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If you’re interested in Supernatural Horror
I Highly recommend these 8 movies Of all the things that may go bump in the
night, the supernatural genre is a pretty expansive subgenre of horror. It can be defined
by anything beyond scientific understanding that�s within the realms of
nature; such as psychic encounters or ghosts. As recent filmmakers have blurred the gap
between Supernatural horrors & thrillers I�ve decided to focus on movies that rely
a little more on momentary shock rather than a held suspense of events. Mind you, that doesn�t mean that my selections
for this week will by lacking any suspense, but I�m going to be releasing
a thriller based video after this, which hopefully will exhibit a diverse assortment
of films. And for those of you new to this channel,
I try to avoid picking obvious movies, so The Sixth Sense and the exorcist won�t be
appearing. However I will put in a few popular films, just to keep people happy. Director J.A. Bayona Mystery dama, The Orphanage
(2007) Follows Laura, a former orphan, who brings
her family back to live in an old house, that used to be the orphanage where she was
raised. When her son tells her that he has 5 new invisible friends, Laura – thinking
her son has a rather powerful imagination, feels inspired to reopen the orphanage to
the general public. A film that takes full advantage of the errieness
of small children. The Orphange, in my opinion is one of the best horror films
released in recent years. It�s jarring and creepy; delivering a continuous suspense filled
atmopsphere that doesn�t rely on contiunus jump scares. The first act of The
Orphanage however does feel a little bit cliche in places, but its second act onwards
is brilliant, not to mention it�s well made sentimental ending. Director Dario Argento Horror drama – Suspiria
(1977) From the moment she arrives at her new ballet
academy in Germany, an American student realises that there is something horribly
wrong with this old institution. Following a series of bloody murders, she
slowly begins to unravel the dark history of this mysterious and deadly academy. With a combination of eerie colourful lights
and bizarre imagery, the best way to describe Suspiria would be a candy coloured
night terror that’s somehow merged with an upbeat yet disturbing soundtrack. Regrettably I�ve only just recently seen
this masterpiece, but I can safley say it�s quickly become one of my all time favorite
horrors, with its ridiculously red blood and quirky plot. But a warning to some of you, this film is
very slow paced and definitely not your conventional horror, so if you don�t like
arthouse-ish movies, I would probably avoid this like the plague. Director David Robert Mitchell Mystery horror
– It Follows (2015) After a one night stand with a guy she hardly
knows. A te enager called Jay has been left with some nasty life changing news. Her
sexual encounter has come at a high price where she now finds herself been stalked
by someone or something that none of her friends can see. Definitely one of those love hate movies – It
Follows is an incredibly tense film which at first sounds like your usual teen horror
flick, but in fact it takes a fairly fresh and unique spin on the horror genre. It�s first act could be considered too slow,
but I honestly think the slow build up only adds to the overall tension in the later acts.
However this film does suffer from one major problem, it makes use of my least favorite
movie trope �the protagonist throw�. Director Richard Donner Suspense Mystery The
Omen (1976) When an American ambassadors wife, gives birth
to a stillborn baby, he�s approached by a priest who suggests that he should swap
their son for a newborn whose mother had just died. After moving to London, a warning
from a craized priest – and mysterious events – leads him to believe that
his son could be more than just a child. Disturbingly bleak and unsettling in places
The Omen doesn�t rely on cheap shocks or gore, instead it gets into your head with
perturbing music & sounds, that�s merged with first rate child acting and a really
eerie atmosphere. It�s tense throughout with a well executed
and creative story that has first rate acting and cinematography. But I wouldn�t exactly
describe the Omen as a scary film as some of its scenes are fairly cheesy by todays
standards. Director Robert Eggers Mystery horror The
Witch (2016) Set in 17th Century New England; a poor couple
lives on the outskirts of a dark forest where they are trying to start a farm with
their 5 children. When strange occurances such as their crops abruptly dying and their
newborn son mysteriosiuly disapearing. The faimly begins to be torn apart by superstition
& paranoia. Easily one of the best horror movies I�ve
seen in a while, The Witch is light on jump scares and very heavy on tension n mood. Its
acting is fantastic, where you really do feel as though you�re actually watching
something from the past. With little to no exposition, some people
might find the story to be lacking, but the Witch feels as though it was made to be more
like a pychological drama that a horror. I wouldn�t call it scary, but it�s incredibly
disturbing- where you will definitely be thinking about it, for a long time after seeing
it. Director Peter Jackson fantasy comedy – The
Frighteners (1996) After a near fatal car accident, a man discovers
he is blessed, or cursed, with the ability to communicate with the dead. With
his unique skill he decides to take a change in vocation and becomes a psychic investigator.
But what his clients don�t realise, is that he�s in control of the spirits, that
harass their homes. One of Peter Jacksons forgotten gems, The
Frighteners is a funny yet spooky comedy that effectivly uses both slapstick and cartoon
effects. However it does have a rather dark and abrupt shift in tone during the second
act that might be of putting to some, who just want to watch a comedy. With an eccentric and original story The Frightneers
has aged fairly well and it�s definietly worth seeing for it�s great cast
and creative use of CGI. Director Tobe Hoopers Horror thriller Poltergeist
(1982) Follows a successful real estate agent, who
lives with his family in one of his firms development homes. After living there for
some time, strange events � and the presences of what first apears as friendly
ghosts- leads to the family being terrorised by these agressive spirits. With great special effects and creepy imagery,
Poltergeist is easily one of the most iconic and memorable modern horrors. I think
what makes this film so speical is its ability to make you afriad of your own home,
that or been alone with your Tv set. Sure it�s cheesy in places but that doesnt
stop it from been frightening, with it�s tight script, smart filming and intense ending.
Poltergeist is definitely a must see movie for fans of the horror genre. Director John Carpenters mystery horror, Christine
(1983) When an unpopular teenage nerd spots a run
down car for sale. He immediately falls in love with it wants to buy it. The cars owner
informs him that its name is christine and that it belonged to his dead brother.
But what the owner doesn�t tell him is that Christine is no ordinary automobile. OK I love John Carpenter and I love Stephen
King, so of course, to me, this video wouldn�t be complete without having Christine
in it. OK the general premise of the film is kinda ludicrous, but it somehow pulls
it off, without been too cheesy or unrealistic. Christine is still a classic in its own right,
where I honestly think it�s slightly underrated. Furthermore it�s practical effects
hold up really well leaving you with this highly watchable and entertaining horror. If you’re interested in Supernatural Horror
I Highly recommend these 8 movies

Other Supernatural horror I would recommend: The shinning, the conjuring, the cabin in the woods, the other and sleepy Hollow! Let me know what's your fav!

It Follows doesn't seem to get the credit it deserves, it's such a tense movie. I'll have to give The VVitch another view as I didn't care much for it the first time around.

The Director's Cut is definitively the way to go with the Frighteners, simply because to adds significant character development (including the famous scene with the unhinged FBI agent, I mean what were Universal thinking cutting that?) missing in the theatrical version.

Finally, some unobvious recommendations. It's been a while. Normally it feels like a top 10 IMDb list of a subgenre reading.

i don't believe tobe hooper ACTUALLY directed poltergeist. i've seen all of hooper's films & it screams of spielberg DIRECTION, not just production. hooper had drug issues at the time & there's a estimated 60-70% of the film that's spielberg-directed

Here you have a few more recommendations, The Changeling (1980), Jacob's Ladder (1990) , Gerald's Game (2017), Crimson Peak is not that great but I find it to be very interesting to watch.

Also Civil Wars and The Kingsman 2 are super scary. How can they have so many good reviews and yet be so ridiculously bad in so many aspects? terrifying.

The Witch is my favorite from this list.

Best thing about this channel is that it isn't just another top ten video list. It also chucks in movies i haven't even heard or have forgotten about giving me things to add to my to watch list that i haven't seen.

I saw the Frighteners in the '90s which got me laughing and frightened in various scenes.I didn't even knew Peter Jackson directed that one until I found out in Youtube.

Pretty good list overall but the quality of films you recommended varify greatly in quality as far as I am concerned. I personally could never recommend The Witch while despite being well shot and acted fails in two very important aspects, the first being not being scary in the slightest and the second being quite boring and failing to engage me in the slightest. Part of the issue could be that the film was totally overhyped so my expectations may have been set too high as I know others enjoyed it a lot. It follows while not a bad film in my opinion just seems to be out of place in a list containing genuine greats like The Omen and Susperia.

a thumbs up for not putting obvious popular movies in the list like most channels do so that they will have work less in trying to find good movies for their list

It Follows
The Conjuring Series
Sinister Series
Carrie Original,Remake and Sequel
Re-Animator Series
Mirrors (2008)
Exorcism of Emily Rose
The Rite (2011)
6 Souls (2010)
The Omen Remake
Dracula (1992)
What Lies Beneath
Jennifer’s Body
Fright Night (1985)
Fright Night Part 2 (1988)
Ghost Ship (2002)
Jacob’s Ladder (1990)
The Possession
The Others
Suspiria (1977)
Hereditary (2018)
Phantasm Series
Paranormal Activity Series
Signs (2002)
Hide and Seek (2005)
Deliver us from Evil
Ouija Origin of Evil
Daybreakers (2009)
Angels & Demons (2009)
1408 (2007)
Session 9
Princess of Darkness
Constantine (2005)
The Frighteners (1996)
Blade Series
The Dark Half (1993)
Suspiria (2018)
Demon Knight (1995)
Below (2002)
The Canal (2014)
Pulse (2001)
Dead End (2003)
The Dead Zone (1983)
The Devil’s Backbone
The Entity (1982)
The Changeling (1980)
Oculus (2013)
Insidious Series
Orphan (2009)
Case 39
Children of the Corn (1984)
The Serpent and The Rainbow
30 Days of Night
Stir of Echoes
The Howling
Mimic (1997)
Night of the Demons 1 & 2
The Mist (2007)
The Orphanage (2007)
Drag me to Hell
13 Ghosts (2001)
Cabin in the Woods
The Skeleton Key
Sleepy Hollow (1999)
The Craft (1996)
In the Mouth of Madness
Blair Witch Project (1999)
The Grudge Series
The Amityville Horror Remake
A Tale of Two Sisters
The Exorcist Series
The Fog Original
The Lost Boys (1987)
Gothika (2003)
Let Me In (2010)
Candyman (1992)
The Shining Series
Silent Hill
AnnaBelle Series
The Sixth Sense
Evil Dead (2013)
Dead Silence (2007)
Final Destination Series

Are my favorite Supernatural Horror Movies 💀🖤💀💀

It Follows
The Conjuring Series
Sinister Series
Carrie Original,Remake and Sequel
Re-Animator Series
Mirrors (2008)
Exorcism of Emily Rose
The Rite (2011)
6 Souls (2010)
The Omen Remake
Dracula (1992)
What Lies Beneath
Jennifer’s Body
Fright Night (1985)
Fright Night Part 2 (1988)
Ghost Ship (2002)
Jacob’s Ladder (1990)
The Possession
The Others
Suspiria (1977)
Hereditary (2018)
Phantasm Series
Paranormal Activity Series
Signs (2002)
Hide and Seek (2005)
Deliver us from Evil
Ouija Origin of Evil
Daybreakers (2009)
Angels & Demons (2009)
1408 (2007)
Session 9
Princess of Darkness
Constantine (2005)
The Frighteners (1996)
Blade Series
The Dark Half (1993)
Suspiria (2018)
Demon Knight (1995)
Below (2002)
The Canal (2014)
Pulse (2001)
Dead End (2003)
The Dead Zone (1983)
The Devil’s Backbone
The Entity (1982)
The Changeling (1980)
Oculus (2013)
Insidious Series
Orphan (2009)
Case 39
Children of the Corn (1984)
The Serpent and The Rainbow
30 Days of Night
Stir of Echoes
The Howling
Mimic (1997)
Night of the Demons 1 & 2
The Mist (2007)
The Orphanage (2007)
Drag me to Hell
13 Ghosts (2001)
Cabin in the Woods
The Skeleton Key
Sleepy Hollow (1999)
The Craft (1996)
In the Mouth of Madness
Blair Witch Project (1999)
The Grudge Series
The Amityville Horror Remake
A Tale of Two Sisters
The Exorcist Series
The Fog Original
The Lost Boys (1987)
Gothika (2003)
Let Me In (2010)
Candyman (1992)
The Shining Series
Silent Hill
AnnaBelle Series
The Sixth Sense
Evil Dead (2013)
Dead Silence (2007)
Final Destination Series

Are my favorite Supernatural Horror Movies 💀🖤💀💀

It Follows
The Conjuring Series
Sinister Series
Carrie Original,Remake and Sequel
Re-Animator Series
Mirrors (2008)
Exorcism of Emily Rose
The Rite (2011)
6 Souls (2010)
The Omen Remake
Dracula (1992)
What Lies Beneath
Jennifer’s Body
Fright Night (1985)
Fright Night Part 2 (1988)
Ghost Ship (2002)
Jacob’s Ladder (1990)
The Possession
The Others
Suspiria (1977)
Hereditary (2018)
Phantasm Series
Paranormal Activity Series
Signs (2002)
Hide and Seek (2005)
Deliver us from Evil
Ouija Origin of Evil
Daybreakers (2009)
Angels & Demons (2009)
1408 (2007)
Session 9
Princess of Darkness
Constantine (2005)
The Frighteners (1996)
Blade Series
The Dark Half (1993)
Suspiria (2018)
Demon Knight (1995)
Below (2002)
The Canal (2014)
Pulse (2001)
Dead End (2003)
The Dead Zone (1983)
The Devil’s Backbone
The Entity (1982)
The Changeling (1980)
Oculus (2013)
Insidious Series
Orphan (2009)
Case 39
Children of the Corn (1984)
The Serpent and The Rainbow
30 Days of Night
Stir of Echoes
The Howling
Mimic (1997)
Night of the Demons 1 & 2
The Mist (2007)
The Orphanage (2007)
Drag me to Hell
13 Ghosts (2001)
Cabin in the Woods
The Skeleton Key
Sleepy Hollow (1999)
The Craft (1996)
In the Mouth of Madness
Blair Witch Project (1999)
The Grudge Series
The Amityville Horror Remake
A Tale of Two Sisters
The Exorcist Series
The Fog Original
The Lost Boys (1987)
Gothika (2003)
Let Me In (2010)
Candyman (1992)
The Shining Series
Silent Hill
AnnaBelle Series
The Sixth Sense
Evil Dead (2013)
Dead Silence (2007)
Final Destination Series

Are my favorite Supernatural Horror Movies 💀🖤💀💀

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