10 Movies You’ll Regret Watching From Netflix and Chills

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10 Movies You’ll Regret Watching From Netflix and Chills

Netlfix brings new chilling movie and TV shows for October and there is a little something for everyone. From vampires, killer dolls, to paranormal.

Netlfix brings new chilling movie and TV shows for October and there is a little something for everyone. From vampires, killer dolls, to paranormal.

Image via Netflix

Netlfix brings new chilling movie and TV shows for October and there is a little something for everyone. From vampires, killer dolls, to paranormal.

Image via Netflix

Image via Netflix

Netlfix brings new chilling movie and TV shows for October and there is a little something for everyone. From vampires, killer dolls, to paranormal.

Betsy Segura, Staff Writer

Planning a movie marathon, but not quite sure what to watch yet? There are many classics, remakes, and a few unfamiliar and alluring films that will scare the bejeezus out of you. Not through gore, but through inevitable fear. Here are our top ten picks for you.

1. The Shining

A 1980 classic horror film based on the works of Stephen King. The Torrance family moves into what seems to be the perfect home- once a hotel- but what they don’t know is that the hotel has a dark past. The hotel’s previous caretaker went insane, killed his family and then himself. As supernatural forces begin to deteriorate Jack Torrance’s sanity, one question remains: will history repeat itself?

2. Interview with a Vampire

A classic film from 1994 starring Brad Pitt as a human, Louis de Pointe du Lac who blames himself for his brother’s death. Seeking to commit suicide, Louis catches the attention of Lestat de Lioncourt (Tom Cruise), a vampire seeking for meaning in his life. Lestat turns Louis against his will, eventually turning a 5-year old child by the name of Claudia(Kirsten Dunst) to join their “family”.  Though the movie falls under the genre of Drama/Fantasy, it is a must-see for Halloween.

3. Raw

Is a French-Belgian horror drama film following Justine- a young vegetarian starting her first semester at veterinary school with her older sister Alexia. The sisters participate in a hazing ritual where the girls are forced to eat raw rabbit kidneys. At first, Justine refuses, but with some convincing, she eats it and soon after she develops a taste for raw meat, specifically human flesh.

4. The Conjuring

Is a 2013 American supernatural film that takes place in 1971 Rhode Island. Roger and Carolyn Perron move into a farmhouse with their five daughters: Andrea, Nancy, Christine, Cindy, and April as well as their dog Sadie who refuses to enter the home. Whilst playing, one of the girls finds a boarded-up entrance to a cellar and shortly after, paranormal events begin to occur. If you like this movie, you’ll like the sequel The Conjuring 2, and a spin-off prequel, The Nun.

5. The Babadook

Starts off with Amelia Vanek, a widowed mother of rambunctious 6-year-old Samuel. Sam begins to display erratic behavior, talking to an imaginary monster. He asks his mother to read him a pop-up storybook, Mister Babadook, which describes a humanoid monster that torments its victims once they become aware of its existence. Will Amelia and Sam become another victim?

6. Get Out

Features African American photographer Chris Washington who decides to reluctantly meet his Caucasian girlfriend’s family. When he arrives, he finds that the estate has black workers who seemingly act unnaturally. The Armitage host an annual get together, a majority of their hosts being wealthy white people who compliment Chris for his physique. As Chris continues to grow uncomfortable, he sends a picture to a friend who identifies the man in the image as a missing person. What exactly is going on?

7. The Boy

Follows American Greta Evans to a small town in the United Kingdom where she has been hired as a nanny by the Heelshires. The only problem? Greta was hired to babysit a porcelain doll by the name of Brahms that the Heelshires treat like a son. When Greta ignores the specific set of instructions given to her, paranormal activity ensues. Rules were not to meant to be broken.

8. The Quiet Place

Takes place in the year 2020 with most of the human population wiped out by an unknown creature that, although sightless, hunts everything that makes noise. The Abbott family seem to have made it through the apocalypse due to communicating by American Sign Language. But what happens when Evelyn becomes pregnant? Surely, even the pains of labor cannot be stifled.

9. Hush

Follows Maddie Young, a deaf author, into the woods where unbeknownst to her, she becomes a target for a masked killer. Upon discovering Maddie is deaf and mute, the killer grows cocky. But what he doesn’t know is the Maddie’s will to live is stronger than his urge to kill.

10. The Purge

Consists of four films set in a future dystopian America where all crime is legal for a full 12 hours once a year. If you like corrupt governments where the affluent are immune to consequences, these are the movies for you.

Make sure to watch the movies in order, you’ll be disgusted by our government.

The print version of this article appeared Tuesday, Oct. 23.

 

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