As Halloween’s shadows loom ever closer, what better way to welcome the spooky spirit than by embarking on a bone-chilling horror movie marathon?

Whether you’re a seasoned horror connoisseur or a novice to the genre, our dedicated team of cinephiles at have meticulously selected films that cater to all levels of fear tolerance, ensuring an unforgettable night of frights and delights.

From classic horror movies like “The Exorcist”, to Indie horror masterpieces and iconic franchises, including the $2.36B grossing “The Conjuring Universe”, our October movie collection guarantees to have you gripping your seat and glancing nervously over your shoulder.

**Warning: This movie marathon isn’t for the faint of heart.**

Timeless Horrors: The Horror Classics That Defined Fear

For those who relish the vintage thrills and admire films that set the gold standard for the genre, our “Timeless Horrors” category beckons. These classics stand the test of time, delivering suspense and fear that continues to captivate audiences across generations.

“Psycho” (1960)

Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho” stands as a testament to the mastery of suspense and psychological horror. With its iconic shower scene and twisted narrative, it remains a timeless classic that has thrilled audiences for generations.

“The Exorcist” (1973)

William Friedkin’s “The Exorcist” is a landmark in horror cinema, delving into the harrowing possession of a young girl. Its disturbing graphics and hair-raising performances continue to terrify audiences to this day.

“The Shining” (1980)

This masterpiece of psychological horror showcases a family’s descent into madness in an isolated hotel with an unsettling tone that has left a lasting impact on horror cinema. Jack Nicholson’s iconic performance adds to the film’s legacy.

Franchise Frights: Exploring Iconic Horror Movie Series

Our “Franchise Frights” category is designed for those who crave in-depth stories that evolve across multiple films. Expect sinister spirits, supernatural phenomena, and unrelenting suspense as you embark on a journey through these iconic horror franchises.

“Poltergeist” (1982-1988)

Prepare to be entranced by the supernatural as you delve into the chilling world of the “Poltergeist” series. These films will have you questioning your reality as you accompany suburban families who are stalked and terrorised by a malevolent group of ghosts who are attracted to their youngest daughter.

“Paranormal Activity” (2007-2015)

Experience relentless horror like never before in the “Paranormal Activity” series. These found-footage gems take you into the heart of suburban terror. Watch as unsuspecting families grapple with malevolent spirits, unseen entities, and eerie hauntings that will leave you sleepless.

“The Conjuring” Universe (2013-present)

The Conjuring Universe is the highest-grossing movie franchise, inspired by real-life investigations of the renowned paranormal investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren. These films, ranfind from Conjuring to The Nun & Annabelle, plunge you into heart-pounding cases involving sinister spirits, haunted houses, and malevolent possessions.

“Scream” Series (1996-present)

Wes Craven’s iconic slasher series introduced us to the enigmatic Ghostface killer. This franchise cleverly blends horror and satire, paying homage to classic horror tropes while delivering a fresh, suspenseful narrative. It’s a rollercoaster of scares and wits that will keep you guessing about the identity of the masked murderer.

Indie Gems: A Peek into Unconventional Horrors

If you’re a discerning horror enthusiast eager to explore less mainstream films, our “Indie Gems” selection is your destination. Here, we present unique and thought-provoking horror that challenges the conventional. These films blend themes of grief, trauma, and the supernatural, offering deeply psychological scares that linger long after the credits roll.

“The Witch” (2015)

This slow-burning period piece will transport you to a 17th-century New England filled with superstition, paranoia, and supernatural dread.

“Hereditary” (2018)

Ari Aster’s modern horror masterpiece explores the terrifying dynamics within a family, dragging them into a nightmarish world while blending grief, trauma, and supernatural terror. Trigger Warning: If you love dark, creepy horror & psychological thrillers with disturbing imagery of severed heads, maggots, blood and scenes of rage, you will love this movie.

“Midsommar” (2019)

This psychedelic horror film by Ari Aster transports audiences to a disturbingly surreal pagan festival. An unforgettable journey into cult horror through an unsettling exploration of grief, isolation, and the human psyche.

Modern-Day Terrors: The Evolution of Fear

Our “Modern-Day Terrors” category caters to viewers intrigued by horror films that reflect contemporary social issues and psychological depth. These movies go beyond jump scares to incorporate relevant social commentary, making them as thought-provoking as they are suspenseful.

“Final Destination” (2000-2011)

This series plays with the concept of death’s design. Watch as survivors of a doomed accident face increasingly elaborate and grisly demises.

“Get Out” (2017)

Jordan Peele’s directorial debut, “Get Out”, is a thought-provoking social horror film. Blending racial commentary with suspense, it’s a modern masterpiece that will have you questioning the unseen horrors of society.

“Us” (2019)

Peele returns with “Us”, a tale of doppelgängers and hidden horrors lurking within society. With its complex narrative and eerie atmosphere, this film will take you on an intense exploration of identity and fear.

Reboots and Revivals: Fresh Takes on Horror Classics

For fans of classic horror with a curiosity for how modern adaptations breathe new life into beloved stories, our “Reboots and Revivals” collection is a must-see. These films offer fresh perspectives on familiar nightmares while paying homage to the originals, reigniting the terror with a contemporary twist.

“It” (2017)

Andy Muschietti’s reboot of Stephen King’s “IT” reintroduces Pennywise the Dancing Clown, terrifying a new generation of horror fans. Experience the spine-tingling terror of Derry, Maine, once more with a contemporary twist.

“Halloween” (2018)

David Gordon Green’s reboot of the 1978 classic unleashes Michael Myers once again. The film seamlessly blends homage to the original with a fresh narrative, reigniting the terror of the masked killer.

“Pet Sematary” (2019)

This adaptation of Stephen King’s novel digs up old nightmares and provides a modern reimagining of the classic tale. It explores the darker side of grief and the consequences of bringing the dead back to life.

Movie-Marathon Ready!

You’ve got the list of top movies to watch, and it’s time to dive into a night of cinematic fright. So, what are you waiting for? Grab your popcorn, dim the lights, and let the scares begin.

Happy Halloween, and may the fear be with you as you embark on this thrilling cinematic journey into the unknown.