With Halloween so close, it is best to prepare and plan a classic horror movie session with delicious popcorn and your closest friends. That is why we bring you these five horror movie recommendations, they are classics, but it would be a big mistake not to mention them and present them as an option.
- Halloween (1978)
This film directed by John Carpenter catapulted Jamie Lee Curtis' career with Donald Pleasence.
It is the first of the ten films that have been made in the franchise. Here is the story of the chilling Michael Myers, who spent 15 years in a psychiatric hospital for trying to kill his sister, he escapes and returns to commit murders. Thus, he was choosing a new target, a high school student, whom Myers will pursue until he meets his objective.
- The Exorcist (1973)
This film comes from the book of the same name, starring Linda Blair and an excellent cast that accompanies her.
The story impressed the audience in the 1970s, and the story revolves around an exorcism that occurred in 1949, which was made known by a newspaper. The plot tells the story of a girl who was demonically possessed by an evil entity. That is why her parents call the priests to try to save her life through an exorcism.
- The Shinning (1980)
This curious and disturbing film cannot be missed for Halloween night. It is based on a novel by the writer Stephen King and starred Jack Nicholson.
In its time, it was considered a cult film. The plot tells a writer who was an alcoholic who accepts a job in a small and strange hotel; he moves with his family. Once they settle in, he begins to suffer from personality disorders, and at the same time, his family has strange and paranormal experiences.
- Psycho (1960)
It was released in 1960, starring Anthony Perkins, which is based on the novel by Robert Bloch, which has focused on the murders committed by serial killer Ed Gein in Wisconsin.
In this installment, what happened to Marion Crane is told, who after fighting with her partner and after having stolen money from the company where she worked, flees to a horrible hotel owned by a strange character, Norman Bates, without knowing what your stay at the hotel would bring you.
- A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
This terror movie by Wes Craven, The success of the story allowed seven more sequels and a series to be made, and even in 2010, a remake was made for the new generations.
The plot unfolds around the serial killer Freddy Krueger and the crimes he committed against several young people. The story unfolds and begins to happen in a small town in the United States, specifically on a street that became famous over the years. Elm Street. The funny thing is that before being murdered, these teenagers have the same nightmare in which they are chased by a man with burned skin and clothes with a glove with blades.