Wicked Weekend 11

Wicked Weekend 11

Horrorific content by Dusan on August 14th, 2020 | Horror Lists, Wicked Weekend |

Hey Horrorfans, Phobia Friday is here and we have some new Allhorror recommendations for you to check out during the weekend.

1. Clown (2014)

Clown is bloody, violent and frightening with only a sprinkling of comic relief. The movie starts light, then gets a bit mysterious and funny before finally turning dark and frightening. It's known for being one of the best clown movies in horror.

This film is also featured on our Top 10 Best Horrors produced by Eli Roth

2. Feral (2018)

A wild animal attacks six medical students on a weekend hike in the woods. One by one, they become infected with a "feral disease", turning them into rabid, bloodthirsty creatures, and the vacation becomes a nightmare as they fight to survive each other.

3. Lights Out (2016)

Lights Out was originally based off a Swedish short film which was directed by and features a couple of the same minds behind the short. It's about a malicious demon attached to a woman, who constantly terrifies her daughter, both as a girl and now as an adult. The movie preys on nyctophobia, a fear of the dark. If you already seen this supernatural horror please check our list of similar films.

4. Session 9 (2001)

Session 9 creates suspense and dread primarily through a combination of old creepy psychiatric recordings of a young girl with multiple personalities and of increasingly disturbing flashbacks of the very recent past. There are enough twists and turns to make this a truly intriguing mind bender.

It is ranked highly on many horror lists including our Top 10 Best Ghost Horrors and it is #67 on our 125 Best Horrors Movies

BONUS HORROR

As a bonus we have a good comedy horror with a spider. But not just any spider, a Big Ass Spider! (2013). Is it cheesy? A little bit, yes. But the acting is good and the connection between the main character and his sidekick is fluid and works really well.  Hope you enjoy!

Have a Great Wicked Weekend!


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