55 horror movies were produced last year. Top scariest horror movies ever 2021! Carnivores is the most popular film on Imbd at the moment and what lies beneath” is the highest grossing ($155 million). from this Data we can say that people love horror movies!
For much of the world, 2020 !! the year itself has embodied the exact traits of a well-crafted horror movie: twisted, uncompromising, and something nobody really saw coming. If nothing else, the unsettling nature of a year that has been hobbled by a global pandemic is a reminder that scariness comes in many forms, and the traditional horror formula . Many of the movies released this year are scary in unexpected ways, either because they tap into timely anxieties or illustrate the precise nature of terror in these uncertain times.
so here come the scariest movies ever 2021!
Directed byMarcin Wrona
A bridegroom is possessed by an unquiet spirit in the midst of his own wedding celebration, in this clever take on the Jewish legend of the dybbuk.While digging in the yard with a backhoe right before the wedding, Piotr finds a skeleton, which at first he keeps quiet about. He is increasingly haunted by the vision of a woman in a wedding dress – Hana. During the wedding reception this vision draws closer and closer to him, and he has apparent seizures. He is eventually possessed by Hana, the woman in the dress.
watch the movie to know more……..!!!!!!!
Drama | Fantasy | Horror | Thriller
Did You Know?
Director Marcin Wrona committed suicide in his hotel room on September 19, 2015, during Gdynia Polish Film Festival, where Demon (2015) was shown in competition.
2.Girl on the third floor
Plot: Don Koch tries to renovate a rundown mansion with a sordid history for his growing family, only to learn that the house has other plans.A dark and atmospheric horror film, Girl on the Third Floor delivers more mystery than scares. While fixing up his new house Don Koch encounters a mysterious young woman who comes on strong and forces her way into his life, meanwhile the house seemingly thwarts his repair efforts
Drama | Horror | Mystery
3.The Exorcist (1973)
1973 released and still scary!!!
The Exorcist was released in 24 theaters in the United States and Canada in late December. Audiences flocked to it, waiting in long lines during winter weather, many doing so more than once, despite mixed critical reviews. Some viewers had adverse physical reactions, often fainting or vomiting, to scenes in which the protagonist undergoes a realistic cerebral angiography and There were reports of heart attacks and miscarriages; a psychiatric journal carried a paper on “cinematic neurosis” triggered by the film. Many children were taken to see the film, leading to charges that the MPAA ratings board had accommodated Warner Brothers by giving the film an R-rating, instead of the X-rating they thought it deserved, in order to ensure its commercial success. Several cities made efforts to ban it outright or prevent children from seeing it.1973 released and still scaryyyyyy!!!!!!
4.It ( 2017 )
One of my favorite scariest horror movies .The plot, the terrific scenes, the acting of the clown( when I was young I used to have fear of clowns but in 2017 it movie released and now I have coulrophobia. the phobia of clowns!!!!!!!! it’s terrifying!
plot: What happens when a bunch of kids are up against a clown, who hunts down the kids of ‘Derry’ town, using their fears against them? This is the one liner of the horror movie IT (2017). Does it scare it’s audiences enough? Read below to find out.
IT 2017, has been directed by Andi Muschietti and First things first, directing a 136 minute movie banking on teenage kids is a bold step and the director has to be praised for this. The kids are natural and this especially goes to Jaeden Lieberher. He plays the kid who stammers whilst talking and he has done a neat job.
5.It chapter two (2019)
Multiple “wow” moments permeate the landscape of “It Chapter Two” like so many ominous, red balloons floating across a New England summer sky.Just as the ending of the first film foreshadowed, though, the kids who escaped the villainous grasp of the evil clown Pennywise during the summer of 1989 have found themselves back in Derry, Maine—right on cue, 27 years later, to fight him again. They’d all gone their separate ways and carved out vastly different lives, and in introducing us to these characters as adults, Muschietti makes some gorgeous transitions that are smooth and inventive. But returning to their seemingly idyllic small town instantly revives their old rhythms and relationships.
Perhaps the best scene in the whole film (my favorite too!!) is the one in which they all reconnect for the first time over a boisterous, boozy dinner at a Chinese restaurant. They spin the lazy Susan, down shots of liquor, tease each other mercilessly and find it’s as if no time at all has passed—even though the memories of the trauma they shared are hazy at best. “It Chapter Two” is at its strongest when it explores the lure of nostalgia, not merely through pop culture references like “The Lost Boys” and Cameo’s “Word Up,” but also in the cosmic way it can yank you right back to being the person you were long ago and never thought you’d be again. That unsure, evolving 13-year-old remains inside all of us, no matter where we go or what we do.
Pennywise, however, has stayed the same all this time and Bill Skarsgård’s deeply creepy presence is sorely missed when he’s off screen. With a performance that’s as physical as it is verbal, he consistently manages to find that sweet spot between being terrifying and hilarious. He’s created an iconic horror villain for the ages.
must watch movie!!!!!!!
This shocker of a thriller is an intelligent, atmospheric slow burn that spends its early moments on interactions and emotions, avoiding obvious exposition or setups. Logically, anything can happen. Marshall-Green anchors the first part of the movie with his watchful, soft-spoken performance, dealing with pain and suspicion in equal measure. Will has re-entered his old house for the first time in two years, and flashbacks to time with his son are appropriately heart-rending, placing him perfectly off-balance from the rest of the character
While attending a dinner party at his former house, a man (Logan Marshall-Green) starts to believe that his ex-wife (Tammy Blanchard) and her new husband (Michiel Huisman) have sinister plans for the guests.Initial release: 8 April 2016 (USA)Director: Karyn Kusama
Imbd ratings : 7.5/10
Sam Raimi’s feature length debut “The Evil Dead” is truly one of the greatest horror films of all time and the start of a magnificently entertaining trilogy of hilarity and some real scares. Made on a budget of only $375,000, the film is surprisingly accomplished on a technical level.
plot: Five friends go to a cabin in the woods for a vacation. They discover a volume called “The Book of the Dead” and a tape recorder belonging to a professor, who also owns the cabin. One of them plays back what is recorded on the tape– which just happens to be Candarian resurrection passages translated from the Necronomicon (Book of the Dead) by the professor, which unleashes an evil force from the woods. The people start turning into evil deadites, and the others soon learn from the tape that the only way to kill a person who is turned into a deadite is by total body dismemberment. People are dying left and right; one girl early in the film looses control and runs off into the woods, only to be raped by the trees.
don’t watch it alone guyssss!!!!!
“The Ring,” the kind of dread dark horror film where you better hope nobody in the audience snickers, because the film teeters right on the edge of the ridiculous.
Enormous craft has been put into the movie, which looks just great, but the story goes beyond contrivance into the dizzy realms of the absurd. And although there is no way for everything to be explained (and many events lack any possible explanation), the movie’s ending explains and explains and explains, until finally you’d rather just give it a pass than sit through one more tedious flashback
It sounds like just another urban legend — a videotape filled with nightmarish images leads to a phone call foretelling the viewer’s death in exactly seven days. Newspaper reporter Rachel Keller (Naomi Watts) is skeptical of the story until four teenagers all die mysteriously exactly one week after watching just such a tape. Allowing her investigative curiosity to get the better of her, Rachel tracks down the video and watches it. Now she has just seven days to unravel the mystery.
FACT about 7000 people have died 7 days after watching The Ring.
Conclusion: so the list ends here but not the movies….so grab few snacks ,darken your rooms and watch the top scariest horror movies ever 2021!!!! enjoy …
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