Top 100 Best Horror Movies You Should Watch With Your Buddies: Page 4 of 10

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The five heroes of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) peer down a darkened corridor, waiting for their chainsaw-wielding assailant.

70. The Boy (2016)

Rated PG-13 for violence and terror, and for some thematic material.

A young woman takes a job as a nanny for a wealthy family, only to discover that the child she is in charge of is a life-sized doll that the parents treat as though it is real. After she violates a series of strict rules, events begin to occur that lead her to believe that the doll is actually alive. Fans of films such as Annabelle (2014) and Poltergeist (2015) will delight in the story of yet another haunted doll.

The parents of 'Brahms' (Jim Norton and Diana Hardcastle) tuck their artificial son into bed.

'Brahms' stares at his nanny (Lauren Cohan) menacingly, shortly after moving on his own.

69. 47 Meters Down (2016)

Rated PG-13 for sequences of intense peril, bloody images, and brief strong language.

Two girls on vacation in Mexico decide to try a new activity; cage diving with sharks. Now they’re trapped in a shark cage at the bottom of the ocean, with limited oxygen and great whites circling nearby. Fans of shark thrillers like Jaws (1975) and Sharknado (2013) will delight in this new oceanic disaster.

One of the divers gets up close and personal with a massive great white shark.

Lisa (Mandy Moore) is trapped in the crushing darkness of the ocean with several hungry sharks.

68. The Transfiguration (2016)

Unrated.

When a troubled teen with a fascination with vampires meets an equally alienated girl, the two form a bond that begins to blur the lines between fantasy and reality. Fans of classic vampires and slow, creepy narratives will definitely enjoy this independent film.

Milo (Eric Ruffin) is an outcasted teen obsessed with vampire lore.

Milo and Sophie (Chloe Levine) form a bond that affects Milo's psychological health.

67. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (2016)

Rated R for sequences of violence throughout.

The final installment of the Resident Evil franchise returns to where it all began: The Hive in Raccoon City. The Umbrella Corporation is gathering its forces for a final strike against the remainder of humanity, and Alice is the only one who can stop them. Followers of the franchise will be on the edge of their seats for the last stand.

Alice (Milla Jovovich) runs from a horde of undead.

Everyone's favorite gunslinger returns in the final installment of this iconic horror franchise.

66. Before I Wake (2016)

Rated PG-13 for violent content and terror, including disturbing images.

A couple decides to take in an 8 year old boy who is terrified of falling asleep. After discovering that the reason why is that his dreams manifest into reality. In order to save their newfound family, the couple must embark on a journey to uncover the truth behind his nightmares.

Jessie (Kate Bosworth) and Mark (Thomas Jane) regard an inexplicable butterfly that has manifested from their adoptive son's mind while he sleeps.

A night terror leans over Cody (Jacob Tremblay) as he sleeps.

65. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013)

Rated R for strong fantasy horror and gore, brief sexuality/nudity, and language.

Years after their encounter with a witch in a candy house, Hansel and Gretel are famous witch hunters. Now, they find themselves up against a powerful dark witch who is abducting children for use in a wicked spell. Those who enjoy twisted fairytales and battles against darkness will delight in this reimagining of the classic children’s tale.

Hansel (Jeremy Renner) and Gretel (Gemma Arterton) are witch hunters on the trail of a powerful coven.

The hunters interrogate a well-known witch for information about the approaching Blood Moon rite.

64. Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)

Rated PG-13 for disturbing images, terror, and thematic elements.

In 1967 Los Angeles, a mother and two daughters add a new trick to enhance their séance scam. This invites an evil presence into their home, and they must fight for their lives. Fans of other movies involving Oujia boards and malevolent spirits will delight in the latest manifestation of these ancient horrors.

The youngest daughter Doris (Lulu Wilson) seems greatly affected by whatever the Ouija board has unleashed on the Zander family.

Doris attacks a young man (Parker Mack) in the cellar of the Zander home.

63. The Thing (2011)

Rated R for strong creature violence and gore, disturbing images, and language.

When an ancient alien spacecraft is discovered buried in the Arctic, the remains of the occupant are cut out of the ice and taken back to the camp. Once the alien defrosts, it begins infecting those around it, making them devolve into versions of the creature. Fans of the iconic Alien franchise and other sci-fi horror movies will delight in this creepy tale of extraterrestrials.

The remains of the spacecraft's occupant are studied at the remote Arctic laboratory.

One of the scientific team members drops to his knees in the snow as he devolves into a form of the alien creature they dug up from the spacecraft.

62. Krampus (2015)

Rated PG-13 for sequences of horror violence/terror, language, and some drug material.

The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, but for Max (Emjay Anthony) has become disillusioned. Little does he know that this lack of holiday spirit has unleashed an ancient demon called Krampus, who is intent on punishing non-believers. Even horror fans need a little bit of holiday cheer; now you can be scared and jolly with this new holiday horror classic.

A jolly elf decoration becomes a portent of evil under the influence of Krampus.

Though Krampus is a little bit like Santa - he sees you when you're sleeping, and knows when you're awake - he is most definitely not a jolly fat man bearing gifts.

61. The Descent (2005)

Rated R for strong violence/gore and language.

A year after the death of her husband and daughter, a woman goes on a caving expedition with her friends. They become trapped in the cave, and encounter a species of bloodthirsty predators. Fans of films such as 47 Meters Down (2016) will love this creepy adventure in a cave that seems like hell.

With little caving experience and a lack of supplies, the women fight for their lives against a terrifying enemy.

Beth (Alex Reid) finds herself in a pit of what looks to be blood.

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