1. House Of Wax (1953)
A true artist, Professor Henry Jarrod creates stunning wax sculptures. As an example of his work, look at his portraits of historical figures like Marie Antoinette or Joan of Arc.
Because his business partner Matthew Burke wants some of his money back, Jarrod is pushed to have even more graphic exposes like those in the Chamber of H…orrors published. But when Jarrod refuses, Burke destroys everything he’s worked on in the hopes of recouping some of his losses.
Even though everyone thought Jarrod was lost in the blaze, he reappears 18 months later to open a new exhibit. He’s focusing on the macabre for this show, but he hasn’t yet recreated his most beloved piece: Marie Antoinette. After meeting Sue Allen, his new assistant’s beautiful friend, he realizes he’s found the perfect model. However, nobody knows that he makes his wax creations in a unique way.
2. House Of Wax (2005)
A group of six buddies is en route to a football game. Rather than driving all night, they decide to pitch a tent and sleep for the night instead. The next day, the friends discover that their car is broken down, so two of them accept a ride into Ambrose, a small town. Ambrose’s main draw is…the House of Wax.
There is, however, something awry in this town, as the wax figures are astonishingly lifelike, and the entire town has been abandoned save for two murderous twins. The six friends are pitted against each other in a battle for survival and freedom from the House of Wax.
3. The Crazies (2010)
Sherriff David Dutton, his wife, and two other unaffected townspeople band together in a fight for survival as a toxin begins to turn residents of Ogden Marsh, Iowa into violent psychopaths.
4. Fright Night (2011)
Young Charley Brewster (Yelchin) believes his new neighbor Jerry Dandrige (Farrell) is a vampire and suspects him of a string of recent deaths in this remake of the classic 1985 horror film. Peter Vincent (Tennant), an ex-vampire killer and Las Vegas magi…cian, helps Jerry when no one else does.
5. One Missed Call (2008)
Leann Cole receives a voice mail from the future after the death of her friend Shelley, telling her the exact date and time she will die. On the scheduled day, Leann experiences strange visions and is attacked by a supernatural force while conversing with her friend Beth Raymond on a footbridge over a train station at the exact informed hour. Leann’s boyfriend Brian also received a call, and Beth runs into him on the street where he is found dead.
To help her roommate, Beth makes friends with Det. Jack Andrews. Andrews reveals to Beth that his sister was the first victim of a telemarketer’s prank. A search for Jack’s sister leads them to Marie Layton, a woman who is accused of abusing her two daughters. Beth and Jack are in a race against time to save her.
6. Sorority Row (2009)
There are many stories about sorority sisters trying to cover up the death of their house-sister, but in “Sorority Row,” they are being stalked by a serial killer.
7. A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010)
Dreams of death stalk a group of young adults as vengeance for the death of Freddy Kruger is exacted. Having been chased and reprimanded by this finger-bladed demon, the reawakening of old memories and the denial of a past of vengeance have turned this hellish dreamlike state into a nightmare reality.
8. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
When a group of Texas teenagers pick up a traumatized hitchhiker, she shoots herself in the van while they’re driving through the countryside. After the suicide, the group turns to the locals for assistance, but when they knock on the door of a remote homestead, their situation becomes even more surreal.
A family of psychopaths has taken up residence in the neighborhood, and the unfortunate young people are forced to flee for their lives. Leatherface, a deformed, chainsaw-wielding cannibal, is hot on his heels.
9. New Nightmare (1994)
As ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ approaches its tenth anniversary, one of the film’s stars, Heather Langenkamp, finds herself terrified by a phone call from a voice that sounds frighteningly like the film’s antagonist, Freddy Krueger.
The discovery of slash marks… on Heather’s husband after he is killed in a car accident makes her wonder. This is especially true when she learns that Wes Craven is penning a sequel to ‘Nightmare on Elm Street. It doesn’t take long before she realizes she must revert back to Nancy Thompson if she intends to defeat Freddy.
10. Halloween II (1981)
In the sequel to Halloween, Michael Myers proves his invincibility by continuing his murder spree despite being shot six times in the first film. Dr. Sam Loomis is back on the trail of Laurie Strode, his next prey.
11. Sleepy Hollow (1999)
The small town of Sleepy Hollow is cursed by the headless horseman’s curse. Constable Ichabod Crane and his new world ways into the muck of secrets and murder, once laid to rest, best forgotten and now reawakened with him holding a dark secret of a p…ast once gone spearheaded the investigation into the quagmire.
12. Halloweenviii: Resurrection (2002)
But Michael Myers isn’t done with Laurie Strode yet, and their feud comes to an end in this final outing. The question now is, will this be the last time we see Myers?
A team of DangerTainment reality show programmers, led by Freddie Harris and Nora Winston, plans to send a group of six thrill-seeking teenagers into Michael Myers’ childhood home. No one is allowed to leave the house because of the cameras that have been installed, but then Michael comes home!
13. When A Stranger Calls (2006)
Jill Johnson is stuck babysitting a large house by herself because she used up all of her telephone minutes on one call. A strange caller then appears and begins making bizarre remarks. To find out who made the call, Jill dials 911.
When Jill discovers that the call is coming from…within the house, she freaks out! Jill dashes after the kids in an effort to get them and get out of there as quickly as possible. How fast will Jill be able to get out of here? Is she going to make it? But you’ll have to see for yourself if you watch the film!
14. Prom Night (2008)
Donna’s senior prom is meant to be a magical, beautiful, and romantic experience. She should be safe from the horrors of her dark past now that she’s surrounded by her closest friends.
When the magic of the night turns to murder, only one man stands between her and the perpetrator: the man she believed was… vanished for good. They must now escape the sadistic rampage of an obsessed killer and make it through Prom Night unscathed.
15. Mirrors (2008)
When the Mayflower Department Store in New York was partially destroyed by fire many years ago, a former NYPD detective named Ben Carson was hired to serve as night watchman. After he shot and killed a man, Ben became an alcoholic and had to be retired from the police force. After his marriage came to an end, he moved into Angie’s apartment to live with her.
He hasn’t drank in three months, though, and he sees the job as a chance to start over. He notices that the mirrors are sparkling clean on his first night on the job, and his colleague explains that the previous night watch had a thing for mirrors.
Ben begins to see strange images in the mirror after a few nights, but his ex-wife Amy believes he is experiencing hallucinations as a result of his medication because of the lack of credibility in his past. As a result of the brutal murder of Angie in her bathtub, Ben comes to believe that he is being pursued by a malevolent force residing in the mirror.
16. The Thing (1982)
Early winter 1982, a U.S. Antarctic research station. There’s a helicopter buzzing the base from the nearby Norwegian research facility. When a dog escapes from their base, they use lethal force to put an end to its life.
Members of the US team fly to Norwegian… base after the Norwegian helicopter is destroyed, only to find that everyone there has been killed or gone missing. They do come across the charred remains of a strange animal that the Norwegians had set afire hundreds of years earlier.
After it’s been taken to their base by the Americans, they conclude that it’s an extraterrestrial life form. Over time, it becomes clear that the alien has the ability to take over and assimilate other life forms, including humans. It also means that anyone at the base is vulnerable to being possessed by The Thing, which only serves to increase the already tense situation.
17. The Omen (2006)
As soon as the observatory priest at the Vatican sees a comet, the Church believes that it confirms the impending end of the world. Meanwhile, Father Spiletto informs Robert Thorn, the godson of US President George W. Bush, that his wife Katherine just had a miscarriage, had uterine problems, and would not be able to conceive again.
As a result of Spiletto’s suggestion, Robert agrees to adopt Damien, a child who had just been born but had already lost his mother. After a tragic incident, Robert is elevated to the position of ambassador in London. Miss Baylock, the family’s replacement nanny, arrives after Damien’s nanny takes her own life at his birthday party.
Robert is contacted by Father Brennan, who informs him that Damien is the devil’s son. Katherine comes to realize that Damien is evil over time. Photographer Keith Jennings, who witnessed the priest’s death, shows Robert evidence that the boy is the Antichrist. As a result, they set out for the town of Megiddo to find out how to stop the boy.