10 Best Horror Movies to Watch on Peacock, you heard right, Here we will suggest you some best Terrifying Horror Movies to Watch on Peacock. This list is really awesome if you are fond of horror movies.
List of 5 Best Horror Movies to Watch on Peacock
Night of the Living Dead (1968) :
Night of the Living Dead is an American independent horror film that was released in 1968 and directed, photographed, and edited by George A. Romero. The film also starred Duane Jones and Judith O’Dea, while the screenplay was written by John Russo and Romero.
The plot centres on a group of seven individuals who are cornered inside of a remote farmhouse in western Pennsylvania. They are defending themselves against an increasing number of flesh-eating, undead ghouls who are trying to break in.
|10 December 1969
|George A. Romero
|3 crores USD
|George A. Romero
|George A. Romero, Jack Russo
The Black Phone (2021)
The Black Phone is a 2021 American coming-of-age supernatural horror film directed by Scott Derrickson and written by Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill, who both produced with Jason Blum.
It is an adaptation of the short tale by Joe Hill with the same name that was published in 2004. The film stars Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Jeremy Davies, James Ransone, and Ethan Hawke. In the film, an abducted youngster (Thames) uses a weird telephone to speak with the previous victims of his crazed captor (Hawke)
|24 June 2022
|16.1 crores USD
Christopher H. Warner
Saw is a psychological horror film that was released in 2004 in the United States. It was directed by James Wan, who was making his debut as a feature film director, and written by Leigh Whannell, based on a scenario conceived by Wan and Whannell. It is the first film in the Saw film series and stars Whannell, Cary Elwes, Danny Glover, Monica Potter, Michael Emerson, Ken Leung, and Tobin Bell. It is also the first film in the Saw film series.
The story of the film is told in a nonlinear fashion and revolves around the mystery of the Jigsaw Killer. The Jigsaw Killer is a serial killer who puts his victims through lethal “games” in which they must inflict immense physical pain upon themselves in order to survive. The frame plot follows Jigsaw’s latest victims (Whannell and Elwes), who awaken in a vast decaying bathroom, with one being told to kill the other to save his own family.
|January 19, 2004
|103.9 million USD
|David A. Armstrong
The Blair Witch Project (1999)
Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez are the American filmmakers responsible for writing, directing, and editing the 1999 supernatural horror film The Blair Witch Project. In this work of fiction, Heather Donahue, Michael C. Williams, and Joshua Leonard play the roles of three student filmmakers who, in the year 1994, trek into the Black Hills near Burkittsville, Maryland, in order to produce a documentary on a local legend known as the Blair Witch.
The three are never seen again, but their belongings, including their equipment and tape, are located one year later. The film that is shown to the viewer is what is being called “recovered footage.”
|January 23, 1999
|248.6 million USD
Artisan Entertainment (United States)
Summit Entertainment (International)
Frankenstein is an American pre-Code science fiction horror film that was released in 1931. It was directed by James Whale and produced by Carl Laemmle Jr. The film was adapted from a play written in 1927 by Peggy Webling, which was in turn based on Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.
The screenplay was written by Francis Edward Faragoh and Garrett Fort, with uncredited additions from Robert Florey and John Russell. The Webling play was adapted by John L. Balderston.
|November 21, 1931
|$12 million USD
|Carl Laemmle Jr.