This supernatural horror film is based on the real-life experiences of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. With its spine-tingling scenes and a creeping sense of dread, "The Conjuring" is best watched with friends who can share the shock.
Prepare for a deep dive into familial horror with "Hereditary." As you unravel the disturbing secrets of the Graham family, you'll want a support system to cope with the emotional and psychological turmoil this movie inflicts.
"Get Out" delivers a unique blend of horror and social commentary. Jordan Peele's directorial debut explores racism and deception in a way that will leave you reeling. Sharing your reactions with friends is a must.
In a world where silence is the key to survival, the tension in "A Quiet Place" is palpable. Every sound could be a death sentence. The silence in the theater will be broken only by gasps and shared scares with your companions.
A classic that stands the test of time, "The Exorcist" tells the harrowing story of a young girl possessed by a demon. The intense scenes demand the presence of friends to navigate through the horror together.
Pennywise the Clown, as portrayed by Bill Skarsgård, haunts the town of Derry in this adaptation of Stephen King's classic novel. The camaraderie of the Losers' Club in the film mirrors the feeling you'll want while watching.
"Paranormal Activity" takes found-footage horror to a whole new level. The tension builds incrementally, making every shadow, every creak, and every demonic presence all the more alarming when shared with friends.
Ethan Hawke stars in "Sinister," a horror film that delves into the macabre world of true crime and the supernatural. The disturbing imagery and sinister plot twists call for a movie night with a brave audience to share in the fright.
Directed by Guillermo del Toro, "Crimson Peak" is a visual and narrative delight that combines elements of gothic romance and horror. This visually stunning film is rich in atmosphere, mystery, and unexpected twists.
"The Babadook" introduces us to Amelia, a grieving mother, and her young son. When a sinister children's book character, the Babadook, seems to come to life, terror ensues.