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Top Horror Movies That Were Surprisingly Good

When people listen to the name “horror movies”, a sudden mysterious chill starts running through their nerves. They feel fear, excitement and other emotions, all at the same time. There are a lot of horror movies which successfully won the hearts of people. You have two options this weekend – either to play mobile kiwi casinos or try watching one of the best horror movies on your TV. We are sure you wouldn’t mind either of them.

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This article brings you a list of the top 5 horror movies that were surprisingly good.

1.      Get Out (2017)

Jordan Peele, the comedian, officially became a director with this movie and it was placed amongst the best films of 2017. Rotten Tomatoes gave this movie a remarkable 99 percent fresh rating. This fan favorite movie’s cast has acted brilliantly and its story is expressed cleverly. Peele didn’t rely on common jump scares but created tension by structuring the horror systematically all through the movie.

2.      Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)

The original movie – Ouija – didn’t perform well and there were expectations that this prequel won’t be any different. But a superior character development and an engrossed plotline developed this as an interesting story for the audience. Several critics praised the film for skillfullycombining periodic piece with the haunted house horror. Though this movie didn’t reinvent the exorcism genre, it significantly is better than its previous versions and features robust acting.

3.      New Nightmare (1994)

New Nightmare was directed by Wes Craven and technically, this movie is a part of “A Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise but it does not follow the continuity of a series. Rather, you can see Freddy Krueger as more sinister interacting with people at the back of movies, involving Wes Craven and Heather Langenkamp. Critics well received this unique pick on the franchise and character as well and praised Craven for driving horror films in real life.

4.      Scream 4 (2011)

This was the last movie Wes Craven directed before his death and it came over a decade later after the release of “Scream 3”. “Scream 3” didn’t perform well so the expectations from “Scream 4” to perform well were also less. Though it was not better than the first one but was far ahead of the third installment. Critics praised the script written by Kevin Williamson and direction of Wes Craven.

5.      Evil Dead (2013)

The original trilogy of “Evil Dead” was a very popular series amongst the fans of horror movies and this meant that this 2013 remake will receive much scrutiny from fans as well as critics. But, moving ahead from most horror remakes, this movie delivered. The focus was much on horror and little on camp, the result was that “Evil Dead” gave a really terrifying experience to the audience.

Horror movies are best watched with your friends, since the action can be too tough and you might just feel a bit too uneasy and frightened alone. Even then it may not work at times. Did you know for instance that people have died while watching The Conjuring in the movie halls? Which one is your favorite horror movie till now? Let us know in the comments below!

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