As we are facing a pandemic, maybe going outside on Halloween time just like we do every single year, may not be the best idea at the moment. So, have you already thought what to do that day instead? We recommend you to enjoy your night by binge-watching these movies below.
Under the skin (2014)
A science fiction fantasy in which everything from the music to the colors was designed to build up the tension. Here, Scarlett Johansson plays a mysterious woman who seduces men during the loneliest hours in Scotland, but she actually hides a darker and disturbing secret.
What makes this movie so terrible is its incredible visual beauty (from those opening credits to that dreamy end as it was out of a fantasy) to the despair, depression, loneliness and selfishness portrayed to create a feeling that all is lost.
There is nothing more disturbing than an evil child in a horror movie. The film follows the story of a crime perpetrator (Ethan Hawke) who moves with his family to a house where a grisly crime happened so that he can investigate the events up close and personal. But, when they find an old box of Super 8 movies in their attic, the family begins to personally experience those same events that seemed to be part of the original case, causing their life to take a wicked turn at the hands of their youngest son.
Upstream Color (2012)
This movie makes you feel so terrified without using too obvious or extreme images, but always keeping the idea that something sinister is about to happen. It tells the story of a woman who, after losing her memory, meets a man with a similar story, and together they must figure out their identity and reality, which causes them and the audience themselves, a strong sense of paranoia and despair.
The story follows Lily and Amanda, two friends who believe they are losing control of their lives and decide to develop a dark plan to free themselves and regain control, whatever that cost. But everything is a matter of perception and despair can turn anyone into a monster.
My mother’s eyes (2016)
This movie doesn’t seem very disturbing at first but that will change as the story keeps going and turns into a violent and disturbing story, where the worst actually happens off-camera. It follows a lonely young woman who makes her darkest desires to come true after a tragedy destroyed her life.
What do you think about these movies?