The Best Ten of Supernatural
        

 

The best supernatural movies are created to make chills and cold sweat go down our spines like cat nails. These movies keep us disturbed for days, for months, worst, sometimes even years. There are so many great supernatural movies to choose from, well, we can only pick ten. And the top ten horror supernatural to make the list are the following.

 

 

 

10) Thirteen Ghost (2001)

Director: Steve Beck

Writers: Robb White & Neal Marshall Stevens

Plot: This overzealous, selfish, dreadful ghost collector wanted to gain the ultimate power over the world with the help of thirteen ghosts. Even if it takes killing his own sister-in-law to get his dream going, that's what he will do.

   

 

9) Wolf (1994)

Director: Mike Nichols

Plot: It's a full moon, the character Jack is playing is driving home when out of nowhere a wolf jumps in front of his car. So he hits it accidentally. When he walks outside to check it out, to only find himself getting bitten by this creature of the night. Little did he know that his life was never going to be the same after this event. This movie is one of the best werewolf movies I have ever seen

 

 

8) The Omen (1976)

Director: Richard Donner

Writer: David Seltzer

Plot: Damien is not your typical boy; he is from the Devil himself. He is here to fulfill his devilish mission. Whoever attempts to stop him will be sorry they did. You got to see this movie; if you love horror, you got to own it.

 

 

7) The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005)

Director: Scott Derrickson

Writers: Scott Derrickson & Paul Harris Boardman

Plot: Emily was an average catholic girl who went to college away from home. She went to church when she was home on a weekly basis, therefore, what happened next, made it even more shocking than it could ever be. This movie is based on true facts. One night at her dorm room she heard some noise outside in the hall, she gets up, and steps out of her room to find the front door of the hallway wide open, she closes it, but something gets in her room as she unknowingly gets back in her room and closes it. Something very powerful takes possession of her body as she lay on her bed. She cannot move, or yell for help. Hereon, her life was never the same again. This movie is a must see!

 

 

6) Gothika (2003)

Director: Matthiew Kassovitz

Writer: Sebastian Guttierez

Plot: Halle plays the character of a very successful psychiatrist married to one of the best in the field. The events that took place next were never expected. Her husband was living a second life; one that only people like him could understand. Out of the blue, one night on the way home, she thought she saw something on the road and swerved out of the way, and to wake up weeks later in the ward that she was working in, only this time, she is the patient, not the doctor. This is a must see movie, I enjoyed it very much and I know you guys will too.

 

5) Poltergeist (1982)

Director: Tobe Hooper

Plot: It's the story of a family whose little girl is the sole target of every evil spirits lurking in the dark corners of their attic. They use the tv to communicate with the little girl but will she ever understand them. They want to take her with them at all cost but her parents will never let them win. With the help of a medium and many other healers; the family try to rid their house of these spirits. Maybe they ought to abandon the house instead of trying to get these poltergeists out because it is a battle that they may never win.

 

 

4) Incubus (1966)

Director: Leslie Stevens

Writer: Leslie Stevens 

Plot: Marc, the lead actor played by William Shatner, is caught in the middle of a scheme planned by a supernatural being who wants nothing but his soul. This being will do anything to get what she wants, but in the process she finds herself falling deeper and deeper in love with Marc. Will good overcome evil? This white and black movie was one of my favorite growing up. I know you guys will understand it more if you get to watch it alone.

 

 

3) Pet Sematary (1989)

Director: Mary Lambert

Writer: Stephen King

Plot: How far will a father go to get his son back? Will he force himself to believe in the supernatural in order to get his handsome little boy back? When we are faced with adverse circumstances, we feel chained down and have nowhere to run to. Sometimes, we should probably just let it happen, just let everything happen the way they supposed to. Because once we start to play God, we mess everything up way worse than before.

 

 

2) The Sixth Sense (1999)

Director: M. Night Shyamalan

Writer: M. Night Shyamalan

Plot: It's the story of a very special little boy who could see the dead. But how many of them are aware that they are dead, is the real question. He will have to use tact and ingenuity in order to help the dead accomplish their unfinished business before they can move on to the light.

 

 

And our number one supernatural horror movie of all times is...

 

1) The Exorcist (1973)

Plot: This young girl was one of the happiest twelve year old in her town. Her mother was a very active teacher. They were each other's best friends, until they started to hear noises in the attic one night and it all change for the worse since. If you haven't seen this movie, you need to because it is one of the scariest movies ever made. If you love horror, you need this in your collection. It made the number one list because it is the one scariest and oldest thriller that was based on true events and still scares the jeepers creepers of even the cast in the movie.

Title: The Exorcist (1973) Directed by William Friedkin, Written by William Peter Blatty in 1971

Cast: Ellen Burstyn, Linda Blair, Jason Miller, Max Von Sydow, Mercedes McCambridge

Scoop: Based on true events, several strange things occurred throughout the filming of this supernatural flick. Father King was called to bless the set and the cast numerous times.

Unsurprisingly, the barf scene caused an international gag chain reaction within the first day of showing. Most moviegoers were not able to hold their cookie whenever the vomit scene came up. Hence, most theaters warned their patrons to have readily "The Exorcist Barf bag" if they wanted to enjoy the film.

Languages: English, Arabic, Latin, Greek, German, French

Favorite Quote: "It's an excellent day for an exorcism!"

Scariest character: Reagan(Pazuzu)

Running Time: 122 minutes

Filming Locations: Sinjar, Iraq; Manhattan, NY

Favorite Scenes: The arrival of the priest scene, vaginal crucifix stabbing scene, the spider-walk scene, the 360 head spin, the hundred gallons of green slimy vomit. These scenes made this movie what it is now, the best horror movie of all times!

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Why: The Exorcist is that movie you just can't ever get enough of. Even though, you probably have seen it hundreds of times when you were in your teens. As an adult, you still find yourself compelled to watch it again and again. Funny enough, you find new thrills, new scary scenes that you have missed when you were younger or maybe your feeble mind was just not ready to fully digest when you were at that age. Recently, these newly discovered scenes just bite at you to celebrate the greatness of this film. Trust me, it's okay, we are with you on that because surely enough, we have experienced it too. That's the very reason we will continue to celebrate this supernatural cult classic for years to come as the most perversed, the most sinister, the most grotesque, the slimiest hands down, the scariest and the most entertaining horror movie of all times. 

 

To me that was Supernatural Horror at its best but if you feel there are other horror movies out there way better than "The Exorcist" please do not hesitate to enlighten me.Spread it!

 

Which supernatural movie is your favorite one?