20 Horror Movies You Can Watch Even If You’re A Scardy Cat
I have a confession to make: I’m a total wimp. When it comes to gore, I can hang with the best of them, but a really good jump scare will keep me awake for weeks. After I watched Saw, I forced my roommate to check every closet in our apartment to make sure there weren’t any murderers just chilling with our coats and shoes because the scene where Zep Hindle emerges from Diana Gordon’s closet shook me to my core. Still, I force myself to enjoy a good horror film when the opportunity presents itself
because I have horrible FOMO because the horror genre is the most captivating and inventive genre in film.
As a simultaneous horror fanatic and paranoid scardy cat, I am hands-down the best person to tell you which (actually good) horror films you can watch even if you got scared watching Scary Movie 3. Grab some popcorn, keep the lights ON, and have a fun horror movie night with a dozen of your closest friends — remember, there’s strength in numbers.
There are some spoilers ahead, don’t @ me.