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10 Creepy Horror Movies That Will Haunt You Forever


A countdown of the scariest horror films ever made (that aren't The Exorcist).

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Date: September 17, 2022

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41 thoughts on “10 Creepy Horror Movies That Will Haunt You Forever

  1. Candyman Farewell to Flesh got me
    Lived in a huge house and was late at night. I used to play around with the urban legend, and years after finally first watching it.. scared the crap out of me.

  2. So glad that you included the original Granada television production of The Woman in Black from the 80s. I watched this when it was first shown on Christmas Eve. I must have been about 12 and had to sleep with the light on for about a week afterwards.

  3. 10. The Others
    9. When A Stranger Calls (original)
    8. Lake Mungo
    7. The Orphanage
    6. The Woman In Black (made for TV movie)
    5. Hell House LLC
    4. The Haunting (original)
    3. Jaws
    2. Whistle And I'll Come To You
    1. Black Christmas (original)

  4. Most of these movies haven't affected me because they weren't part of my childhood or teenage years.
    Two movies that terrified me were The Strangers and Sinister. I remember watching Sinister at work, my shift was over but it was raining too much so I decided to wait.
    As soon as I opened the door to leave, the hallway was pitch black and the lights weren't working because of the rain. I reached the elevator button very quick, came back inside and waited until it got to my floor. And then I ran. Fast. I was scared to death 😂

  5. John Carpenter's "The Thing", the thought of being trapped with a murderous being that can morphe into anything, or anyone…being tied up to furniture as they do blood tests to find out who is alien…all hell breaks loose, and your tied up!

  6. I had forgotten about Lake Mungo until you mentioned it. How you think this is a haunting film or found footage done right is beyond me. That movie had terrible pacing, no scares, and a weak story. It was both boring and bad.

  7. Man, I watched the Orphanage after watching this video, and to say it was haunting or even a horror movie is a huge stretch. Slow, boring drama. Not what I call a horror movie. Disappointed.

  8. Scream spoilers – specifically when the girl gets cut in half by the garage door. I was probably 8 or 9 when I watched the first 3 movies, and then of course that Halloween everyone had the Ghost Face mask!
    we had a little window by our front door and I remember so many of them peeping through at me…

  9. First horror movie I ever saw was American werewolf in London when i was about 7 and in bed watching sneaky TV whilst my parents thought I was asleep. To this day, I think the opening 20 mins of that movie are absolutely terrifying. The god dam sound it makes in the distance whilst they are on the fells always freaked me out.

  10. for me the most haunting moment is when John Cusack's character (on the movie 1408) at the end he is listening to some tapes and then he listens to the voice of his daughter and his ex-wife also listens to the tape. that moment is so haunting because from the beginning of the movie he was trying to find evidence of the afterlife just to be sure that his daughter is somewhere. and that ending gets to me every time.
    another movie that is haunting is the movie rent-a-pal. it is such a sad movie when you see and feel the loneliness and profound sadness of the main character. that is the first horror movie that instead of trying to be scary, it becomes sad.

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