Here is a list of Top 10 horror movies to watch on Friday the 13th

Published: 13th October 2017 12:13 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th October 2017 04:36 PM  

'The Ring' is a 2002 supernatural horror movie which was a remake of the 1998 Japanese film 'Ringu'. The first part in 'The Ring' trilogy starring Naomi Watts, was directed by Gore Verbinski. The movie shows Rachel (Naomi Watts), a young journalist, who investigates a video tape that kills its viewers within a week's time. Rachel's niece becomes the first victim of this mysterious video tape. (Photo | Youtube grab)
'Friday the 13th' is a franchise of 12 movies and focuses on the character Jason Voorhees who drowned during his childhood at Camp Crystal Lake due to the negligence of a camp counselor. After the incident, the other camp counselors are being stalked and attacked by an unknown person, while trying to open the camp site. (Photo | Youtube grab)
'The Shining' is based on Stephen King's 1977 novel of the same name. The movie shows Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson), an aspiring writer and alcoholic, who takes up the position of a caretaker at an isolated hotel in the winters. Jack, along with his wife and son, head to the hotel where his son starts seeing visions about the horrific past of the hotel, while the father slowly starts losing his sanity. (Photo | Youtube grab)
'Scream' is a well-known horror franchise created by Kevin Williamson and Wes Craven. The series managed to gross over 604 million US dollars. The first film in the series shows a teenage girl being terrorized by someone, after her mother's murder an year ago. The killer uses horror films as part of a deadly game to target the girl and her friends. (Photo | Youtube)
'The Exorcism of Emily Rose' is loosely based on real-life story of Anneliese Michel who underwent Exorcism before her death. The movie shows a lawyer who takes up a negligent homicide case involving a priest Father Moore who performed exorcism on Emily Rose. (Photo | Youtube grab)
'The Conjuring' is a film series which shows two of the many famous paranormal cases undertaken by Ed and Lorraine Warren, paranormal investigators. The third film in this franchise is in the works. 'Conjuring' has no comic relief which builds up the viewer's fear and startles you again and again. The hide and clap game throughout the movie brilliantly demonstrates the creepiness and will definitely freak you out. (Photo | Youtube grab)
'Wrong Turn' is part of the franchise of six American slasher horror films. The whole series shows a family of deformed cannibals who hunt and kill people in the most horrific manner. (Photo | Youtube grab)
'Annabelle' is a prequel to 'Conjuring' and was the second movie in the 'Conjuring' series. The movie is based on the story of a doll named Annabelle as told by Ed and Lorraine Warren, paranormal investigators. The movie shows how a couple starts experiencing supoernatural incidents involving a vintage doll at their home. One of the most important aspect of the film is it's cinematography which creates havoc with viewer's vision. (Photo | Youtube grab)
'The Exorcist' is a five-installment horror franchise based on the novel of the same name by William Peter Blatty. The movie follows an actress who starts noticing weird changes in her daughter's behaviour and even her physical appearance. The mother seeks help of priests to save her daughter from demonic spirit. (Photo | Youtube grab)
'Insidious' is a four-film franchise with the fourth installment scheduled for 2018 release. The first two movies revolve around a couple who do everything to prevent evil spirits from trapping their son, who fell into a coma after a strange incident at the attic. 'Insidious' is easily one of the most scariest movies ever seen. Right from the opening credits of the movie, tension starts building which makes the mundane life of the family extremely terrifying. ( Photo | Youtube grab)
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