The Fog (2005) is the remake of the John Carpenter version originally released in 1980. This horror movie is definitely not as highly regarded as the original. Director: Rupert Wainwright Writers: Cooper Layne (screenplay), John Carpenter Stars: Tom Welling, Maggie Grace, Selma Blair
Another John Carpenter classic is Prince of Darkness. This one is real spooky and a favorite of mine. Hidden deep in a church is a mysterious cylinder which contains something truly evil. Slowly the contents leak out and evil possesses the church and soon the word. Director: John Carpenter Writer: John Carpenter Stars: Donald Pleasence, Lisa Blount, Jameson Parker
John Carpenters Christine is a classic horror movie. A boy buys a car that is possessed with an evil mind. He buys the car as a wreck and poceeds to restore her. Arnie soon starts to change and his car begins a killing spree. Director: John Carpenter Writers: Stephen King (novel), Bill Phillips (screenplay) Stars: Keith Gordon, John Stockwell, Alexandra Paul
28 Days Later is that zombie movie that makes them fast. Many argue they are not zombies because of this reason. I liked this movie. Taken place in the U.K., a handful of survivors must journey through the plagued land in order to find sanctuary. Director: Danny Boyle Writer: Alex Garland Stars: Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Christopher Eccleston
Wes Craven\'s A Nightmare on Elm Street stirred up a huge cult following and made the franchise huge with Freddie Krueger played by Robert Englund. Comedy mixed in with horrific imagery made this an instant hit. Child murderer Freddy returns from the dead to exact revenge on the children of those who killed him. He haunts their dreams and when they die in their dreams, they die for real. Director: Wes Craven Writer: Wes Craven…
The Shining stars Jack Nicholson in all his madness. Another true horror classic has Jack penned up in a remote hotel long with his wife and son. Ghosts from the past plague Jack into violence while his son is a pyschic and can see the ghosts of the past. Director: Stanley Kubrick Writers: Stephen King (novel), Stanley Kubrick (screenplay) Stars: Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall, Danny Lloyd
This Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy\'s Revenge seems very different from the original and I for one was not a big fn of the direction they took. A teenage boy is possessed by Freddy Krueger, played by Robert Englund, in order to commit the murders to the children out of their dreams. Director: Jack Sholder Writers: David Chaskin, Wes Craven (characters) Stars: Robert Englund, Mark Patton, Kim Myers
A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 5: The Dream Child features Alice from the previous movie who was victorious against Freddy Krueger, Played by Robert Englund. This time she has to fight for the future of her unborn child. Freddy wants to be born in the world through her child. We venture in Freddy\'s darkest oldest past. We see where and how he was born. Only his own mother can try to stop and contain…
A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 4: The Dream Master was an all time favorite classic horror movie of mine. Freddy Krueger, played by Robert Englund, returns to finish off the Dream Warriors from the previous movie. They are defeated this time but someone new joins into the dance with Freddy. Freddy uses her to bring new victims to him but she may hold the answer to killing him for good. Director: Renny Harlin Writers:…
Sam Raimi The Evil Dead is a classic horror movie that also has Bruce Campbell in it. Five friends travel to a remote cabin for a good time. Little that they know, they are in for a terrifying time. The cabin has an evil book that releases flesh-possessing demons. Ash, played by Bruce Campbell, must rise victorious against these evil beings. Director: Sam Raimi Writer: Sam Raimi Stars: Bruce Campbell, Ellen Sandweiss, Richard DeManincor
Horror videos and movies have grown to become the longest-lasting movie genre in history. Horror videos are intended to elicit a feeling of dread, fear, or dismay. Expect the unexpected and count on an intense atmosphere that grows at a face pace. Horror videos often lull you into a sense of tranquility then suddenly create a menacing effect that jolts you out of your comfort zone. They can leave you with a vague ending, so you have the sense that the menace still remains, which is the perfect set up for a sequel. The two main subjects of horror videos are supernatural beings (vampires, phantoms, demons, etc.) or real situations and figures (serial killers, medical tragedies, etc.).
Scary Videos and Why We Love Them
The appeal of scary videos has grown over the years and with the new crop of films, such as Saw, The Strangers, Session 9, and Wes Craven's New Nightmare, the definition of horror has also evolved. These movies display more explicit gore, jump scenes, scares, and supernatural content than ever before.
But why do we love these scary videos? These movies allow us to confront our most primal fears, all in the comfort of our own home. Scary videos are terrifying, exciting, fascinating, and thrilling. The musical score adds tension, builds suspense, then releases it for a roller coaster ride our nerves love. Scary videos appeal to the basic human condition and to our attempts to overcome our fear. No matter why you love scary videos, one fact remains - we can't wait to watch the next one.
More About Horror Trailers & Videos
Page : 65/102 Throughout this trailer section you will find various "trailers" from the entire horror genre. Horror movie trailers give us great insights into what a good horror movie should be and what to look out for. With that said, our mission is to bring you all the horror trailers you can watch. We are especially trying to bring you all the recent horror trailers for 2015 - 2016.
We have film trailers for paranormal movies featuring ghosts, poltergeists and any other spooky scary variation. We have found footage movies; slasher and all the popular must see movies. Of course you can find monster/creature features along with the classic vampire, werewolf & zombie movies plus more.
Huge listing of horror movie trailers must see included on this page are The Fog (2005), John Carpenter Prince of Darkness (1987), John Carpenter Christine (1983), 28 Days Later (2002), Wes Craven A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984).