We all love horror films. The thrills and chills it gives is something which we can’t gain in our normal lives. The experience it does give is something which we can’t forget. Here are the best horror movies of all time that are worth the watch.
Starring Anushka Shetty in a lady oriented film, Arundathi is the movie that turned her career. This movie is about villain Pasupathi who tries to take revenge on Arundathi who is a doppelganger to her great grandmother who buried him alive in a tomb.
The storyline is, when Madhavan, the hero moves into his new house with his family, observes strange activities that happen in his house which are similar to the serial that only telecasts on his TV.
It is a classic RGV 90’s film that haunted the 90’s for a long time. The story revolves around a girl who is possessed by a demon whose family moved into a new house.
This movie was a sensation when it was released. This movie revolves around black magic and sorcery.
When a girl called Mantra, who inherits her ancestor’s villa even after knowing it is haunted just to burst the myths, takes a turn in an unexpected way.
Actor Siddarth is co-writer and co-producer of this film. He, who lives a happy life with his wife, faces unexpected situations by being haunted when a family moves next door.
No 90’s kid and early 20’s kid can forget this film which haunts us even now. Chanramukhi, an expired dancer who wants to take revenge on the king finds an opportunity when a girl mistakenly opens the lock of the door where she was locked.
Nayanthara, who plays a journalist in this movie, was haunted by a ghost when she visited her grandmother in her village. This movie takes a turn when she and her grandmother are attacked by a ghost.
Siddarth, who played a food safety officer, dies. After he dies, he possesses his fiancee to take revenge on who killed him and unwraps the truth behind his death.
4 professional ghost hunters try to investigate in a haunted house and get to know about two sisters and experience some paranormal activities and unusual behaviour in one of the sisters.
By Priyanka Komakula