Best Horror Movies Of 2014
Under The Skin
Under The Skin is the top horror movie of year 2014 yet. Scarlett Johansson, Paul Brannigan and Robert J. Goodwin starrer horror drama is directed by Jonathan Glazer, it was released in April , 2014.
The story is about a lone woman who looks out for guys in Glasgow and Scottish Highland. What she does to those guys will haunt you for a long time. She continues her menacing routine when her conception of the world evolves and she undergoes the critical process of self-realization. This artful piece of work is created by the director of Sexy Beasts, it has many layers. Though the film has a bit slow pace but it does not bore you. Scarlett Johansson’s performance is at its peak in this movie.
The star cast of The Babadook consists of Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman and Daniel Henshall. This film was directed by Jennifer Kent and released in October 2014. It has earned millions of dollars yet. The story revolves around a single mother who is overwhelmed years later by the fierce car smash death of her husband, on the way to the hospital to have her son. Her 6 years old son finds a creepy book in the house which sets off his fear of the monster The Babadook. The creature is prowling and wants to enter her soul and harm the boy. Sometimes it seems like real and sometimes a display of her mental sickness. Fabulously created Australian supernatural horror thriller is a feast for horror lovers. The kid and the mother both have played their roles fantastically.
The Guest comes at number three. Adam Wingard directed movie has Dan Stevens, Maika Monroe and Lance Reddick as the leading stars . it was released in September 2014.
The story begins when a handsome soldier knocks at the door of the Peterson family and tells them that he is a close friend of their son who died in Afghan war. The family welcomes him warmly because he has come over there to fulfil the promise he had made to their son. The story takes a twist when some strange killings in the town make him suspicious in the eyes of, Anna, a teenage girl of Peterson family and she starts doubting whether the guest is actually who he claims to be or something else.
Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, Max Minghella and James Remar starrer Horns is directed by Alexandre Aja and was released in October 2014.
The story is based on a well-known novel, Son of Stephen King by Joe Hill. The lead role is played by Radcliffe. It’s a story of who is a prime suspect for his girlfriend’s rape and killing. One morning when he wakes up after a heavy drunken night he finds two horns appeared on his forehead. Moreover he is gifted with a strange power to force people to confess their misdeeds. He sets out to find the real culprit. The strong direction and powerful performance of the actors make this film the most anticipating piece of art.
Karen Gillian, Brenton Thwaites, Katee Sackhoff and Rory Cochrane starrer horror drama is directed by Michael Flanagan. It was released in April 2014.
It’s a story of a haunted antique mirror who causes death to its buyers. The parents of two young kids are killed in a horrifying way and the suspect falls on 12 years old son but the sister knows who the real murderer was. The authorities takes the boy to a rehabilitation center. After many years brother and sister reunites. The girl wants to prove and punish the real culprit- the mirror whereas boy doesn’t believe in it anymore. This leads to a chain of horrific miss happenings. It’s a breathe taking horror and thriller movie.