Some movies bring you happiness, some excitement, and some feelings of love but cemetery movies shake you from inside out. Because these movies strike directly into your mind leaving you horrid for days but this horrifying entertainment is admired by a large number of audiences worldwide. Have you tested your bravery? Are you bold enough to watch all those paranormal activities staged on the screen? Because these hilarious movies might scare you with their spookiness and dreadful scenes like creaky gates, flickering lights, and shady settings to make you experience something real. But if you truly are a daring person let us recommend to you our top horror movies inscribed on pillars of the graveyard.
THE CONJURING 2
The Conjuring 2 is one of the movies from the Conjuring Universe franchise considered to be based on the real events that took place in England at the house of Hodgson’s in 1977. This case in real life was inspected by famous paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren after the news of demonic presence in the house spread all over the nation. The movie depicts Peggy Hodgson who lives with her four children and starts to witness some paranormal events in their Enfield house. Janet, the second daughter of Hodgson is possessed by an old spirit, Bill Wilkins who haunts her but people consider it a hoax. Nobody believes that Janet is not faking it but troubled by the evil power hiding behind the doors. But when there is faith no horror can overpower you as Lorraine gets back to the house. Ed and Lorraine together save the girl from the malicious spirit in the shape of a nun. The movie was notoriously intriguing and became one of the best horror movies earning more than $300 million worldwide.
Starring: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Madison Wolfe, Frances O’Connor, Franka Potente, & Simon McBurney
Release: June 7, 2016
Direction: James Wan
Hereditary is a supernatural drama about the ancestral curse on the family of Ellen Leigh and her daughter Annie Graham. The movie completely startles the audience with its merciless presentation of sudden but horrible deaths in the family. The story begins with the death of Ellen, the grandmother of 16-year-old Peter and 13-year-old Charlie who feels alienated after her grandmother’s death and bereaves her. Annie begins to feel a mysterious presence in the house and suddenly one night the most horrible incident happens. Charlie is violently beheaded by a telephone pole on her way to the hospital with her brother Peter and falls into anaphylactic shock. After this Peter disdains himself as the reason for her sister’s death and begins to be haunted by supernatural forces in his dreams. Annie realizes that her dead mother is behind all these incidents and tries to fire her book linked to their sinister generations. In this course of saving Peter, Annie and Steve die whereas Peter dies falling from the window of his house and the final scene is dead bodies bowing to Peter in the treehouse.
Starring: Toni Collette, Alex Wolff, Gabriel Byrne, Milly Shapiro, & Ann Dowd
Release: June 8, 2018
Direction: Ari Aster
THE CABIN IN THE WOODS
The Cabin in the woods is a dark fiction based on the supernatural presence experienced by a group of friends in a secluded cabin in the forest who call upon a sadistic family. The plot follows some college students spending their weekends in the woods including Dana, Jules, Curt, Holden, and Marty. But they are constantly monitored by Gary Sitterson and Steve Hadley from the lab for some mysterious ritual. After accidentally reciting an incantation they are attacked by ugly zombies who kill most of them except Dana and Marty who somehow make it to an ancient temple. The reason behind all this slaughter and havoc is revealed by Dana that human sacrifices are made worldwide annually to save humanity and please some cruel subterranean deities. Dana and Marty have the most inhumane experience that frightens them completely so they decide to let the world face its fate towards destruction.
Starring: Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth, Anna Hutchison, Jesse Williams, Fran Kranz, Bradley Whitford, & Richard Jenkins
Release: April 13, 2012
Direction: Drew Goddard
A QUIET PLACE
A Quiet Place is a post-apocalyptic fiction series revolving around the family of Lee and Evelyn who is living in an isolated world where sightless creatures have killed most of the world’s population. The family talks through sign language to avoid any noise at all that will risk the lives of all. Just after recovering from the death of their younger son Beau who was killed, Evelyn alone at home is sensed by the creature because she accidentally dropped a photo frame while in her labor pain. Lee, Marcus, and Regan reach home after seeing the alarm light where they find out that the baby has been born. After some other events, they also lose Lee who shrieks loudly to save his children, and because the aliens can hear even the slightest ratio of noise they hunt you. All these scenes in the movie scare the heart out because every single whisper brings death only and two of the members lose their life till the end of the movie.
Starring: Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Millicent Simmonds & Noah Jupe
Release: March 9, 2018
Direction: John Krasinski
Get Out is an American horror drama about the evidence of strange things happening at the house of Chris Washington’s girlfriend Rose Armitage. Without knowing that the Armitage villa is a cursed family estate Chris goes to spend a weekend getaway with Rose. Rose’s family is perplexed to see Chris being a black man and comments sarcastically on black people. Chris witnessed the nervous behavior of people around him as they dealt with an interracial man. After a series of events, he discovered that black people are objectified by this white family to use their bodies as hosts to white people’s consciousness. And Chris is another target to transplant Hudson’s brain into his body somehow he manages to escape from their captivity and is rescued by Rod. This racial horror is the most unique depiction we have ever seen in the history of interracial cinema stories because Armitages want to possess black people’s bodies for their immoral agendas.
Starring: Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones, Catherine Keener, & Stephen Root
Release: January 23, 2017
Direction: Jordan Peele