Top Horror Movies That Are Actually Scary

Despite the romantic, crime and mystery movies Hollywood has made the large number of horror movies. It might look like they believe in ghosts much and few of they are too scary to let you awake all night. Here are listed top horrors movies for that you need a gut to watch. Watch free movies HD and also you can watch any online hindi movies for free without downloading

The Babadook 2014
Director: Jennifer Kent
Budget: 2 million USD
Box office: 7.5 million USD
Awards: Empire Award for Best Horror

This story is about a single mother who has a boy while her husband died in a mysterious way. They have been shifted to another place where her son has been afraid of unusual things. She considers it the impact of his father’s death. Soon she discovers her son is right that there is something around them which has been come to children’s book. This film was well executed and also got the Empire Award for best Horror movie


The Conjuring 2013
Director: James Wan
Box office: 318 million USD
Film series: The Conjuring Film Series
Producers: Peter Safran, Tony DeRosa-Grund, Rob Cowan

A couple has been shifted to a schedule farm house with their five daughters. They discover some paranormal activities there. They hire two paranormal Activists to find out the reality. Though the manifestations are relatively benign at first, events soon escalate in horrifying fashion, especially after the Warrens discover the house's macabre history.


The Cabin in the Woods 2011
Director: Drew Goddard
Box office: 66.5 million USD
Nominations: Empire Award for Best Horror, more
Screenplay: Drew Goddard, Joss Whedon

When five college friends Kristen Connolly, Chris Hemsworth, Anna Hutchison, Fran Kranz, Jesse Williams went to some remote forest cabin. They consider this to be the small adventures trip away from the town to enjoy the weekend. While it turns into unpredictable last adventure trip for these youngsters. One by one they all become the victim of Zombies none has left.
While on the other side, two scientists have been manipulating the ghoulish goings-on, but even as the body count rises, there is yet more at work than meets the eye.


The Witch 2015
Director: Robert Eggers
Budget: 3 million USD
Box office: 40.4 million USD
Screenplay: Robert Eggers

A masterpiece of atmospheric horror brilliantly crafted period piece follows descent of a 17th-century New England farm family into despair and madness after their baby is snatched by a local hag. Though the film contains some genuinely terrifying sequences, much of its overwhelming sense of spookiness comes from what isn’t seen on the screen, along with the tension that inevitably results when the family pits their unbending Puritan outlook against the merciless power of Mother Nature.


The House of the Devil 2009
Director: Ti West
Budget: 900,000 USD
Box office: 101,215 USD
Screenplay: Ti West

The House of the Devil plays up the spooky atmosphere and retro style. A young college student starts an extra job of Babysitting for the sake of money. At that house she discovers some unusual things which she feels has been hiding by the servants just to use her dead or alive.