Perfect Halloween Movies

Perfect Halloween Movies

Staying in for Halloween? or just need something to watch that’s scary? Check out the list and trailers below. These are my personal favorites & if you have any recommendations leave them in the comments! Also, do not forget to grab your popcorn!


  1. The Conjuring 2

The first one is scary but not as scary as this one. I would recommend watching the first one before watching this one. The is probably the second scariest movie I have ever seen! ITS A MUST WATCH!!

2. Insidious 2 

I guess I have a thing with like the second movie better than the first. But, THIS IS THE MOST SCARIEST MOVIE I HAVE EVER SEEN! *watch the first one first to get some of the back story*

3. Scream 

This is a classic everyone should have seen before or need to see!

4. Halloween

Another CLASSIC! there area so many of these movies I personally think the original is the best. There is also a new one that just came out last week.

5. IT

Another CLASSIC! There is a new IT movie that just came out last year I still haven’t seen it but I’m pretty sure its not better than the original. *warning this movie is three hours long* 

6. The others

I have not watched this movie in years but I remember being scared by it!

7. Shaun of The Dead

As much as this is a thriller its also a light comedy movie too. Not so much of a horror movie but it definitely has it moments.

8. The Hills Have Eyes

This movie I did not see on any list of horror movies but its really good and I enjoyed it! *its a horror movie to me and I was scared by it* 

9. Bride Of Chucky 

Another CLASSIC!

10. Candyman 

I am 22 years old and I’m still scared of this movie til this day.

11. Freddy Vs Jason

Probably one of my favorite horror movies.

12. Haunting In Connecticut 2 

Definitely one of the most scariest movies I have ever seen!

13. Children Of The Corn

All I have to say is just watch.

14. The Wrong Turn

Nappily Ever After Review

Nappily Ever After Review

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Violet Jones (Sanaa Lathan) has a seemingly perfect life — a high-powered job, an eligible doctor boyfriend and a meticulously maintained, flawless coiffure. But after a life-changing event doesn’t go according to her plan, and a hair-raising incident at the hairdresser, her life begins to unravel. Eventually, Violet realizes that she was living the life she thought she was supposed to live, not the one she really wanted. (Via Rotten Tomatoes)

My Review:  This was a movie I thoroughly enjoyed all the way through. The message was important and very relatable for all black women. All women would enjoy this movie also but, black women journey with their hair will draw them more to this movie. I think the acting was ‘okay’ by the cast. I love that the main characters are black or a minority. I love that the message of this movie correlates to what little and adult black women have to go through with their hair. This movie plays on a lot of stereotypes of the black women about their hair. I think the storyline should have been a little stronger. There was no climax the movie sort of just flowed through the whole time. It was sort of predictable. I hated the ending because it was extremely subpar. All In All, I am not necessarily sure that I would recommend this movie because it did not exceed my expectations at all. but, if you’re bored and need something to watch this can be it!


* If you did watch the movie, leave in the comments if you liked it or not!

Rating: 3.5/5