Horror Movies! Not everyone loves this type of movies, but if you are a fan of horror Movies, then this list is for you. Here is list on some the best horror movies.
- Release date: March 22
- Cast: Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss
- Director: Jordan Peele (Get Out)
Why it’s good: What starts out like a potentially familiar “home invasion” thriller quickly evolves into a twisted, freaky mind-game in which impressively disturbing new ideas hide behind every other corner. The movie, Us is about a mysterious family of horrific “doppelgängers,” but dig just a little deeper and you’ll find all sorts of fascinating themes and ideas. Plus, while the entire cast is aces, Lupita is simply amazing. Expect her to bring a nomination to the horror fiends early next year.
- Release date: January 18
- Cast: Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, Bruce Willis
- Director: M. Night Shyamalan Unbreakable
Why it’s good: While it’s safe to say that this bizarre third entry in a strange “anti-superhero” trilogy goes to some highly unexpected (and perhaps even unpopular) places, there’s always something to be said for audacity and unpredictability, both of which M. Night Shyamalan exhibits here with no apologies. I’m not sure I even like this movie all that much — despite a few great moments — but I respect its boldness.
- Release date: April 12
- Cast: David Harbour, Milla Jovovich, Daniel Dae Kim
- Director: Neil Marshall The Descent
Why it’s good: While most of the critics (and the opening weekend audience) made their opinions immediately clear on the new movie version of Hellboy and the reactions were not kind — I found myself having a fairly decent time with this R-rated adaptation — despite some obvious glitches in the areas of clunky editing and inconsistent special effects quality. Guillermo del Toro’s awesome Hellboy movies are lush and deeply imaginative pieces of dark fantasy.
- Release date: January 4
- Cast: Taylor Russell, Tyler Labine, Logan Miller
- Director: Adam Robitel
Why it’s good: A bunch of strangers awakens inside of a booby-trapped maze. You know the drill by now. Take a dash of Hostel, a splash of Cube, and a good portion of Saw and you’re pretty much up to speed on what Escape Room movie has to offer — and yet, despite its relatively familiar set-up (and PG-13 rating).
- Release date: February 8
- Cast: Jackson Robert Scott, Taylor Schilling, Colm Feore
- Director: Nicholas McCarthy At the Devil’s Door
Why it’s good: There’s always room for another “killer kid” flick if you ask me, and while this one borrows quite a bit from both The Omen and Child’s Play (yes, really), it also earns a lot of credit for being well-crafted, consistently creepy, and unexpectedly, well, dark. Plus that lead kid (Scott) is a pretty damn great movie.
- Release date: April 5
- Cast: Jason Clarke, Amy Seimitz, John Lithgow
- Director: Kevin Kolsch & Dennis Widmyer (Starry Eyes)
Why it’s good: There’s not much here that fans of the Stephen King novel (and Mary Lambert’s 1989 adaptation) haven’t seen before, the cast is great and the titular is brought to life (relatively speaking) in a very creepy fashion. Fair warning that this is definitely a downbeat horror story, but hey, so is the source material.