4 Best Horror Movies Suitable to Accompany Your Saturday Night

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If you like horror movies and don’t know where to spend the weekends, then you should stay at home and watch the following horror films. Just turn off the lights and add snacks and coffee, then your Saturday night is complete!

1

The Shinning (1980)

This is a horror movie that is quite legendary. This film tells the story of Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) a hotel guard who is trusted to guard the hotel during the off-season. He also invited his family to stay at the hotel during the winter. But unexpectedly, mystical things began to happen. The wife of Wendy Torrance (Shelley Duvall) and her son Danny Torrance (Danny Lloyd) often experience spirits where ghosts seem to want to show that the hotel is a former site of murder. Not only that, Jack's attitude changes where he acts like a cold-blooded psychopath.
2

Rosemary's Baby (1968)

Rosemary (Mia Farrow) and Guy (John Cassavetes) are a married couple who never get a child. One time they moved to Bramford's apartment in New York City. They meet with neighboring elderly couples namely Minnie (Ruth Gordon) and Roman (Sidney Blackmer). Knowing that Rosemary never gets a baby, they give Rosemary a necklace. And sure enough, soon Rosemary was pregnant.
3

The Exorcist (1973)

A 12-year-old girl named Regan MacNeil (Linda Blaire) was suddenly possessed by an evil demon. The mother who is an actress Chris MacNeil (Ellen Burstyn) begins to bring Regan to the doctor. But Regan's condition worsened. Until finally the mother realized that Regan was possessed by an evil demon. He also invited a priest to conduct an exorcism ritual.
4

Psycho (1960)

Marion (Janet Leigh) is an employee at a company. One day he was determined to run away with his client's $ 40,000. His reckless actions are based on wanting to marry his lover Sam Loomis (John Gavin) and start a new life. On his escape he paused to rest at a motel called the Bates Motel. The motel is managed by Norman Bates (Anthony Pelkins), a young man who lives with his sick mother.

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