10 Horror Movies Ever Made, According to Reddit

From deformed predator to colonizers in victim to a UFO raining blood on Jordan Peele’s Haywood house noThis has been a great year for blood in horror cinema. Lately, audiences have been equally thrilled and horrified by the blood and guts spilled in them Terrifying 2.

Who is stained with blood evil dead A remake of sickening violence Sorrow To body horror pushing the boundaries bone tomahawk;Redditors have been shocked at the blood in these classic scary movies.

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Horror fans usually despise modern versions of untouchable horror masterpieces from the past. But 2013 evil dead The remake is a rare exception, using modern visual effects technology to amplify everything that made the original so terrifying.

According to Redditor u/vvitchfinder, this new version is even cooler than its predecessor: “evil dead Remake becomes a bit loose. For the last 10 minutes the screen is only red. Wonderful movie. “

Day of the Dead (1985)

Private Torrez was ripped apart by zombies on the Day of the Dead

After George Romero defined the zombie genre with two of the most beloved horror films of all time, his movie dead Three Coil – 1985 day of the dead – was met with a more mixed response. But according to Redditor u/GroovySpaceDruid, “I still think the original day of the dead It holds up better than most modern gore movies.”

Redditor writes so day of the dead It’s very deep and well-done, and not as cartoonish as some of the other films listed [in the thread]. “

Death Proof (2007)

Kurt Russell drives a car in Death Proof

Quentin Tarantino has received mixed reviews for his first career death proofhalf of it from exploitation – salute the double trait Grindhouse. It’s a car smasher starring Kurt Russell as Stuntman Mike, a sadistic Hollywood stunt driver who uses his “death-proof” car to kill young women. According to Redditor u/Jolly-Pickle-3550, this is one of the most outrageous movies ever made.

The Redditor wrote that the car crash scene was “brutal.” Halfway through the movie, Mike crashes head-on with a car full of young women. A severed leg flies out of the passenger window and a tire runs across the driver’s face.

Bon Tomahawk (2015)

Skull hanging from a tree at Bon Tomahawk

In the first half, S. Craig Zahler’s first feature came out bone tomahawk; It is a straight western about a search party traversing the American frontier. But halfway through, it becomes a horrific horror show as the search party is attacked by a bloodthirsty cannibal cult.

According to Redditor u/TheMitchcraft, the realism of the film’s evisceration scene is “what made it so good.” Adds The Redditor, “I know there’s not a lot of horror in it [the film]but this scene was amazing when I saw it for the first time.”

Brainded (1992)

A man covered in blood in Braindead

In his early “splatstick” days, Peter Jackson tackled the zombie genre in brain death Released in the United States as dead alive – which revolves around the invasion of the undead by a hybrid creature of rat and monkey. Redditor u/isaacpriestley named this movie the most amazing of all time.

The Redditor wrote, “I’m not sure I can think of any more bloody movie than this dead alive! I saw him in the theater and had to run into the lobby several times to avoid getting sick. It was great!”

Sadness (2021)

Four murderers, obsessed with grief

Rob Jabbaz made his memorable directorial debut with the Taiwanese physical horror hit Sorrow last year. The film is about a couple trying to reunite with each other amidst a virus outbreak that inexplicably causes people to become obsessed with murder.

According to Redditor u/belugas101, “Sorrow It’s probably the most violent movie I’ve seen and I really liked it. Straight on the line entertains a lot and still is.”

Hellraiser (1987)

Pinhead in the original Hellraiser movie

The Hellraiser The franchise was recently rebooted by director David Bruckner for a Hulu exclusive. The new movie was praised as the best Hellraiser A movie since the 1987 original, but it’s very likely that no sequel or reboot will ever top this one.

According to Redditor u/GroovySpaceDruid, the original Hellraiser The film from 1987 is one of the most amazing of all time, and describes it as a “super-villain” with “absolutely fantastic effects effects”.

Green Hell (2013)

Cannibal cult in green hell

Eli Roth tackled the cannibal subgenre of horror cinema with this 2013 gem Green hell. The story concerns a group of operatives who go abroad and end up at the hands of a tribe of hungry cannibals living deep in the jungle.

According to Redditor u/Paleozoic, Green hell He set a new precedent for on-screen violence: “I used to be able to handle any kind of blood. After this movie, I can’t stand anything.”

Terrifying 2 (2022)

Smiling clown in Terrifier 2

Damien Lyon horrifying The series terrified audiences with the blood-soaked antics of its villain, Art the Clown, brilliantly played by David Howard Thornton. The first movie was one of the most amazing of all time, but the recently released sequel takes that gore to a whole other level.

According to Redditor u/CrystalAmbrose, “horrifying (2016) has some amazing gore, but not this level of total bloodbath. However, the brand new reports Terrifying 2 It reached those levels and people were vomiting and passing out in theaters.”

Tokyo Gore Police (2008)

A woman holding two chainsaws in the Tokyo Ghore Police Station

According to Redditor u/Bl0ndie_J21, Tokyo Gore Police It is the deadliest movie ever. In futuristic Tokyo, a young woman joins a privatized police force to track down her father’s killer while facing mutant resistance fighters.

Redditor writes, “Tokyo Gore Police is wild. I don’t know if I was okay at the time, but it was the only movie that made me nauseous while watching it.”

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