For your viewing displeasure
After partying it up with zombies and monsters, don’t call it a night just yet. Hang up your Halloween costume, and if you have kids, put them to bed. Then, curl up on your couch or bed, grab your favourite cushion to hide behind, and pull up one of these horror movies on your screens. Call us old-fashioned, but we think there’s nothing quite like watching a scary movie at night, in the quiet of your home, that really gets you into the spooky spirit. So we put together a mix of classic and contemporary scream-worthy movies, not for the faint of heart.
Photo: Universal Pictures
1. Get Out
Let’s begin with a movie that completely blown the scope of the horror genre wide open. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association created an uproar when they classified Jordan Peele’s directorial debut as a comedy for the Golden Globes. True, you’d be laughing out loud a lot, but through the shaky nerves that attack your gut and threaten to drag you down to the sunken place. If you’re looking for a flick that gets you screaming, laughing, and thinking, put on Get Out.