I think the scariest movie for me is Session 9. Nothing jumps out at you and there's no blood (I think there was a little blood at one point but I'm not sure) or ghosts, but it was scary for me because it was a more psychological scary. After I watched it, it really freaked me out
The Woman in Black really freaked me out. The ghosts were so agonizingly slow it just built up a lot of tension for me. That and I loved Sinister, but probably because I also loved Insidious lol Also can't turn down Paranormal. Those things give chills.
That's because they basically are XD All horror is the same just with a different twist or ending or both lol But what you think is scary changes what movies you'll like. Like me; I think someone watching you sleep is the creepiest shit on the plant. But you might think someone chasing you with a knife is the scariest. So without this turning into a psychiatric session, what kind of movies have you liked in the past? I'm vury curious.
well first of all it is based on a true story (loosely more than likely). but this couple staying in an isolated vacation home are terrorized by three unknown assailants. At first only you know they are in the house but like they start to notice because things come up missing. and the attackers slash the tires, cut the phone cord, and burn their cell phone.
Starts of about this girl reporting on fire fighters and she follows along on a routine call, but ends up in a building with in infection that has spread and the army quarantines off the entire building and they are stuck fighting for their lives trying to not get infected, it starts off slow but it quickly picks up and goes through practically the whole film without any jump cuts which is cool