1. BALCK AS NIGHT
Mixing teenage drama with the horror genre, black as the night is about a young girl who finds her kicks in slaying local vampires. it is one of the horror movies I love the most. The plot seems very Pulp horror, obviously. And the film does not shy away from harvesting that pulp horror angle. If you want some good old vampire slaying to take you through spoke month, give this one a try.
I remember seeing this way before I had a good enough understanding of horror movies Or the psychology behind this. What really struck out me was the alternate thesis of motherhood in this movie. How the protective nature of motherhood can very easily turn into horrifying possessive care. This one was a very different kind of creature horror.
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3. THE BABADOOK
Possibly my favourite from this list, the horror within this film is quite different from but I have experience in movies. Mostly because very few movies treat the horrifying creature this way. The Babadook begins with a Child’s imagination of a monster that they are immensely scared of. It ends, however, in the understanding that a child might observe the world more accurately than adults can.
4. THE WAILING
Also, one of my favourites and this one do it ordered from communicable infection, which cannot be understood at first. It causes people to, among other things, murder others. Korean concept of fear or Mowgli is different from the West, and you would see that in this movie. You may feel a little intimidated by it at length, but do give it a chance.
Want to suggest this one just as much as I want to warn you about this. This will get under your skin, and this will make you feel more than what you sign up for while watching a horror movie. It is about inherited curses and the subtle nature of horror. As an elderly woman passes away, her successor grapples with the fact of inherited curses. Been hunted and haunted by it.