BY ADRIANNA BARRIENTEZ
Scary movies are always the best at any time of the year, but they are most frightening during the month of October. They keep your feet off the floor and your eyes behind your hands.
Here are my choices for the top 10 scariest movies:
- “Silence of the Lambs” (1991)
A young FBI agent must put her trust in a manipulative killer to find another serial killer who skins and tortures his victims.
- “Annabelle” (2014)
A couple gets invaded and attacked by satanic cultists shortly after they start to encounter terrifying supernatural things involving a vintage doll.
- “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” (1974)
A chainsaw killer and his family of cannibals hunt down five friends who are visiting a house in the country.
- “Carrie” (1976)
A 17-year-old girl finds out she has telekinesis and gets pushed to her limits on the night of her prom by a cruel prank.
- “Candyman” (1992)
Candyman, a creature with a murderous soul, is accidentally brought back by a grad student researching urban legends.
- “Halloween” (1978)
A psychotic murderer imprisoned since he was a child for the murder of his sister escapes and stalks an adolescent girl and her friends.
- “Insidious” (2010)
A family tries to stop evil spirits from cornering their unconscious son into a territory called The Further.
- “The Conjuring” (2013)
Two married and experienced paranormal investigators work to help a family that is horrified by an evil presence within their home.
- “The Shining” (1980)
A family takes a trip to an isolated hotel, where an evil presence gets the father into trouble. The psychic son can see horrific things within the past and the future.
- “The Exorcist” (1973)
A teenage girl is possessed by something unknown, but her mother gets help from two priests to save her daughter.
What movies get your vote for scariest ever? Comment online at aztecpressonline.com.