1. The Shining (1980)
- Comments: It is an excellent and fantastic film, right down my alley! I love love psychological horror film that is not too much cutting/ blooding parts! :) In fact, Jack Nicholson's (staring Jack) acting is fantastically amazing! His face's expression is beyond scary, regardless of all makeup/effects that people use in horror film nowadays. Moreover, Shelly Duvall (Jack's wife) is great also! And I love Danny a lot too! He's just so cute! This film, I have to say, my favorite horror film so far!
- Comments: This is a great classic black and white American movie with acceptable scary scenes in my opinion! Ranked among the greatest films of all time and after Hitchcock's death, Universal studios began producing follow-ups, three sequels, Psycho II, III, IV- The Beginning, a remake in 1998 (which in my opinion is far worst even though they keep the same voices and sounds but different actors/actresses), and a television movie spin-off. Honestly, I enjoy the original Psycho the best. I also watched the 3 sequels and the remake (which I fast-forwarded for I found it's the same thing but with horrible acting), not the tv version though. My favorite also!!! Love love these types of psycho horror!!!
- Intro & Plot: The Sixth Sense is an American supernatural thriller and drama film directed by M. Night Shyamalan. The film tells the story of a "troubled" boy who possess the ability to see dead people that meets a also "troubled" child psychologist who tries to help him. The film is famous for its surprise ending and its great plot.
- Comments: The movie got quite boring at first to me for it didn't scare me or anything, but it gets so intense towards the end. I love its surprise ending that made me go "ohh ahh." :) A really meaningful and must-see movie, ya'll!!!
- Comments: This movie is very worth watching! Go watch it right now for it's still shown in some of your local theaters. I love the lot and the meaning of it! Mama's love is forever, indeed! It gets really emotional at the end though. It's my favorite modern horror film, I would say! One thing I don't like is that they draw our attention to a well-seen figure of Mama (too much of the effects) that makes "MY MAMA" literally ruined! EEK, rather that that, it's cool!
5. Let Me In (2010)
- Comments: This remake English version is said to have stayed pretty true to its original film and produced by Hammer films (which also produced The Woman In Black in 2010- staring Happy Potter as I'd love to say that I also did a review on- you can read it, here: Horror Movies Worth Watching- Part 1)
My mind has gone quite messed up after watching so many horror movies in that short amount of time, jk! :)) Thanks for reading though! Remember to stay awake and inspired!