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5 Horror Movies You Need To Watch Before Halloween

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It’s officially Halloween season, which means you can start breaking out your favorite spooky movies to watch late at night— if you dare. We’ve listed the best movies to watch this season. Some are new, but others are classics that will provide the best nostalgia and horror Halloween has to offer.

Get Spooky With “The Witch”

Any film that involves witches is bound to be scary. This includes the 2015 horror film, The Witch. Set in the 1630s, a family moves into a new home next to a forest. The setting alone calls for horror. When the youngest son disappears, more “witchy” things happen, leading to paranoia and the family turning on one another.

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“The Visit” Gives You Trust Issues

You would never imagine your grandparents would be evil. But that’s exactly what happens in the 2015 film, The Visit. Siblings Becca and Tyler visit their maternal grandparents for the first time. All seems well until the siblings notice strange behaviors from their seemingly normal grandparents. This film will give you major trust issues.

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Hide Under The Covers With “The Conjuring”

One of the best horror films from this decade, The Conjuring, is everything you want in a good horror film. Lorraine and Ed Warren are paranormal investigators and they’re assigned to help the Perron family. While the couple is visiting the house, they’re thrown into a horrific adventure. It gets better: the film is based off a true story. Freaky, right?

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Watch The Original “Halloween”

Can you really celebrate Halloween without watching the 1978 classic, Halloween? Michael Myers was locked away for 15 years after murdering his sister. But while he’s being transferred for a court date, Myers escapes and looks for his next victims. If you want to watch the upcoming Halloween (released October 28), you need to watch the original film first.

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Be Terrified With “The Shining”

The 1980 film, The Shining, is one of the best horror films ever made. Adapted from Stephen King’s horror novel, the film is just as good. When Jack Torrance stays at the isolated Overlook Hotel in Colorado, he hopes to cure his writer’s block. But he discovers the hotel’s dark secrets and he loses his sanity—eventually terrorizing his family. Good luck watching this movie alone. “Here’s Johnny!”

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