10 horror films worth rewatching (Part I)

Due to many unforeseen reasons, despite the good quality, these horror works are not widely known to the public.

No.1. The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016)


Exploiting the subject of autopsy, “The Autopsy of Jane Doe” of the Norwegian director Andre Ovredal makes the viewers aghast from the beginning of the film to the last minute.

The cold atmosphere in the surgery room, the cold body of a beautiful girl intertwined with conflicts in the relationship between doctors made “The Autopsy of Jane Doe” be a horror experience that you will not forget to enjoy.

The film was rated 86% on Rotten Tomatoes and even "horror king" Stephen King (the author of “IT”) also loved this horror film.

No.2. Honeymoon (2014)

Having watched this movie many couples will not want to hide the world on their honeymoon.

Director Leigh Janiak skillfully combined two fears of humanity in marriage to create a honeymoon full of horror. They are indifference and confusion that you do not know if you really understand your spouse you have just married or not.

After finding his wife Bae naked in the woods, Paul's holiday quickly became a series of abominable events. As Bae became more and more violent, Paul fell into despair to help his wife and save their marriage.

No.3. Banshee Chapter (2013)


"Disgusting, scary, strange and unique ..." are the words that the audience expressed after watching the first movie directed by Blair Erickson. Reporter Anne Roland tracked a path left after her friend suddenly disappeared. The problem became serious when she discovered behind the disappearance that was a plan for testing non-humanitarian chemicals by the government, along with an unknown radio program.

Due to limited budget and time, the Banshee Chapter had only 28 days to record. This caused many of the characters in the script to be dropped and the film was later rejected on the record market.

No.4. As Above, So Below (2014)


What is more frightening than a trip to the ancient catacombs beneath the splendid city of Paris? Although it was done in a pseudo-documentary style, using the found-footage technique, the insertion of long clips in the film helped keep the audience from feeling too tired.

In addition, the film's progress was fast and continuous with many unexpected factors, which always put the viewer into the "tension as the strings". The film scene took place under the surface, the four sides were always covered in darkness and the horror was waiting to jump into the characters and the audiences.

No.5. Drag Me To Hell (2009)


Refusing to help an obnoxious old woman, the young girl did not know that she had been cursed by the horrible things in the world. As the name, “Drag Me to Hell” was a journey in which both characters and audiences were drawn into the hell of evil forces.  The film directed by Sam Raimi - who made the best trilogy on “Spider-Man”.

(To be continued)

By: Mithrine Smith

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