As the Hindi film industry keeps busy horror comedy And Hollywood is wondering what new franchises it will create.This Halloween, we’ll have to look back in time. had its own personality. To prove it, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite scary movies over the years, from Hollywood, Bollywood, the Tamil industry, and South Korea.
Hindi cinema certainly doesn’t have many gems when it comes to the horror genre. And by horror, I mean anything without the spice of Ramsay brothers erotica or comedy like Go. to go gone. Limiting yourself to pure horror doesn’t leave Hindi-speaking audiences with many options. Raat is an example of desi horror done right. The film was directed by Ram Gopal Varma when he was in his “wonderful” stage. Released simultaneously in Hindi and Telugu, Raat is an underrated horror film in which Revathy plays unhinged Mimi who becomes possessed by spirits after her cat dies in a haunted house. Nothing is the best. Not jump scares, not background her score. All involved (from Revathy and Akash Khurana to her Rohini Hattangadi) deliver the goods and convincingly deliver the must-haves when dabbling in a genre like this.
Raat can be streamed on ZEE5.
RGV’s other horror film, Bhoot, is also on the list. This is not your run-of-the-mill Hindi feature. There is no single song. Urmila Matondkar brings to the table the elements of the aforementioned beliefs and how to do so. You buy her as her sick and disturbed Swati haunted by her spirit seeking her revenge. Fardeen Khan and she also star Ajay Devgn, making Rekha an absolutely compelling exorcist.
Bhoot can be streamed on Amazon Prime Video and YouTube.
Rahi Anil Barve, Anand Gandhi, and Adesh Prasad’s horror-fantasy drama Tumbad is not only chilling and effective, it’s also a great movie to watch. A cinematographer, he worked all Pankaj Kumar’s credits on Vishal Bhardwaj’s Haider and his Anand Gandhi’s Ship of Theseus, where Kumar masterfully manipulated natural light and tight spaces to create breathtaking frames. increase. A compelling mix of horror and folk keeps you intrigued.
Tumbad is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.
Yavarum Naram (2009)
Director Vikram Kumar and cinematographer PC Sriram have created a horror film that audiences have never seen before in Tamil cinema. The film uses familiar tropes, but had an interesting idea at its heart.When a family moves into a new apartment, the milk is constantly curdled, the dog refuses to enter the house, and the walls are penetrated. you can’t. On top of that, your TV at home has a family drama series you can’t find anywhere else. Things take a sinister turn when the protagonist Manohar (Madavan) realizes that the events shown in the serial are actually happening to his family. Despite not relying on easy jump scares or gore, Yaavarum Nalam will wow you and deserves a spot on just about any list of the best Tamil horror movies.
Stream on Disney+ Hotstar.
Director Miskin went against grain by humanizing ghosts in Pisa. Her main character Naga (Siddharth her Sounda Arajan) realizes that the ghost of an unknown girl who stalks her is actually her guardian angel. However, when he tries to find out who is behind the girl’s death, the ghost becomes hostile and tries to stop him at all costs. It may not provide the thrill and adrenaline rush, but for a slow-burner game backed by a great emotional story, this fits the bill.
Stream on Disney+ Hotstar.
Ammoru (Amman in Tamil)
It’s ironic that this Hindu mythological fantasy film about a female deity is on our list of horror movies. But when you look at this Telugu film and the haunting image of Ramya Krishnan as a ferocious Amman, you will agree that the film belongs here. A naive and poor orphan tells the story of being murdered by his stepparents. The goddess herself descends to save her devout followers. The film remains a part of Tamil and Telugu pop culture. Ammoru is one of the first Indian films to use CGI extensively. The film’s success led to a trend for similar films featuring extensive visual effects.
Streaming on YouTube.
All of Us Are Dead (2022)
Nothing sets the mood for Halloween quite like Korean zombie horror. All of Us Are Dead follows a severely failed experiment that leads to a zombie outbreak in a high school. Many students fight for their lives as they make their way through buildings infested with carnivorous monsters who used to be classmates. As the children struggle to survive, the government tries to make sense of the worsening situation, but unfortunately only contributes to the chaos that follows.
All of Us Are Dead is available on Netflix.
Sweet Home (2020)
The apocalypse is here and the inhabitants are hiding in buildings trying to protect themselves from monsters. Cha Hyun-soo (Song Kang) is the protagonist, a suicidal teen who somehow reveals the powers of the infected and controls his monsters. Sweet Home is a very iconic horror show with a real underlying message: monsters are all buried within us and how we can tame them.
Watch Sweet Home on Netflix.
Train to Busan (2016)
No Halloween list would be complete without mentioning Gong Yoo’s movie Train to Busan. A father and daughter must settle a disagreement after a zombie outbreak on a train. They band together with their fellow survivors to find a way to defeat the monsters that were their former passengers.
You can watch the train to Busan on Amazon Prime Video.
The Shining (1980)
Perhaps the most acclaimed adaptation of Stephen King, The Shining has become a touchstone project not only for director Stanley Kubrick’s innovative technique, but also for its significant departure from King’s original novel. rice field. To the extent that King put together a TV adaptation of his own novel in the 90s. The film is remembered for its ambiguous themes, visual symbolism, and the feverish speculation it fueled among fans.
The Exorcist (1973)
Directed by William Friedkin, the iconic film is about a young girl’s demonic possession and a Catholic priest summoned to exorcise her, followed by dozens, if not hundreds. Horror movie template set. It’s responsible for some of the most memorable images not only in the history of horror movies, but in cinema in general, and it also became the first horror film to be nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, making it the first ever horror film to be nominated for Best Picture at the 2017s. Best was his R-rated horror movie.
The Exorcist is available for rent on Google Play, Apple iTunes, YouTube, and Amazon.
Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
It’s probably not politically correct to rate Roman Polanski’s films so highly in this day and age, but if it weren’t for his classical adaptation of Ira Levin’s novel, it would be the greatest horror movie of all time. list is incomplete. A domestic drama about a newlywed couple who happen to move into a New York apartment across the street from a Satanist assembly hall, Rosemary’s Baby serves as a psycho-her thriller, a screaming horror, and a contemporary A classic jump scare for crowds.
Rosemary’s Baby is available for rent on Amazon and iTunes.
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