We select some of the best horror films of all time. don t look at them. As long as you are not afraid.
Tip: This is one of the funniest horror movie of recent years.
After the states were destroyed by a zombies, a small group of survivors left over from the population roaming the country fighting the living dead. One of the survivors, a college student (Jesse Eisenberg), meets another desperate traveler (Woody Harrelson) on the highway who loves to exterminate zombies in various fun ways. The company starts pulling away when they see two other survivors – the Wichita sisters (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) – trying to get to Wild Adventure amusement park, the only place rumored to have no zombies…
This is not the “Saw” you were thinking about! This is a short film that only lasts 9.5 minutes. There is no introduction, no preparation of the viewer for something grandiose, no bullying – basically, everything is “decent” for most “self-respecting” horror films. No. You “dive” into a picture with your head and immediately, absorb every moment. Honestly, that could be envied by the good half of full-fledged horror films.
Story: David, who work orderly in the hospital, tells the detective a horrific story about how he was kidnapped and forced to play a nasty survival game…
Empty Bell Ringing in the Sky (1998)
The most famous Japanese horror film, later filmed in the USA and Korea. The American version is probably better known, but the Japanese version is definitely scarier and cooler.
A young female reporter is investigating a mysterious superstition about a deadly videotape. In the house of the person watching it, first a strange phone call is heard, and a little later the person who picked up the phone is found dead. After her niece apparently dies the same, the reporter decides to take up the investigation and watches the unfortunate videotape himself. A little later, a bell rings in her flat.
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