Zombie movies are something that makes us feel the true self of horror. Such movies are examples of the dark side of cinema. We all crave those amazing and terrifying zombie movies that can make our adrenaline go up. So here’s the list of the top 10 zombie movies to horrify you and make you laugh.
Resident Evil Series
Raccoon City is depicted in the Anderson film series as a 21st-century cosmopolitan city with an infrastructure largely funded by the Umbrella Corporation. The first film features the Hive as a secret laboratory under the city. Housing more than 500 employees, the facility has artificial intelligence, the Red Queen, controlling its security. The theft and deliberate release of the T-virus starts the chain of events depicted in the opening of the first film.
Train to Busan
Train to Busan is a 2016 South Korean action horror film directed by Yeon Sang-ho and starring Gong Yoo, Jung Yu-mi, Ma Dong-Seok, Kim Su-an, Choi Woo-Shik, Ahn So-hee, and Kim Eui-sung. The film mostly takes place on a high-speed train from Seoul to Busan as a zombie apocalypse suddenly breaks out in the country and threatens the safety of the passengers.
I am legend
I Am Legend is a 2007 American post-apocalyptic action thriller film loosely based on the 1954 novel of the same name by Richard Matheson. It is set in New York City after a virus, which was originally created to cure cancer, has wiped out most of mankind, leaving Neville as the last human in New York, other than nocturnal mutants. Neville is immune to the virus, and he works to develop a cure while defending himself against the hostile mutants.
Zombieland is a 2009 American post-apocalyptic zombie comedy film directed by Ruben Fleischer in his theatrical debut and written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. The film stars Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin as survivors of a zombie apocalypse.
Zombieland Double Tap
Zombieland: Double Tap is a 2019 American post-apocalyptic zombie comedy film directed by Ruben Fleischer and written by Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, and David Callaham. A sequel to Zombieland (2009), it stars Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin, and Emma Stone reprising their roles from the first film, alongside new cast members, Rosario Dawson, Zoey Deutch, Avan Jogia, Luke Wilson, and Thomas Middleditch.
Go Goa Gone
Go Goa Gone is a 2013 Indian Hindi-language zombie apocalypse action comedy film directed by Raj and D.K. The film features Saif Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, Vir Das, Puja Gupta, and Anand Tiwari. It was released on 10 May 2013. Almost one-third of the film was shot in Mauritius.
28 days later
28 Days Later is a 2002 British post-apocalyptic horror drama film directed by Danny Boyle, written by Alex Garland, and starring Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Christopher Eccleston, Megan Burns, and Brendan Gleeson. The plot depicts the breakdown of society following the accidental release of a highly contagious virus and focuses upon the struggle of four survivors (Murphy, Harris, Burns, and Gleeson) to cope with the destruction of the life they once knew while evading those infected by the virus.
Shaun of the dead
Shaun of the Dead is a 2004 horror comedy film directed by Edgar Wright. The film was written by Wright and Simon Pegg, who stars in it as Shaun. Along with friend Ed, played by Nick Frost, Shaun is caught unaware by the zombie apocalypse; they attempt to take refuge in a local pub with their loved ones. The film co-stars Kate Ashfield, Lucy Davis, Dylan Moran, Bill Nighy, and Penelope Wilton.
Night of the Living Dead
Night of the Living Dead is a 1968 American independent horror film written, directed, photographed, and edited by George A. Romero, co-written by John Russo, and starring Duane Jones and Judith O’Dea. The story follows seven people who are trapped in a rural farmhouse in western Pennsylvania, which is under assault by an enlarging group of cannibalistic, undead ghouls.
Dawn of the dead
Dawn of the Dead is a 1978 horror film written, directed, and edited by George A. Romero, and produced by Richard P. Rubinstein. An American-Italian international co-production, it is the second film in Romero’s series of zombie films, and though it contains no characters or settings from the preceding film Night of the Living Dead (1968), it shows the larger-scale effects of a zombie apocalypse on society. In the film, a phenomenon of unidentified origin has caused the reanimation of the dead, who prey on human flesh.
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Top 10 Horror Movies To Shook You
Horror is one of the most important genres of the film industry. Without this awesome genre, it’ll be all raw and sober. We all crave that gut feeling of ours that can make our heart skip a beat and tell us to run from there. So here’s the list of the top 10 best horror movies that you can watch to scare yourself and your family and friends.
Run is a 2020 American psychological thriller film directed by Aneesh Chaganty and written by Chaganty and Sev Ohanian. The film stars Kiera Allen as a homeschooled teenager who begins to suspect her mother (Sarah Paulson) is keeping a dark secret from her.
Doctor Sleep is a 2019 American supernatural horror film written and directed by Mike Flanagan. It is based on the 2013 novel of the same name by Stephen King which is a sequel to King’s 1977 novel The Shining. The film, which also serves as a direct sequel to the 1980 film adaptation of The Shining, directed by Stanley Kubrick, is set several decades after the events of the original and combines elements of the 1977 novel as well. Ewan McGregor plays the lead role of Danny Torrance, a man with psychic abilities who struggles with childhood trauma.
The Grudge is a 2020 American supernatural horror film written and directed by Nicolas Pesce, and produced by Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, and Takashige Ichise. At first announced as a reboot of the 2004 American remake and the original 2002 Japanese horror film Ju-On: The Grudge.
It, retroactively known as It Chapter One, is a 2017 supernatural horror film based on Stephen King‘s 1986 novel of the same name. Produced by New Line Cinema, KatzSmith Productions, Lin Pictures, Vertigo Entertainment, and distributed by Warner Bros.
The Nun is a 2018 American gothic supernatural horror film directed by Corin Hardy and written by Gary Dauberman, from a story by Dauberman and James Wan. It is a spin-off/prequel of 2016’s The Conjuring 2 and the fifth installment in The Conjuring Universe franchise.
Don’t Breathe is a 2016 American horror–thriller film produced and directed by Fede Álvarez, co-produced by Sam Raimi and Robert Tapert, and co-written by Álvarez and Rodo Sayagues. The film stars Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto, and Stephen Lang, and focuses on three friends who get trapped inside a blind man’s house while breaking into it. The film was produced by Ghost House Pictures and Good Universe and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing.
A quiet place
A Quiet Place is a 2018 American horror film directed by John Krasinski and written by Bryan Woods, Scott Beck, and Krasinski. The plot revolves around a father (Krasinski) and a mother (Emily Blunt) who struggle to survive and raise their children (Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe) in a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by blind monsters with an acute sense of hearing.
Rings (known in Japan as The Ring: Rebirth and The Ring 3 in Latin America) is a 2017 American supernatural horror film directed by F. Javier Gutiérrez, written by David Loucka, Jacob Aaron Estes, and Akiva Goldsman and starring Matilda Lutz, Alex Roe, Johnny Galecki, Aimee Teegarden, Bonnie Morgan, and Vincent D’Onofrio. It is the third installment in The Ring series, following the previous installments The Ring (2002) and The Ring Two (2005), and is based on elements of Spiral by Kôji Suzuki.
Split is a 2016 American psychological horror-thriller film and the second installment in the Unbreakable trilogy written, directed, and produced by M. Night Shyamalan and starring James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Betty Buckley. The film follows a man with 24 different personalities who kidnaps and imprisons three teenage girls in an isolated underground facility.
Annabelle is a 2014 American supernatural horror film directed by John R. Leonetti, written by Gary Dauberman, and produced by Peter Safran and James Wan. It is a prequel to 2013’s The Conjuring and the second installment in The Conjuring Universe franchise. The film was inspired by a story of a doll named Annabelle told by Ed and Lorraine Warren. The film stars Annabelle Wallis, Ward Horton, and Alfre Woodard.
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Top 10 Depressing Movies Of All Time
A film has succeeded if it can make you squirm, cry, or threaten to throw up your lunch. Even if a film is on the opposite end of the violent continuum, the films on this list demonstrate that it can still be considered artsy or important. Through their extended, realistic scenes of intense brutality, anxiety-inducing edits, torture, and utter disregard for human life, the horrific movie sub-genre, in particular, offers a wholly different kind of escape. The horrific films on this list are likely to leave mental scars and trigger years of nightmares, but believe me when I say that some people enjoy them. If you want to know what we mean when we say the most horrific horror movies, look at this list, choose wisely, and have some comedies ready to watch.
Dancer In The Dark (2000)
This film strikes a perfect balance between dramatic and musical theatre. Bjork, an Icelandic female phenom, plays Selma, a mother and factory worker in rural America, and she gives a stellar score. A genetic illness causes her vision to deteriorate. She saves up the money for an operation to save his life, determined to save his eyesight. Selma’s life spirals out of reach when a trusted neighbour does the unthinkable. This is, in my opinion, one of director Von Trier’s most amazing directing achievements. At the 2000 Cannes Film Festival, Dancer In The Dark took home the Palme d’Or for best picture as well as the award for best female performance. It is, in my judgement, one of the most heartbreaking and tear-jerking cinematic achievements in history.
Most people’s nightmares are David Lynch’s dreams. I like how the filmmaker hasn’t yet heard anyone’s opinion about what this is really about. It’s about how, no matter how wonderful things are at times, life still manages to be both lasting and harsh. Human existence can be both compelling and contradictory at the same time. The visual themes are often distorted, as if man-made or manufactured. When you’ve seen it in one place, it all makes sense. If that’s possible, the cut Lynch originally showed would have made less sense. Based on his initial screenings, he went back in and trimmed the thing. It’s difficult for me to put my finger on something so fictitious.
Jane Alexander plays the mother of a family who survives a nuclear war. They aren’t near enough to ground zero to receive any blast effects, but the lingering radiation takes its toll quickly. The society they live in begins to work together to save energy, but even this effort is turned on its head when the people in their immediate vicinity begin to die and become ill. I think it is important to keep in mind that this is one of the films that those who now write all the dystopian futuristic novels that clutter the bookshelves were weaned on, and one can easily see where they got their dark ideas. This is not a pleasant story, but it is a tale of strength and dignity in the face of hopelessness that the whole family can watch, though it might be a good idea to wait until the very young have gone to bed, as there are some scenes that, while not violent or erotic, are quite disturbing.
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
After the release of his other classics like ‘Dr. Strangelove’ and ‘2001: A Space Odyssey,’ Stanley Kubrick was already a celebrity, but ‘A Clockwork Orange’ will go down in history as his most popular film, and for one reason and one reason only: it a depiction of gang violence inspired others to do the same. An assault on a Dutch girl occurred at one stage, during which the attackers chanted “Singin’ in the Rain.” Kubrick’s reputation was ruined, and he withdrew the film from British theatres. It was not released in the United Kingdom until July 4th, 2001. And the younger generation who saw it had a different reaction… Finally, it was deemed a masterpiece.
Jörg Buttgereit’s Schramm is a look into the mind of a serial killer. After the Nekromantik films, another gory splatter film could be anticipated (be it quality gore or cheesy effects). However, Schramm’s film is more of an art film than his previous splatter films. Don’t get me wrong, there are a few gore scenes in the film, but they are put into an art movie. Anyone who is willing to pay attention to a movie and try to find out what some of the photos mean will enjoy the film. You must also be able to handle the disturbing and gory scenes, but you could look away if necessary and it would certainly not detract from the overall experience.
A Serbian Film (2010)
It’s unquestionably serious, and it’s extremely distressing to watch. That’s why it’s so divisive, and why I can’t recommend it to the majority of people. However, if you’re a fan of intense horror, it’s one of those films that you should see simply because of its reputation. The real question is whether it’s shocking for the sake of being shocking, or whether there’s any deeper significance or artistic value behind it. And I believe there is, but I also believe the film’s reputation muddles the message.
The Pianist (2002)
This compelling Holocaust drama shines from beginning to end, with excellent writing, astute direction, and an Oscar-winning performance by Adrien Brody as pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman. It is based on Szpilman’s memoir of surviving the persecution of Poland’s Jews by the Nazis. It’s a tear-jerking horror and death storey as well as a hair-raising adventure storey about clinging to life. In September 1939, Szpilman is seen playing the piano in a radio studio as German bombs fall. The next ten minutes carry us through the next two years of increasing restrictions on Jews, eventually leading to their enslavement and transportation to concentration camps. It transports you to the centre of the plot. The action is fast-paced, and I found myself cheering for Szpilman throughout.
Sophie’s Choice (1982)
The plot is set during WWII, but the “meat” of the storey is told by flashbacks to the Holocaust. Sophie (played by Streep) is plagued by a constant sense of disappointment and deception as a Holocaust survivor. Given that she had no influence over her condition in the death camp, this is completely unjust, but it is nevertheless poignant.
One of the most disturbing parts of the movie is where it shows the children of Nazi officers running around, laughing & playing and doing what children do. That in itself is not surprising, but it’s the fact that they do these things right in the shadow of the death camp that creates a shocking juxtaposition.
Schindler’s List (1993)
Schindler’s List is almost impossible to review because it is such a strong, well-researched, and historically accurate tale.
Commenting on this splendid evocation – no, harrowing memory – of the Holocaust feels almost presumptuous. Did you know that Spielberg lost relatives at Auschwitz, that he felt compelled to make the film, and that he took no money in exchange for his brilliance? Schindler’s List launched Spielberg’s filmmaking in a new direction, one that was more intense, poignant, and timely. There are some factual inaccuracies, but it’s a tremendous accomplishment in a film to keep the plot going for three hours.
Brokeback Mountain (2005)
Strictly speaking, this is a film that is piercingly beautiful. I was hesitant to watch it at first, because a “gay cowboy” film, as it was dubbed by others, is not my cup of tea. But I was cajoled into ordering the film, and I was so moved that I added it to my small selection. The acting is excellent, the scenery is stunning, the plot is tragically realistic, and the music is lovely. The absence of love in relationships is discussed in all of its complexities, which is made all the more poignant by the intensity of love depicted in the relationship between the two male leads. The fact that Heath Ledger, a brilliant actor, is no longer with us is perhaps the greatest tragedy of this beautiful film; his depiction of a confused and love-stricken man was so sensitive and convincing that it made me yearn to see his movies again.
Top 10 Most Haunted Places On The Earth
Nothing beats a decent phantom story on Halloween, and our planet is crammed with them: UFO sightings in Transylvania, murders on extravagance voyage ships, and spirits meandering the corridors of British palaces. Regardless of where you’re voyaging, you’re certain to discover a type of frequented site, just as a phantom visit to oblige it. In any case, regardless of whether you’re not an enthusiast of paranormal exercises, the absolute spookiest areas are as yet worth your time, whether for their delightful design, stunning areas, or captivating accounts. Here, the 10 most spooky spots on the planet you’ll need to visit any day of the year—not simply on October 31.
MOUNDSVILLE PENITENTIARY, USA.
During its over 100 years inactivity, the Moundsville Penitentiary in West Virginia was one of America’s most brutal remedial offices and the last stop for just about 1,000 lawbreakers. The detainees lived in squeezed quarters, which prompted riots. Numerous men were hanged or executed in the hot seat, while others were killed by different detainees. The jail shut in 1995, however as indicated by a few, the tormented spirits are as yet in a correctional facility and the insides of the jail and might be seen or heard on a visit.
TRANS-ALLEGHENY LUNATIC ASYLUM, USA.
When known as the Weston State Hospital, this refuge was home to a great many individuals with dysfunctional behavior, beginning in 1864. Many individuals kicked the bucket here before the office shut in 1994. The spirits that are said to frequent the site today date back to the Civil War time, when the haven’s grounds filled in as a troop installation. Paranormal voyages through the office include 2-hour visits to the haven’s 4 principal problem areas. The more serious Ghost Hunt is an 8-hour, short-term paranormal experience with experienced phantom chasing guides.
VILLISCA AXE MURDER HOUSE, USA.
SAMMIE DEAN, USA.
Jerome, AZ, is a previous copper-mining town with a paranormal standing that traces all the way back to the Wild West. The town is currently home to only 400 occupants (down from 15,000 in its prime), yet supposedly there is bounty all the more spooky inhabitants from the times of mining mishaps and gunfights. One notable soul is the functioning young lady Sammie Dean, a prostitute who was choked by a client in the old Crib District. Her wonderful soul wanders the back streets searching for her executioner, who was rarely found.
CUBAN CLUB, USA.
Cuban Club, otherwise called Circulo Cubano de Tampa, can be found in Tampa’s Ybor City area. In 1917, this spot was a famous joint for Cuban settlers who delighted in the assembly hall, open-air bandshell, and saloon with a phase and dance floor. Today, the compound, which is ensured by the National Historic Register, has shows and uncommon occasions and is the setting for some phantom anecdotes about spirits playing the piano and riding the lifts.
FORT MIFFLIN, USA.
Built in 1771, Fort Mifflin is the country’s just Revolutionary War combat zone that is as yet flawless. There are 14 reestablished structures on the grounds on the Delaware River and purportedly a lot of spirits from an earlier time. Among the phantoms said to frequent the post is a shouting lady whose cries are uproarious to the point that the Philadelphia police have been called to examine, just to track down nobody there. Different characters in the neighborhood phantom stories incorporate an unremarkable man meandering around the fortress, a local escort wearing progressive clothing, and various kids and canines.
MOON RIVER BREWERY, USA.
The Moon River Brewery acquired its adored lagers to Savannah in 1999, however, the structure is one of the most established around, tracing all the way back to 1821. In its unique manifestation, it was the City Hotel, a top-of-the-line lodging with a background marked by savagery during the Civil War. Men were executed in the inn during warmed encounters, including a Yankee who was pounded into the ground by local people in 1860. Some bar supporters today say they’ve seen bottles strangely fly through the air and have seen visitors being pushed, contacted, and surprisingly slapped by concealed powers. One inhabitant phantom, Toby, is said to lurk around the pool room searching for the following extraordinary bar fight.
THE SULTAN’S PALACE, USA.
The house at 716 Dauphine St is an exemplary French Quarter magnificence with exemplary created iron galleries and an enormous patio. However, during the 1800s, this home was a place of revulsions for the Sultan, an affluent man with a debased way of life, various spouses and kids, and an array of mistresses of ladies and young men held without wanting to. Neighbors grumbled about the strange propensities for this man who inclined celebrating, opium and torment. Be that as it may, the best secret in the house was the Sultan’s death, when he was covered alive in the yard after his family and array of mistresses were hacked to pieces in a bloodbath by an obscure culprit. Today, his irate soul is believed to be answerable for the surprising clamors, noisy music and solid incense smells that drift from the home, just as unwanted advances on past female inhabitants who swear the Sultan is still up to his old stunts of grabbing female guests.
Château de Brissac, FRANCE.
Named as the ‘Giant of the Loire Valley’ this is the most noteworthy palace in France flaunting seven stories, 204 rooms, various representation displays, and a private show house that seats 200 individuals. It was a post worked by the Counts of Anjou in the eleventh Century and King Louis XIII came around in 1620.
The most dynamic is La Dame Verte, (Green Lady), who was evidently the ill-conceived offspring of King Charles VII and was subsequently killed by her better half in the château in the fifteenth century after he found her taking part in an extramarital entanglement. She is regularly found in the pinnacle room of the church, wearing her green dress, with expanding openings were her eyes and nose ought to be. At the point when not frightening visitors by her appearance, she can be heard groaning around the palace.
The château is mainstream in that has exceptional occasions, for example, a Christmas market and tastings of the very much respected wines, created from its own grape plantations. Visitors who are sufficiently daring to remain for the time being appreciate rooms luxuriously enriched with period furniture.
BHANGRA FORT, INDIA.
The remnants of a fortification city worked in the seventeenth century, Bhangarh Fort comprises of post dividers, bazaars, Havelis, imperial castles, and various sanctuaries, with three thousand stories you can investigate. However, don’t be tricked by the excellence of these remains as they are positioned as the most spooky fortification in India.
A wizard called Singhia and a princess called Ratnavati rejected his advances. Rumors from far and wide suggest that the captivated oil he trusted would make her affection him transformed into a stone when she discarded it – and it squashed him. Yet, not before he reviled the royal residence, sentencing the occupants to death, with no expectation of resurrection. Another story recommends a neighborhood plain reviled the fortification since its shadow overwhelmed his property. What’s more, clearly, on the off chance that anybody endeavors to construct a rooftop for the post, it will fall.
Bhangarh Fort is presently an archeological site, known as the ‘Place of Ghosts’. It is feasible to enlist a guide who can show you around the site and give you the subtleties of its spooky past. Make certain to visit in light as the stronghold is shut among dusk and dawn, with local people persuaded that any individual who goes through the night among the remains won’t ever be seen again.
Top 10 Haunted Places In India
Do you happen to be somebody who is drawn to the supernatural? While most people try their best to avoid an encounter with the paranormal, there are also a significant number of us who actively seek out the adrenaline rush of being surrounded by the mysterious unknown. And while the existence of ghosts and spirits has been debated for centuries, the conclusions we draw are solely from our own experiences.
The list of haunted places in India is a long one, each one associated with chilling history or folklore. They include everything from abandoned forts, deserted villages, closed mines, and spooky hotels to unlikely places such as courtrooms and schools. If you want to push the boundaries and seek out the supernatural, here are some of the scariest places in India that are must-visits by all means:
Bhangarh Fort, Rajasthan
Located in the Alwar region, the uninhabited town of Bhangarh is one of the eeriest places imaginable and is unanimously considered as one of India’s most haunted places. It is considered to be so dangerous that even the Archaeological Survey of India has legally prohibited anyone from entering the Bhangarh Fort after dark.
The legend goes that during the 16th century, a tantric named Singhia fell in love with Ratnavati, the beautiful princess of Bhangarh. And knowing it was a hopeless match, decided to use his magic to seduce her. However, the princess uncovered his plans and sentenced him to death. Before his death, enraged by the turn of events, he cursed the palace to doom and the town to be roofless and miserable forever. Nearby locals believe that anyone who goes into the fort after dark won’t make it back, so visit at your own peril.
Kuldhara Village, Rajasthan
Rajasthan sure does have the choicest selection of deserted ghostly villages and towns! The Kuldhara village is located near Jaisalmer and was originally inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins. The lore speaks of the sudden disappearance of all the villagers of Kuldhara as well as 83 other nearby villages in 1825 into thin air, leaving no trace of their whereabouts. It is said that the minister of state had fallen in love with a girl from the village and had threatened to impose huge taxes upon the entire village unless they married her to him. To protect the honor of the girl, the chief of Kulhara and surrounding areas abandoned their villages and cursed the land to remain unoccupied for eternity.
Dow Hill, Kurseong, West Bengal
The Victoria Boy’s High School and Dowhill Girl’s Boarding School in Kurseong, Darjeeling, are believed to be the residence of many spirits whose footsteps can be heard echoing through the hallways. There have been countless murdered bodies found in the wood surrounding the schools and several locals and tourists report being followed by a headless boy who then disappears into the woods.
Dumas Beach, Gujarat
On the Arabian sea coast, the black sands of Dumas Beach in Gujarat are associated with several mysteries over several years. The beach used to be a Hindu burial ground and many believe that the restless spirits call out to visitors taking midnight strolls and walking towards the sea to return to the shore. There have been reports that those who don’t heed the voices of the dead disappear into the waters forever. This beach is definitely not for the faint-hearted.
This tiny village with a population of 2500 has one of the most puzzling phenomena in the world, namely recurring mass bird suicides. For centuries now, local and migratory birds plummet to the ground in large numbers on moonless nights of September and October only in a specific area. This has baffled scientists who can’t find any reasonable justification for birds dropping dead from the sky in such a pattern and it is extremely disturbing, to say the least.
Lambi Dehar Mines
Once a fully operational lime mine employing thousands of workers, the Lambi Dehar Mines of Mussoorie are now abandoned and are considered to be one of the scariest places in India. Due to hazardous working conditions, the lack of safety regulations, and accidents, countless workers died in the mines and are now said to haunt the tunnels. Strange voices and screams coming from the mines are a regular occurrence here.
Agrasen ki Baoli, New Delhi
This intricately built ancient place in Delhi is an architectural masterpiece and is protected by the ASI. However, the locals believe it to be haunted by the ghosts and satanic demons who lurk in the shadows following visitors around. Tourists have complained about feeling an uncanny dread once they step inside.
Ramoji Film City
You may not know that one of the most famous film cities of India was built over the remains of dead soldiers of the Sultanate, whose restless souls haunt the film sets till today. Stuntmen get injured in freak accidents, lights go off suddenly, mirrors get marked and equipment is destroyed regularly. Women seem to be particularly susceptible and have had their clothes torn by invisible forces and gotten locked in rooms.
D’Souza Chawl, Mumbai
Even though this chawl is situated in a populated area in Mahim, Mumbai, the residents have reported ghost sightings of a lady who lurks around the area at night and vanishes without a trace once the sun is up. The locals believe she was an old lady who fell into a well while drawing water and drowned as no one heard her shrieks for help.
Bombay High Court
The lawyers working in the Bombay high court believe that one of the courtrooms is haunted by a vengeful tortured soul who restricts the entry of the accused into the courtroom in every murder trial. Reportedly this has been going on for almost three decades which is also best known as historical places in Mumbai.
These are just a few of the scariest and most haunted places in India and each of them has tragic and spine-chilling stories. They have become popular amongst those who are fascinated with ghosts and spirits. If you’re one of them, you know where to head to! However, do take all the necessary precautions in this regard.
Top 10 Scariest Horror Movies of all time
You can Watch here Some of the Scariest Horror Movies. What’s macabre that fascinates me? I’m not so confident. Perhaps it’s the dumb feeling that I get at my back just after watching a horrific horror movie, turn off the Screen, and remember I’m in a dark empty space – not something that can shield me if an alien crazy clown unexpectedly comes in the window. It’s like we’re children who love sleeping, telling each other horror stories, trying to frighten each other senseless.
And it’s, isn’t it? Being terrified is enjoyable, as long as we know that we are not really in danger. Here are some of the most frightening horror films to keep you awake at night. No need to thank me. No need to thank me.
28 Days Later
A science horror flick about mutated human beings, this film definitely makes a disturbing experience. A group of animal activists unleashes an incurable and similarly strong virus despite the pleas of the lead scientist at a research center in Britain – and as the virus progresses, the effects are deadly. The film starts 28 days later with a few survivors attempting to get into normal life, but it’s not all so straightforward as one might imagine. For civilization to survive a war must be waged against a host of homicidal maniacs!
A futuristic film that combines science fiction with horror, The Alien is a wonderful watch. The story is about the crew of a ship that will land on a planet during a rescue mission in the future. They discover an abandoned ship with no one on board. When looking for survivors in the wrecked ship proceeded, the crew discovered an alien shape that they had not encountered before. And … they have to flee from their position before these aliens hatch and prowl!
A horror film with a wonderful plot, The Shining will frighten you and keep you hooked up until the end. Jack Torrance, a depressed writer, is looking for a place where he can write comfortably, and thus move to the mountain surrounding Overlook Hotel with his spiritual son, Danny, and wife, Wendy. Once he has relaxed in his new home, Danny has a horrified quick vision, and Jack is almost locked into his studies. The drama gains steam as things unfold and Wendy gradually learns hidden truths surrounding Jack and Danny.
Game of Death (2006)
This movie of horror revolves around Pusit, a salesman who loses his job and then his car and mother. Immersed in massive debt, he is absolutely indiscriminate as to how to pay it. Then comes a mysterious call and happily or sadly he is invited to take part in a game show which could win him $100 million if 13 tasks are completed. The offer actually looks enticing and Pusit decides to play the game. The audience is also starting to enjoy itself; it only becomes apparent soon that the tasks become more dangerous and lethal.
Based on the masterpiece of Alfred Hitchcock, Psycho introduces a marvelous innovative horror template and set a new genre when it was published in 1960. The plot is about Marion Crane who steals her customer $40,000 to support Sam, her boyfriend. The following is a series of odd incidents, including the encounter between Jacques Marion and proprietor Norman Bates, and finally, we have the famous and frightening shower scene where the mother of Norman stabs Marion to death.
This supernatural thriller redefines the art of revenge and will definitely chill your mind. The film deals with Marnie, a woman accused of her violent husband’s death in self-defense. When she was released from prison under house arrest, Marnie thinks she lives with someone else in her home, still ready to attack her. Marnie’s nightmare comes back when she learns out her co-inhabitants is nothing but her dead husband who would do anything to take vengeance! she is strictly forced to stay in her house until the punishment is over.
The Ring is an offbeat thriller that features a disturbing videotape. A disturbing video is being handed over in a town in the Northwest Pacific, which creates a collection of eerie and unusual images. After the watch, a number of viewers are warned that they will die in one week’s time. A group of adolescents dies so suddenly that the aunt of one of the dead delves deeper into a devastating mystery.
A Nightmare on Elm Street
A Nightmare on Elm Street is bound to haunt you in your dreams, one of the best horror flicks! What happens when a dead killer stalks his victims in their dreams? You must watch this film to know the response and witness the horror. It feels like there is something wrong when Nancy Thompson starts having horrific dreams about a man with a razor’s glove chasing her, only to see that her friends have similar dreams. The child killer, Freddy Krueger, is back from the dead to terrorize his victims in their dreams!
Have you ever been to a haunted hotel for a night? Well, the answer is probably no and so you undoubtedly have to sit through this horror click. Applause for exhibiting strange phenomena, author Mike Enslin is feeling an unknown force by examining Room No. 1408 of the infamously haunted Hotel Dolphin. Expert to eradicate superstitious myths revolving around haunted houses, Mike gets the shock of his life as he encounters the facts of life in room 1408. Can Mike live to bring another bestseller to his readers? Ok, you have to watch this movie to know it.
A very famous flick of horror, The Exorcist brings you to the dark realm of possessions and struggles. If a 14-year-old girl has odd conduct, her mother calls a priest who is sure the girl is an exorcist. Many episodes and battles with a strong supernatural force follow until the exorcists can get the girl back in life with a final confrontation with a dark adversary from the past.
So I hope you have a lot of new films to watch as you look for something in the genre of horror. Beware that these films are not perfect for the first time (or dates in general) and they will most certainly hold you up throughout the night for the next few nights! Thank you for checking out my list of the top 10 scary horror movies ever.
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