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All Times Best Horror Free Movies Ever Filmed

It’s beyond every pleasure in spare time to watch free movies online in HD stream. Nonetheless, at night what better genre of movies to watch than horror ones?

Some high definition free movies don’t need the usual horror elements to scare and go beyond
screams, blood, violence and creatures.

There is no ghost anywhere but you can feel their presence through the
expressions of the characters and creepy atmosphere around in these movies.
These are the films that carries the above written specifications with unspoken
warning “Never watch it alone.”

Be Careful, while reading this article, somebody may be watching you. Scared?

1. The Exorcist:

Once curious people went to a cinema hall to watch The Exorcist and they
never went to watch it again.
Such a terrifying film it is. Released in 1973, the films still continues to haunt
the audiences through its disturbing scenes like possession, unusual body
movements, possessed girl face and revolving head.

I bet after watching The Exorcist, either you don’t want to sleep alone or skip it
next time.

But it is for sure that you praise the film for its convincing creepy scenes
without the use of any visual effect.

Director: William Friedkin
Story by: William Peter Blatty
Adapted from: The Exorcist

2. The Ring:

The film is one of the fine examples of found footage genre. You better call
somebody for company while watching this bone chilling horror.
The film depicts a story of a cursed videotape and victims who dies after
seven days after watching it.

The central characters in The Ring are Katie Embry, Becca and Rachel Keller
played by Amber Tamblyn, Rachael Bella and Naomi Watts respectively.

A lady in white robes with face covering with black hair should not come out of
your T.V. screen from the well.

Director: Gore Verbinski
Film series: The Ring Film Series
Story by: Koji Suzuki

3. Paranormal Activity:

If The Ring is the fine example, then Paranormal Activity is the cult classic in
found footage genre. How scary would be the movie if its poster guarantees
you a nightmare? If any doubts, watch the free movie in HD stream now available in https://megamovies.cc (MegaMovies).

Though the story is quite predictable: A family lives in haunted house, it is the
presentation that made it a must watch horror film (but not alone).
Paranormal Activity was made in shoestring budget and was released in 2007
when major Hollywood films were proved box office failures.

The success of its first part was followed by its other installments like
Paranormal Activity 2, Paranormal Activity 3 and Paranormal Activity 4.

Director: Oren Peli
Budget: 11,000 USD
Box office: 193.4 million USD
Producers: Oren Peli, Jason Blum

5. Poltergeist:

Why most of the horror films tell a story of a family living in new house
which is already haunted?

But when films like Poltergeist give these run out of mill story-line a different
treatment, then it is worth to watch.

Poltergeist features the story of Carol Anne, who is stalked by a group of
ghosts.
The original part was released in 1982 and is known for several creepy scenes,
especially the movement of belongings at the home.
Hey! Wait, I think your glass is revolving.

Director: Tobe Hooper
Story by: Steven Spielberg
Screenplay: Steven Spielberg, Michael Grais, Mark Victor
Producers: Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall

6. The Sixth Sense:

Using a child as a medium between spirits and living world has been quite
successful in The Exorcist and so as in The Sixth Sense.

The protagonist of the story is Cole, a child who can communicate with the
dead and is under the observation of Dr. Crowe.

It was released in 1999 and was a major box office success due to its huge
fearing audience.

Director: M. Night Shyamalan
Screenplay: M. Night Shyamalan
Box office: 672.8 million USD

 

VENOM (2005)

Directed by: Jim Gillespie

RUNNING TIME- 85 minutes

Starring: Laura Ramsey, Jonathan Jackson, Meagan Good, and Rick Cramer as “Ray”

THE PLOT:

A pack of teenagers run for their lives through the swamps of Louisiana, as they are chased by Mr. Jangles, a man possessed by 13 evil souls who is relentless in his pursuit of new victims. Continue reading

BLACK CHRISTMAS (2006)

Directed by: Glenn Morgan

RUNNING TIME- 84 minutes

STARS: Kristen Cloke, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Andrea Martin

This review of “Black Christmas” will not contain the same mistakes as all the other reviews you may have read. This film will not be compared, at all, with the original. The common mistakes by all critics was calling this film a “Remake”. This film is not a remake of the original, it is a retelling of a plot-line, a film of it’s own, and shall be reviewed that way. Continue reading

ALTERED (2006)

Directed by: Eduardo Sanchez

RUNNING TIME- 88 minutes

Stars: Adam Kaufman, Catherine Mangan, and Misty Rosas

Of all the horror genres there are, science fiction, and I’m speaking of modern films, have been my least favorite. It has been a long while since I have seen any science fiction film, big budget or direct-to-video, that I have found to be worth viewing. A prime example is 2005’s “War Of the Worlds”, and not just because it stars Tom Cruise. Continue reading

SLITHER (2006)

Directed by: James Gunn

RUNNING TIME- 95 minutes

Starring: Nathan Fillion, Elizabeth Banks, Michael Rooker, and Gregg Henry

THE PLOT:

A small town is taken over by an alien plague, turning residents into zombies and all forms of mutant monsters.

THE REVIEW:

Slither, directed by James Gunn (Dawn Of The Dead 2004) finally has made it to DVD and was worth the wait. The film, though much hyped, did unexpectedly poor at the box office. Guess the world wasn’t ready for the world’s first slug/alien/zombie film, or didn’t know what to expect from the previews; horror or comedy. You get lots of horror with a little humor thrown in. Continue reading

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