Stay Out Of The Forest:

9 Spine-Chilling Wilderness Horror Movies

“Can you recommend some horror movies where people go hiking, mountain climbing, etc., and something/someone tries to kill them or they kill each other?”

Starring Liam Neeson, The Grey is a survival thriller about a group of workers from an Alaskan oil refinery head home on a plane when it crashes in the middle of the icy wilderness.

The Grey (2011)

After Sarah undergoes a traumatic loss, she and her friends decide to take a trip a year later. They choose North Carolina to explore some caverns and descend into the earth. But what they discover there threatens to end their trip early.

The Descent (2005)

This gruesome Australian survival horror film follows three backpackers traveling in the Australian outback who are targeted by a sadistic serial killer. They must run for their lives in order to hope for a chance of survival.

Wolf Creek (2005)

This famous found-footage horror film takes place in the forests of the Black Hills. Three student filmmakers trek into the woods to film a documentary about the Blair Witch — a local myth.

The Blair Witch Project (1999)

When a couple visits a remote lake house for a quick getaway, they're confronted by a group of young men who begin to make their lives a living hell. Can they escape the solitude of the wilderness and the threats that lurk within them?

Eden Lake (2008)

When a plane crashes in the Andes mountains, survivors are thrown into a brutal environment with little hope of survival. They must make unthinkable sacrifices to their humanity in order to stay alive.

Alive (1993)

When four long-time friends take a hiking trip in the deep forests of Scandinavia, they face a tension between each other when they take a wrong turn and soon discover that an unknown spirits stalks their every move.

The Ritual (2017)

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