Best Horror Movies

The Hills Have Eyes Directed by Alexandre Aja.  I absolutely love this movie; it had me literally shaking the entire movie.  I saw some nasty, brutal, intense films that made me sick to my stomach but I didn’t want to stop watching it…I know, its SICK! The movie is a story of a family trip that goes terrifying awry when the travelers become stranded in a government atomic zone. These group of sick people who live in the desert, far away from civilization waiting to kill whoever lands in their property…. I found myself at the edge of my seat the whole time, my heart kept pounding faster every time.  The story is based on a vicious family of dements cannibals dwell in the barren wilderness through which the Carters are traveling. They are commanded by Papa Jupiter (James Whitworth), the patriarch of the clan. He was born a monster and killed his mother at childbirth. As a child, he was vicious and brutal, killing all the livestock on his father’s farm, then eventually murdering his sister. His father Fred, the owner of the gasoline station, eventually reached breaking attacking his son with a tire iron and leaving him in the wilderness to die. However, he survived, and kidnapped and began living with a pervert, alcoholic prostitute known as Mama. Together they had four children, three sons, (Mars (Lance Gordon), Pluto (Michael Berryman), and Mercury (Pete Locke); who possess characteristics of their counterparts in Ancient Roman Religion) and one daughter (Ruby). Now they are wild in the desert, stealing from, killing and cannibalizing all who cross their path.


HOSTEL directed by Eli Roth.  If you are looking for a film that will you goosebumps rise, make you nibble on your lip and definitely have you covering your eyes- then Hostel is for you.  Hostel is one of the movies that I  will never forget, is a mixture of many of the most terrifying things about human nature and real things that happen in the real world, elected from many impossible but true stories of human trafficking, international, organized crime and sex tourism.  The story brings a group of young guys to Eastern Europe hoping to have the best time of their life.  Initially distracted by the good time they’re having, quickly find themselves trapped in an increasingly adverse situation that they will discover is as wide and as deep as the darkest, sickest break of human nature itself – if they survive.