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Friday, February 27, 2015

CineMarvellous' TOP 10 Horror Movies of 2014

CineMarvellous! presents: 
George Beremov's TOP 10 Horror Movies of 2014
(click on the title to read the quick review)

1. The Taking of Deborah Logan (8.00/10)
"...culminating in a final act that features one of the scariest film sequences ever shown."

2. Godzilla [3D] (7.75/10)
"...it turns into an eye-popping spectacle of mass destruction, monster fights, and sheer mayhem..."

3. Housebound (7.50/10)
"..a Kiwi 'haunted house' flick with a clever twist, that feels like a breath of fresh air..."

4. The Babadook (7.25/10)
"...even without the horror parts, the story is already disturbing in itself in a truly believable manner."

5. Afflicted (7.25/10)
"Delivering enough scares, shocks, and gross-out gore, it will keep you entertained and intrigued...:

6. The Maze Runner (7.25/10)
"...a well put together dystopian sci-fi horror, build upon a maze of dark mystery."

7. Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead (7.00/10)
"Featuring dozens of  beyond inventive death scenes, excessive gore, and guts galore..."

8. Honeymoon (7.00/10)
"...this micro-budget, yet highly atmospheric creeper will challenge your mind with its unpredictability..."

9. The Sacrament (6.75/10)
"...as shocking and disturbing as it can get, showing some images that are really hard to forget.

10. As Above, So Below (6.75/10)
"...it explores human fear, as well as theory of hell existence rather effectively..."

Honorable Mentions:
Deliver Us From Evil (6.75/10)
Annabelle (6.50/10)
Wolf Creek 2 (6.25/10)
Exists (6.25/10)

Dishonorable Mentions:
Septic Man (2.50/10)
Nymph (3.50/10)
Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort (3.50/10)
The Pyramid (3.50/10)

Also, check out our list of Best-Reviewed Movies of 2014 HERE


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Need to add a couple of those to my queue, as I didn't see many good horror films this past year.

George Beremov [Nebular] said...

I recommend any of these, if you're in the right mood for horror.

They weren't many great horror flicks last year, unfortunately.