Thursday, December 3, 2020

10 Must-Watch Horror Movies To Get Into The Halloween Hype

10 Must-Watch Horror Movies To Get Into The Halloween Hype

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The Halloween spirit is just around the corner. How time flies by, right? Soon, it will be November and the television will be filled with spooky feature stories and movies again.

If you’re looking forward to get more of those creepy vibes, look no further. This list of horror movies will give you the perfect dose of fright you’re looking for.

1. The Conjuring (2013)

Directed by James Wan, the movie follows The Perron family as they move into a new house where an evil presence becomes so apparent that they had to resort to calling paranormal investigators.

What makes it scary? It is based on a true story.

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