5 horror movies to make your alone nights less boring

Save your weekend people!

The weekend bells are ringing, but sadly we cannot make swanky outside plans because Covid-19 got us in a house arrest. But there’s a thing with a weekend it should never be boring. Trust us on this, you must have realized Work from home is more challenging than work from office.

And there’s no good time better than the weekend to give yourself the much needed break. Welcome your Saturday night with a bucket of popcorn and a cosy couch. From bumps in the night to toothy creature features.

Here are the best horror movies to turn your dreams into a nightmare

1. The Ring (2002)

Based on terrifying 1998 Japanese thriller Ring, is based on a 1991 novel of the same name. Gore Verbinski’s more lavishly mounted Hollywood update was a massive success at the box office, grossing about five times. Naomi Watts (a rising star at the time) stars as a journalist investigating a series of gruesome deaths surrounding the exchange of an unsettling videotape.

2. Scream (1998)

The innovation and pleasure of Wes Craven’s 1996 genre-bender scream was that the character had seen horror movies; they know the formulas and rules. In scream 2 , the characters have all seen horror sequels. Though it is not as scary as the first but it is just about as clever, fun and entertaining.

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3. Train to Busan (2016)

Another slam drunk from South Korea, Sang-ho Yeon’s Train to Busan is the freshest zombie film in atleast a decade. Yoo Gong stars as a selfish workaholic who becomes trapped aboard a speeding train along with his estranged daughter and several strangers during an outbreak.

4. Hush (2016)

A Netflix original film, Hush is surprisingly suspenseful and effective slasher about a deaf author. (Kate Siegel) who is terrorized by a masked home intruder (John Gallagher). Hush owes a great deal to John Carpenter’s.

5. The VVitch (2015)

Robert Eggers researched and wholly immersive 1600s. New England horror marked the breakthrough of spilt star Anya Taylor-Joy, mesmerizing here as a teen girl accused of witchcraft as evil forces disintegrate her family.

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