Horror movies you won’t want to watch alone: 1. As Above So Below
The final horror movie on our list of terrifying films not to watch alone has to be As Above So Below. With this film, it is as much about the atmosphere the filmmakers are able to develop as it is the story itself.
An archaeologist on a quest to find a legendary artifact known as Flamel’s Philosopher’s Stone learns that the thing she has been searching for is apparently located in the Catacombs under the city of Paris. Once she puts together a team to head under the city on a hunt for this legendary stone said to turn metals into gold and even grant eternal life, the team finds themselves heading into what one can only describe as their own personal hells.
Again, this is a found-footage horror movie, but it is done so well and in such a way that is truly terrifying. If you are familiar with the idea of the seven layers of Hell, then you will understand why this movie works so well.
Dante’s Inferno is brought to life in this underground hellscape of death and darkness. In order to escape what is essentially an alternate reality filled with pain and suffering, demons and spirits, past pain and torment, these people must traverse the layers of Hell on a journey to safety and truth.
It is impossible to watch this movie and not be terrified by the idea of being trapped in an underground landscape of death and torture.
There are a lot of horror movies that have been made over the years. And while any of them can be considered terrifying and nightmare-inducing, these 30 are definitely some of the scariest. Forget watching these movies on your own, and get ready for some jumping, eye covering, and maybe even a shriek or two. These may not be the greatest horror movies ever made, but they deliver on the fear factor.