The Scariest Movies Ever Made

Films can be scary for several different reasons. Some films use suspense for their scares others rely on psychological terror to elicit fear. Regardless of the methods a film utilizes it’s no secret that, as a society, fear is intriguing. If this wasn’t a fact the horror genre would be nonexistent. People like to be scared. Although what scares certain people is not universal there are some films that are more terrifying than others.

Top 10 Scary Places in Horror Movies

There are plenty of scary tricks-of-the-trade to frighten us in horror movies, but the fear and anxiety also stem from environment and space. Often the location of the danger taps into other kinds of fears, or our unconscious unease about liminality. A liminal space is somewhere that transcends or transgresses boundaries: it’s neither one thing or another, but exists somewhere in between. In supernatural horror, this can be evil portals or doors to hell, but everyday liminal spaces still make for scary hiding places for all the eeriest bad guys…

Poltergeist – Scary Family Movies

As the spirit of Halloween creeps upon us, we would be remiss not to mention a few of the terrifying classics which dominated our twisted hearts and left many a whimpering, quivering jellyfish in their wake while still managing to be fairly accessible to younger members of household clans everywhere. While parents should use their own judgment surrounding whether or not they feel their offspring are ready for such an entertaining endeavor, here’s the first in a series of demonic films that can keep your little meatlings twisting (and squirming) the night away. First up in the Scary Family Movies series is Tobe Hooper’s ever-popular Poltergeist.

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