Successful American Horror Films

Horror film originally appeared on the big scene at the beginning of the 20th century. It has unsetting slot designed to frighten audience with the content which triggers the logical parts of people’s imagination during the length of the story. Hence, the production managers must have inspiration, imagination, experience and professionalism in cinema.

It is the fact that in the past, scary movies were not regarded as any types of cinematography. However, the situation changes completely at the moment. Horror films were even rewarded at Oscar 2010. Traditionally, scary movies keep the audiences wondering about the wide range of mysterious elements, outcomes and manifesting fear.

Here are five scariest horror movies of America which surely bring audiences hair-raising experiences.


“The Walking Dead”

“The Walking Dead” tells the story of aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. A group of people led by Rick Grimes travel across in search for a new place away from the shuffling of dead people. When the situation becomes grim, the desperation put the group to the insanity. The survivors experience the unspeaking horror, both from the dead and the unforeseeable future.


“The Walking Dead” is an American horror movie based on the comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard.





“Dexter” is an American movie centering on Dexter Morgan, who is a forensic bloodstain pattern analyst for the Miami Metro Police Department but turns out to be a serial killer in moonlight. Dexter Morgan is adopted by Miami police officer Harry Morgan at the age of three. Later, Harry discovers that Dexter kills pets of neighborhood.

The young Dexter has been taught “The Code” so that he will never be caught.




“True Blood”

“True Blood” features Sookie Stackhouse, a telepathic waitress in small Louisiana town who can communicate with both human and vampires. Sookie Stackhouse falls in love with her colleague Bill Compton, but later he turns out to be the bloodsucker.

“True Blood” is an American television drama series based on “The Southern Vampire Mysteries” series of novels by Charlaine Harris.



“Spartacus: Blood and Sand”

“Spartacus: Blood and Sand”’s main character is Spartacus, who  involves in Batiatus\’ ludus under the tutelage of Doctore, a former gladiator and fellow slave. Batiatus later discovers Spartacus’s taming instrument and persuades him to fight for freedom.

“Spartacus: Blood and Sand” is shown on Starz network in 2010.




“Masters of Horror”

“Masters of Horror” features horror films by prominent directors including “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” by Tobe Hooper, “Suzy Banyon” by Dario Argento. The scariest film in the series is “Imprint” by Takashi Miike telling the story about the life of Japanese woman moving to America.

“Masters of Horror” is a new anthology series shown on Showtime in 2005.



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