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Top 10 Valentine’s Day Horror Movies

The exorcist

1o Bone chilling horror movies to watch on this Valentine’s Day

Horror movies are one of the main reasons why cinema became pop culture. Horror genre has its own element that differentiates it from others.

Horror movies are one of the best things ever happened to cinema industry. Horror is generally considered as one of the best arts to execute on the silver screen. Because, it takes so much amount of skill to scare audience.


Horror genre has seen all. Ups and downs. Rise and downfall. But through it all it has managed to scare the hell out of us every time with jaw dropping events.

With Valentine’s Day is just less than a month away, we know that many of you are planning to watch a movie together doesn’t matter if its romantic or comic, watching a movie makes it better.

If horror is your taste, then we would like to suggest you 10 best horror movies to watch this Valentine’s Day. So, lets begin the countdown.

10. The Silence of The Lambs (1991)

Silence of the lambs

A 1991 Crime thriller. We begin our list with a non orthodox horror movie. The Silence of The Lambs was one of the best written and acted movies of all time.

It was directed by Jonathan Demme. Movie revolves around a young F.B.I officer and paranormal events. It was released in 1991 and was a blockbuster at that time. It was declared as best the film in the academy awards and overall won 5 academy awards.

9. The Conjuring (2013)

The conjuring

The most latest one in our list. This one may shock many of you but the main reason why Conjuring made it into the list is because of the fact that it brought new module and new art work in the list.

It was released in 2013 and was a hit. Conjuring was a story of two paranormal experts who helped a family that was terrified by the horrible paranormal presence in their farmhouse.

8. The Ring (2002)

The Ring

A Gore Verbinski’s classic and an all time benchmark in horror genre. Ring was the story of a female journalist who investigates a horror tape that seems to be the reason of people’s death after watching it after 7 days.

Ring was a critical and commercial success. Movie’s visual and story was highly appreciated. If you are concerning about a horror treat this Valentine’s Day, Ring will not disappoint you.

7. The Blair Witch Project (1999)

The blair witch project

One of the most underrated film of all time. The Blair Witch Project was an american movie that scared the cinema halls in 1999.

It was a story of three best friends who suddenly disappeared and then after some time a lost footage was found of them that showed what really happened.

It had all, horror, plot and mesmerizing visuals. No wonder, it was a super hit.

6. Scream (1996)



One of the highest critically acclaimed horror movie. Scary Movie was released in 1996. It is not one of those orthodox scary movies.

Scream are one of those horror movie that has best collaboration of horror and thrill. It was a story of Sidney whose mom was murdered by suspect and she begins to search the suspect as more murders start to occur.

5. Psycho (1960)


This is one of the oldest movies in our list. A 196o sensation from Alfred Hitchcock. Psycho was one of those horror movies that planted the roots of horror genre in movie industry.

Psycho was nominated for Oscar and was able to achieve numerous awards and acclaim in all over the world. If you are one of those old school horror movies fan, then Psycho is a perfect treat for you this Valentine’s Day or any other day.

4.  The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)


A revolutionary movie of its time. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre was one of those horror movie that works outside of horror film itself.

It was a story of two siblings who visit their grandfather’s grave in Texas but were attacked by a psychopath.

There is no doubt with the fact that whoever watched it first was completely terrified. A truly must watch horror movie.

3.  Halloween (1978)


Now we are moving into the list of best 3 horror movie for you to watch this Valentine’s day or any day as well. We have Halloween on the third spot.

Halloween was one of the biggest reason that slasher genre came into existence in movie industry. An absolute beast in terms of horror movie.

It was a story of Micheal Myers who ran away fromm mental hospital to kill people after killing her sister. It was a blockbuster.

2. The Shining (1980)


Another classic horror movie from late era. A British-American horror movie that caught huge attention right after its release.

The Shining was heavily based on the novel of Stephen King with same name. If you are considering a scary and sadistic horror movie then The Shining is not going to disappoint you in any way.

Movie was also remembered for ground breaking acting of Jack Nicholson.

It is one of those movies that define the horror genre in English language cinema and no wonder despite being above average hit, it was well received by the critics all over the world.

1. The Exorcist (1973)

The exorcist

Well, I guess you all knew this was going to take the cake. Exorcist is by far the best horror movie ever created by Hollywood.

It had all. Chilling Visuals, Scary soundtrack, perfect acting and classic script. It is one of those old-school horror movies that has remained classic till date.

The Exorcist was a story of a teenage girl that was possessed by evil spirit, and was saved by two priests.

It is one of those horror movise that still gives me shiver down my spine.

Truly outstanding and a must watch for all the horror movie lovers.

Well, this is our list of best horror movies you should watch this Valentine’s Day. Do you agree with that? Would you like to add any other horror movie? Which horror movie is your favorite.

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About Aarav Sharma

When not indulging in writing and learning, Aarav fanboys over Pro Wrestling, Cricket, Linkin Park and Greenday. A disciplined child by day who is proudly following straight edge culture.

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