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Looking for a slightly scary movie to watch this Halloween? Check out our picks for movies that (hopefully) won't keep you up at night.


Posted By TedManiaTv    Oct. 30th, 2020   


10. Death Of Me



What would you do if you find a video of your spouse murdering you in cold blood when it hasn't even happened yet...

Death of Me is a 2020 American horror film, directed by Darren Lynn Bousman, from a screenplay by Arli Margolis, James Morley III and David Tish. It stars Maggie Q, Alex Essoe, and Luke Hemsworth. It was released on October 2, 2020, by Saban Films.


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9. The Rental



Critics Consensus: Some tricky genre juggling makes The Rental a bit of a fixer-upper, but effective chills and a solid cast make this a fine destination for horror fans.

Synopsis: Two couples on an oceanside getaway grow suspicious that the host of their seemingly perfect rental house may be spying on them. Before long, what should have been a celebratory weekend trip turns into something far more sinister.

Starring: Dan Stevens, Alison Brie, Sheila Vand, Toby Huss

Directed By: Dave Franco


8. The Lodge



Grief catalyzes writers-directors Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz’s nightmarish film that centers on two siblings (Lia McHugh and Jaeden Martell) who lose their mother and are instantaneously pulled into a new relationship with their dad’s mysterious fiancée (Riley Keough).

As the trio coops up together at the eponymous residence, more and more frightening and inexplicable things happen that cause both the siblings and their stepmom-to-be to begin suspecting each other. The Lodge is an utterly terrifying film that also leaves you looking at each of the characters a little sideways by its macabre conclusion.


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7. Z



We’ve certainly seen the normal kid-turned-evil story countless times in horror (The Bad Seed immediately springs to mind). But director and co-writer Brandon Christensen’s Z barrels toward a refreshing pivot in its third act that is entirely unexpected. Still, its most gratifying scares come from the first two-thirds of the film, when a mother (a wonderful Keegan Connor Tracy) struggles to navigate her son’s (Jett Klyne) increasingly maniacal behavior. If you’re in the marker for a few legitimate jump scares, look no further.


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6. The Grudge



Few sounds are as bone-chilling as this franchise’s signature creek attributed to its longtime villain, a restless female ghost who continues to terrify the living. Writer-director Nicolas Pesce effectively explores the trauma, horror, and rage derived from masterful original Japanese film Ju-on in this latest English-language adaptation of The Grudge.

Recapturing the palpable fury of its scorned phantom, the haunting tale oscillates between the sins of our past and a present determined to repeat itself through the stories of a single mother (Andrea Riseborough) and an expectant father (John Cho).


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5. #Alive



Who would have thought that a movie about a zombie outbreak would be so relatable right now? Korean writer-director Il Cho terrifically taps into the agony of survival in a world where human connection has been replaced with undead cannibals and weak cell phone signals.

Grounding the story is an unlikely hero—a millennial (Ah-In Yoo) stranded alone in his apartment, barely getting by on instant noodles and waning hope. The increasingly horrifying circumstances force him to be resourceful and consider his life and the people in it in ways he’s never done before—and fight for an uncertain future.

Sure, the zombies in #Alive are scary AF (and move even scarier), but the dilemma Cho poses will continue to haunt you: You either risk your life by trying to escape your apartment, or you stay inside and wait for the zombies to find you. In other words, how are you really willing to live?


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4. Relic



This era of horror, which has grabbed the attention of even the most timid viewers, has often shied away from jump scares to focus more on the human condition. But with Relic, writer-director Natalie Erika James has done both. Sensitively examining mental decay brought on by dementia, the filmmaker immerses the audience in a familial story that is both devastating and horrifyingly claustrophobic.

We meet Edna (Robyn Nevin), an elderly woman struggling with her grip on reality when her worried daughter (Emily Mortimer) and granddaughter (Bella Heathcote) pay her a fateful visit. They are consumed by the frightening deterioration of the house, as well as everyone—and everything—in it. James kicks the haunted house genre to a chilling and emotional new level.


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3. The Invinsible Man



Critics Consensus: After staging his own suicide, a crazed scientist uses his power to become invisible to stalk and terrorize his ex-girlfriend. When the police refuse to believe her story, she decides to take matters into her own hands and fight back.

Synopsis: In Guatemala, Alma is murdered with her children during a military attack. Thirty years later, the general who ordered the genocide is found not guilty, and Alma comes back to the world of the living to torment Gen. Enrique.

Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid, Harriet Dyer

Directed By: Leigh Whannell


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2. La Llorona



Critics Consensus: La Llorona puts a fresh spin on the familiar legend by blending the supernatural and the political to resolutely chilling effect.

Synopsis: In Guatemala, Alma is murdered with her children during a military attack. Thirty years later, the general who ordered the genocide is found not guilty, and Alma comes back to the world of the living to torment Gen. Enrique.

Starring: Maria Mercedes Coroy, Margarita Kénefic, Sabrina de la Hoz, Julio Diaz

Directed By: Jayro Bustamante


1. Host



Sometimes you just need a gory horror movie to get you through this monstrous year and give you the perspective you desperately need: Things could be much, much worse. For instance, you could be any one of the characters in writer-director Adam Leader’s fright fest, Hosts.

Co-directed by Richard Oakes, the film starts out with a loving couple (Nadia Lamin and Neal Ward) celebrating Christmas Eve then quickly pivots into a bloodbath when they attend their neighbors’ nice family gathering. It is an utterly batshit movie you need to experience for yourself.


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