Weekends mean hanging out, snacking or just watching horror movies. So look over our picks of some scariest ones.
This 1973 classic, adapted from the 1971 book of the same name, tell the story of a 12-year-old girl named Regan McNeil who gets possessed by the devil (恶魔) after using a Ouija board to communicate with her imaginary friend Captain Howdy. It was inspired by a true story. Novelist William Peter Blatty adapted his book from the tale of Roland Doe, a young boy in Cottage City, Maryland who underwent an exorcism (驱魔) in 1949.
Robert Eggers’s first build at a slow pace the you’ll either totally love or hate with a passion. The story is about a Puritan family who runs out of town due to the father’s pride, then sets up a home in a remote of the woods all by themselves. As the atmosphere builds and the family starts to fall apart, accusing each other of being witches.
The Babadook focuses on a recently widowed mom of a six-year-old named Samuel who, after reading a pop-up book about a ghoul (食尸鬼) wearing top hat named Mister Babadook, spends the rest of the movie screaming bloody murder and attempting to convince his mom that the Babadook is real.