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5 ambitious horror movies you can watch on Apple TV

Director: David Yarovesky

Players: Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn


We can briefly summarize the Brightburn film with the question: "What if Superman wanted to destroy humanity instead of fighting for the benefit of humanity?"Brightburn answers that question. Living a natural life in the countryside, the couple decides to own their garden with a baby falling from space. As time progresses, the pair face the dark and sinister side of the child they raised, waiting for terrible moments.

Director: David Prior

Players: James Badge Dale, Marin Ireland, Sasha Frolova


For my part, The Empty Man is one of the most powerful horror movies I've seen in recent memory. Along with the way David Prior handled the story, Christopher Young and Lustmord's music for the film also had a fairly high share. Tracking down a missing girl, James Lasombra (James Badge Dale) comes across a secret sect trying to communicate with supernatural beings. And this cult that appears has terrible plans…

Director: Gregory Plotkin

Players: Cynthea Plotkin, Stephen Conroy, Amy Forsyth

IMDb: 5.5

Scream and 13. Hell Fest is for you if you like “slasher” - style movies like Friday. Hell Fest, a traveling horror festival, is haunted by a masked serial killer. As the masked killer turns this festival into his playground and terrorizes a group of young people, other visitors who come to visit the festival believe that it is all part of the show.

Director: Mark Tonderai

Players: Omari Hardwick, Loretta Devine, Lorraine Burroughs

IMDb: 5.5

The Marquis (Omari Hardwick) plane, which is on its way to where he grew up with his family for his father's funeral, crashes off Appalachia. Marqius, who finds himself in the House of Eloise (Loretta Devine), a hoodoo sorceress, has to get rid of the dark spell Eloise has cast and the ritual before the rise of the blood moon.

Director: Will Wernick

Players: Keegan Allen, Holland Roden, Denzel Whitaker


Social media phenomenon Cole (Keegan Allen) travels to Moscow with friends to produce new content for his successful vlog. Cole, who always pushes the boundaries in the content he produces, embarks on a mysterious and dangerous adventure in Moscow. Although the actors have performed slightly above mediocre, Follow Me deserves to be watched with its sense of mystery and clever fiction that it evokes. 

Bonus: Top 10 Horror Movies

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