BEST 5 HORROR MOVIES OF 2018 FOR HALLOWEEN
Horror movies are made so that to make us fear and scared. Here is top five best horror movies of 2018 so far you can watch for Halloween.
5. THE NUN
Cast: Taissa Farmiga, Demian Bichir, Bonnie Aarons
Why it’s great: You don’t really expect all that much from a spinoff of a sequel, but you can always expect some degree of quality when James Wan’s name is on the poster. This is a pretty old-fashioned tale of a suspicious suicide and an allegedly haunted convent, but it’s crafted with obvious care, not to mention affection for the horror matinee classics of the 1940s. Release on September 7. Directed by
Corin Hardy (The Hallow)
4.The Witch in the window
Cast: Alex Draper, Charlie Tracker, Arija Bareikis
Why it’s great: Proof that not every effective horror movie must be loaded with harsh violence or excessive nastiness, this classy Canadian import is about a dad and his estranged son who stumble across a witch’s legend that may actually be true! If the goal was to create a cool, creepy, family-friendly horror story in the vein of 1987s The Lady in White, then mission accomplished. Release in 18 October. Directed by:
Andy Mitton (yellowbrickroad)
Cast: Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak
Why it’s great: Aside from the underappreciated Halloween 2 and the bizarrely awesome yet unrelated Part 3 (Season of the Witch), none of the other franchise entries are all that memorable. In many ways, this long-awaited follow-up sticks to the same formula as Halloweens 4 through 8, but
this flick has the added bonus of Jamie Lee Curtis, front and center, anchoring not only a defense against the seemingly unstoppable Michael Myers, but also a surprisingly effective tale of three women coming to terms with some very old fears. Plus it’s one of the most beautifully shot slasher movies you’ll ever see, and that’s not something I ever thought I’d say.
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2. A quiet place
Cast: Emily Blunt, Jon Krasinski, Millicent Simmonds
Why it’s great: The world has been overrun by creatures who are completely blind, but have uncanny hearing and will kill anything they sense nearby. So how does a family with small children survive in a forcibly silent world? Find out in this unexpectedly excellent chiller that doesn’t need a whole lot of dialogue to deliver tons of suspense, tension, and plain old scariness. See this one with a bunch of friends, and make sure they all stay completely quiet. It’s part of the fun.
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Andrea Riseborough, Linus Roache
Why it’s great: There are countless movies out there about the cyclical nature of violence and revenge — just this year alone we got a Death Wish remake and a virtual remake called Peppermint — but it’s safe to say you’ve never seen one quite like Mandy. Of course we get to see the always-intense Cage lose his mind more than once as he sets out to avenge the horrific misdeeds, but we also get a surprisingly touching love story, a whole lot of insane carnage, and a freaky visual sensibility that we’ve simply never seen before. it the best return for Nicolas Cage.
So far I recommend this five movies best to watch during Halloween. Tell me in the comment what your best Horror movie so far of 2018 or any other Horror movies you have seen.
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