Top 100 Best Horror Movies You Should Watch With Your Buddies: Page 5 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.

60. Mama (2013)

Rated PG-13 for violence and terror, some disturbing images, and thematic elements.

A couple takes in their two nieces, who claim to have been raised by a strange entity they call ‘Mama’. But when they bring the girls home, strange and terrifying events lead them to believe that something evil has latched on to the girls. A ghost story like no other, fans of Paranormal Activity and Poltergeist will relish in this tale of a mother’s undying love.

Lucas (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and his girlfriend Annabel (Jessica Chastain) try desperately to protect their nieces from the evil entity that has followed them home.

Victoria (Megan Carpenter) and Lilly (Isabelle Nelisse) claim that they were raised by a strange entity that they refer to as 'Mama'.

59. I Am Not A Serial Killer (2016)

Not Rated.

A troubled teen with homicidal tendencies must hunt down and destroy a supernatural serial killer, all the while keeping his own demons locked up. A new era has arisen for the anti-hero, and fans of such films as Deadpool (2016) will enjoy this new anti-hero focused film.

Crowley (Christopher Lloyd) and John (Max Records), looking quite haggard and afraid of the events to come.

Much like its horror movie ancestors, I Am Not a Serial Killer also features a creepy mask... only this one doubles as a cuddly, slightly sinister panda.

58. The Eyes of My Mother (2016)

Rated R for disturbing violent content and behavior, and brief nudity.

In a secluded farmhouse, a mother teaches her daughter about anatomy, and not to be afraid of death. After her mother’s murder, however, the girl’s loneliness and trauma converge when her longing for the outside world takes a dark form. A gothic psychological thriller like this deserves a spot on your horror movie marathon list.

Young Francisca (Olivia Bond) and her mother (Diana Agostini) discuss anatomy while using a cow's head as a model.

A frightening scene with an unidentifiable figure lying motionless in a bathtub.

57. Devil (2010)

Rated PG-13 for violence and disturbing images, thematic material, and some language, including sexual references.

Five strangers are trapped in an elevator in a building where a suicide has just taken place. While the police try and figure out what’s going on, time is running out. A unique plot with a sufficient amount of eerie happenings, Devil is for those who yearn for something different in the horror realm.

Five strangers are trapped in an elevator shortly after someone has committed suicide in the building. Only four can be identified by outside assistance.

The surveillance team in the building where Devil takes place, bewildered at the unknown identity of one of the people inside the elevator.

56. The Visit (2015)

Rated PG-13 for disturbing thematic material including terror, violence, and some nudity, and for brief language.

Two children are sent to their grandparent’s house for a week while their mother goes on vacation with her boyfriend. As one of the children films a ‘documentary’ about her grandparents to help her mother reconnect with them, the siblings discover a dark secret about their grandparents. This twisting of all of the joys of childhood will leave you breathless, and perhaps lead you to look at your beloved relatives a bit more closely.

An apparently quaint wall hanging used as marketing for the film, denoting sinister happenings with a strange third rule and bloody fingerprints around the edges.

The children's grandmother (Deanna Dunagan) pops out at them while they hide in the crawl space beneath the house.

55. Scout's Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015)

Rated R for zombie violence and gore, sexual material, graphic nudity, and language throughout.

A careless janitor unwittingly releases a zombie virus from a secret laboratory. Meanwhile, three scouts on their last campout test the strength of their friendship while they attempt to save their town from a zombie outbreak. A comedic horror film that might be a good break in between some of the more serious picks on your list.

Three teenagers - Ben (Tye Sheridan), Carter (Logan Miller) and Augie (Joey Morgan) decide to camp out as scouts for the last time.

The scouts, accompanied by a hot girl named Denise (Sarah Dumont) must fight off a zombie apocalypse in their small town.

54. The Voices (2014)

Rated R for bloody violence, and for language including sexual references.

With the help of a court-appointed psychiatrist, Jerry (Ryan Reynolds) decides to pursue his office crush. However, after she stands him up for a date, Jerry finds himself leaning towards a more murderous type of pursuit. Guided by his evil talking cat and benevolent talking dog, Jerry must decide whether he is going to indulge in his sinister desires. A darkly humorous tale of madness and murder, this film would probably sit exceptionally well with that friend that constantly makes jokes about the Holocaust and dead babies.

Jerry (Ryan Reynolds) often consults his benevolent dog Bosco and evil cat Mr. Whiskers for advice, as they are his only friends.

'The Voices' is generally considered to be a serial killer spoof, set in small town America.

53. I Spit On Your Grave (2010)

Rated R for pervasive strong, sadistic, brutal violence, rape, torture, nudity, and language.

When a writer retreats to a cabin in the woods to start on her next book, a few depraved locals decide to teach her a lesson. After an evening of humiliation, abuse, and torture, she is washed away in a raging river. She survives, and now her sole purpose is to get revenge on the animals that did this to her. A grim and awful power struggle ensues, leaving you with no idea who you should be rooting for.

Jennifer Hills (Sarah Butler) is subjected to hours of torture by three depraved locals of the town near where her cabin is situated.

Jennifer enacts a gruesome and merciless revenge on her tormentors, who believed that she was dead.

52. Under the Skin (2013)

Rated R for graphic nudity, sexual content, some violence, and language.

An alien entity takes the form of a young woman and combs the streets of Scotland in search of human prey. But during her seduction and consumption of forsaken young men, she begins to discover herself as human, with tragic consequences. A strange and sexual take on the ‘alien abduction’ trope, fans of surreal sci-fi will delight in this film.

The alien entity, known only as The Female (Scarlett Johansson) seduces young men into a strange other realm where they are devoured.

The victims of the aliens are submerged in fluid, which leads them into a netherworld that they cannot escape.

51. The Neon Demon (2016)

Rated R for disturbing violent content, bloody images, graphic nudity, a scene of aberrant sexuality, and language.

A beautiful aspiring model arrives in Los Angeles, and is immediately hailed as having a ‘thing’ that makes her different. However, there are people who will do anything to get her ‘thing’. A vicious thriller based on jealousy and vanity, The Neon Demon will send chills up your spine.

Perhaps in foreshadowing, Jesse (Elle Fanning) is covered in 'blood' during a photo shoot.

The methods that jealous models use to feed on Jesse's beauty seem painful.

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