Most Scary and Funny Halloween Movies
How about some horror and fun? Although it was a scary day at first, Halloween turned into fun over time and started to become popular around the world. In particular, many films have been made special to this day. We have compiled Halloween-themed movies for you.
As the name suggests, this movie will be your best choice for Halloween. The horror movie directed by John Carpenter focuses on the brutal murder of a mental patient named Michael Myers on Halloween.
A Nightmare On Elm Street
The movie that brought an icon like Freddy Kruegger and an actor like Johnny Depp into our lives is both a nostalgia for being one of the horror movies of our childhood and a scary movie that will still haunt you in your nightmares. You will remember again and again the difficulty of dealing with the serial killer who hunts his victims in dreams.
Friday the 13th
Friday the 13th, with its minimal script but highly progressive effects for its time, is a 'cult status' production according to many cinema authorities today, which has widened the gap between it and hundreds of similar teen-slasher productions... The main venue in the film is Camp Crystal Lake. ... This is an abandoned youth camp where mysterious murders took place decades ago. An out-of-the-ordinary brave entrepreneur decides to reopen the camp and hires a cadre of handsome boys and beautiful young girls. Horrific deaths ensue when a rainstorm isolates the camp from the rest of the world. Teenagers take turns murdering in horribly creative ways.
Get ready to watch a comedy and fantasy Halloween movie. Three centuries later, three witch brothers are resurrected on the eve of 'Halloween' in Salem Massachusetts. The movie, which is about two teenage teenagers, a little girl and an immortal cat, terrorizing the witch brothers in their lives, is quite entertaining and the motifs used are compatible with Halloween. Kenny Ortega sits in the director's chair of the movie, while Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy star in the lead roles.
The Nightmare Before Christmas
The Nightmare Before Christmas, which is a classic Tim Burton movie with its gothic style, can be said to be treated as a theme, although it does not take place on Halloween as a period. A 1993 animated musical, the film was re-released in 2006. The movie focuses on the events of the Pumpkin King Jack Skellington's dynasty, Halloweentown. If you look at the names, you already understand why it is on this list.
The Night Of Living Dead
Barbra and her brother Johnny go to the cemetery, which is in a secluded area, far from the city center, to visit their father's grave. Here, as they complete their prayer routine, they encounter a stranger silhouette approaching them. Unlike his sister, Johnny, who is quite comfortable, is attacked by this stranger and dies on the spot. However, this is not an end, but a harbinger of a frightening beginning. The young woman is deeply traumatized and takes shelter in the first place she can find to save her life. But it doesn't take long for she to realize she's not alone here. He is not the only person trying to protect himself from these creatures that suddenly surround the town. Ben, like himself, barely saved his life, and there are others at the door...
The plot of Crow, a movie that frequently features gothic traces with Halloween motifs, is as follows: Musician Eric Draven and his fiancée Shelly are attacked and killed by a gang of vagrants led by a nasty guy named Top Dollar on the eve of their wedding. A year later, a crow visiting Eric's grave begins to take revenge as a symbol of the young man's return from the dead as a vengeful spirit. The tragic aspect of the movie is the shooting of Bruce Lee's son, Brandon Lee, from a scene days before the end of filming. Brandon Lee dies when live ammunition is accidentally used in the pistol.
Whether you are a fan of the series is up to you, but it would be unfair to forget the first movie. It is possible to see Halloween-style parties and masks at the beginning of the movie Scream, which caused us to startle when the phone rang, especially in the 90s. David Arquette, Neve Campbell and Courteney Cox star in the movie about the terrorization of California by a masked killer who tortures his victims by calling and asking questions about movies. Wes Craven is in the director's chair.
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