Experience Pure Horror with These 12 Bone-Chilling Movies

Have you ever wanted to watch something that terrified you to the core? You're not alone.

Recently a Redditor posted, “Let me have it. I want to spoil my pants in a fetal position as I meekly weep for my mother, slowly rocking back and forth until the sun comes up. You heard me!” Here are the top-voted responses from the Internet. Are you ready?

Mimiswift013 posted, “Midsommar – bro, by the end of this movie, I was in a state of terrified confusion. It was so freaky but also very melancholy. To this day, my brain is consistently fascinated and wants to understand- but I cannot sit thru all that again.” 

Midsommar (2019)

Wraith1964 said, “Loved the Thirteen Ghost remake- critically, it is not a great movie, but it is a fun, scary movie with a cool aesthetic and nice jump scares. In special features, they give you the backstories of all the ghosts. And the lawyer, hehe.” 

Thirteen Ghosts (2001)

SaulGudbro posted, “Go into it blind. Please do not read anything about it. I did that, and it freaked me out and stuck with me for a long time.” Mcameron53 said, “That film is so disturbing and strange. I loved it.”

The Vanishing (1988)

Mustainsally posted, “YES! That one scene, and you KNOW which scene I mean, stayed with me for MONTHS when I was a kid, and it still makes me wince thirty years later!” One Redditor remembers, “There was a scene that made it hard to sleep as a child.” 

Fire in the Sky (1993)

ImpactNext1283 said, “Spelunking is terrifying!” Mastrkief posted, “Huge horror movie fan. But I couldn't finish it. It made me too anxious, nervous, uncomfortable, and terrified. I must give it another go, but I haven't found the courage.”

The Descent (2005)

Pattywagon95 said, “I'll always suggest Sinister, the music is made very well in the creepiest way possible, and the sheer shock factor will hang with you for a while.”

Sinister (2012)

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