Jordan Peele's followup to "Get Out". “Us” was arguably the most anticipated horror movie of 2019, and for good reason. It hit $225 million at the box office and has a 93-per-cent score on Rotten Tomatoes. The film follows a woman (Lupita Nyong’o) and her family who visit her childhood beachfront home. Four masked strangers show up and the family has to fight for survival. In a terrifying twist, their attackers look exactly like them.
'The Hole in the Ground'
'The Hole in the Ground' is a supernatural horror film that follows a woman in distress after her son dissapears into the woods outside their home. He returns, but he is not the same boy she knows and loves. This film has an impressive score of 85 per cent on Rotten Tomatoes.
"Little Monsters" is a recently released comedy horror film starring Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o. The film follows a washed-up musician and school teacher as they protect a group of children from a horde of ravenous of zombies. The film has received a score of 84 per cent on Rotten Tomatoes.
'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark'
Considering this movie was based on the bestselling book series that haunted children’s dreams, it was pretty much sure to be a hit — and scored a solid 79 per cent on Rotten Tomatoes. The movie follows a group of teens that have to face their greatest fears in order to survive.
'Ready or Not'
"Ready or Not' is a dark funny horror film that is sure to keep you wanting more. Samara Weaving stars as a woman who marries the love of her life on his family’s estate. However, she must hide from midnight to dawn while her deranged new in-laws attempt to hunt her down in a twisted game.
“Pet Sematary” pulled in a cool $112.4 million at the box office. Based on the Stephen King novel of the same name (which was previously adapted for the screen in 1989), the film follows a doctor and his family as they relocate to a rural community. After a mysterious burial ground is found, tragedy strikes and the doctor makes a decision that unleashes some horrific consequences.
The terrifying thriller “Midsommar” scored a 7.3/10 on IMDb and performed far better than expected during its theatrical run.
In the film, a couple travels to Sweden to visit a midsummer festival in a friend’s hometown. Not everything is as it seems, as what was expected to be a blissful retreat thrust the pair into a midst of nightmare at the hands of a pagan cult.
'It Chapter 2'
The chilling sequel to “It” was a monster at the box office, raking in $438.4 million and counting. After demonic clown Pennywise was defeated by the Losers’ Club, he pops up in Derry, Maine, some 27 years later to terrorize its residents. The club’s members, who are now adults, must reunite to conquer evil once again.
This action-packed film received an 82 per cent score on Rotten Tomatoes and is totally terrifying. The story follows a woman (Kaya Scodelario) who ignores evacuation procedures in order to rescue her father (Barry Pepper) during a hurricane. She then finds herself trapped in a flooded house with alligators lurking in the water.
'Zombieland: Double Tap'
This zombie-comedy sequel comes 10 years after the hit film "Zombieland". The sequel follows a ragtag group of Zombie slayers who face off against the newly evolved undead, with stars Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin all returning.