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8 Best Horror Movies of 2018
Who doesn’t love a good scare? Luckily for you, 2018 has a lot of them in store. From brooding, indie horror films to bloody, fright-filled sequels, the year has delivered some spooky, freaky, downright chilling movies that might make it a little bit more difficult to sleep at night. Here are the scariest movies of the year (so far).
Inspired by true events (and a creepy Internet meme), four teenage girls perform a ritual ceremony to prove the sinister Slender Man doesn’t exist. Whoops: It turns out he does.
The Strangers: Prey at Night
Ten years after The Strangers, the three mysterious masked killers return to stalk another doomed family in the woods for no apparent reason at all.
The First Purge
Speaking of creepy masks, there are plenty on display in the latest in the Purge franchise, this one serving as an origin story for the annual 12-hour legal crime spree.
Jason Statham battles a massive, prehistoric shark known as a megalodon in this action-packed (but relatively bloodless) thriller.
Steven Soderbergh refuses to follow through on his retirement, this time bringing us the story of a woman (Claire Foy) who finds herself held against her will in an insane asylum.
A Quiet Place
A family (led by John Krasinski and Emily Blunt) silently navigate a post-apocalyptic world, stalked at every turn by monsters that hunt their prey with a supercharged sense of hearing.
Natalie Portman teams up with a team of women who venture in a territory known as The Shimmer, a mysterious area surrounding a meteor landing where animals have evolved into unrecognizable creatures.
After her estranged mother dies, Annie (Toni Collette) begins to notice some peculiar activities around her house. After another shocking tragedy, Annie begins to spiral out of control. Is there a supernatural force attempting to manipulate her family, or is it all in her head?