19 Underrated Horror Movies

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1. The Orphanage (2007)

The Orphanage (2007)

Warner Bros. / Picturehouse

A woman brings her son to the now-abandoned orphanage where she grew up. Her son begins making imaginary friends, and starts having strange experiences when she reopens the orphanage.

Why you need to watch it: “Not only is it deeply frightening, but utterly heartbreaking as well. It has the perfect amount of body horror to put you on edge.”

Submitted by Keira C Georgeson, Facebook

2. Suspiria (1977)

Suspiria (1977)

Seda Spettacoli

A woman leaves New York to join a prestigious ballet school in Freiburg, Germany, and after a series of murders occur, she learns the school is actually a front for something sinister.

Why you need to watch it: “The use of lighting and music is genius and so creepy… not to mention an incredible shot of a still beating heart with a knife through it!”

Submitted by amberlundyleigh

3. Cube (1997)

Cube (1997)

Trimark Pictures

A group of strangers wake up in a seemingly endless maze of deadly traps. As they carefully and skeptically try to find their way out, each person learns that they possess a particular skill that landed them in the Cube.

Why you need to watch it: “It was Saw, before Saw was a thing.”

Submitted by Susan Williams, Facebook

4. The Haunting (1963)

The Haunting (1963)

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

A researcher focusing on the paranormal invites two women to a haunted mansion, and it doesn’t take long for the spirits to begin manifesting themselves.

Why you need to watch it: “It’s a film that lets your imagination do the work, so it’s scarier than all the CGI monsters in the world.”

Submitted by James Thomas, Facebook

5. Jacob’s Ladder (1990)

Jacob's Ladder (1990)

Tri-Star Pictures

A man who has lost his child tries to discover more about his past while suffering from delusion. He tries to recognize the difference between reality and non-reality as he tries to keep his current life together.

Why you need to watch it: “It’s an excellent psychological thriller that gives you the creeps with its believability. Very Hitchcock-esque.”

Submitted by annabell4f3135c24

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