5 Movies to Watch If You Want to Scare Yourself Tonight
By now, we hope you've already watched the Korean zombie thriller Train to Busan already. Yes, it's an exhausting movie because it feels like your heart's going to pop out of your chest. But don't you just miss the feeling of screaming your lungs out while watching a movie that's meant to scare the life out of you?
We totally get how you're feeling, Candy Girls. To help you cope with your Train to Busan ~*feels*~, we've rounded up five more movies you can watch in case you want to scare yourself again tonight. Go on, call your best friends and have a movie marathon of these movies.
- Don't Breathe(2016)
Thought a blind guy leaving alone is harmless? Not until you break into his house because when Rocky, Alex, and Money do it to steal money from a blind guy, they discover that he's actually not as helpless as he seems. They find themselves trapped in the house, fighting for their dear lives just to make it out alive.
- Lights Out (2016)
If you're not afraid of the dark, this movie might force you to sleep with the lights on for a few nights because there's a ghost or a monster that only appears once the lights are out—say hello to Diana. This movie will keep you anxious the whole time because any dark places can cause Diana to appear, even in small dark spaces. Yikes!
- The Conjuring 2 (2016)
If you loved the first Conjuring movie, you'll love this one as well. How scary is it? Let's just say that The Nun was so effective that it's getting its own movie. Plus, did we mention this was based on a series of true events? Google Enfield haunting and you'll see photos and even read articles that were also used in this movie.
- The Shallows (2016)
Sharks will always be scary creatures to everyone. So you can just imagine how it feels to be trapped on a small rock in the middle of the sea figuring out a way to get into shore when you know that the great white shark is going to attack you any moment you jump into the water.
- Before I Wake (2016)
Loved Jacob Tremblay's performance in Room? You will love him more as troubled child Cody here whose dreams come true. It's nice when he has nice dreams but once the environment he lives in becomes stressful, he'll have nightmares and a mysterious creature will appear to take the ones he loves.