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Top 10 Scariest Movies of All Times - Watch on Netflix Now!

The Halloween time is over but let us live into the vibes and enjoy a little more. While we talk about the horror games that keep the spark alive in our stuck-at-home lives, we are here again with the best of horror movies. Along with this list, FAYVO offers tons of recommendations on travel destinations, music albums, eating spots, and more. Save your favorites on FAYVO, and share them with your friends and family.

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The list of films here is guaranteed to have you repeating to yourself, "It's only a movie, calm down, it's only a movie… ". So, here we go!

 

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The Blair Witch Project (1999)

The Blair Witch Project got popular after its release and became a horror sensation back in the 90s. The documentary-style horror movie terrified some audiences who weren't so sure it was fiction when it came out. "The Blair Witch Project" is a scary reminder to us that what really scares us is the stuff we can't see.

 

The Conjuring (2013)

The one that started it all. The Conjuring has produced a whole collection of sequels and spin-offs since it hit theaters in 2013. James Wan amazingly takes us back to the historical days of horror. He successfully delivered an extremely stylistic, visually striking horror film that stands tall amongst the classics.

 

Don't Breathe (2016)

Three years after the filmmaker, Fede Alvarez, made his feature-film debut with a surprisingly good Evil Dead reboot, he directed his own original addition to the horror canon. The movie shows a strong war between the wills of two people who have done terrible things but justified their actions to themselves.

 

Goodnight Mommy (2014)

Sure, many children are characteristically creepy, and identical youngsters are vessels for evil, pretty much without exception. Goodnight Mommy isn't all shadowy mystery—it delivers its share of explicit, sickening violence and psychological torture.

 

Hush (2016)

Like Gerald's Game, Hush has an imaginative yet simple premise. In the movie, the killer is making moves just out of the woman's line of sight. Watching the film, you might end up screaming yourself, begging her to turn around in time.

 

The Babadook (2014)

First appearing as a demonic storybook in the home of a mourning mother and son, the haunting presence of the Babadook soon proves to be far from extraordinary. As frightening as it is beautiful, The Babadook reminds us that there's no way to stay safe from our demons once we are aware of them.

 

La Llorona (2019)

"Except the past is always here, sitting right beside us, and so are its ghosts." This film presents a concept that filmmaker Jayro Bustamante brilliantly mines for slow-burning dread. It's the kind of a tale of mystery and imagination that prefers to get under your skin and leave you with the spur of horror afterward.

 

The Rings (2002)

A female ghost with long, black hair, super-creepy, that's what the spirit looked like. Quicker than you can say "urban legend," bodies begin piling up, and an angry spirit is crawling out of a TV set. Rarely has an American remake of a foreign horror film captured the original spirit so spot on. 

 

[REC] (2007)

Told entirely through a cameraman's recordings, the movie director's tweaked take on zombie flicks takes its time setting up the chaos, only to hit the accelerator in its final act. REC presents brilliantly staged early scare signals that the required in the beginning. Despite an unexpected, last-minute turn into the supernatural realm, the edge-of-the-seat tension is sustained to the very last second.

 

It Comes at Night (2017)

Now here's a plague nightmare for you. The scariest thing about watching this movie is a world where masks are the only tenuous security blanket you have. In the film, every other human being appears like a threat to your own health and safety. It feels like a few steps down the road from where we are now.