10 Movies That Could Scare You to Death!
10. Jaws (1975)
The music alone scared you to death. And whatever happened next wasn't going to be pretty.
The truth is that after seeing this we all avoided the beaches and water for some time.
The Sharks ruled. !!!
9. The Omen (1976)
We learned one thing, don't adopt any child without seeing who the parents are. Scary as hell.
That little was everyone's worst nightmare. And that Devil was so cute...at first!!!
8. The Sixth Sense (1999)
We're drawn in slowly, wondering what is going on. It's a mystery that will leave
us unnerved. Are we alive or dead? Is every room or street filled with dead people?
Are we part of it? Goodness!
7. Psycho (1960)
After people saw this one, nobody was jumping in the shower.
No, we couldn't help wondering about all that blood, that knife,
and lastly, who may or may not be keeping a dead person (strangely
alive) in his or her house.
6. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
Talk about alien terror. Make sure there are no pods under your
bed or in your back yard. And please don't close your eyes!
EVER!! This movie felt real, and you likely had nightmares later.
5. Silence of the Lambs (1991)
This movie was the personification of absolute evil. Hannibal Lector could kill
you in a blink, eat you, strike terror in a thousand ways. Never, Ever, put your
guard down. And if you did....Bye-Bye.
4. Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Whatever you did you had to remember, "Don’t Fall Asleep.” Freddy Krueger
wasn't a nice guy!!
3. Alien (1979)
The tension builds, you get emotionally involved with that distant, mysterious
planet and all its characters. Then, when you think you are safe, you are
shocked out of your pants. Fight for your life!!!
2. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
I'm still scared to go to Texas after watching this movie. Need I say more!!!
And the number movie that could scare you to death is…
Monster growl please…
1. The Exorcist (1973)
Back in the day, this had to be the masterpiece of horror. We were so
horrified by what we heard, many refused to go see it. Linda Blair
gave the performance of her life, and left us petrified.