The Halloween period is officially open! To best prepare you for the evening of October 31, we have concocted a selection of the best horror films to go see at the cinema or watch from home!
Halloween is coming and you want to scare yourself! Problem, you never know what to watch for the evening of the 31st. That’s good, J’aime Dijon has concocted a small list of the best horror films to go see at the cinema right now. The dark rooms of Dijon will really become dark…
Halloween Ends (David Gordon Green): The most cult (-12 years old)
“Four years after the events of Halloween Kills, Laurie now lives with her granddaughter Allyson and is finishing her memoir. Michael Myers hasn’t come forward lately. After allowing Michael’s shadow to hang over the course of her existence for decades, she finally decided to free herself from fear and anger and turn to life. But when a young man, Corey Cunningham, is accused of murdering a boy he was babysitting, Laurie will have to confront the evil forces that elude her one last time, in an onslaught of violence and terror…” Released October 12
The Devil’s Prey (James Hawes): The most paranormal (-12 years old)
“According to the Vatican archives, cases of demonic possession have increased significantly in recent years. To deal with this, the Catholic Church has secretly reopened exorcism schools. On this spiritual battlefield, Sister Ann, a young nun, stands out as a promising fighter. Although nuns are forbidden to perform exorcisms, a teacher detects this particular gift in her and agrees to initiate it. But her soul is in danger because the evil forces she fights are mysteriously linked to her traumatic past: the devil has chosen her and he wants to enter…” Released October 26
X (Ti West): The most original (-16 years old)
“At the end of the 1970s, a film crew took over an isolated house in the depths of Texas to make an X movie. At nightfall, the owners of the premises surprised the amateur filmmakers in the act. The filming suddenly turns into a nightmare. »
Hello horror movie fans! For you, the question “where to celebrate Halloween in Dijon?” does not even arise. On October 31, horror movie night is at home or nothing. Good news, streaming platforms are not left out to celebrate Halloween. Headlining, Netflix offers a very particular horror program: The Netflix Halloween Challenge. 31 days, 31 bloody horror films and series to get you in the mood until the fateful date. Here is our Top 5 films and series to see for those who like to shiver.
- American Nightmare
- Without a Noise
- The Evil Spirit of Halloween
- Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosity
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