La Llorona is stuck between the living and dead realms, weeping while she searches for her boys.
I’ll be honest and say that as a twenty-six year old woman, this documentary made me absolutely terrified of this imaginary being that I really knew nothing about before watching.
“1408: You never see the actual evil entity — the room itself is evil, and provided most of us spend a lot of time in rooms, it makes you paranoid.”
A guy who has a close relationship with his mother.
Some of these are straight up horror movies and others are simply horrifying. Either way, these will leave you disturbed and gasping without using “boo!” methods of freaking you out.
What really makes a classic horror movie? Have a sequel.
In case you’d like see some good old fashioned blood and guts, we combed through the streaming selections on Netflix to see what’s worth seeing.
Amazon’s Instant Video library is filled with some of the most unique and classic horror films that the general audience may have missed, so if you’re a Prime member take advantage of the library and check these films out.
If you’re a fan of old school horror, and appreciate style and wit, this is a must see.
Inspired by a nightmare director David Robert Mitchell had — wherein he was being chased by a slow but unstoppable force — “It Follows” captures the terror of inescapable doom. Obviously, whatever IT is, the monster is spooky in more ways than one. But is that all? Is the monster — the IT — the scariest part of the movie?