Top 100 Best Horror Movies You Should Watch With Your Buddies: Page 2 of 10

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The five heroes of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) peer down a darkened corridor, waiting for their chainsaw-wielding assailant.

89. Maggie (2015)

Rated PG-13 for disturbing thematic material, including bloody images, and some language.

As a zombie-like outbreak sweeps across the nation, a father desperately tries to protect his infected teenage daughter. An apocalyptic film that will delight fans of I Am Legend (2009) for its poignant struggle against a lethal outbreak.

Wade Vogel (Arnold Schwarzenegger) watches over his daughter Maggie (Abigail Breslin).

Maggie regards the camera calmly as the infection spreads throughout her body, a stain of old blood around her mouth.

88. The Neighbor (2016)

Not Rated.

Set in the quiet town of Cutter, Mississippi, John (Josh Stewart) becomes suspicious of his neighbor when his girlfriend goes missing. Upon breaking into the man’s house, John discovers a nightmare in the cellar, and must escape the house alive. A standard slasher flick for the modern era, The Neighbor will delight fans of such classics as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday the 13th.

Rosie (Alex Essoe) laughs maniacally, the blood in her teeth suggesting that she has already been injured by the killer.

The villain (Bill Engvall) follows in the footsteps of his psychotic ancestors by wearing a mask that is apparently made from newspaper.

87. Priest (2011)

Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, disturbing images, and brief strong language.

Set in a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by a war between humans and vampires, a legendary Warrior Priest now lives in obscurity amongst other humans in a walled city ruled by the Church. When his niece is kidnapped by a bloodthirsty vampire pack, he breaks his sacred vows to save her. A far cry from the glittering vampires of Twilight and True Blood, Priest returns the creatures to their former glory as horror movie villains.

A man participates in a ritual with other members of the Church that rules the city where the film takes place.

Priest (Paul Bettany) hunts vampires on the city streets.

86. The Purge (2013)

Rated R for strong disturbing violence and some language.

With America plagued by crime, and prisons overcrowded, a new practice has come into play; an annual 12-hour period in which criminal activity  - ALL criminal activity – is legal. As one family wrestles with the question of what they will do with this new liberty, they are held hostage for harboring the target of a murderous syndicate. Fans of gory violence perpetuated without rhyme or reason will enjoy the first installment in the horror movie franchise.

A couple strolls down the street, wearing the horrifying cheerful masks customary on the night of the Purge, and wielding a bloody machete.

Sinister Purge revellers are seen on the surveillance cameras in the gated community where the film takes place.

85. Kill Command (2016)

Unrated.

In a near-future society that is heavily reliant on technology, Kill Command follows an elite army unit that has been sent to a remote island training facility in order to test the latest AI soldier prototypes. However, the AI has gone rogue, and the soldiers must fight to survive against an enemy that learns from their every move. Fans of cyberpunk and military movies will love this modernistic horror film.

The main characters of Kill Command (2016).

One of the menacing AIs that acts as the villain for the film; most consider their insect-like appearance to be the main contributor to their horror factor.

84. Pet (2016)

Rated R for strong bloody violence, some grisly images, language, and brief sexuality.

A man bumps into an old crush and quickly becomes obsessed with her. This obsession culminates in him holding her captive underneath the animal shelter where he works. This film leans more towards psychological horror than gore, and is good for people who aren’t quite so fond of slasher flick gore.

A chance meeting with an old crush drives Seth (Dominic Monaghan) to kidnap her and keep her in a cell underneath the animal shelter where he works.

Holly (Ksenia Solo) finds herself in a cage in the midst of a bloody basement.

83. Would You Rather (2012)

Not Rated.

A woman who is desperate to help her ill brother accepts a dinner invitation from a wealthy aristocrat who promises easy money. However, once she arrives, she realizes that he’s playing a deadly game. A slightly gothic horror movie, Would You Rather is perfect fare for those who enjoy the concept of sadistic games.

Shepard Lambrick (Jeffrey Combs) welcomes his guests to his twisted game.

Iris (Brittany Snow) is given a choice of an ice pick or a stick.

82. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)

Rated PG-13 for zombie violence and action, and brief suggestive material.

The beloved Jane Austen classic gets a new twist in this zombie horror film. The five Bennet sisters must navigate the social customs of Georgian England – finding husbands, courting suitors and considering marriage proposals – while fighting off a growing zombie apocalypse. For fans of zombie films and 18th century literature, this film is the perfect blend.

The five highly trained Bennet sisters battle zombies while attending a lavish ball.

A zombie-virus afflicted Georgian lady bites into an elderly companion.

81. Morgan (2016)

Rated R for brutal violence, and some language.

A corporate risk-management consultant (Kate Mara) must assess whether or not to terminate Morgan (Anya Taylor-Joy), an artificial humanoid with frightening abilities. For sci-fi fans interested in cloning, artificial intelligence, and corporate syndicates, Morgan is just the thing.

Lee Weathers (Kate Mara) stares through the glass at Morgan, an artificial entity that she must decide whether or not to terminate.

Morgan (Anya Taylor-Joy) stares menacingly at the camera, the blood around her mouth hinting at sinister events.

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