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10 Scary Movies You Should Watch on Halloween

10 Scary Movies You Should Watch on Halloween


[Qataku.com] 10 Scary Movies You Should Watch on Halloween – Looking for a spooky Halloween movie to watch? We’ve compiled a list of the most terrifying and hilarious supernatural films released in 2021 that you should see this October.

10 Scary Movies You Should Watch on Halloween :

So, without further ado, here are ten films you should see this Halloween…

 1. The Banishing 

 “The Banishing” is based on the true case of Borley Rectory, one of the most interesting and infamous ghost cases in British paranormal history. . For  decades the Gothic Essex rectory held the title “Britain’s most haunted house” after a ten-year investigation by renowned paranormal researcher Harry Price, who starred in  Sean Harris’ films. The film is more of a spooky British classic, told at a slower pace than the big  Hollywood horror films that dominate the supernatural horror genre. 

 2. The Resort 

 Streaming from April, “The Resort” is an American supernatural horror film about four friends who go to a vacation island to investigate reports of paranormal activity at an abandoned resort. The film is written and directed by Taylor Chien, who created a gruesome myth about a half-faced girl who is rumored to be haunted by an island hideout off the coast of Hawaii that is forced to close after the unexplained disappearance of dozens of guests. . 

 3. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It 

 “The Devil Made Me Do It” is the newest film in the “Conjuring” universe  released in 2021. It is the third “Conjuring” film and tells a harrowing tale of terror, murders and unknown crimes that shocked even real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The supernatural horror builds on one of the most sensational cases on their file, starting with the struggle for the boys’ souls, then taking them beyond anything they’ve ever seen before, to mark the first time in United States history that a murder suspect has allegedly claimed. demon possession as a defense. 

 4. The ParaPod: A Very British Ghost Hunt 

 “The ParaPod: A Very British Ghost Hunt” is a ghost hunting film that follows the paranormal beliefs of Barry Dodds as he tries desperately to persuade his friend Ian Boldsworth, a relentless skeptic, that ghosts exist. travel to some of the UK’s most iconic haunted locations. 

 The comic duo started their paranormal journey  together when they sat down to record the first episode of The ParaPod together in 2015. Since then there have been a total of 30 podcast episodes, plus a few specials and all. , which recorded 2.3 million downloads. Now their podcast is the first to be a feature film and  a must for any psychic fan. 

 5. Halloween Kills 

 Jamie Lee Curtis reprises his role as Laurie Strode for the sixth time in this exciting new installment of the “Halloween” reboot series, which sees Michael Myers’ saga  continue. 

 The 2018 film ends when Laurie,  daughter Karen (Judy Greer) and granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak) leave Myers on fire in Laurie’s basement, but the trailer appears to pick up moments later with Laurie being brought in. urgency in the hospital with the injuries sustained during the last fight at his home, which leads him to believe that he finally killed the masked monster. 

 But Laurie didn’t know that the firefighters took it upon themselves to save Myers from the fire, not realizing how dangerous it was. A mistake that would cost them their lives and that would surely result in the loss of many more lives, unless the women of Strode banded together to stop it once and for all.

6. Malignant 

 “Malignant” is the latest supernatural offering from James Wan,  creator of the hugely popular “Conjuring” franchise starring Annabelle Wallis, who previously appeared in Wan’s “Annabelle”. Wallis plays Madison, a woman who is haunted by shocking visions of a grisly murder, and her torment worsens when she discovers that this daydream is actually a terrifying reality. This dark vision seems to have something to do with his imaginary childhood  friend, who may not be what he seems. 

 7. A Quiet Place Part II 

 The sequel to the 2018 film was originally supposed to be released in 2020, but was delayed due to the pandemic. The sequel continues the story of the Abbott family, who are now facing terror from the outside world. Forced to venture into the unknown, they realize that creatures that hunt with sound aren’t the only threat lurking beyond the sandy trails. 

 8. Paranormal Activity: Next Of Kin 

 `Paranormal Activity: Next Of Kin` is a reboot of the supernatural discovery film franchise that introduces us to a demon known as Toby who haunts the family of two sisters. “Next Of Kin” is the only “Paranormal Activity” film not to  be released in theaters, but will premiere in the US on Paramount+ on October 29. There is still no news of a release outside  the United States. The video-demand service will not launch in the UK until next year. 

 9. The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home 

 `The Sleepless Unrest: The Real Conjuring Home` follows a small group of filmmakers and paranormal investigators who live in one of the most famous haunted houses in the world, in an attempt to experience the haunting in a unique way. just like homeowners do. 

 In a new documentary, director, husband and wife, Kendall and Vera Whelpton, face the ghost of the world famous house that inspired the first film in the “The Conjuring” series. They are joined in their mission by paranormal investigators Richel Stratton and Brian Murray. Gang of four is unlocked for just  one night, or even 24 hours. Amazingly, they spent two weeks living with the ghost for the film. 

 10. The Water Man 

 A spooky cabin in a haunted forest, what more could you want from a ghost story? “The Water Man” is a new family-friendly supernatural thriller and the directorial debut of David Oyelowo, who also stars in the film as the father of an adventurous 11-year-old boy, Gunner. After hearing about a local legend about a ghost known as the Water Man hiding in the woods on the edge of a remote Oregon town, Gunner, played by Lonnie Chavis, sets out to find him.

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