best horror films of 2014/15

10824730_10153162014632174_1340411728_oLast Halloween I had posted ten of my favourite sinister house films. This season I chose to publish a small list of what I feel are the most terrifying horror movies that came out in 2014 and 2015. (Number four on the list was so frightening, I couldn’t bring myself to finish it.)

1. As Above, So Below

2. It Follows

3. The Babadook

4. The Taking of Deborah Logan

5. We Are Still Here

What do you think, readers? Can you suggest any other scary films?

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Emory

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3 Comments

  1. I guess I won’t sample these…not my favorite genre….but thank you for being thoughtful for posting for them that do like ’em!

  2. I absolutely loved It follows. Many people did not, but I thought it was such a subtle, terrifying premise. The taking of Deborah Logan was another brilliant movie. I have yet to check the other ones out. Great list, though!

  3. gjkool

     /  10/27/2015

    All of these were terrifying!! The babadook was probably my fav.

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