Lupita Nyong'o with a butterfly on his finger

Top 10 Horror Movies

IMDb rating: 7.7

Director: Jordan Peele
Author: Jordan Peele
Players: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford 

Get out, one of the most amazing films of the last period, won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. Chris, a black teenager, goes to their house to meet the family of his lover Rose. He soon notices the awkwardness in the black people working in this wealthy House and is warned to leave. But it will not be easy to get rid of this invitation, which is becoming increasingly scary. 


IMDb rating: 6.9

Director: Jordan Peele
Author: Jordan Peele
Players: Lupita Nyong'o, Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss 

A family's life on vacation turns into hell when their evil copies, who look exactly like them, invade their homes. Featuring not only horror, but sociological and philosophical references, the film is a 77-award-winning cult production. 


IMDb rating: 8.1

Director: Robert Wiene
Writers: Carl Mayer, Hans Janowitz
Players: Werner Krauss, Conrad Veidt, Friedrich Feher 

This film, which changed the history of cinema, is one of the productions that came back to life with a high-budget restoration... It's about murders committed by a sleepwalker through hypnosis. 


IMDb rating: 7.5

Director: John Krasinski
Players: Emily Blunt, John Krasinsk, And Millicent Simmonds

Imagine that even any Click can cost you your life... A world full of creatures that come to hunt you if you make a sound... It is in this atmosphere that a family of two children is trying to survive. The production was nominated for an Oscar for 'Best Sound'. 


IMDb rating: 7.9

Directors: Merian C. Cooper, Ernest B.. Schoedsack 
Writers: James Ashmore Creelman As Ruth Rose
Players: Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong, Bruce Cabot 

In King Kong, a groundbreaking film production in the history of cinema, the beautiful blonde actress of a film crew shooting on an exotic island is kidnapped by the locals and presented as a vow to a gorilla who is considered a God on this island. But everything gets complicated when the Gorilla Falls in love with the woman. King Kong, who is neutralized by the film crew and kidnapped to New York for the show, turns the city upside down. 


IMDb rating: 7.9

Director: F.W. Murnau
Writers: Henrik Galeen (screenplay, Bram Stoker (author of the novel 'Dracula')
Players: Max Schreck, Alexander Granach, Gustav von Wangenheim

The film adaptation of Dracula, The Immortal work of the literary world, is just as jarring as his book. A German named Thomas Hutter goes to Transylvania on business to meet a client named Count Orlok. But Kon Orlok is not a' normal ' person...


IMDb rating: 8.5

Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Writers: Joseph Stefano (screenplay), Robert Bloch (novel)

Players: Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, Vera Miles 

This production of Hitchcock's thriller was the inspiration for dozens of directors, especially the shower scene. A young woman's stay in a hotel on her way to take the money she entrusted to her boss to her lover is the subject of a perverted killer. 

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IMDb rating: 7.8

Director: James Whale
Writers: John L. Balderston, Mary Shelley (novel)
Players: Colin Clive, Mae Clarke, Boris Karloff 

Frankenstein, published in 1818 and one of the most important works of world literature, also marked the history of cinema. As it is known, at the center of the story is a creature that emerged as a result of an experiment...


IMDb rating: 7.8

Director: James Whale
Author: Mary Shelley
Players: Boris Karloff, Elsa Lanchester, Colin Clive 

The sequel, 'Frankenstein's bride', was filmed as Frankenstein brought sound to the world. This time, a wife is created for the lone monster, but this 'female' is not as interested in our hero as expected...


IMDb rating: 6.8

Director: Jennifer Kent
Author: Jennifer Kent
Players: Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Daniel Henshall

A mother who raised her 6-year-old son alone one day reads a tale to her son from a book called The Babadook. But day by day, the nightmare mentioned in the book turns the lives of mother and son into hell. Can the nightmare be real and not a fairy tale?

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