Horror films can dispose of a victim in a variety of inventive methods, as evidenced by films like Crimes of the Future, which was released on June 3, 2022. Become one of the evil beings that wants to harm them and there’s something extra frightening about that. The top 10 horror movies listed below are based on the same idea, in which the cruelties of the world lead victims to mutate into monsters. Have a look at them.
Top 10 Horror Movies
1. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)
Director- Don Siegel
When all of Dr. Miles Bennell’s patients in Santa Mira, California, present him with the same complaint. It is that their loving ones appear to have got replace by soulless impostors—he is perplex. In spite of dismissive denials from others, Dr. Bennell, his ex-girlfriend Becky, and his friend Jack quickly learn that the patients’ fears are accurate: an extraterrestrial species of human copies, developed from plant-like pods, is engulfing the small town.
2. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)
Director- Rouben Mamoulian
London society holds Henry “Harry” Jekyll in high regard. In his personal life, he is already engage to Muriel Carew, a brigadier general’s daughter. He is a scientist, academician, and doctor in his working life. He postulates that every man possesses a good side and an evil side that can get divide into two. As a result, society will get improve since the evil side will be under control and the good side would be able to live carefree. He conducts experiments on himself in order to verify his theory. Ivy Pierson, a party girl, gets terrorise by his evil side, which he calls Mr. Hyde, after it escapes into London. Knowing what Hyde is up to, Jekyll resolves to put an end to his experiments because of the pain he has caused Ivy. Jekyll is not aware of how deeply Hyde is ingraine in Jekyll’s existence.
3. An American Werewolf in London (1981)
Director- John Landis
A werewolf attacks two college students from the US who are visiting Britain on foot. While the other is maule, one gets kill. The locals are loath to recognise the presence of the werewolf, which is slain but then transforms back into a human. The student who is still alive initially starts to dream about hunting on four legs, but soon discovers that his companion and other recent victims are there, pleading with him to kill himself so they might be freed from their curse and escape from the strange deaths that have trapped them between realms.
4. Dawn of the Dead (1978)
Director- George A. Romero
Following the events of Night of the Living Dead (1968), we follow the adventures of four zombie apocalypse survivors as they seek safety in an abandoned mall after a terrifying SWAT evacuation of an apartment building. Taking stock of their surroundings, they equip themselves, secure the mall, and eliminate the zombies there so they may survive—at least temporarily. After a few months, they start to feel increasingly tense and realise they have become victims of consumerism. A sizeable gang of bikers quickly finds the mall and invades it, upsetting the survivors’ well laid preparations and leaving them to defend themselves against both deadly bandits and flesh-eating zombies. Soon after that, they have even more serious issues to worry about.
5. The Howling (1981)
Director- Joe Dante
Eddie Quist has been preying on homeless people as a serial killer, and Karen White is the only newsperson he contacts. Dr. George Waggner orders her to take a vacation following a nearly fatal meeting with him at an adult film store. Karen’s involvement in Eddie’s capture had been quite traumatic. She is unable to recall Eddie’s face, despite the fact that Eddie gets kill by police. When she learns that he is from a small town in the woods, she decides to take her husband Bill Neill there for a holiday. She is unaware that Eddie is a member of a pack of werewolves that like to maintain a low profile and avoid publicity. She now has to fight for her very soul in addition to her survival.
6. Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992)
Director- Francis Ford Coppola
Jonathan Harker, a young attorney, is sent to a desolate town in the shadows of eastern Europe. A picture of Harker’s fiancée, Mina Murray, inspires the undead vampire Dracula to visit London, where he captures and imprisons him. Dracula begins his reign of horror and seduction in Britain, taking Mina’s best friend Lucy Westenra’s life. To try to fend off Dracula, Lucy’s friends come together.
7. The Thing (1982)
Director- John Carpenter
Antarctica, early winter 1982, US research station. A helicopter from the neighbouring Norwegian research station buzzes the base unexpectedly. A dog has escaped from their base, and they are attempting to kill it. The US crew arrives at the Norwegian base following the destruction of the Norwegian helicopter only to find everyone there dead or missing. They do discover the remnants of an odd monster that the Norwegians torched. Taking it to their base, the Americans conclude it is an alien life form. After some time, it becomes clear that the alien has the ability to take control of, ingratiate itself into, and spread across different living forms—including people. As a result, tensions rise because it’s possible for anyone at the base to get possess by The Thing.
8. The Lost Boys (1987)
Director- Joel Schumacher
Due to financial difficulties, a recently divorced woman and her teenage boys Mike and Sam must go to Santa Carla, California, to live with her father. Sam initially dismisses rumours about vampires living in the little town with a chuckle. But once Mike encounters a stunning female at the neighbourhood amusement park, he starts to display the typical vampiric traits. Sam enlists two teenage vampire hunters to identify and kill the top vampire in order to save his brother because he fears for his own safety.
9. Fright Night (1985)
Director- Tom Holland
Teenager Charley Brewster witnesses a coffin being delivered to the home next door while in his bedroom with his girlfriend Amy Peterson. A few days later, he comes to the conclusion that his next-door neighbour Jerry Dandrige is a vampire who has recently perpetrated some unsolved homicides. Since the police officers do not accept Charley’s charges, he chooses to seek assistance from his friend Evil Ed Thompson first. Infuriated, Jerry swears to murder Charley. Later, he encounters Peter Vincent, a middle-aged man who kills vampires on television but does not actually believe in them. To convince Charley that Jerry is not a vampire, the group tries to find Peter Vincent as Amy and Ed look for him.
10. The Fly (1986)
Director- David Cronenberg
To teleport any object over space from one “Telepod” to the other, Seth Brundle, a research scientist hired by Bartok Sciences, devised “Telepods,” two-matter transmission pods. Seth doesn’t actually master teleportation until he meets the journalist Veronica Quaife, who motivates him to change the system. Seth teleports himself in an experiment using matter transmission, but he doesn’t realise that his genes have been combined with those of a house fly that was also imprisoned in the telepod with him. As a result, something terrible happens. Seth is currently fighting a tremendous battle as his mutated genes begin to gain control while slowly evolving into the terrible mutant creature known as “Brundlefly.”