By the Eagle Eye Staff 

We recently asked members of the Eagle Eye Staff to tell us which horror movies they love. Here are their responses: 

Halloweentown (2005) 

Halloweentown. Photo Credit: Atiya King

“I don’t watch horror movies or like them at all, but if I had to choose one, I’d choose Halloweentown. To me, it’s like pumpkin spice in the fall. It’s something for me to look forward to because it signifies a change in the season. It’s nostalgic.” Kimberlee Smith 

“It’s a classic Disney Halloween movie.” Sierra Ruetten  

Goosebumps (2015)

Goosebumps. Photo Credit: Atiya King

“The visual effects used in this movie are awesome. Everything is cool, from the monsters coming out of R.L. Stine’s books to the close-ups of the creatures popping out of the pages as liquified ink. As a kid, I remember hiding during the jump scares.” Celestin Chung 


Five Nights At Freddy (2014)

Five Nights At Freddy character. Photo Credit: Atiya King

“I didn’t expect this game to be very scary, but it is. The graphics are not even that great, but the constant fear and stress of not knowing when the animatronic will pop up are terrifying! It’s a really awesome game to play if you like jump scares.” Sierra Ruetten 


Pet Sematary (1989)

Pet Sematary. Photo Credit: Atiya King


“I was on the edge of my seat the entire film. It is very creepy and mesmerizing at the same time.” Jordan Chiarelli 


The Conjuring  (2013)

Scary Scene. Photo Credit: Atiya King

“I like how all of the movies tie together to create a trilogy. With horror movies, we never have that.” Evan Quinones 


Hereditary (2018)

Annie Screaming. Photo Credit: Atiya King

“I like this movie because you have to be locked into it to understand it. It’s also a satanic movie, and these movies usually get people going. Plus, the scary parts give you a rush because there is no way to guess what’s going to happen.” Titus Thind 


The Village (2004)

Red Slash on Door. Photo Credit: Atiya King

Midsommar (2019)

Dance Scene. Photo Credit: Atiya King

“It’s been the only horror movie that has been able to scare me. I like how it’s not like a traditional horror movie in that a lot of the film has stunning imagery with a lot of flowers and is shot in the middle of the day.” Miles Brooks 

The Omen (1976)

Frightened Eyes. Photo Credit: Atiya King

“This movie is all about a stubborn child named Damien, who is the son of Satan. He causes a lot of people around him to die.  The most disturbing line in the movie is, “It’s all for you, Damien. It’s all for you.” Khalil Wilson 


The Hills Have Eyes (2006)

The Hill Has Eyes. Photo Credit: Atiya King

“This is an excellent horror film, and I highly recommend it. It’s very dark and quite disturbing at times. It’s sad watching a family get hunted. Animal lovers, be warned: Animals aren’t spared in this film, but you will rejoice when they take revenge. The title says it all. The hills see everything.” Kamron Walters 


Paranormal Activity (2007 )

Bedroom Scene. Photo Credit: Atiya King

“I’m a scary movie fanatic, but they don’t usually keep me up at night. This movie did. It is the only movie that has ever made me scared as an adult. After I watched it, I slipped under my covers and stared at my bedroom door all night, hoping that it wouldn’t open on its own. The next morning, I woke up in a puddle of sweat.” Atiya King 


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