his family are expelled from the Puritan plantation administered by the church in New England in the seventeenth century. William, together with his wife Katherine, adolescent daughter Thomasin, son Caleb, and twins Mercy and Jonas, leave the location and live near the edge of a forest. But is his the beginning of their family’s terrible end?

Alien: Covenant (2017)

Director: Ridley Scott

Writer: Michael Green, John Logan

Cast: Billy Crudup, Michael Fassbender, Danny McBride

IMDb Rating: 6.4/10

In the introduction, corporate billionaire Peter Weyland converses with his freshly activated humanoid, who names himself “David” after seeing a duplicate of Michelangelo’s David monument. Weyland promises David that one day they would go on a joint quest for humanity’s founder. David makes a comparison between his own limitless lifetime and that of his creator.
As Above So Below (2014)

Director: John Erick Dowdle

Writer: Drew Dowdle, John Erick Dowdle

Cast: Ben Feldman, Perdita Weeks, Edwin Hodge

IMDb Rating: 6.2/10

Scarlett Marlowe and her squad are led further and further into the nine rings of hell (Limbo, Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Anger, Heresy, Violence, Fraud, and Treason as described by Dante’s Inferno) beneath the streets of Paris by seemingly helpful ghosts after discovering a riddle on Nicholas Flamel’s headstone. The gang finally finds a tomb loaded with riches (Greed) and the philosopher’s stone during their descent into the catacombs, but the room collapses.

Train To Busan (2016)

Director: Yeon Sang-ho

Writer: Park Joo-suk

Cast: Ma Dong-seok, Gong Yoo, Jung Yu-mi

IMDb Rating: 7.6/10

The train departs, and the adventure begins with the arrival of a lady who, upon first look, did not actually appear to be normal. She appears to be infected by the zombies since she has a bite wound on her leg. Soon this woman transforms into a zombie.  A passing female attendant notices her and attempts to assist her, but she is attacked as well.

Joshua Garner

Joshua calls himself nerd+geek who is also passionate about football. He enjoys comics, animes, and science fiction. He finds his comfort in writing about suspense, thrillers and science fiction shows and movies.

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