Is there any other perfect time to indulge in a horror movie marathon than on Halloween night?
Grab those spare sweets from a night of trick-or-treating, invite a friend or two and curl up on your couch with a nice warm blanket. Turn the lights off and prepare yourself for a night of scares and screams with these 8 classic horror film franchises we listed down for you.
Friday the 13th
Starting off the list with the classic movie franchise that introduced us to the iconic hockey-masked slasher who victimized the naughty campers of Camp Crystal Lake, Friday the 13th is one of the most successful horror film franchises.
A group of students in an isolated vacation, a cursed audio tape and a legion of demons and spirits out to haunt them—Evil Dead is the classic cabin-in-the-woods movie franchise that will make you more cautious about spending some time where no one can hear your screams for help.
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Having our nightmares thread into reality is something we all fear to happen, especially if that nightmare includes a disfigured phantom that’s out to get all of the children of Elm Street with his clawed glove.
Hellraiser is a the franchise that serves as a gentle reminder for us not to touch any unknown objects without any precaution unless you want to be sent to a hell-like realm with the Cenobites whose hobbies include torturing souls for their ‘experiments’.
The film franchise that laid out the rules of survival in a horror movie, Scream walks us through a series of murders committed by a number of killers who took turns in taking on the identity of Ghostface.
Babysitting on a Halloween night will never be the same after you’ve watched the infamous Michael Meyers stalk and torment these teenaged babysitters. What’s more disturbing is that Meyers seemed to have a knack for coming back to life.
If you’re not already creeped out by dolls, then this film franchise will surely make you wary when you’re in a room with one of them. Who knows? They might be possessed by the vengeful spirit of a serial killer too.
If you’re one who looks forwards to having children in the future, this franchise may just make you hold those thoughts for a while for fear of giving birth to the literal spawn of hell.
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