If you like scary horror movies? Then you’ve come to the right place. These films are undeniably appropriate for late-night viewing. Here are our picks of the scariest horror movies ever made.
Here are the top 10 scariest horror movies of all time
Six friends arrange a zoom call with a séance practitioner in the hopes of experiencing something supernatural during the Covid-19 lockdown. Unfortunately for them, things do not go as planned, and what begins as a harmless paranormal experience soon becomes something far more sinister.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
Sally, Franklin, and their three friends are on their way to find Sally’s grandfather’s grave. They land on the doorsteps of sin personified, armed with a chainsaw, after their van runs out of gas.
The Exorcist (1973)
Lankester Merrin, a Catholic priest, takes part in an archaeological dig in northern Iraq, where he discovers a medallion of Saint Joseph and an artifact depicting Pazuzu, an ancient demon. Merrin is preparing to leave Iraq when he comes across a large statue of Pazuzu and two dogs fighting in the desert.
Steven and Diane Freeling live in Cuesta Verde, a planned community in California. Steven is a successful real estate agent, and Diane cares for their three children: Dana, eight years old, Robbie, and Carol Anne, five years old. Carol Anne inexplicably converses with the family’s television set late one night while it displays post-broadcast static.
True crime author Ellison Oswalt moves into a residence in the made-up town of Chatford, Pennsylvania. With his wife Tracy, their 12-year-old son Trevor, and their 7-year-old daughter Ashley, Ellison, unbeknownst to his wife and children, has relocated them into the house where the Stevenson family was hanged to death.
Josh and Renai Lambert, their sons Dalton and Foster, and their infant daughter Cali, have recently relocated to a new home. Dalton sneaks away one evening to explore the attic, where he encounters a terrifying entity and falls from a step stool. He falls into a coma the next day for no apparent reason.
The Conjuring (2013)
Roger and Carolyn Perron moved their five daughters, Andrea, Nancy, Christine, Cindy, and April, into a farmhouse in Harrisville, Rhode Island, in 1971. Sadie, their dog, refuses to enter the house, and the cellar entrance has been boarded up. The first few nights are filled with paranormal activity. At 3:07 a.m., every clock in the house stops. Carolyn wakes up with large bruises after Sadie is discovered dead in the morning.
The Descent (2005)
“The Descent” is a 2005 horror-thriller about an adventuresome and daring group of girlfriends who get more than they bargained for after spelunking into a cave system. They are ambushed by a killer underground horde that hunts them down one at a time.
High school student Casey Becker is home alone when she receives a phone call from an unknown person, during which they discuss horror films. The caller becomes savage, refusing to let Casey be alone and threatening to kill her. He discloses that her boyfriend Steve is restrained and muzzled outdoors on her patio and asks that she respond to questions on horror movies in order to save him. Steve is murdered in front of Casey when she gives the wrong response to a question concerning Friday the 13th.
The Blair Witch Project (1999)
The Blair Witch Project was about three young filmmakers who got lost in the woods, so to keep them from getting lost, the actors were given walkie-talkies to keep in touch. You’d think this would have helped, but they still got lost three times while filming.
Scream (1996) | Surprise, Sidney! Scene
The Blair Witch Project was the scariest horror film ever made in 1999, and everyone believes the tape is genuine. They fooled everyone into believing the movie was real and they succeeded.