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These 5 Horror Films Will Give You The Creeps In October

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October is finally here, and that means nonstop pumpkin spice lattes and spooky times ahead. Trying to find a great horror movie can be a struggle at times. There’s no need to worry this time. We’ve got a list of five films that will surely force you to sleep with the light on.

Trick ‘R Treat

As the only anthology featured on this list, Trick ‘R Treat will spook you with four frightful stories. This critically acclaimed film spawned two comic book miniseries from both DC Comics and Legendary Comics. In 2017, Halloween Horror Nights in Universal Studios introduced a scare zone based on the film.

Warner Bros. Pictures

It

Which version of It should you watch? Should you take it back to 1990 with Tim Curry as the titular character? Should you watch the recent Andy Muschietti directed film that earned $700 million? The answer is….both! Whether its Curry or Bill Skarsgård, Pennywise will still give you nightmares.

Warner Bros.

American Mary

Directed by the Soska Sisters, American Mary dives into the extreme world of body modification. Medical student Mary Mason tries to make some quick cash as a surgeon, but she winds up with a bloody trail of problems. The film found success with five awards at the 2012 Toronto After Dark Film Festival.

IndustryWorks Pictures

What We Do In The Shadows

If you’re looking for a bit of laughter, What We Do in the Shadows is right for you. The film deals with vampires trying to exist alongside regular people and the troubles that ensue. Thor: Ragnarok‘s Taika Waititi wrote, directed, and produced this acclaimed flick. The success of the film spawned a television show in New Zealand and the United States.

Madman Entertainment

The Shining

The Shining is easily one of the most viewed films for these October movie marathons. It’s not hard to see why it’s a landmark in cinema. Its influence is seen everywhere from popular TV shows to metal bands. Not bad for a film that was somehow nominated for two Razzie Awards when it came out.

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