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Horror Movies 2014 – Guide

New: Top 20 Best Horror Movies 2014Let’s take a look at the biggest and best horror movies of 2014. The scary list features the usual mix of sequels (‘Wolf Creek 2′), adaptations (‘Horns’) and original fare (‘Occulus’).

Based on anticipation and the facts as they stand these are the top 25 best horror movies of 2014 right now. It’s a good year for indies in particular. And, oddly, there’s not a single remake being released.

25th – Jessabelle
Starring: Sarah Snook, Mark Webber, Joelle Carter
Director: Kevin Greutert
Released: August 29, 2014 (US Dates)

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After losing her fiancé in a car accident, and the use of her legs, grief-stricken Jessie (Sarah Snook) retreats to her father’s run down Louisiana mansion. There she finds a strange gift from her long-dead mother, reconnects with her old high school boyfriend and the pair explore a mystery surrounding her birth. Meanwhile a terrifying spirit is making itself known. From the director of the decent ‘Saw VI’ and the awful ‘Saw: The Final Chapter’. The screenwriter is stepping away from comedy (he’s normally Travis Junior in ‘Reno 911!’ and wrote the likes of ‘Night at the Museum’). The release has been long-delayed. Expect generic formula horror.

24th – The Quiet Ones
Starring: Jared Harris, Sam Claflin, Olivia Cooke
Director: John Pogue
Released: April 25, 2014

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In 1974, a charismatic but unorthodox Oxford physics professor (Harris) leads his two best students off the grid to take part in a dangerous experiment: to create a poltergeist by harnesses negative human energy. Performing a series of tests on a young psychiatric patient, they push her to the edge of sanity and unleash a dangerous supernatural force. This PG-13 is from the revamped Hammer Horror label that brought us ‘Woman in Black’, but also from the director of the poorly-received ‘Quarantine 2: Terminal’. Jared Harris is a quality actor and it has a decent premise but it’s a slow burner without the payoff. [Critics: 35% (via Rotten Tomatoes)] [Public: 5.3 (via IMDB)]

23rd – As Above, So Below
Starring: Ben Feldman, Perdita Weeks, Edwin Hodge, Josh Kervarec
Director: John Erick Dowdle
Released: August 15, 2014
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[preview prediction] Miles of twisting catacombs lie beneath the streets of Paris. When a team of explorers venture into the uncharted maze of bones they uncover the deadly secret of the city of the dead. Descending into madness and terror they will be forced confront their sins head on or be extinguished. From the writer and director of the not-great ‘Quarantine’. The director took a step up with the underrated ‘Devil’. Here they are back to found-footage and struggling to avoid the cliches that go with it. Lifting heavily from ‘The Descent’ and 2007′s ‘Catacombs’, this could win through on atmosphere and scares. Your enjoyment probably depends on whether ‘REC’ underground sounds appealing or tired at this stage.

22nd – Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead (Død Snø 2)
Starring: Amrita Acharia, Carl-Magnus Adner, Jocelyn DeBoer
Director: Tommy Wirkola
Released: October 10, 2014
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The sole survivor of a ski-cabin group, which unwittingly raised malevolent dead Nazis, wakes in hospital to find his severed arm has been accidentally replaced with that of an undead Nazi. Boasting superhuman strength but an unwieldy nature, he’ll need the arm to help him stop the zombie battalion that is marching down the mountain toward civilisation to finish some 70-year-old business. He’ll also need a trio of American nerds called The Zombie Squad and his own army of undead WW2 Russians for an epic showdown. This sequel to 2009′s ‘Red Snow’ comes from the same Norwegian director, who journeyed to Hollywood in the meantime to make ‘Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters’. Half in English this time, there’s a clear budgetary improvement over the first film and it appeals once again to fans of wacky practical-fx gore. Rather than the gradual build-up in the first film this is broader Troma/’Evil Dead 2′ insanity from the beginning. Basically it’s an absolute blast that leaves you with a smile on your face.

21st – The Sacrament
Starring: Joe Swanberg, AJ Bowen, Gene Jones
Director: Ti West
Released: May 1, 2014

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Two journalists (for VICE magazine’s video documentaries) film their friend’s visit to the Eden Parish, a religious commune where his troubled sister has been living since her drug rehabilitation program. The sister seems healthy and the inhabitants they interview speak of the commune utopia in glowing terms. However they gradually discover there is a sinister edge to the cult that belies the seemingly peaceful setting… From producer Eli Roth and writer-director Ti West (‘House of the Devil’, ‘The Innkeepers’), this is based quite closely on the harrowing Jonestown Massacre of 1978 (the preacher even wears the same glasses). The slow-buildup opening hour features great writing, performances and direction, with effective use of the ‘found footage/documentary’ style. Things turn deadly a bit too abruptly, and while those events are intense, their horror should have been pushed even further – the real life story was far more grand-scale and shocking (1000 died). Watching this story should leave audiences mentally scarred but instead it’s simply a solid, cleverly-made horror-thriller.

20th – Stage Fright
Starring: Allie MacDonald, Douglas Smith, Minnie Driver, Meat Loaf
Director: Jerome Sable
Released: May 9, 2014
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Musical whodunit 80′s-style slasher. Think ‘Friday the 13th’ meets ‘Glee’. Starry-eyed teenager Camilla wants to follow in her mother’s footsteps and become a Broadway diva, but she’s stuck working in the kitchen of a snobby performing arts camp. Determined to change her destiny, she sneaks in to audition for the summer showcase and lands the lead role in the play, but just as rehearsals gets underway, the bodies start to drop. A masked killer who despises musical theater is on the prowl (complete with screaming heavy metal voice, and occasionally electric guitar)… There aren’t many who like both horror and musicals (outside of ‘Rocky Horror’) so the public reaction has been unfairly brutal to this. It’s actually very funny and if you love slasher films, and understand going in that all the deaths will be tongue in cheek, you’ll have a great time.

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  • AshesFend said

    The fact The Marked Ones needs to cling on the Paranormal Activity name means they don’t have enough faith in it to make it officially a spin-off. P.A. is completely following The Blair Witch Project’s fate (remember Blair Witch Project 2?), and hopefully we’ll see this tired franchise finally disappear.

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    • nip said

      but millions love them?so stupid comment just because you dont like them doesnt mean they should stop doing them..

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  • G said

    When it comes to horror, it’s the movies that slip under the radar that always end up being the most interesting. So I hope you didn’t jinx any of these.

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  • Coddie said

    Maggie sounds good!! also Dracula Untold!! wow there are going to be a lot of scary movies in 2014 !! I wish I could act in one somehow, taking off all stress making the shots, hehehehe just saying

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  • Srrakis said

    That’s second place? Story sounds like another teenager crap.

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    • Sheridan Passell said

      I don’t believe it will be aimed particularly at teens. It’s effectively a Stephen King movie.

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  • B'White said

    There are some franchises that just don’t know when to quit. Anyway The Babadook is my number one top horror movie of 2014 hands down and after that I would put Wolf Creek 2. PLus I’m eager to see Radcliffe go evil.

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  • GoUppaMaBut said

    Good God in Heaven. Haley Joel Osment looks like a fat Jared Leto, wearing the flayed skin of Haley Joel Osment.

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  • leap said

    I think the best horror movies of 2014 will be Dracula Untold and Green Inferno.

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  • GoUppaMaBut said

    “While authorities charge the brother with murder, his sister believes the true culprit is a haunted antique mirror.”

    Also, 13 SINS sounds good.

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  • Murano said

    Does ANYONE know any new supernatural or ghost movies that will make me take notice! My problem is i watch all of them , now i cant find any movie to intrigue me! Of all the new horror movies 2014 has to offer the ONLY one Im excited about maybe is Oculus. thankss

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  • nip said

    seems like a pretty bad year for horror except green inferno noone seems especially interessting.. pretty sure dead snow 2 will be the most hilarious horror this year and probably the best 2014 horror movie. wolf Creek 2 was a dissapointment i Think it was watchable but not more. 13 sins was supprisingly good-sry for my bad English on behalf : )

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