Arts & Leisure Presents: Top 10 Horror Movies

The pumpkins are carved, and your costume is ready. All you need to make Halloween even spookier is a scary flick. Arts & Leisure has taken a trip to the graveyard and summoned the spirit of ten films that will add even more frights to your Halloween weekend. 

_Warning: These are not for the faint-hearted._


**_The Grudge (PG-13)_**

After moving from America to Tokyo, the Williams Family encounters a curse in their house that was cast after the murder of the previous owners.

**_The Conjuring (R)_**

Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren fight to defend a family from an ominous presence in their farmhouse.

**_Annabelle (R)_**

If you head to the movie theaters this weekend, check out “Annabelle.” The horror film serves as a prequel to “The Conjuring” and follows a couple that has begun to encounter spooky, supernatural events involving an antique doll named Annabelle.  

**_Insidious (PG-13)_**

A frightened family attempts to protect their comatose child from being taken by demonic spirits to a realm called “The Further.” (If you enjoy this film, check out its sequel, “Insidious: Chapter 2.”)

**_Sinister (R)_**

A crime-writer comes across a collection of vintage home movies that suggest that a murder, which he is currently researching, was committed by a serial killer from the 1960s.

**_The Uninvited (PG-13)_**

After a stay in a mental hospital, Anna Rydell returns home to her sister and friend Alex. Meanwhile, her recovery is complicated, thanks to a cruel stepmother, aloof father and a ghost in the house.

**_Scary Movie (R)_**

If horror movies aren’t your thing, check out “Scary Movie,” the first of five installments in the “Scary Movie” film series. This comedy puts a satirical spin on clichés from genuine scary movies.

**_Psycho (R)_**

“Psycho” chronicles a secretary in Phoenix, AZ, after she steals $40,000 from her employer’s client. The woman takes refuge in an isolated motel, which is run by a young man being controlled by his mother.

**_The Shining (R)_**

A family stays in a remote hotel for the winter where an evil spirit coerces the father into a violent rage, while his psychic son sees horrible visions from the past and future.

**_The Ring (PG-13)_**

A young journalist investigates an ominous videotape that appears to cause the death of anyone who viewed it within one week.