Try Not To Scream: These Scary Movies Will Have You On The Edge Of Your Seat


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Shutter Island (2010): What do you get when you add an insane asylum, an unrelenting storm and devastating flashback sequences? Leonardo DiCaprio losing his damn mind! ...or is he? Martin Scorcese's direction will keep you guessing as the credits roll.


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Get Out (2017): Written and directed by Jordan Peele - who just won an Academy Award for his work! - 'Get Out' was THE film to see in 2017 and fans drove its success from limited release to a global box office phenomenon of over $250 million!


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The Silence of the Lambs (1991): When it comes to psychopathic killers, it's hard to get passed Hannibal Lector. This iconic film never fails to make us jump - especially those night vision goggles. No spoilers, but wait for it.


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Panic Room (2002): Directed by David Fincher and starring Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart, the on screen mother and daughter play out a terrifying home invasion from a 'safe room'. We can never look at Jared Leto the same.


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The Shining (1980): 'Here's Johnny' just might be the most iconic phrase from any horror or thriller film - but the anticipation of his meltdown is seared into our brains forever.


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Se7en (1995): Where 'crime' perfectly melds with 'thriller' you will find 'Se7en'. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman investigate a series of murders - but nothing beats the jaw-dropping twist. We're still not over it.


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American Psycho (2000): This may be part comedy, but Christian Bale's disturbing portrayal of Patrick Bateman is truly chilling.


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It Follows (2014): We had to hit you with something supernatural and when you finally see what 'it' is, screaming is inevitable.


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Ex Machina (2015): In his directorial debut Alex Garland hit this film out of the park and into a world of a ground-breaking scientific experiment. Alicia Vikander is perfection.


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Hide & Seek (2005): Dakota Fanning and Robert De Niro had us freaking tf out in this chilling film about a father who takes his daughter away to the countryside after his wife commits suicide. Dakota's character literally made us fear children.


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Nightcrawler (2014): Jake Gyllenhaal records violent incidents late at night in Los Angeles to sell to the media - but how far will he go?


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A Quiet Place (2018): 100% on Rotten Tomatoes doesn't lie. Remember if they hear you, they'll hunt you. Real life couple Emily Blunt and John Krasinski will have you on the edge of your seat the entire film. Don't miss 'A Quiet Place', in cinemas April 5!