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The scariest horror films ever made


The only ones I saw on the list are 10 9 6


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Mia Taylor 51 mins ago

Heart Racing Horrors

Halloween, like so many other cultural traditions, has been upended this year by the coronavirus pandemic. But even if we can't enjoy trick-or-treating or Halloween parties, we still have horror flicks — which is why Google searches for "horror films" are up 2,750%, the experts at GIGACalculator note in explaining what inspired their experiment: asking 150 people to watch 10 scary films for the first time while wearing a heart rate tracker. By monitoring their pulse and comparing heartbeats per minute against an average, they got a ranking of each movie's fright factor from least to most. Read on if you dare.


10. The Exorcist (1973)

9. The Conjuring 2 (2013)

8. It (2017)

7. Us (2019)

6. The Descent (2005)

5. A Quiet Place (2018)

4. Insidious (2010)

3. The Babadook (2014)

2. Saw (2004)

1. Hereditary (2018)

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Reply #1 posted 10/30/20 7:56am

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I'm not a horror movie fan anymore. As I get older, I can't watch shit like this. I will say that the Exorcist was very scary, but IT was not scary at all. The book was far scarier and much, much better. The Saw movies are just plain sick. The others on this list I haven't seen and likely never will.

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I'm not a horror movie fan anymore. As I get older, I can't watch shit like this. I will say that the Exorcist was very scary, but IT was not scary at all. The book was far scarier and much, much better. The Saw movies are just plain sick. The others on this list I haven't seen and likely never will.

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I'm not into gore or heavy horror/spiritual stuff. Exorcist was good and scary though(I think the time periods of certain movies especially 70s adds to the fright) I love the Halloween I and II movies

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Reply #3 posted 10/30/20 8:36am

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The original Wicker Man, Sinister, The Witch and the first Conjuring would make my list.


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Empress said:

I'm not a horror movie fan anymore. As I get older, I can't watch shit like this. I will say that the Exorcist was very scary, but IT was not scary at all. The book was far scarier and much, much better. The Saw movies are just plain sick. The others on this list I haven't seen and likely never will.

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I'm not into gore or heavy horror/spiritual stuff. Exorcist was good and scary though(I think the time periods of certain movies especially 70s adds to the fright) I love the Halloween I and II movies

Yes, I still watch the original Halloween movie from time to time. It really was the only "good" one of the series IMO.

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What happened to Salems Lot? Doesn't that one scene still creep out everybody?
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The Innocents (1961) is hands down the scariest movie I've ever seen. No blood or gore, this is pure psychological horror based on Henry James's novella "The Turn of the Screw." Creepy AF.

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The only ones I saw on the list are 10 9 6


http://www.msn.com/en-us/...p#image=11

Mia Taylor 51 mins ago

Heart Racing Horrors

Halloween, like so many other cultural traditions, has been upended this year by the coronavirus pandemic. But even if we can't enjoy trick-or-treating or Halloween parties, we still have horror flicks — which is why Google searches for "horror films" are up 2,750%, the experts at GIGACalculator note in explaining what inspired their experiment: asking 150 people to watch 10 scary films for the first time while wearing a heart rate tracker. By monitoring their pulse and comparing heartbeats per minute against an average, they got a ranking of each movie's fright factor from least to most. Read on if you dare.


10. The Exorcist (1973)

9. The Conjuring 2 (2013)

8. It (2017)

7. Us (2019)

6. The Descent (2005)

5. A Quiet Place (2018)

4. Insidious (2010)

3. The Babadook (2014)

2. Saw (2004)

1. Hereditary (2018)

Way too many 2000's movies on the list. Not saying they are not scary but they do rely a lot on CGI

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Reply #9 posted 10/30/20 3:03pm

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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

SW The Last Jedi

SW Rise of Skywalkah

Terminator Dark Fate

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Reply #10 posted 10/30/20 3:43pm

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My list in no real order

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Being raised independent Baptist, I was scared of anything with the two lightening bold SS (like in KISS's logo). Our church delved into telling the dangers of rock music and movies like The Exorcist. That sat with me for decades. I never saw it.

Around 1999 or so, The Version You've Never Seen was released on DVD. I figured, "if I'm going to watch it, may as well be this one." Gheezus God, it still scared me at 31 years old. For a moment, I almost felt guilty for watching it. Those old religious tropes still hanging on me a bit back then.

The scariest death scene, for me, was in a b-horror film Tourist Trap. There's a scene in there that still scares me.

Hereditary is an amazing horror film.

Midsomner - same.

Saw, Get Out are worthy, too. Both have horrifying elements. To be tied in a room with no way out, ever? Or to be in a mental room with no way out, ever.

I like The Conjuring series. Some are scarier than others.

Unpopular opinion: Halloween is boring. Not that scary, to me. I did like the Jamie Lee Curtis reboot/direct sequel a couple of years ago. I'm looking forward to the finale one in 2021.


Shawshank Redemption is very scary. "A prison break movie," you ask yourself? Yes. Imagine being locked up, raped, and abused for almost twenty years for something you didn't do. That, my friends, is scary as hell.


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Reply #12 posted 10/30/20 8:13pm

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some of my favorites....

The Conjuring
Insidious
Insidious Chapter 3
The Exorcist
Halloween
The Omen
Burnt Offerings
Carrie
The Amityville Horror (the 2005 remake)
Vacancy

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gonna watch a few scary movies tonight smile it’s s perfect night for it,lol
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OldFriends4Sale said:

Empress said:

I will say that the Exorcist was very scary

The Exorcist was good and scary

It's probably the scariest movie ever.It's also very provocative and controversial,because of the religious aspect.I sometimes have to psyche myself up to watch it biggrin

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Being raised independent Baptist, I was scared of anything with the two lightening bold SS (like in KISS's logo). Our church delved into telling the dangers of rock music and movies like The Exorcist. That sat with me for decades. I never saw it.

Around 1999 or so, The Version You've Never Seen was released on DVD. I figured, "if I'm going to watch it, may as well be this one." Gheezus God, it still scared me at 31 years old. For a moment, I almost felt guilty for watching it. Those old religious tropes still hanging on me a bit back then.

The scariest death scene, for me, was in a b-horror film Tourist Trap. There's a scene in there that still scares me.

Hereditary is an amazing horror film.

Midsomner - same.

Saw, Get Out are worthy, too. Both have horrifying elements. To be tied in a room with no way out, ever? Or to be in a mental room with no way out, ever.

I like The Conjuring series. Some are scarier than others.

Unpopular opinion: Halloween is boring. Not that scary, to me. I did like the Jamie Lee Curtis reboot/direct sequel a couple of years ago. I'm looking forward to the finale one in 2021.


Shawshank Redemption is very scary. "A prison break movie," you ask yourself? Yes. Imagine being locked up, raped, and abused for almost twenty years for something you didn't do. That, my friends, is scary as hell.


Well yeah (throw in being a hostage, slavery, POW, concentration camps) but I think we were going for supernatural/occult themes.

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Halloween [1978],A nightmare on elm street (1984),and Hellraiser [1987] are the scariest films I have seen.
I did watch the Exorcist a few years ago.It wasnt scary at all to me but it was a good film.
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TrivialPursuit said:

Shawshank Redemption is very scary. "A prison break movie," you ask yourself? Yes. Imagine being locked up, raped, and abused for almost twenty years for something you didn't do. That, my friends, is scary as hell.

Well yeah (throw in being a hostage, slavery, POW, concentration camps) but I think we were going for supernatural/occult themes.


Maybe. But it's still a scary movie.

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I watched The Babadook tonight. Had no expectations because I knew nothing about it. It was very scary, really well shot, the FX were purposely lo-fi, no gels or coloration used in the post-production (they were tedious about set paints, etc). I read that when Amelia was yelling at the boy, they used a stand-in as not to traumatize him or destroy any part of his childhood. She also didn't want it to be "particularly Australian" which was a cool take. They're clearly Australian, but nothing feel overly patriotic about it.

Anyhoo, I thought it was a very good horror film. There is a monster, but most of the scary bits are psychological, mental, emotional. The actress reminds me of Anne Heche, but better.

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1. The Blair Witch Project. It is what you don't see that is scary.

2. Exorcist. Taught a nation to fear hell.

3. Evil Dead 2. Funny scary. It is actually a hidden art film.

4. The Shining. Here's Johnny.

5. Night of the Living Dead. Classic, also deep political message.

6. Halloween, kinda overrated but still skury.

7. Carrie. Single best tracking shot in film history.

8. The Haunting. Classic.

9. Friday the 13th, sure it is cheesy, but Ms Vorhees was a surprising twist.

10. Race With the Devil. Cheesy 70s horror. Red necks are always scary,.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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1. The Blair Witch Project. It is what you don't see that is scary.

2. Exorcist. Taught a nation to fear hell.

3. Evil Dead 2. Funny scary. It is actually a hidden art film.

4. The Shining. Here's Johnny.

5. Night of the Living Dead. Classic, also deep political message.

6. Halloween, kinda overrated but still skury.

7. Carrie. Single best tracking shot in film history.

8. The Haunting. Classic.

9. Friday the 13th, sure it is cheesy, but Ms Vorhees was a surprising twist.

10. Race With the Devil. Cheesy 70s horror. Red necks are always scary,.

Nah Halloween 1 set the standard. The music was scary as hell. I'm glad you mention Friday the 13th (I don't think the first movie was cheesy, once they got to part 5 that's when it got cheesy, then very gimmicky, Jason goes to Manhattan, Jason in outer space). But the first one was in 1980, not to many slasher movies yet. The whole feel of the movie, being isolated out in the woods, the camp at night very spooky.

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SoulAlive said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

The Exorcist was good and scary

It's probably the scariest movie ever.It's also very provocative and controversial,because of the religious aspect.I sometimes have to psyche myself up to watch it biggrin

lol and that it is based on a real story. Same with Amitville? right?



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I mean the music & this image always gave me a sense of sadness and fright.
That image kinda representes the viewers of 'what are we about to walk into?'

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1. The Blair Witch Project. It is what you don't see that is scary.

2. Exorcist. Taught a nation to fear hell.

3. Evil Dead 2. Funny scary. It is actually a hidden art film.

4. The Shining. Here's Johnny.

5. Night of the Living Dead. Classic, also deep political message.

6. Halloween, kinda overrated but still skury.

7. Carrie. Single best tracking shot in film history.

8. The Haunting. Classic.

9. Friday the 13th, sure it is cheesy, but Ms Vorhees was a surprising twist.

10. Race With the Devil. Cheesy 70s horror. Red necks are always scary,.

1. I agree, mystery is the key factor for me in a horror movie. I prefer the term Fright Flick lol
Wasn't there a show in the 70 80s called Frightening Flickers?

2. Ha possibly. Based on a true story

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3. I don't remember if I've seen this one

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4. Yes, the silence is fear stricking. The angles and grandness of the hotel with all of it's past ghost fill that space and cause a sense of horror. I couldn't trust being in a place like that by myself

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5. Yes

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6. Never overrated. This is the classic stalker film. You don't actually see killing until near the end, in Halloween I. It's mostly stalking. Even making daylight feel unsafe. Halloween II is unleashed fright, but still with the mystery and stalking. I like how it picks right up from Halloween I, the same night same moments end.

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7. Carrie, yes another that freaks me out about that house. The real 'Boogie Man' was the mother. I felt sorry for Carrie. "Dirty Pillows"

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8. hmmmm I must have

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9. Friday the 13th 1 and 2 are straight up stalker fright films. I did a lot of camping and the possibilities are too real. After 2 it just turned into a joke(like Nightmare on Elm Street)

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10. Never saw that one

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11. Escape From New York, has the feeling of being a horror movie. Suspense and danger on every hand

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12. the FOG horror classic

movies from the 70s produced the best horror.

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"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." --Plato
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2freaky4church1 said:

6. Halloween, kinda overrated but still skury.

Nah Halloween 1 set the standard. The music was scary as hell.


Interesting mention. I was talking to a friend and moviebuff over the weekend. We talked about horror films. I said how I thought Halloween was relatively boring, to me. She said, "it was the music that saved the movie. The music is scary as hell."

A similar mention was made about The Exorcist's music really added something to the movie. We did agree that it was a far more scarier movie. Also, "Tubular Bells" at the end of The Exorcist, not the beginning, is what added the horror to it. In the Director's Extended Cut (also "The Version You've Never Seen"), the detective and the newer priest engage a bit, talking about movies or whatever, and eventually go get lunch together. It could've just ended there with a sigh of relief.

But then that fucking song comes in, and there's a feeling that everything we just saw could very well happen again to another poor child. That really seals the deal, that these two men are off to their lives as new friends, Regan and her mother are off to a new home. Everything is fine... until that goddamn music starts.

And even in the theatrical cut, it's sinister. You never hear that music until the end of the movie. The movie is almost a typical drama unfolding in the beginning, because no music sets up a sinister tone.

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SoulAlive said:

It's probably the scariest movie ever. It's also very provocative and controversial, because of the religious aspect. I sometimes have to psyche myself up to watch it biggrin

lol and that it is based on a real story. Same with Amitville? right?


Yeah, it was a boy in the 1940s. I think the director said they incorporated a lot of what was reported into The Exorcist, although there are conflicting stories about the 360º head turn.

Amityville was based on a real story, too. But here's what's interesting. The Conjuring connects to that. At the end of the movie, they get a new case and it's clearly a nod to Amityville. It's easier to just read up on Wikipedia or IMDB about it and how a lot of The Conjuring movies (not all, just parts) were based on this couple, and how Amityville Horror plays into it.

Someone should write a book on all that and connect all the dots. It's fascinating.

And SoulAlive is right about The Exorcist being controversial and provocative. This was still a very conservative time in the U.S. despite Woodstock and hippies and peace and love. The right was still pushing back on the nuclear family model. People were running out of theaters terrorized by what they saw in the film. We are used to that shit now, but back then, it really was so ahead of its time. People can sit now and think "it's not that scary." Well no, you've seen Freddy, Michael, Jason, and fucking gremlins terrorize the world. It's not that scary in that filter. But in 1973 or whatever? It was very scary. I was five years old and I was hearing about how utterly terrifying it was to see. Of course, at five, you have zero hopes of getting into a theater to see something like that. Some theaters had ambulances on standby because of the crowd's possible reaction. Folks stood in the rain to see it, and some regretted their decision.

I love that film can provoke such a response at any point in history. But this was truly a moment to consider and think about. It speaks to so much about society, its expectations, its status quo, and folks who sought to challenge that, even in a book or a movie.

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OldFriends4Sale said:

lol and that it is based on a real story. Same with Amitville? right?


Yeah, it was a boy in the 1940s. I think the director said they incorporated a lot of what was reported into The Exorcist, although there are conflicting stories about the 360º head turn.

Amityville was based on a real story, too. But here's what's interesting. The Conjuring connects to that. At the end of the movie, they get a new case and it's clearly a nod to Amityville. It's easier to just read up on Wikipedia or IMDB about it and how a lot of The Conjuring movies (not all, just parts) were based on this couple, and how Amityville Horror plays into it.

Someone should write a book on all that and connect all the dots. It's fascinating.

And SoulAlive is right about The Exorcist being controversial and provocative. This was still a very conservative time in the U.S. despite Woodstock and hippies and peace and love. The right was still pushing back on the nuclear family model. People were running out of theaters terrorized by what they saw in the film. We are used to that shit now, but back then, it really was so ahead of its time. People can sit now and think "it's not that scary." Well no, you've seen Freddy, Michael, Jason, and fucking gremlins terrorize the world. It's not that scary in that filter. But in 1973 or whatever? It was very scary. I was five years old and I was hearing about how utterly terrifying it was to see. Of course, at five, you have zero hopes of getting into a theater to see something like that. Some theaters had ambulances on standby because of the crowd's possible reaction. Folks stood in the rain to see it, and some regretted their decision.

I love that film can provoke such a response at any point in history. But this was truly a moment to consider and think about. It speaks to so much about society, its expectations, its status quo, and folks who sought to challenge that, even in a book or a movie.

Cool, thanks for sharing. I will get some people together and watch Conjuring.

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I think there is a 'loss of innocence' when it takes more and more to make people feel something.
I love when people gave/give raw emotional reactions. That's a great summary of the times TrivialP. I remember it, I remember seeing Alien by mistake.(Back when you could get dropped off at a movie theater to see Star Wars(A New Hope) and see the next flick (Alien) by mistake. The horror of being 7 yrs old and thing creature stalking people. I had to put my feet up in the chair because I just knew the alien was going to snatch me from underneath. It was traumatic lol

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I still remember the buzz about Halloween. I couldn't go see it back then. But sitting in a room at night with some people who did as the retold in their words the movie, was like I saw it. I had a cousin Garrett who was older. He had horn rimmed glasses. He took over the attic of his parent home.. Getting to his space was a straight up walk of stares like by longer that the ones in the Exorcist movie lol. I remember our family going over to visit and we ascend the stares to Garretts darkened room with light only from the street light. We could see him until we looked further to the right and there he was in a white sheet with holes and his horn rimmed glasses. LOL I suprised we did break limbs getting down those stares lol I hate him


.The Exorcist feels like you can feel/smell what it's like being in that room/house/standing outside the house. So gritty. Like being able to feel the dark. Yes it really was ahead of it's time. And that people can make music that feels dark/sinister/evil etc I love it

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What defines Horror is definately not about seeing blood and gore.
This movie was like a stalker movie or a dr Jekyl mr Hyde horror

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