As Halloween is around the corner, what’s a better way to end the scary season than to binge-watch some of these horror classics?
Whether you like to spend your Halloween nights watching the typical horror films such as Candyman, or if you want to watch social issues be turned into horrific sceneries, we got you covered.
Dive into some of our favorite Halloween films, if you dare! Happy Halloween.
1. Vampire In Brooklyn (1995)
If you want to kick off the Halloween season in a humorous mood, Vampire in Brooklyn is the way to go!
2. The People Under the Stairs (1991)
Well, we’ll never look at stairs the same after watching this film… if you watched this film then you KNOW just what we’re talking about!
3. Get Out (2017)
Jordan Peele creates masterpieces and proves that horror films don’t need gore, ghosts, and mass murderers to make horror films.
He knows just how to scare his audience days after watching his films.
4. Tales From the Hood (1995)
Tales of the Hood will always be a classic horror film!
The mere fact that this film uses anthology to showcase problems such as racism, police corruption, domestic violence, and gang violence will forever be scary.
5. Bones (2001)
From the demons on the walls that grabbed people to the scene of a man getting eaten by a dog, we are still traumatized from Bones, and Jimmy Bones.
6. Candyman (1992)
Tell us how many of you dared to say “Candyman” three times in the mirror in the dark.
7. Us (2019)
We do not want to see our doppelgängers EVER!
8. Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Night of the Living Dead changed the narrative of how Black people were represented and showcased in horror films.
Actor Duane Jones did a phenomenal job of playing this 1968 film’s protagonist as he’s faced with a terrifying group of flesh-eating, undead ghouls.
9. Attack the Block (2011)
Who said that you can’t have comedic scenes in horror films?
Attack the Block not only does a good job at the jump scares but also makes us laugh.
10. Nope (2022)
Jordan Peele can’t be stopped when it comes to making horror films that stay with you for days after consuming them!
“Nope” definitely takes the cake for being one of his creepier films. And we can’t get enough of it!