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Top Scary Movies 2014

Top Scary Movies 2014

Top Scary Movies 2014

Rob May 22, 2016 2:09 am #1 Ju-on, Ringu, the Japanese versions were the scary ones, placing the “ring” made other great very sary japanese movies subtext, like The Eye which should be on this list, . Also in only acknowledging the American version also made you forget other great movies, Also AUDITION should be on here it only missed by one year and more that makes up for it. Reply
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Top Scary Movies 2014

With this list, we will focus on the best scariest horror movies streaming on Netflix. These selections were chosen out of personal preference and Netflix viewer ratings. I’m sure they won’t resonate with everyone and some might disagree, but hey, that is okay. It can be difficult to find quality films on Netflix, especially in the horror section. Here are our best scary movies on Netflix you much check out right now!
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Top Scary Movies 2014

#1 Ju-on, Ringu, the Japanese versions were the scary ones, placing the “ring” made other great very sary japanese movies subtext, like The Eye which should be on this list, . Also in only acknowledging the American version also made you forget other great movies, Also AUDITION should be on here it only missed by one year and more that makes up for it.
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Top Scary Movies 2014

Over the past several weeks, The Babadook has earned extensive critical acclaim and become one of the most buzzed-about horror films of the year. It’s also one of two movies on this list that also made it onto BuzzFeed film critic Alison Willmore’s list of the best films of 2014. And with good reason! The Babadook is a simple but truly frightening horror film, and the creepy boogeyman at its center isn’t even the scariest thing about it. Amelia (Essie Davis) is a widow who can barely keep control of her hyperactive son Samuel (Noah Wiseman), whose rich imagination begins to get the better of her. While the Babadook itself is scary, Amelia’s insomnia-inspired descent into madness, which manifests in the form of rage and ambiguous delusions, is worse. How much of the threat is real and how much is in the heads of Amelia and her son? It’s terrifying either way.
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Top Scary Movies 2014

Sins of omission October 31, 2014 6:43 pm I don’t watch horror movies. I watched The Shining and I thought it sucked, nothing scary about it, I watched the Hilary Swank movie – The Reaping – even more boring. But then, I watched The Grudge and after that I haven’t seen horror films. You know why? Because I already watched the perfect one. Honest to god, The Grudge is the scariest movie ever and it’s a joke, a pity and a shame that you don’t feature this groundbreaking piece of horror cinema in your list. I am truly disappointed. Reply
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Top Scary Movies 2014

#Horror and #Netflix haven’t always gone well together (as far as streaming goes). Any Netflix subscriber is no doubt well aware that the horror section is often full of some pretty bad horror movies, otherwise known as B-movies. Either that, or they’re straight to video releases that not many people have heard about. In this list will feature the best horror movies on Netflix.
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Top Scary Movies 2014

My Fvrt movies are Hostel,wrong turn,Wolf Creek 2 ,Joyride,Saw 2 nd special mention to a movie ‘hellraiser inferno’ directed by Scott derrickson. Must See . Agree with bug ,it was really a scary flick .
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22. “It Follows” When you think of movies premiering at the Cannes, chances are you don’t think about supernatural teens-in-jeopardy chillers, but this year “It Follows” debuted in the Critics’ Week sidebar and by all accounts managed to be one of the highlights. As directed by David Robert Mitchell (“Myth of the American Sleepover“), “It Follows” is many things —it’s a fairly on-the-nose metaphor for the dangers of promiscuity, a superb modern campfire tale, and a loose imagining of what would happen if the cast of “The Breakfast Club” banded together to fight a horrifying otherworldly evil. It is also scary as hell. Mitchell captures the action in a series of queasy long takes, a welcome reprieve from the quick-cutting assault that helped define the “torture porn” slate of films, so the viewer is waiting for something terrible to happen instead of being bludgeoned with it; it’s artful and eerie at the same time. The mythology that Mitchell sets up makes a whimsical kind of sense (hopefully it will be left mercifully unexplored, should sequels be in the cards) and Maika Monroe (who starred in another killer genre film from this year, “The Guest“) is one of the most compelling female horror icons since Jamie Lee Curtis in “Halloween.” She is a girl whose fumbling one night stand ends up haunting her —literally.
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I don’t watch horror movies. I watched The Shining and I thought it sucked, nothing scary about it, I watched the Hilary Swank movie – The Reaping – even more boring. But then, I watched The Grudge and after that I haven’t seen horror films. You know why? Because I already watched the perfect one. Honest to god, The Grudge is the scariest movie ever and it’s a joke, a pity and a shame that you don’t feature this groundbreaking piece of horror cinema in your list. I am truly disappointed.
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Did everybody else see a different version of It Follows than me? Because it was probably one of the worst movies I’ve seen in awhile, and yet everyone keeps going on about it. The characters were about as bland and underdeveloped as you can get, the premise plays itself out within the first half hour, and by no means was it even that scary. It was very well done stylistically, I’ll give it that, but it’s hardly the “new horror classic” everyone is trying to make it out to be.
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AM April 13, 2015 7:14 pm Did everybody else see a different version of It Follows than me? Because it was probably one of the worst movies I’ve seen in awhile, and yet everyone keeps going on about it. The characters were about as bland and underdeveloped as you can get, the premise plays itself out within the first half hour, and by no means was it even that scary. It was very well done stylistically, I’ll give it that, but it’s hardly the “new horror classic” everyone is trying to make it out to be. Reply
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Ian September 11, 2016 2:49 am I would like to start my review of this list by stating that I am an avid horror enthusiast and have been since I was 12 years old. Though I have not seen many on the list above, it pains me to say that the one I chose to watch first was absolutely boring, had no scare factor whatsoever and generally speaking, was a complete letdown on all levels. I did my research on this movie ahead of time, browsing several ‘top modern horror films’ lists to find nothing but good reviews of the movie, including Rotten Tomatoes which gave this movie a 98% good review. Maybe the movie was simply wrongly classified, but Let the Right One In was the absolute worst ‘horror’ film I have seen in a long time. I suppose if you’re into long gothic vampire love stories with no excitement or scare factor whatsoever, this is the horror movie for you. Shame on whoever made this list. I would have picked almost any of the honorable mentions over this movie – a movie that was placed at number 5 out of 25 movies on a horror review list. As a horror enthusiast, I would rather have a horror flick with a poor storyline that had a great scare factor than a movie with an okay storyline but no scare factor whatsoever. This now gives me no reason to allow for any credibility with this review and frankly ticks me off that movies like this could even be considered horror. I think I got more of a scare out of Twilight. Reply
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I would like to start my review of this list by stating that I am an avid horror enthusiast and have been since I was 12 years old. Though I have not seen many on the list above, it pains me to say that the one I chose to watch first was absolutely boring, had no scare factor whatsoever and generally speaking, was a complete letdown on all levels. I did my research on this movie ahead of time, browsing several ‘top modern horror films’ lists to find nothing but good reviews of the movie, including Rotten Tomatoes which gave this movie a 98% good review. Maybe the movie was simply wrongly classified, but Let the Right One In was the absolute worst ‘horror’ film I have seen in a long time. I suppose if you’re into long gothic vampire love stories with no excitement or scare factor whatsoever, this is the horror movie for you. Shame on whoever made this list. I would have picked almost any of the honorable mentions over this movie – a movie that was placed at number 5 out of 25 movies on a horror review list. As a horror enthusiast, I would rather have a horror flick with a poor storyline that had a great scare factor than a movie with an okay storyline but no scare factor whatsoever. This now gives me no reason to allow for any credibility with this review and frankly ticks me off that movies like this could even be considered horror. I think I got more of a scare out of Twilight.

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