6 Horror Films That Are Actually Scary (VOL.5)

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It's Halloween season, and time for another spooky volume of 6 Horror Films That Are Actually Scary. Which horror movies scared you? Comment below, and check out the other volumes in this series.

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The Autopsy of Jane Doe 0:56
Annabelle Creation 2:28
Toe 4:09
The Grudge (2004) 5:13
The Ring 6:42
Alone (2007) 8:06

Honorable Mentions: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, Grave Encounters, Possessor, Drag me to Hell, The Ruins

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28 thoughts on “6 Horror Films That Are Actually Scary (VOL.5)

  1. The first Hell House is great, after that they fell off, the old man owner killed it. Pet Cemetery creeped my out too. There was a Spanish movie named Andrea that was horrifying but the end was corny, but still a scary movie.

  2. Just came across your channel so not sure if you’ve mentioned Hereditary? I don’t scare easily but this movie was pretty disturbing in a good horror movie way!

  3. I really thought your list would suck, because your dismissal of The Lodge, but you actually surprised me with a good list.

  4. Perfume is a phenomenal movie. It's the kind of horror that gets under your skin. No cheap thrills, no flashy SFX – just a bunch of stellar performances and of course, an excellent script!

  5. The Autopsy of Jane Doe totally fell apart in the third act, it was so great and then became way to over the top and her "powers" ill defined. I can't help but think they had a did ending but it got cut because of the studio or budget.

  6. I dont agree much with dis collection. It may b ur best scary movies from ur POV, bt for me its just a fun to watch movies. Bt not a jumpscare movie at all.

  7. Drag me to Hell had my wife and I laughing at how stupid people acted and the horror/ action sequences. It was more like watching Evil Dead 2 than an actual horror movie.
    The Ruins wasn't that scary, just horrific. Especially that amputation scene.
    I've never heard of Toe, but it looks interesting .

  8. To kids every horror movie is scary but those same movies aren't as scary for adults. The exorcist on the other hand terrifies you to the very core of your being.


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