Top 100 Best Horror Movies You Should Watch With Your Buddies: Page 7 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.

40. Horns (2013)

Rated R for sexual content, some graphic nudity, disturbing violence including a sexual assault, language, and drug use.

After the mysterious murder of his girlfriend and the town’s general consensus that he is the killer, a man awakens one morning with horns. A twisted, surreal thriller that will chill you to the core.

Iggy (Daniel Radcliffe) and his beloved girlfriend Merrin (Juno Temple) shortly before she is murdered.

Iggy develops large ram's horns, and apparently has taken on the role of the devil in town.

39. Evil Dead (2013)

Rated R for strong bloody violence and gore, some sexual content, and language.

Five friends are staying in a remote cabin when they discover a Book of the Dead. After unwittingly summoning demons that lay dormant in the nearby woods that possess them in succession, only one is left to fight for survival. A slasher flick with an eerie supernatural element, Evil Dead will have you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

The choice of a secluded cabin in the woods was perhaps not the best idea for these five friends on vacation.

Evil Dead is often regarded as the film that took an old horror movie trope - the monster in the cellar - and made it new and terrifying.

38. The Ring (2002)

Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, disturbing images, language, and some drug references.

A journalist is investigating a videotape that is reported to have killed four teenagers. According to the urban legend surrounding the mysterious tape, anyone who views it will die seven days later. If the legend is true, then she must race against time to save the lives of herself and her son. This eerie remake of a popular Asian film is guaranteed to scare the daylights out of you.

Rachel (Naomi Watts) watches the strange videotape that is rumored to kill whoever views it seven days later.

A terrifying creature stalks and kills whoever views the tape.

37. Amityville: The Awakening (2017)

Rated R for strong horror violence and language.

A new chapter begins in the Amityville legend when Belle and her siblings – including her comatose twin brother – move into a new house with their single mother. But when strange phenomena begins to occur in the house, Belle begins to suspect that not all is what it seems, and soon learns that they have just moved into the infamous Amityville horror house. Fans of the long-standing Amityville franchise are excited to welcome this new installment into the house’s grim lore.

Belle (Bella Thorne) soon begins to suspect that not all is well with her twin brother James (Cameron Monaghan) after he miraculously awakes from a coma. 

The iconic and chilling monolith of the Amityville house - it's a surprise that the characters didn't recognize it right away.

36. The Final Girls (2015)

Rated PG-13 for horror violence, some crude and sexual material, language, and drug use.

When a group of friends reluctantly attend a tribute screening of an infamous ‘80s slasher film, they become accidentally sucked into the screen and are trapped inside. Now, they must try and survive so they can escape. An interesting twist on the classic slasher film, The Final Girls will delight fans of all of the slasher films that came before.

The modern teens suddenly find themselves in a surreal slasher move from the 80s.

Though they know what's going to happen, it doesn't prevent people from dying.

35. Hush (2016)

Rated R for strong violence/terror and some language.

After retreating to a cabin in the woods to live a solitary life, a deaf writer must fight for her life after a masked figure invades her home. A frighteningly atmospheric thriller that lacks the screams of its predecessors, Hush will leave you breathless.

Maddie (Kate Siegel) is deaf and mute, and she has retreated to the woods to live a quiet life writing.

The antagonist first shows up at the window, wearing a creepily smiling plastic mask.

34. Crimson Peak (2015)

Rated R for bloody violence, some sexual content, and brief strong language.

When a young woman in the Victorian Era marries a mysterious man and goes to live in his house, strange happenings start to frighten her as ghosts of the past haunt the halls of the house. A mysterious and gothic film, fans of mystery and suspense, rather than gore, will treasure this creepy tale.

The mysterious Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston) marries Edith (Jessica Chastain) and brings her up to a huge gothic mansion.

Edith soon realizes that not all is well in the Sharpe household.

33. A Cure for Wellness (2016)

Rated R for disturbing violent content and images, sexual content including an assault, graphic nudity, and language.

When an ambitious executive is sent to retrieve the CEO of his company from a beautiful but mysterious ‘wellness center’, he soon suspects that the spa’s treatments are not all they seem. He soon finds himself in a fight for his sanity, as he has been diagnosed with the same unknown illness that keeps the guests at the spa longing for an elusive cure. A horribly creepy tale of medical madness, A Cure for Wellness will make you reconsider going to the doctor for a while.

Lockhart (Dane DeHaan) finds himself sufficiently weirded out by the 'treatments' going on at the remote spa.

Lockhart soon is subjected to the terrifying treatments that go on at the spa.

32. Prevenge (2016)

Not Rated.

After the death of her husband, a woman who is seven months pregnant goes on a homicidal rampage, believing that she is guided by her unborn baby. A creepy twisting of the concept of motherhood, Prevenge will leave you breathless.

Len (Gemma Whelan) is left seven months pregnant when her husband dies.

Believing that her actions are guided by her unborn child, Len goes on a vicious killing spree.

31. The Girl With All The Gifts (2016)

Rated R for disturbing violence/bloody images and language.

In a dystopian near future, a mysterious fungal disease turns people into mindless, flesh eating zombies. The only hope for humankind’s survival is a small group of children who crave human flesh, but retain their ability to think and feel. When the base where the children are kept is invaded, a teacher and one of the children escape with the assistance of a soldier and embark on a journey to survive. A new and innovative take on the zombie apocalypse, The Girl With All the Gifts will make you reconsider what is and is not human.

Melanie (Sennia Nanua) is made to wear a plastic mask - very Hannibal Lecter chic - because of her zombie-like craving for human flesh.

The survivors of the invasion must embark on a journey to survive, armed with machine guns.

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