5 Must See Horror Movies
5 Fantastic horror movies that you most likely will not see on television.
Evil Dead II
This movie is a cult classic with many scares with a good amount of laughs as well.
Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) and his girlfriend Lisa (Denise Bixler) are taking a romantic vacation to an abandoned cabin in the woods only to turn out to a nightmare where the book of the dead is then discovered and unleashes hell upon him, his girlfriend, and all the visitors that walk upon the cabin.
"Genuine, if bizarre, proof of Sam Raimi's talent and developing skill".
In The Mouth Of Madness
Astounding movie done by the great John Carpenter
An insurance investigator (Sam Neill) begins to discover that a series of horror novels has an impact on readers that is far more than just inspirational leading him on a twisted journey through evil with his appointed assistant Linda (Julie Carmen) to locate the creator of all the destruction.
Another Carpenter great
A young geekish man (Keith Gordon) comes up upon a car that he absolutely loves and purchases it unknowing of the power it possesses. Arnnie's love of the car creates great concern from his friend and will get him into a lot of trouble without him even being behind the wheel.
Lessons of Darkness
"Proves Carpenter's mastery of both mood and the widescreen frame".
Return Of The Living Dead
Cult Classic with Chills and laughs
When a couple of employees accidentally burst a supposed impenetrable canister leaking gas into the air at a medical supply warehouse the vapors cause the dead to rise again bringing a rampage upon the town with a group of young punks as the focal point.
San Francisco Examiner
"A beauty of a cult classic".
The Dead Zone
Stephen King's The Dead Zone
A man (Christopher Walken) awakens from a five-year coma happy to see no casts or scratches but only to find out his beloved girlfriend (Brooke Adams) is now married and has kids, but his biggest concern is that he can now see someone's past, present, and future, and this will take him many places of discovery and pain.
"The Dead Zone does what only a good supernatural thriller can do: It makes us forget it is supernatural".