Clearly the term ‘Feeling Good’ in relation to horror films makes little sense at first but when I stopped to think about some of the films I love that was exactly the feeling they gave me.  I freaking love them! Being scared feels good. It’s why horror fans are some of the most dedicated in the world. All for the love of horror.
Here ya go. 10 horror movies that make you feel good.
10. The Lost Boys (1987)

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This film still stands tall today as a fan favorite. A few cast members have passed on since it’s release but the story and characters will live on forever. Frog Bros. for life!

9. Hide and Seek (2005)
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What kid doesn’t have imaginary friends?

8. I Walked with a Zombie (1943)

 This one is a classic horror film that truly feels like a horror throwback that never got old. Good’ole Zombies.
7. Zombieland (2009)
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This film was a non-stop fun ride of Zombie chases and killing.
6. Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)
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Gary Oldman was so good you forget how bad Keanu Reeves is. Has so many classic Dracula elements directed by the master Francis Ford Coppola.

5. The Sixth Sense (1999)

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This was a great film and really blew minds when it was released because of it’s effectiveness. M. Night Shyamalan’s best film maybe. Also made the world think that kid was the cutest ever. Now, not so much. lol.

4. The Others (2000)

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Every parents worst nightmare is ”The Others”.

3. Idle Hands (1999)
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This is was at the end of the 90’s and a huge resurgence in teen everything back then. This was a horror film that turned out to be a lot of fun and worth the price of popcorn on your couch.
2. The Orphanage (2007)

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When all you want to do is help others and the worlds children. Can you say ‘Karma’?  Good, because that’s about as real that gets in this film. Meaningless.

And last but not least, Tobe Hooper directed and Steven Spielberg wrote this classic film…

1. Poltergeist (1982)

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This scarred the heck out of me as a kid and stayed with me forever. I love that film for that reason alone but it’s also a really good scare. So worth the time. Forget the remake of this one. Watch the original.

Thanks for reading and tune in for more horror suggestions from Terror Time.

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