25 Halloween Movies You Need To Watch To Get Into The Season

No matter how much a scary movie scares me, I will always want the thrill of watching another one. These days there are so many ridiculous horror movies that makes me not to watch anything in that genre again. But thank goodness history shows otherwise! These following movies, in my opinion, are really good if you want a scare or if you’re just seeking a psychological thriller. It is easy for someone to ruin the movie plot for you, so I advise not to ask anyone about it. Keep reading for 25 Halloween movies you need to watch to get into the season. Then grab your popcorn, turn off the lights, and get ready for the best night of your life.

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1. The Conjuring Series

2. The Saw Series

3. Friday the 13th Series

4. The Descent

5. Human Centipede

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6. The Exorcist Series

7. The Orphanage

8. Jeepers Creepers series

9. The Ring (Japanese version)

10. Sinister (First one only)

11. Scream

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12. A Nightmare on Elm Street

13. Halloween

14. Psycho


15. Night of the Living Dead

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16. Texas Chainsaw Massacre

17. The Shining

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18. The Grudge series (Japanese version)

19. Exorcism of Emily Rose

20. Hellraiser series

21. Drive Thru

22. Dead Silence

23. One Missed Call (Japanese version)

24. Case 39

25. Silence of the Lambs


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Sofia Thomson

Sofia was born and raised in Philadelphia. She's a rising senior at Temple, majoring in psychology on a pre-PT track. The first love of her life is food as it has never failed to lift her up. The second love(s) of her life are definitely her friends. She's a huge Korean drama fanatic and could sit there and watch it for days...except of course when she's hungry again. She likes to draw, but words are how she likes to express herself the best. Her experience at Temple has been anything but cliché and she's still learning a lot about herself and the world around her, and she wants to use her words to share that experience with others.