Halloween is probably the coolest holiday in the year. It also brings great opportunities to have horror movies nights with your partner or friends. But,If straight horror films are just too much for you – this list is dedicated to you all people who love watching scary movies but prefer them nightmares free (Well, almost…)
1. The lost boys (1987)
Defined by Gary Dauberman (Creation and the co-writer of It) as the best Halloween movie: “If anybody hasn’t watched that recently, it really was ahead of its time. And it’s such a fun, scary movie.”
2. Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
This movie will disturb your peace, while you will probably get attached to Mia Farrow That is hypnotically beautiful and stylish.
3. The Shining (1980)
Based upon, Stephen King book and with Jack Nicholson’s iconic performance as a writer, this movie is one of the best ever made.
4. American Psycho (2000)
Not what you would expect from a horror film, but If watching Christian Bale performing the role of a young urban professional who lives a second life as a serial killer – I’ll say no more (-:
5. Practical Magic (1998)
This is actually a girl’s movies, with witches… and a dead guy. Well, a fun horror movie that is perfect for those who really don’t do horror movies. It’s s cute comedy with a pinch of scary.
6. Beetlejuice (1988)
Hey…I’ve seen it as a kid. you can do it too.
7. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
Another classic. While this movie is not scary in the traditional horror movie sense, it might be terrifying in the psychological horror sense.
8. The Burbs (1989)
Dealing with creepy neighbors in the suburbs isn’t easy. Super funny and not too scary.
9. Wolf (1994)
After being bitten by a wolf, aging book editor Will Randall (Jack Nicholson) finds himself full of youthful vigor. Makes you want to be bitten too…ry.
10. Misery (1990)
Another Stephan King book comes to life – This one is about a writer that is being rescued by his number one fan. Creepy and disturbing.