Did you prepare for Halloween movies this year – Best TV for Halloween
It is October already! Watching horror movies is always a great idea in Halloween. It sets you right in the mood and make things more enjoyable. Prepare the spirit of the holiday! And watch this list of best Halloween movies.
- Little Shop of Horrors
Little Shop of Horrors is a 1986 American rock musical horror comedy film directed by Frank Oz.
In September 1963, Seymour Krelborn and his colleague, Audrey, work at Mushnik’s Flower Shop, lamenting they cannot escape the slums of New York City. Struggling from a lack of customers, Mr. Mushnik prompts to close the store, only for Audrey to suggest displaying an unusual plant Seymour owns. Immediately attracting a customer, Seymour explains he bought the plant, which he dubbed “Audrey II”, from a Chinese flower shop during a solar eclipse. Attracting business to Mushnik’s shop, the plant soon starts dying, worrying Seymour. Accidentally pricking his finger, he then discovers Audrey II needs human blood to thrive!
Ok! This is a scary movie that will get on your nerves. Good for your Halloween that is for sure.
Paranormal Activity is an American supernatural horror film series, currently consisting of five films. Created by Oren Peli, the original film was widely released in 2009.
First-time director Oren Peli had been afraid of ghosts his whole life, even fearing the comedy film Ghostbusters, but intended to channel that fear into something positive and productive. Peli took a year to prepare his own house for shooting, going so far as to repaint the walls, add furniture, put in a carpet, and build a stairwell. In this time, he also did extensive research into paranormal phenomena and demonology, stating, “We wanted to be as truthful as we could be.” The reason for making the supernatural entity in the story a demon was a result of the research pointing to the most malevolent and violent entities being “demons”.
Ready to see Potter in different shade? The movie is pretty interesting, nothing very unusual or unpredictable but it is good enough to be considered.
Horns is a 2014 American dark fantasy horror-comedy film directed by Alexandre Aja, loosely based on Joe Hill’s novel of the same name. Daniel Radcliffe stars as a man who is accused of raping and murdering his girlfriend and uses his newly discovered paranormal abilities to uncover the real killer.
It is for real scary and not just that, it is very thoughtful. You will enjoy the music played along and the sexiness involved with some actors.
Ten years ago, Broadway diva Kylie Swanson opened the musical The Haunting of the Opera to a packed audience. That same night, she was murdered backstage by an unknown assailant wearing the mask of the play’s villain, Opera Ghost. Years later, Kylie’s children Camilla and Buddy have grown into teenagers raised by Roger McCall, a former lover of Kylie’s and the producer of a musical theater summer camp on the brink of bankruptcy.
5.The Nightmare Before Christmas
If you have kids, you can watch that all together. It is pretty fit for families.
The Nightmare Before Christmas was met with both critical and financial success. The film has since been reissued by Walt Disney Pictures and re-released annually in the Disney Digital 3-D format from 2006 until 2009, making it the first stop-motion animated feature to be entirely converted to 3D.