Lovers of horror movies potentially tell themselves that they can’t get scared of any thing producers of the genre can spring forth but that doesn’t seem like the case for these movies.
This film begins in the 19th century, and it follows four residents of Antonia Island who burn down a ship and kill those who were en route to the island. Over a century later, those who died on the boat are full of vengeance.
A new generation of residents on the island must now face the ghostly wrath of those who never made it to the island on the day of the town’s anniversary.
In a lot of ghost horror movies, there is always that one house no one should even think about entering. But of course, a new family moves in and is welcomed by the grudge of ghosts past.
It turns out, the building is cursed; no one who goes comes out alive. If you don’t get scared enough with this, then you can possibly watch the second and third movies. Yep, it’s a trilogy of horror and spookiness.
Set in a time post World War II, a mother and her three children begin experiencing supernatural phenomena throughout their home. The daughter says she has seen people in the house who claim the home belongs to them, and the mother sees the piano playing itself.
The big question is who are the others in the house? Watch this movie and get the spookiest feeling you have ever experienced.
A poltergeist is not your friendly ghost. It purposely plagues humans with destructive paranormal activities. The first movie was made in 1982 film and the subsequent 2015 remake of the same name sees a family in California become victim to a poltergeist that comes out of the television.
What do the ghosts want with this family, and why are they haunting their daughter? There’s only one way to know. Just make sure you are ready for the shock.
This is one of the many ghost movies that shows people communicating with spirits through a ouija board, and scary things always happen to those who do. This movie will leave you with chills that accentuates the fact that if you try to talk to the dead, you could very well end up on the other side with them.