Top 10 Horror Movies of the Decade
10. Hush: 2016 6/10
Director Mike Flanagan does a great job with the budget he had, the scary and jumpscares are there it is just missing something.
9. 1922: 2017 6/10
Zak Hilditch took a major step into storytelling and including scary, there is room for improvement but overall an okay movie.
8. Annabelle Creation: 2017 6.5/10
With the Annabelle movie series being connected with The Conjuring, Annabelle Creation explains the backstory of both series. Director David Sandberg does an okay job of explaining the connections.
7. Doctor Sleep: 2019 7/10
Doctor Sleep being the sequel to The Shining, director Mike Flanagan does a good job of including many connections throughout the movie. Including many clips from The Shining.
6. It Chapter Two: 2019 7.5/10
Being the sequel to It, It Chapter Two takes a different approach from most sequels. It displays the characters much older in present day as they work together. Director Andrés Muschietti does a good job of displaying characters in present day.
5. The Conjuring 2: 2016 8/10
playing a part into the Annabelle and Conjuring series, The Conjuring 2 does not explain very much into the story. Director James Wan does a good job scaring the audience in many twists and turns throughout the movie including many jumpscares, suspense and many scary shots.
4. It: 2017 8.5/10
Director Andrés Muschietti does a good job on It, it is a major improvement from the original, bringing much scarier scenes and more backstory to the movie.
3. The Conjuring: 2013 8.5/10
James Wan does a great job of connecting Annabelle and The Conjuring series again, making the movie one of the scariest and best explained films of the decade.
2. Halloween: 2018 9/10
-After many disappointing sequels Halloween gets a well rounded movie this time, many scary scenes with a sprinkle of backstory brings just the right amount. Director David Gordon Green displayed his talent well.
1. Get Out: 2017 9.5/10
-Director Jordan Peele does a stellar job of including a culture changing, storytelling, thriller. With Get Out being Peele’s debut movie the sky’s the limit for Peele.