Friday the 13th matches with horror movies, and thinking about pleasing fans of the genre and celebrating the date, we selected 10 scary movies (or not so). Get the popcorn and check out.
1 – Insidious (2011)
Josh (Patrick Wilson, 48) and Renai (Rose Byrne, 42) move their family to a bigger house. There, his son Dalton (Ty Simpkins, 20) has a freak accident and falls into a coma. As they try to save the boy, evil entities plague the family.
Available on Prime Video and HBO Max.
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2 – The Conjuring (2013)
The paranormal investigators, Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga, 48) work to help the Perron family, residents of the small, isolated town of Harrisville, who are being terrorized by supernatural phenomena. The film started a hugely successful horror franchise.
Available on HBO Max, Prime Video, Apple TV and Google Play.
3 – The Witch (2015)
The story takes place in the 1630s, an excommunicated father is forced to take his wife and five children away from the village where they live, they build their house near a forest and try to start a new life. However, strange events begin to happen in the place and the newborn baby disappears.
Available on Telecine Play, Prime Video and Netflix.
4 – It (2017)
Pennywise is a clown who feeds on fears and haunts the residents of a town. 27 years after his last appearance, he returns to terrorize a group of children.
Available on HBO Max, Google Play and Apple TV.
5 – Get Out (2017)
In the success directed by Jordan Peele, Chris (Daniel Kaluuya, 33) is an African-American photographer who travels with his Caucasian girlfriend, Rose (Allison Williams, 34), to meet her parents. But during the pleasant weekend at the family estate, he realizes that their racial difference is the least of their problems…
Available on Apple TV and Google Play.
6 – Us (2019)
Adelaide (Lupita Nyong’o, 39) and Gabe (Winston Duke, 35) decide to take the family to the beach for the weekend, when they are unexpectedly confronted by Doppelgängers, beings with similar appearances.
Available on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV and Google Play
7 – Mindsommar (2019)
In the film, we follow the character Dani (Florence Pugh, 26) who, after going through a great family trauma, decides to travel with her boyfriend Christian (Jack Reynor, 30) and their friends to the Swedish summer festival. And what was supposed to be a peaceful vacation, turns into a violent competition, with moments of tension and a pagan ritual.
Available on Telecine, Prime Video, Apple TV and Google Play.
8 – The Dead don’t Die (2019)
The humorous film is about a series of crimes that begin to draw the attention of police officers Cliff (Bill Murray) and Ronnie (Adam Driver). After investigating, they discover that the quiet town is being taken over by zombies, who go back to performing the activities they did daily while they were alive.Tilda Swinton, Selena Gomez, Steve Buscemi are also part of the cast.
Available on Netflix, Apple TV and Google Play
9 – His House (2020)
One of the best horror films of recent years, based not only on scares and dark things, the film brings a reflection and a terrifying look at the experience of being a refugee on European soil. In the story, by first-time director Remi Weeks, a refugee couple flee the war in Sudan and go in search of a new life in an English city, but what they don’t realize is that there’s an evil hiding under the surface of the place.
Available on Netflix.
10 – Host (2020)
The film directed by Rob Savage was recorded in the midst of social isolation. In it, a group of six friends hire a psychic to hold a séance via Zoom during the Covid-19 pandemic and a spirit invades their homes. The 56-minute film takes place entirely on a computer screen.
Available on Netflix and Apple TV.
After so many scary and dark things, a breather for the classic “The Witches”, but reworked. The retelling of Roald Dahl’s work is a fun story that mixes fantasy. A young man and his grandmother encounter a group of glamorous and extremely evil witches. Together, they try to stop their terrible plan to turn every child in the world into mice from succeeding.
Available on Apple TV, HBO Max, Google Play.