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10 Scariest Movies of All Time

 If you are in the mood to be scared off your pants, read on

The movie recounts the story of real-life FBI agent Mark Putnam who—after relocating to a mining town in Kentucky on his first mission—began a two-year affair with a local woman, Susan Smith, who also happened to be his best informant. Things only got more twisted and tragic from there.

Train to Busan

This Korean flick is an interesting take on the zombie genre. It’s an action-packed movie that focuses on a father and daughter who board a train just as the apocalypse begins. A fast-paced movie with no slow staggers anywhere, it’s sure to impress you as well as rattle your nerves.

Above Suspicion


The movie recounts the story of real-life FBI agent Mark Putnam who—after relocating to a mining town in Kentucky on his first mission—began a two-year affair with a local woman, Susan Smith, who also happened to be his best informant. Things only got more twisted and tragic from there.

Child's Play 

The story is based on a (supposedly) real-life possessed doll. Painter Robert Eugene was allegedly given a doll by a woman who worked for his family. She practiced voodoo and had cursed the doll so that she could get revenge on the family.

A Quiet Place

John Krasinski and his real-life wife Emily Blunt star in this movie where humans are being annihilated by amaurotic monsters who hunt only by sound.

Winchester 

Helen Mirren stars in this movie, where she plays the widow of a firearm manufacturer who thinks she is being haunted by the ghosts of people who were killed by the rifles of her husband’s company. The mansion she lives in is based on a real place, known as the Winchester Mystery House, where the real-life woman Mirren plays reportedly spent 38 years constructing and renovating based on directions from spirits.

The Conjuring 

One of the most popular films in the horror genre. The Conjuring revolves around a ghost hunter couple, who help out a family in a haunted 18th-century farmhouse. The movie is loosely based on real life events surrounding couple Ed and Lorraine Warren.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It 

The latest installment in the Conjuring universe revolves around the infamous trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, a murder trial that took place in 1981 Connecticut where the accused claimed he was possessed by the devil.

Annabelle 

Annabelle, the creepy porcelain doll from The Conjuring gets her terror on in this spin-off of The Conjuring. Though the movie doesn't exactlyyyy follow the true story, the ghost-hunting Warrens have claimed there was a real Raggedy Ann doll that moved by itself and wrote creepy-ass notes saying things like, “Help us.” Big nope

A Quiet Place

John Krasinski and his real-life wife Emily Blunt star in this movie where humans are being annihilated by amaurotic monsters who hunt only by sound.