60 Horror Movies to Watch if Youre in the Mood for Nightmares


Hands up if you’re in the mood to be scared absolutely senseless?? Good for you! Your options include checking out the current political news cycle (truly terrifying!!) or popping on a scary movie to watch with your long-suffering cat in the dark. I’d go with option #2 for the sake of your own sanity, so here’s a round up of 60 truly terrifying movies to get you started. And quick note: for the purposes of this article, a “horror” movie is anything that makes you feel, well, horrified.

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

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I mean, I don’t even know what to tell you. This Guillermo del Toro-produced movie features a deranged pitchfork-wielding scarecrow named Harold, a zombie obsessed with finding his missing big toe (um, what) and a girl whose spider bite explodes to release hundreds of spider babies. Thanks, I hate it!

Ma

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Hi, here’s a casual movie about a woman who terrorizes teenagers in her basement for you to add to your miles-long list of Reasons to Never Enter a Basement Under Any Circumstances.

Annabelle Comes Home

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Please take a moment to round up all your old dolls and sacrificially burn them. After watching this Conjuring Universe film about a demonic doll intent on murder! most! foul! I’ve realized they’re simply not safe to keep around anymore. Like, 10/10 your dolls are trying to kill you, that is all I’m saying!

Mother!

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I don’t even know how to describe the plot of this surreal movie about a couple living in a huge and desolate house who get visited by loads of creepy strangers—but at one point Jennifer Lawrence’s heart is literally ripped out of her chest? So…yeah. Fun!

The Nun

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Yet another gift from The Conjuring Universe that literally no one asked for, The Nun is about a—you guessed it—totally f*cked-up demonic nun who gets her kicks from terrorizing people at an abbey in Romania. Which is why I, for one, will never set foot in an abbey again unless the word “Downton” is in front of it.

It Chapter Two

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Great news for everyone who is uncomfortably attracted to Pennywise the Clown—he’s back! It Chapter Two isn’t quite as good as its predecessor but rest assured: it’ll still mess up at least two of your sleep cycles, so give a warm welcome back to your dark circles.

Alien

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The good news: Alien was made in the 1970s and therefore the special effects are kinda lol. The bad news: By “lol” I mean they are freaky beyond belief. I’m sorry, but watching an alien baby explode from someone’s stomach is never not scary, and my eyes are NOT OKAY.

Annihilation

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I don’t know what I expected when I saw this movie in theaters, but it wasn’t hiding under my jacket clutching my friend’s arm for dear life. No spoilers, but (loosely!) Annihilation is about a biologist who searches for her missing husband inside a toxic mutant-filled bubble. It’s absolutely wild, not to mention deeply disturbing and surprisingly kinda beautiful?

Psycho

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Just a casual Alfred Hitchcock movie about a murderous dude who’s living with the corpse of his dead mother and running a hotel, totally normal stuff, nothing to see here!

Pan’s Labyrinth

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This entrancingly creepy fantasy movie follows 11-year-old Ofelia’s descent into Pan’s Labyrinth, a mythical world full of *checks notes* monsters who eat children. Bye bye.

Midsommar

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Welp, thanks to this movie, no one will ever want to take part in a midsummer ritual. Ever. Midsommar follows Dani, who goes on a trip with her uncaring boyfriend, Christian, and his Swedish friend Pelle for his family’s (super-fun!) drug-induced midsummer celebration. The movie’s aesthetically-shot gore and claustrophobic feel are truly terrifying.

Moon

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What’s scarier than outer space? How about being in outer space alone with no one to talk to except a robot with the voice of Kevin Spacey? Yup. No thanks. While Moon is technically a thriller, this little indie flick about a man nearing the end of his (alleged) three-year one-man moon mission is deeply unsettling.

The Hills Have Eyes

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This 2006 remake of the original 1977 film is, hands down, the best example of a family road trip gone wrong. Basically, the Carter family strays from their planned path and ends up stranded in a government atomic testing zone. And who else lives there, you ask? Why, a family of bloodthirsty cannibals, of course!

Apostle

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Okay, honestly, this movie is insane. Set in 1905, it follows a guy named Thomas on his journey to the island of Erisden. Thomas is on a mission to rescue his sister, who was kidnapped by the island’s violently religious cult. When Thomas arrives, he quickly realizes there is something ~majorly~ wrong with this group. As in, they worship a creepy goddess and her equally creepy potato-sack-face-mask-wearing assistant.

Midnight Meat Train

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Yes, this movie is titled Midnight Meat Train. Yes, it’s set on a train (mostly). At midnight. Yes, there is a lot of meat (aka slaughtered humans!). And surprise, it stars a fresh-faced Bradley Cooper! Also surprise, this movie has one of the most mind-f*cky endings of all time.

Orphan

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Remember how badly Orphan freaked you out in 2009? Well, I have a feeling it’s going to feel a lot creepier now, considering this storyline might have actually played out IRL. And for those who haven’t seen the film, it’s about a couple that adopts a 9-year-old girl after recently losing a baby. To their horror, she turns out to be a full-ass adult serial killer.

Hounds of Love

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If you’re a fan of My Favorite Murder, then you already know that Karen and Georgia were both majorly disturbed by this Australian movie based on a true story (strike one) about a serial-killing couple (strike two) that abducts an innocent teen (strike three). It’s somehow even worse than it sounds?

The Others

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If you have not yet seen The Others, I am so jealous of your entire life and soul. The plot twist in this one is SO good. Nicole Kidman plays the mother of two children who are allergic to sunlight. They live in a big ol’ creepy mansion with a bunch of ghosts. I won’t spoil too much because, like I said, the plot twist will get you.

The Fourth Kind

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The Fourth Kind is a fake documentary that’ll continue to freak you out years after seeing it. *cut to me tonight at 3:33 a.m. thinking I’m about to be abducted by aliens*

In the Tall Grass

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Netflix’s take on Stephen King’s novella, In the Tall Grass has already earned its spot as one of the spookiest movies of all time. You will be uncomfortable for the entire hour and 40 minutes of this film.



Sinister

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A true-crime novelist is suffering from writer’s block, so he moves into the house of a family that was murdered. Which…wow, what could go wrong! While in the house, he discovers a bunch of spooky home movies that prove he’s in a much creepier situation than he initially thought.

The Grudge

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Shockingly, this one’s not about your Scorpio ex who still won’t forgive you for accidentally Liking that one guy’s photo on Instagram. Sarah Michelle Gellar stars in this iconic, ridiculously scary movie about a house that’s been supernaturally cursed. It’s the kind of thriller you’ll think about any time your jacket is making a weird shadow on your closet door in the middle of the night.

The Cabin in the Woods

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The Cabin in the Woods follows five friends who arrive at a cabin in the middle of nowhere for a trip. Naturally, they end up being completely terrorized by the undead. Although this movie will give you nightmares…it’s also a pretty solid excuse to avoid that friends’ trip your group chat keeps trying to plan.

Suspiria

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Amazon remade the classic 1977 horror film Suspiria and somehow made it even scarier? It’s kind of impossible to describe this intense movie about a witchy dance academy, but if you decide to watch it and feel that you need a palate cleanser after…we’ve got you.

Insidious

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The worst thing about Insidious is that it’s the one movie about a haunted house where the family is actually like, “You know what? We should just move.” But instead of being rewarded with a new calm, suburban lifestyle, they discover that the house wasn’t the problem. It’s actually their son.

Hereditary

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Hereditary is the rare horror film that keeps you guessing—or more accurately, keeps you screaming “WTF?!”—throughout the entire thing. Filmmaker Ari Aster’s directorial debut blends real-life horrors with the genre’s stalest motifs into something truly original.

The Exorcist

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This 1973 classic tells the story of a 12-year-old girl named Regan MacNeil who gets possessed by the devil after using an Ouija board to communicate with her imaginary friend Captain Howdy. Sure! Aside from being terrifying because it’s a movie about a possessed preteen who pukes green slime and pees on floors, The Exorcist gets extra scare points for being inspired by the true story of Roland Doe, a young boy in Maryland who underwent an exorcism in 1949.

The Witch

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The story revolves around a Puritan family that moves to a remote part of the woods, which we all know is never a good idea. As the atmosphere builds and the family starts to fall apart (read: accuse each other of being witches), a patient viewer will be swept away into one of the most satisfying endings ever. It’s so bleak that it received an endorsement from the actual Satanic Temple, that’s all I’m saying.

The Babadook

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Have you noticed how children are kinda automatically scary, no matter what they’re doing or saying? Like, they could just look over at you and whisper, “I wish I had some pizza,” and you’d be like, “AAAH! STOP!” The Babadook, which relies heavily on the “kids are creepy” feeling, centers on a recently widowed mother of a 6-year-old son who—after reading a pop-up book about a top-hat-wearing ghoul named Mister Babadook—spends the rest of the movie screaming bloody murder.

Paranormal Activity

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Every moment of Paranormal Activity plays upon the viewer’s ultimate fears: (1) people staring at you while you sleep, (2) the person you’re romantically tied to being secretly evil, and (3) actual ghosts in your actual house. Filmed in such a way as to make it seem like a real home movie, Paranormal Activity is expertly paced and leaves you dreading the nighttime scenes—for obvious reasons.

The Exorcism of Emily Rose

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Another exorcism movie that’s supposedly based on a true story, this one stars Jennifer Carpenter as Emily Rose, a country girl who goes away to college and then becomes possessed by the devil. Ah yes, the dangers of going away to school and all that, eh?

The Visit

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People tried to say this wasn’t scary both before and after it came out because it’s only rated PG-13. Those people are delusional. Regardless of the film’s rating, The Visit depicts one of the grossest, scariest takes on “creepy grandparents” to spring forth from a writer’s twisted mind. Naturally, said writer is M. Night Shyamalan.

The Ring

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Some people prefer the original Japanese version of this film to the 2002 remake, so if you have time, watch both. If you don’t, start here. Either way, anyone who’s seen Samara crawling out of that TV knows that the visuals in this tale of a cursed videotape are haunting beyond belief.

It Follows

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The primary bummer about It Follows is that the main events are set off by a young woman having sex—but the female lead is strong enough that the movie gets a pass for an otherwise non-feminist “girls having sex leads to evil” plot. There are a lot of legitimate scares in It Follows that catch you by surprise but are still very subtle, which makes the film refreshing, fun, and horrifying…all at the same time.

28 Days Later

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Zombie movies have pretty much been the same since Night of the Living Dead came out in 1968: slow-moving zombies, arms outstretched, making “urrrgh, arrrgh” noises while they lumber toward you. 28 Days Later comes at the genre in a new way by making the zombies fast and using an atmospheric soundtrack to really drive home the overall feeling of unease.

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

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Inspired by the horrific true story of Ed Gein, a Wisconsin serial killer who murdered people and made furniture and clothing out of their flesh, this is one of the creepiest classics there is. Even if you’ve already seen The Texas Chain Saw Massacre 25 times, it’s worth watching at least once a year because it never gets old. And even though Leatherface hacks up teenagers with a chainsaw and wears a mask made out of skin, you can’t help kind of rooting for him. We’ve all had bad days!

The Shining

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Jack Nicholson’s face is made of nightmares. Like, you know those rides they have at amusement parks where animatronic people come to life as you pass by and say something weird to you? Those things are him. The good news? Jack’s performance in Stanley Kubrick’s reimagining of the classic Stephen King novel is so beyond memorable that it’s definitely iconic.

Hellraiser

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A favorite of goths due to its heavy reliance on evil, pain, gallows humor, and metal body adornments, this movie is most certainly a night ruiner. The plot focuses on a character named Pinhead, who got his name because…of the pins stuck in his face and head. Make sense?

Halloween

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Director and composer John Carpenter’s use of sound and tension plus scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis’s outstanding performance makes Halloween a no-brainer for this list—even as you come to the hopeless realization that yes, she’s going to go investigate what that noise is, and yes, she’s going to fall while running, and yes, Michael Myers is gonna pop out with his creepy mask-face when you least expect it.

The Silence of the Lambs

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One of the most WTF movies ever made, this truly blew minds when it came out in 1991 (and won five Oscars). The combination of Anthony Hopkins as the seductively grotesque Hannibal Lecter, Jodie Foster as the take-nary-a-sh*t Clarice Starling, and some lotion in a basket makes this a highly enjoyable roller coaster of freak-outs.

Black Swan

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This is another one of those movies that people insist on saying isn’t scary but is, in actuality, one of the most terrifying films ever. It’s got a creepy, overbearing mom, finger skin that peels off, and Natalie Portman going completely mental in the best possible way. In other words, it’s got it all!

The Blair Witch Project

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Released in 1999, this movie was one of the first to use the now-common technique of framing a scripted film as found footage. [Editor’s note: When I saw this movie in seventh grade, I was so convinced it was a documentary that I had nightmares for…a year.] A group of friends take off into the woods to document the myth of a witch who kills people, and sh*t devolves from there.

Candyman

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Okay, all I remember about this one is that I’m pretty sure someone gets hacked up in a porta potty. Which is horrifying in more ways than one! Produced by Clive Barker, Candyman tackles the fears of a graduate student writing a paper on urban legends, which, naturally, leads him down a path of pure terror and blood. BTW, this classic is getting a 2021 makeover with verrrry buzzy names attached (ahem, Jordan Peele and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II).

Rosemary’s Baby

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The beauty of this classic is in what it doesn’t show. Mia Farrow stars as an almost comically neurotic expectant mother who, unbeknownst to her, shares a NYC apartment building with satanists. From the beginning until the moment the credits roll, you’re pulled along a dark thread in anticipation of seeing one thing, which is the one thing—sorry, mild spoiler—the movie never shows you.

Jaws

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Up until this point, this list has stuck pretty close to the tropes of creepy ghosts and scary murderers, but if you’re trying to give yourself a proper horror-movie education (that’s why you’re here, right?), then you need to see Jaws. Sharks are real and they would actually eat you if given the chance.

Poltergeist

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A lot of people don’t have televisions anymore, so there’s a good chance some of you reading this are unfamiliar with the static that fills up your TV screen when it’s not picking up a channel clearly. Take it from me: There is nothing more terrifying. This movie, about a family experiencing heavy ghost activity in their home, could very well have had a hand in people abandoning their TVs in favor of static-free laptops, phones, and tablets…just sayin’.

Carrie

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Yet another classic based on a Stephen King novel, this one tells the story of Carrie White, a small-town girl cooped up in a house with her religious nut of a mother. As the anxieties of high school life build, Carrie comes to find that she has, uh, special powers. I mean, who hasn’t fantasized about telekinetically throwing things at people who made fun of your period stains in high school?

Let the Right One In

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Sometimes when you’re young, the desperate need for a best friend outweighs the fact that the friend in question is actually a vampire who keeps themselves alive (and immortal) by killing people and drinking their blood. Good friends are hard to come by, so I’d personally take a loyal vampire over a fair-weather human any day.

Seven

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Very little can be said about this without giving away one of the best movie endings ever, but suffice it to say that Brad Pitt stars as a homicide detective investigating a serial killer who models each murder after one of the seven deadly sins. To say any more would be to let the head out of the box, if you will.

Children of the Corn

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Has that thing ever happened to you where you go on a road trip and stop for gas and realize that if you stray too many miles off the beaten path, people start looking at you like you’re from the moon? Those instances always remind me of this movie. Venture too far into the wilderness and it’s all just Children of the Corn territory.

Eraserhead

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This isn’t really intended to be a scary movie, but the slow build of never-ending unease—the signature of all David Lynch films—makes it one. It’s an abstract take on family life featuring a baby that looks like a shrimp you dropped and then forgot to pick up. Just watch it and go along for the ride.

Get Out

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Jordan Peele’s wildly successful directorial debut isn’t so much scary as it is highly unsettling, disturbing, and steeped in some horrifying truths about racism in America. The movie follows an interracial couple, Chris and Rose, on a trip to her parents’ house. It quickly becomes clear to Chris that something is off about the family and their friends. What he doesn’t know yet is that he’s being auctioned off to the neighborhood white people, and his allies are not who they seem.

Pet Sematary

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Based on the eponymous novel by Stephen King, this movie offers a buffet of nightmares. There’s the friendly ghost Victor Pascow; a back-from-the-dead, scalpel-wielding toddler; and a back-from-the-dead, mutilated wife. Note to self: If you live near a graveyard that allows you to bring back the dead, just…don’t do it.

Hush

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This Netflix Original had the potential to be bad—it’s about a deaf woman who lives alone in the woods and has to defend herself from a murderous home invader—but it’s actually incredibly well done. Fast-paced and surprising, it never patronizes its protagonist. Also, it’s genuinely scary.

A Quiet Place

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Who knew shushing could be so terrifying? A Quiet Place—starring IRL couple John Krasinski and Emily Blunt—introduces audiences to a post-apocalyptic world where the only means of survival is being really, really quiet—and if that doesn’t stress you out enough, there’s a crying baby involved.

Us

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Jordan Peele’s second horror movie lived up to the hype, and now I’m convinced my evil doppelgänger is lurking outside my house trying to kill me. The film stars Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, and Elisabeth Moss, and—while definitely a horror movie—Peele says its main theme is actually American exceptionalism and class warfare.

Don’t Look Now

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Kay, so this movie has the longest and most ’70s un-simulated sex scene you’ve ever seen, and that’s not even the scariest part. Don’t Look Now—starring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie—is about a couple in Venice that’s haunted/stalked by a tiny child demon in a raincoat, and honestly, both the pubic-hair situation and the sheer horror of the plot will shake you.

It

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It fully ruined everyone’s childhoods by introducing the world to Pennywise, a deranged clown who eats children faster than I eat pizza Bagel Bites. The original is solid, but if you’re in the mood to scream hysterically, the reboot starring Bill Skarsgård is what you need in life. That said, I think we can all agree that the scariest part about watching It is realizing you have a crush on Bill and spending the next few days worrying you’re attracted to clowns. Anyone?

The Conjuring

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The best/worst part about The Conjuring? How much of it is true. Set in 1971, this movie introduces us to the Perrons, a large family that moves into a creepy Rhode Island farmhouse and gets all kinds of haunted. Real-life supernatural investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren (played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) roll in to get rid of the demonic presence lurking in the house, and it’s all extremely nope-nope-nope from there.

Bird Box

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Bird Box is kinda like A Quiet Place, only instead of not being able to talk, people have to remain blindfolded in order to avoid spontaneously killing themselves. This movie had the entire internet freaked out to the point where I couldn’t even log in to Twitter without having a Bird Box-related panic attack.

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