LIST OF 80 CREEPY THRILLERS TO WATCH FOR HALLOWEEN. FRIGHTFUL MOVIES FOR THRILLS, CHILLS & SQUEALS. Take a look at our list of 80 different thrillers, mysteries, and horror films
with pumpkin ratings:1-5 Happy Halloween!

  1. Phantasm: a 1979 β€œhorror flick” with a backdrop of a creepy mortuary, spherical flying weapons and a strange cast of characters who use the dead as slaves. Two brothers investigate further along with their ice cream truck-driving friend, but do they fall victim to the other dimension? A cult classic and it arguably set the tone for many other horror films, but I like being scared. This one was more comical to me.. πŸŽƒ 
  2. Ma: I love the idea of Octavia Spencer being the protagonist of this psychological horror film. Made in 2019, the story is timeless and circles around a group of teenagers who are befriended by a middle-aged woman they refer to as β€œMa”. Ma has a chill basement to relax from the restrictions of helicopter parents, but will they make it out alive? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  3. Rambo: Last Blood: While not classified as a horror movie, this is without a doubt one of the goriest movies I have seen since Re-Animator. Rambo travels to Mexico to save his family member from the cartel and is quickly beaten up. He retreats back to his home and sets forth a plan to avenge the kidnapping of his family member. Under his ranch is an elaborate maze of tunnels that he has filled with traps, bombs, and other fantastic toys, perfect for maiming unsuspecting raiders. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  4. The Shining: An abused, alcoholic man and his frail, soft-spoken wife along with their small son, Danny, who has a penchant for big wheels are spending the winter all alone in the Overlook Hotel. Jack has sustained a job as the winter caretaker of the property and the location is very remote in the mountains. What he wasn’t told before taking the position was that many folks have met their demise in different locations in the hotel. The Overlook is a malevolent force that wishes to add more victims into the folds of the old building. Danny has a gift that the cook that’s leaving for the winter tells him is called β€œthe Shine” and that the cook has it too. Danny can see things, bad things. Foreshadows of what’s to come. He’s too little to read, but keeps seeing the image REDRUM and he sees things in room 237 that will burn your eyes and forever sear your memories. We get to watch Jack lose his mind and try to destroy his family in the process by any means necessary so he can live immortally at the Overlook Hotel. Of course, this is one of my favorite films, so I am biased in my rating. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  5. Dr Sleep: 31 years later after Danny Torrance experienced The Overlook Hotel trying to take his β€œshine”, he now has hit rock bottom. He starts receiving telepathic messages from a little girl who also possesses the Shine and is in grave danger from psychic vampires of the cult True Knot. Led by an unlikely villain, Rose Hat, the cult seeks out the ones who shine and steals their β€œsteam”. Danny and the young girl retreat to the Overlook to try to raise the evil entities and spirits there to help destroy Rose Hat. Fight fire with fire? I am too in love with the movie The Shining to like this one very much. I mean Danny being played by someone other than Danny Lloyd just doesn’t seem right to me. Also, the editing wasn’t the best and I noticed many errors in the movie which annoy the F out of me. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  6. Christine: We are on a Stephen King kick here with 4 & 5, so let’s keep going with Christine. To me this is a cult classic and has everything that a good horror movie should have. Angst ridden teenagers, loud music, a haunted classic car and story that keeps going. A dorky teenager named Arnie, with strict parents falls in love with a 1958 Plymouth Fury and all the fun begins. Arnie isn’t allowed to have the ugly fixer-upper on his parent’s property so he solicits work at a garage in exchange for room and board for Christine. The car is apparently self-repairing, and has a jealous streak. Arnie sheds his old self and morphs into a self-confident young man who is obsessed with his car. His car helps him seek revenge upon many of his tormentors. Yay car! But then things turn ugly when his best friend and girlfriend get involved to try and save Arnie from Christine’s psychological pull on him. Bonus points: it’s a John Carpenter film. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  7. The Sixth Sense: I had never seen this movie before this year, which may be hard to believe. From the start, I knew nothing of this movie and yet I predicted every step of the way. A young child tells his psychologist that he sees dead people and that they’re everywhere. He continues seeking counseling regarding the issue all the while the counselor is going through his own relationship issues at home with his wife and their lack of communication. Will they help each other with their problems? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  8. I See You: A crime thriller where a nice suburban family is plagued with inexplicable events and a scary mask is found under a bed. A child has gone missing at this same time, so everyone is trying to piece together if this is connected. Helen Hunt stars in the movie. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  9. The Sentinel: The movie is from 1977 and stars many big names including one of my favorites, Jeff Goldblum, albeit in a small role. The movie centers around a beautiful model who is dating a character played by Chris Sarandon. She wants to move out and get some space before they get too serious. She finds an unbelievable deal on a gorgeously furnished apartment. She notices a man in the upstairs window, and the land lady tells her, don’t worry he’s just the blind priest who lives upstairs two flights- no big deal…Yeah right. Lots of disturbing scenes in this movie, crazy neighbors, supernatural entities, Hell gates, creepy churches and tons of secrets. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  10. The Autopsy of Jane Doe: Aesthetically creepy horror movie with all the science backdrop, stainless steel and morgue drawers that the viewer can handle. Oh, and not to mention the body of Jane Doe who is up on the table ready for her close up. And close up we see a lot. She has been brought in after being dug up in a basement by the police and they need information on her death ASAP, so the fun autopsy must begin right away. Lights flicker as they cut into her and the coroner and his son realize that they have opened up more than just a body with that slice. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  11. Backcountry: A boyfriend takes his girlfriend on a back country camping trip and once they arrive, he hides her phone in the car. They hike and camp overnight in the deep woods where they meet a tour guide who seems to have an attraction to the young lady. He’s also giving off territorial vibes to the couple and they are glad when he finally leaves. Odd things start happening along their week-long camping trip and it leads to them getting lost and having to set up camp somewhere unfamiliar. They are being stalked, but by whom or what? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  12. I Know What You Did Last Summer: Based on the book by Lois Duncan, the movie stays right in line with the novel. On July 4, four intoxicated friends hit a man while driving out on an isolated shoreline and fearfully dump him into the sea. Thinking he’s dead, they swear to not tell anyone their secret. A year passes and they have grown apart, but they are all now back in Southport for the summer. One by one they are each reminded that someone knows what they did last summer…πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  13. I Still Know What You Did Last Summer: Survivors from the previous movie win an all-expense paid trip to a tropical paradise. Once they arrive, they are told it is the rainy season and there aren’t many visitors or employees there. They make the best of the situation until someone starts stalking their group, and there is no one there to help. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  14. The Perfect Stranger: Psychological thriller starring Halle Berry and Bruce Willis. A journalist is great at cracking scandalous stories, but will she be able to find who killed her friend who had given her a lead on another story shortly before dying. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  15. Pacific Heights: A thriller/nightmare with Michael Keaton starring as the tenant renting from a young couple, played by Meg Ryan and Matthew Modine. Sounds innocent enough except for the fact that he just won’t be a good boy. What is he doing in that apartment? Why won’t he leave? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  16. 420 Massacre: A pot induced birthday camping trip with five girlfriends, an endless cooler full of wine, and a desolate camping spot far from civilization. (Just the way any woman wants to spend her bday) Anyway, this movie is exactly what I thought it would be a class act B slasher movie. Perfect equation: silly backstory plus group of girls plus dope equals horrific hijinks. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  17. Fright Night: 1985 version. A teenage boy tries to convince his mother, his girlfriend, his best friend, the police and even his favorite television host that his neighbor is in fact a vampire. Of course, no one believes him, but the neighbor, (again played by Chris Sarandon) takes note of this and starts getting close to those around him. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  18. The Intruder: A young couple buy a beautiful property from a man who apparently refuses to let it go. A psychological thriller that reminds me of my own situation when the previous owner kept visiting for one thing or another and texting. It can be nightmarish and this definitely played upon my fears from experience with it. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  19. House on Haunted Hill: 1958 camp movie starring Vincent Price. Let’s be honest, this was the only reason I watched. He plays an eccentric millionaire who has invited 5 apparent strangers to stay at a notoriously haunted house for the night. If they survive until morning, they will be rewarded with 10,000 dollars. β€œIf” being the operative word. Bonus points for the vat of acid in the basement. πŸŽƒ 
  20. Witches in the Woods: A group of college friends on their way to a snowboarding trip get stuck in the snow and lost in the woods near historic witch hunt grounds and one by one they travel out into the snow to find their missing mates. πŸŽƒ 
  21. Blackrock: Three childhood girlfriends meet up on an isolated island to relive their youth and bring them closer now in adulthood. While camping on the island, they have an encounter with three men who are easily angered and armed. The women are being hunted and will need strength from each other if they want to survive. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  22. The Craft: A teenager moves into a new town and finds a group of outcasts who allow her to see her hidden witch powers. Soon they are practicing levitation and spell casting on their enemies…When the spells start to show signs of working, they each get super confident but it all comes crashing down all too soon, and they meet up for one more encounter to draw power. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  23. Captive: Ryan Reynolds stars as a dad riddled with guilt that his young ice-skating daughter disappeared while in his care. Unbeknownst to him, she has been held captive for ten years in a basement. She is allowed to speak to him briefly, but cannot disclose her whereabouts. He sets out with the help of police detectives and his ex-wife to find his daughter. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  24. The Vanished: A couple RVing on Thanksgiving pull into a desolate RV park near a lake that is ran by a man with a not-so-nice demeanor. While there, their daughter is seemingly missing, so they call the police who set up a search. The mother played by Anne Heche is feeling aggravated with the police and she conducts her own searches of the neighboring RV, campsites and even the owner’s lair. What she finds is disturbing on many levels. A classic whodunit that keeps you guessing until the end. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  25. The Lady Vanishes: (1938) A classic Hitchcock film set across the pond with a train trip as the setting. A young lady meets an elderly woman on the train who assists her after she was hit on the head. The young lady meets other folks along the way including a brain surgeon, two baseball fanatics, a magician and a musician. All the passengers deny seeing the elderly woman but the musician agrees to help her search the train for her mysterious friend. Could it be a product of her imagination or something more sinister? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  26. Identity: Starring John Cusack and Ray Liotta. Ten strangers come together after a flood isolates them at a roadside motel. Ray Liotta is bringing a prisoner to the motel and he soon escapes. After his escape, guests start disappearing, so they all stay together in the lobby with the caretaker who admits to some miscreant behaviors. How many of the 10 will survive? And why do they all share a birthday? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  27. Deliverance: Could be one of the top five hardest movies to watch I’ve ever seen. I watched the unedited version (not the one played on tv). Four city buddies decide to canoe the river on a nice weekend before it’s dammed up and becomes lakes in backwoods Georgia. Stellar cast led by Jon Voight, they stumble upon some unwelcoming β€œhicks” and pay them to deliver their cars to the end of the river. While along the river, the currents get rough and the crew get separated and that’s when the hard scenes come into play. They are met with the thought they might not survive the woods and the inhabitants while being armed with only a bow and arrow. A rape, a murder, a suicide, a rescue and a coverup. Bonus points: Casting the banjo picking kid who scared me more than anything… πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  28. Ready or Not: A young bride must participate in her new in-laws’ eccentric game night. Little does she know the game is for her life. Imagine playing hide and seek when your life depends upon it. Each family member is armed to take her down, but her new husband doesn’t want to harm her (or does he). This is a horror-comedy and there are a lot of moments that are pretty hilarious including her ripping her wedding gown so she could run faster in her Chucks. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  29. The Stepfather: (2009) Loosely based on the crimes of killer John List, this movie shows a man moving out of a house that is littered with dead bodies. He soon charms his way into marriage with a woman who has several children who seem to think this guy is bad news. Mom doesn’t want to believe their concerns even when the neighbor who warned her is killed. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  30. Birdbox: Sandra Bullock stars in this horror film about a woman with kids, Girl and Boy, who needs to make it down river to a safe place. She brings along their pet birds in a box.  Only problem is they all have to be blindfolded as to not make eye-contact with the supernatural entity that makes you lose your mind and off yourself. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  31. The Breakdown: A very random Kurt Russell film. This thriller starts out innocently enough with a young couple driving in their new car from Massachusetts to California. Somewhere after getting gas in the behemoth desert (whilst being watched), their car breaks down. An overtly friendly truck driver stops to help. The pair agree that one of them go and the other stay behind with the expensive car. But the one who stayed behind is now missing, and the locals are of little help. Someone named Red Barr is demanding cash for exchange of the missing person. It’s a thrill ride to see if they will reunite and make it out alive from the odd group surrounding Red. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  32. Children of the Corn-. Small children chanting is scary in and of itself, but somehow Malachi wandering out of a corn field with knife in hand with his disheveled ginger hair and mouth agape is the scariest part. 
  33. The Good Son-Which cute little creepy kid will the daft adults believe? And what kind of treehouse is that, and who is Mr. Highway?  An accident near a cliffside leaves us hanging about which kid the mom will save…πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  34. The VVITCH-When Black Phillip speaks-heathen children listen. Act 1, Scene 1=cringeworthy. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  35. Bram Stoker’s Dracula-If smoke filled cemetery scenes are your thing, then this is your movie. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  36. Scream-You will never look at a garage door the same. And admit it, you had a ghost face mask in the 90s (and it’s probably still in your storage bin). πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  37. Shaun of the Dead-A zombie story of love and friendship set across the pond. Will they survive? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  38. Transylvania 6-5000-Journalism exposing the misunderstood lives of β€œmonsters”. Plus, Jeff Goldblum. 
  39. Boo! 2 A Madea Halloween– Halloween frat party at Lake Derrick-what could go wrong?-watching this movie! πŸŽƒ 
  40. Hocus Pocus– A virgin lights a candle and drudges up 30 decades worth of drama and magic with the Sanderson sisters. β€œSlither about”. 
  41. The Ritual-Ah a tale of 4 friends who go hiking in an ancient Swedish forest to find spiritual enlightenment but end up with nightmares, dangerous terrain, carcasses in the trees, Pagan hillbillies and one axe…Will all 4 make it out??? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  42.  Young Frankenstein-Comedic genius if you like campy-over-the-top parodies-then this one is a gem. Another case of a β€œmisunderstood monster” in his quest for love. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  43. Intruders-A twist on a would-be home invasion. Guys break in to rob a young woman’s home not anticipating her compulsion. Do they make it out?? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  44. Practical Magic-Death watch beetles, PTA groups and midnight margaritas. What did you say was buried under the rose bush? Oh, just an old abusive boyfriend. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  45. The Fly-Tele pods disintegrating humans in one pod and reintegrating them into another. What happens if a fly is in one of the pods by mistake? -nothing good. Let me pluck that back hair and have it sent to the lab. Oh, and fly vomit is scary AF. Did I mention Jeff Goldblum? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  46.  Rosemary’s Baby– A fresh marriage, a pregnancy, a new creepy affordable apartment in NYC with nosier than usual neighbors. Daily Satan smoothies made by said neighbor. Just who is the β€œfather” of Rosemary’s baby and will she find a dr. that can help? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  47.  Amityville Horror (2015)- Haunted house gimmicks including otherworldly grunts and breathing, leave me with a β€œmeh” feeling. If you’re looking for scary-watch the original version. This one felt lacking. πŸŽƒ 
  48. Addams Family -Watch them both together. Uncle Fester infiltrating his way into the family only to be stuck with them.  πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  49. Addams Family Values -Follow him into the second movie where a hungry black widow is looking for a victim. Bonus-the camp play scene is fire. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  50. The Omen (2006)-Damien, aka devil spawn, is pawned off on a couple as a baby but they quickly realize there’s something amiss. Despite warnings and instructions on how to end the terror from a persistent priest, will the father actually terminate his own son for the greater good? I personally love the original version much better. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  51. The Wolfman-(2002)-Anthony Hopkins plays a concerned father with an affinity for full moons and fur shawls. Some gore, fires, silver bullets and smoky scenes lend this film some werewolf charm. Bonus creepiness: Benicio Del Toro’s wig. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  52. Needful Things-A town in chaos after a new antique shop opens with an owner Hell-bent on vengeance. How badly do you want that Mickie Mantle baseball card? β€œI killed my Myrtle”. A good story of capitalism and blind assumptions of guilt. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  53. The Lair of the White Worm– Bram Stoker’s last story before his death gravely translated into a campy cult film. I’m not sure I had enough sense of humor the day I watched this one, but it does have a very young Hugh Grant and a slithery B movie vibe. πŸŽƒ 
  54. Rear Window-Hitchcock’s direction gives us a sliver of a glimpse to then imagine something even scarier. Jimmy Stewart plays an injured photographer who is summoned to bed rest and must use only a wheelchair. In his boredom and with all the windows open due to extreme heat, he starts spying on neighbors-(do you really want to know what goes on behind closed doors?). What if you witnessed something you deemed sinister? What can be done? What’s buried under the roses? Who killed the tiny dog? What will happen to the curious nosy neighbor? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  55. Mandy-Nicholas Cage stars in this psychedelic horror film from 2018. The stage is set in the 1980’s in the Pacific Northwest. The first hour showcases the love between Red and Mandy. The second hour takes a turn for the worse with charred bodies, chainsaw fights, religious cults and wayfaring demons on trikes. Weird bits of humor placed in the midst of it all lends an albeit odd vibe but still a thrilling story of vengeance. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ πŸŽƒ 
  56. The Fly (1958)-Twice on the list, but I personally love this version. (I’ve also had a lifelong affinity towards Vincent Price). He plays the brother of a scientist who made an error with his own teleportation device. A bit different than the 1986 version but intriguing just the same. β€œHelp me, hellllppppp me.” πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  57. Re-Animator– A take on H.P. Lovecraft’s story of an obsessive scientist who has created a serum that can bring the freshly dead back to life. Of course, there’s a catch, they tend to reanimate on the violent side. But Hell, hath no fury like a science professor scorned. Note: gore worthy film. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ
  58. Arsenic and Old Lace-Peter Lorre, Cary Grant and Boris Karloff give good face. Halloween eve is the setting for this dark comedy. A couple of aging sisters with a penchant for poisonous wine, newlyweds trying to leave town, career criminals with bad plastic surgery and an unstable uncle who thinks he’s Teddy Roosevelt-you know just your typical family reunion. Did you say there’s a body in the window seat? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  59. The Invisible Man-A scientist gone mad after a failed experiment to reduce pigment turns him invisible and the chemical goes to his brain. In his madness, he preys upon a small-town tavern and his old lab partner creating malice. How can the police catch an invisible killer? Note: pretty good special effects for a 30’s film. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  60. The Thing-A sci-fi horror about 12 research scientists in Antarctica who are left questioning who’s normal and who’s inhabited by β€œthe thing” (an alien that’s been thawed after years of being dormant in the frozen tundra). Bonus: Wilfred Brimley without a mustache. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  61. Bone Tomahawk-I watched this western with Kurt Russell and thought, ummm where’s the horror? Someone’s wife gets kidnapped by a tribe who apparently love the taste of human flesh and love making wolf sounds. My question about the horror was answered in the last third of the movie when the search party finds the lair of the tribe. Remember the wishbone at Thanksgiving? Similarly, that’s what a bone tomahawk is for. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ
  62. The Mothman Prophecies– Indrid Cold can send shivers down any spine with his electronic voice warnings. β€œIt’s in the shoe, under the bed” … How did he know that? πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  63. Willie’s Wonderland– Nicolas Cage stars in this film about an extremely quiet loner whose car breaks down and he agrees to clean a condemned family fun center in exchange for repairs.  Seems logical, until demonic animatronics wage war and Mr. Cage has to fight his way through each of them.  πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  64. False Positive– Let’s be honest, I only gave this movie a chance due to Pierce Brosnan starring as a twisted fertility doctor. A couple seeks him out to aid in their treatments, but as she becomes pregnant, she starts questioning his sinister charm.  πŸŽƒ 
  65. Midnight in the Switchgrass– Megan Fox, MGK, and Bruce Willis star in this mystery of a twisted game of cat and mouse with a known killer, who is eerily played by Lukas Haas.  πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  66. Perfect Strangers– A woman meets a man out on the town and she agrees to go to his remote island on which he lives that is only accessible by boat.  She realizes that SHOCKER, she has been kidnapped and she needs to play it coy to get out alive.  She questions her sanity as she starts talking to a deep freezer.  πŸŽƒ 
  67. Werewolves Within– A newly assigned forest ranger gets trapped with residents of the rural town during a snow storm and they must wait it out together.  All the while, something is terrorizing the entire town.   A funny take on a werewolf horror flick.   πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  68. He’s Out There– A family of four decide to vacation at their isolated lake house and someone is watching them and is terrorizing the entire family.  Note: Don’t eat food you find in the woods.  MMKAY…πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  69. Pay the Ghost– I love me some Nicolas Cage films, but I had never heard of this one.  A couple’s son is abducted during a Halloween festival.  He is in a long list of kids missing on Halloween.  The dad must find his son but in order to do so, must understand the history of Samhain and the Crone. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  70. The Messengers– Dylan McDermott stars as a wannabe Sunflower farmer who moves his family to a quiet North Dakota farm.  Supernatural attacks and strange encounters all the while, John Corbett plays an all too willing farm hand, Kristen Stewart- the broody teenager and Penelope Ann Miller- the doting wife and mother.  What is haunting this farm?  πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  71. The House that Jack Built- Matt Dillon plays a sociopathic killer and recounts his life’s work and β€œaccomplishment” by being a serial killer.  Some very disturbing scenes, especially the picnic.  A just reward at the end, but do have some understanding of Dante’s Inferno.  πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  72. The Butchers– (2020) Simon Phillips is enjoyable to watch as killer Owen Watson who is leading his troubled brothers Oswald and Oxford into butchering unsuspecting folks whose cars happen to break down somewhere near their ramshackle dwelling. A totally derivative film, but a fun watch. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  73. Before I Go to Sleep– A thriller starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth.  After a traumatic accident she wakes up every day not remembering the events of the past.  She uses a video recorder to remind her of the events.  Soon she starts asking questions of her loving husband, who cannot seem to supply her with adequate answers.  A mystery/thriller worth the watch, but again I love Colin Firth and haven’t seen him in a role like this before.  πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  74. Dracula Rises from His Grave– 1968 film where they just couldn’t leave well enough alone, and someone’s blood awakens the condemned Dracula to rise and terrorize the Transylvanian village.  (Although their accents seemingly aren’t).  Christopher Lee stars as the vampire who lusts after the local bishop’s niece and won’t stop until she is eternally his.   πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  75. Voyeurs– A couple move into an awesome apartment, only to start spying on their not so discreet neighbors.  They become obsessed and notice that something is off after they plant a listening device in their apartment.  Worlds collide after they enter each other’s worlds and lots of inexplicable things start to occur.  Whatever you do, don’t feed the birds.  πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  76. Devil in the Woods– Two brothers who have been separated for years reconnect with a hunting trip into the great wilderness only to be hunted themselves by someone or something from their past.  πŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  77. Black Butterfly– Antonio Banderas stars as a writer with a drinking problem who picks up a drifter and suspects he may be responsible for the killings of women in the area.  How will he get this guy out of his home safely?  Watch carefully.  πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  78. Night Hunter– Female abductions have been happening for years and Ben Kinglsey sets up a bait for the killer.  But the killer has outsmarted the entire police force and isn’t talking much to investigators once he is brought in for questioning.  They must act fast to find out where the women are to save them in time.       πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  79. A Vigilante– A mystery that involves a vigilante who helps victims of domestic abuse get revenge on their abusers. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ 
  80. When a Stranger Calls– (1979) This movie is a cult classic, with the beginning being parodied in The Scream.  A babysitter is terrorized by someone asking her has she checked on the kids…She calls the police and they determine the calls are coming from inside the home.  What follows is a look at the psychopath’s life and a chase to get him before he gets someone else. πŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒ

What are some of your go-to scary thrillers?  List them in the comments below!  Happy Halloween!
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