Halloween is almost here and horror movies are blowing up the box office everyday. From Annabelle to IT, the cinemas are ready to get your hair up and give you the chill for you not to sleep at night. There is nothing like those raining nights, the lights are off and on your tv there is a horror movie playing, making you feel like there is a ghost right behind you, feeling like the air gets deeper and the night grows colder, you feel like not sleeping alone anymore and leaving the light on until the sing light comes up.
Horror movies, become more and more famous as the time goes by, we love feeling that rush, the adrenaline that goes through our veins every time our guts and how fearless we are, goes to the test. There are billions of horror, suspense and terror movies all around the world, that have made us feel like there is nothing like sleeping with someone else at night and with the light on. Today at shirts house, we like to celebrate those horror movies, specially the amazing success It movie has had, with its newer version release, with some It Movie shirts!
Here is a little list of the scariest movies of all time, that if you are as fearless as you think and want to test your guts, you absolutely need to watch!
Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of Stephen King's 1977 novel is less about shock scares – although it has a few – than about creating a sustained atmosphere of psychological dread. Conjuring up some of the most memorable images in horror history (the twins in the hallway, the blood in the elevator, "Here's Johnny!"), it remains one of the genre's aesthetic highpoints – a masterpiece of brooding visual terror.
There are definitely some scary moments in this 1973 sensation, but what's most frightening about The Exorcist is its brutal portrayal of a 12-year-girl's complete mental and physical breakdown at the hands of Satan, while her mother stands helplessly watching by her side. Alongside William Friedkin's unnerving direction, the fog-filled imagery of Owen Roizman and electro theme by Mike Oldfield would both go a long way into making this an unforgettable viewing experience.
The ominous piano music is one of several ingredients that render this John Carpenter slasher a bona fide classic nearly four decades since its release, where it grossed a whopping $70 million. Taking every kid's favorite holiday and turning it into a gory nightmare, Halloween has often been imitated but rarely surpassed. While there are plenty of jarring moments throughout, its most harrowing aspect is the repeated image of a sadistic killer roaming the streets of picture-perfect suburbia.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The goriest tangent of the horror genre was spawned by Tobe Hooper's vicious foray into deep Texas, where a group of college friends find themselves prey to a clan of psychotic cannibals. Relying less on classic jump scares or sound effects than on the shocking sight of a flesh-eating family and their collection of power tools, Massacre is a movie that leaves you battered, bruised and slightly nauseous after each viewing.
It (titled onscreen as It: Chapter One) is a 2017 American supernatural horror film directed by Andy Muschietti, based on the 1986 novel of the same name by Stephen King. Seven young outcasts in Derry, Maine, are about to face their worst nightmare -- an ancient, shape-shifting evil that emerges from the sewer every 27 years to prey on the town's children. Banding together over the course of one horrifying summer, the friends must overcome their own personal fears to battle the murderous, bloodthirsty clown known as Pennywise.
As stated before there is an enormous amount of Horror and suspense movies around the world that will chill you to the bone. Get ready to watch a long list of them on the month to come, to celebrate Halloween and get some cool ideas to create your Halloween Shirts and costumes.