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'The Conjuring' and other great horror movies to download on iTunes
As Indie Wire reported, one of the most anticipated horror films of summer 2016, "The Conjuring 2," is dreadfully scary. Based on the real-life work of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, the sequel is set to be even more frightening than the first movie.
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Before checking out the latest paranormal happenings the Warrens are investigating, go back and check out where it all began. According to IMDB, "The Conjuring" hit the silver screen in 2013 and centers on a classic haunted house. Set in the early 1970s, the Perron family realizes that their new rural estate may be harboring sinister spirits.
The family calls on the Warrens to uncover the truth about their new home. These two characters are based on a real couple, who are best known for their work investigating the Amityville haunting. The story that take place in "The Conjuring" are also said to be based on true events.
After seeing a mysterious video tape of disturbing images, a single ring flashes on the screen. The phone begins to ring, and the voice on the other line simply says "You will die in seven days."
Though this doesn't follow the same formula as traditional horror movies, "The Ring" is about as frightening as they come. At times, the film is painfully scary, with both surprising and chilling moments of terror. Some scary flicks might rely too heavily on things that go "boo," but "The Ring" takes horror to new heights.
Although this movie is in many ways a parody of the slasher films that were popular in the 1980s, it is still plenty scary. Much of the fear is derived from the fact that there are no ghosts or spirits in "Scream." Instead, a mysterious wave of murders shocks a small California town, and the teenagers at Woodsboro High School must make sense of the string of crime. With a star-studded cast and a hint of humor, this movie is the perfect indulgence for horror movie fans.
'Night of the Living Dead'
Another film that has earned its place among the most revered scary films of all time is "Night of the Living Dead." As the original zombie movie, George A. Romero gave birth to an entire genre of movie monsters.
Shot in black and white, the film has, if anything, gotten more frightening in recent years. The timing is different than modern scary movies and there isn't an obvious soundtrack to guide your emotions. Instead, the events unfold without warning or circumstance, and the horrific nature of the zombies themselves stands alone. This film is both a work of art and a tremendously frightening movie.
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