Scary to the point of horror: 12 of the most creepy horror films that give you the creepsPictolic
There are situations when nothing terrible seems to be happening, but trembling goes all over the body, and fear squeezes the heart with sticky tentacles. The same thing happens to viewers when watching movies that are not horror films by genre, but in fact really scare.
Find out from our material what kind of harmless films give you the creeps.
Horror films are known for monster characters, creepy paranormal phenomena and unexpected nightmares. But it often happens that what is happening in the real world is much more terrible than horror stories.
This film is rightfully at the top of the list of films that inspire fear. He demonstrates the horror of drug addiction. The story of four drug addicts is so hard and impressive that the pictures of the tragic finales of the heroes' lives will remain in your memory for a long time.
The true story of a black man who was abducted as a child and given into slavery, which lasted more than a decade, is terrifying. And although the main character survives in the finale, the fact that other unfortunate people remain on the plantation hurts the heart.
A movie, the viewing of which chills the blood. Aron Ralston had to cut off his arm to free himself from under a boulder that had fallen on him. This slow process is full of pain and suffering, and, unfortunately for the viewer, is unforgettable.
Among all the films about mass shootings at school, this story is the most terrifying. Two high school students intend to arrange a shootout at the school. Until the last moment, the audience hopes that this will not happen, but when they see a mass murder in the school walls, they are shocked.
This film is based on the nightmare of all parents: a child is abducted from the family. Keller's daughter was stolen, he is ready to do anything to save her and torments a man whom he suspects of kidnapping. However, you feel more horror from the realization that your own child may be in the place of the kidnapped daughter.
The main character, Alex– is a horny bastard. After committing several heinous acts, he ends up in prison. But the film is also hard to watch because of the scenes of terrible experiments conducted on a mentally ill prisoner for the purpose of his "treatment".
A monstrous and depressing film in which the story of ugly, preoccupied perverts unfolds. These dregs of society settled in the ruins of a small town destroyed by a tornado in the state Ohio.
It's hard to believe that this movie is not a horror movie. Every criminal scene that the police get into is scarier than the previous one. The unexpected twist in the finale is really terrifying, despite the fact that we say the harmless phrase many times: "Guess what's in the box?"
Almost all war films are creepy. They may not be horror films by genre, but the scenes of a military nightmare cover the audience with a wave of horror. This movie is one of those. The story of a boy who turns into a murderer is unpleasantly striking.
The controversial drama directed by Tony Kaye demonstrates how cruel and evil people can be. The film is based on the story of the neo-Nazi Derek, who hates everyone and everything. The scenes are so colorful and real that it's unlikely you'll want to watch them again.
The thriller shows one of the most terrible female nightmares: a girl was stolen and locked in the basement. The main character was placed in a closed room and raped for five years, while her little son heard all this from the closet in which he was hiding. They managed to escape, but life in freedom turned into a struggle for survival for them.
One of the best films of all time, it is full of the pain and suffering of the victims of the Holocaust. Steven Spielberg made this movie so realistic that it seems as if you are in the very center of events, and not near the screen.
Sometimes a sharp plot and dramatic scenes can shake more than monsters and severed limbs. The horrors swarming in people's heads are much scarier than on-screen ones, and these 12 films are proof of that.