Best Underrated Horror Movies

As this is known by almost everyone how every year a large number of horror movies are released but some of them are with a twisted ending, some are with the Zombie apocalypse, some horror creepy creatures, and whatnot. Some of the horror movies got no attention at all which makes them quite underrated. We have got you some amazing underrated horror movies you will definitely love to watch and they will make you scared as hell. These diamonds regularly go unnoticed because of the market being soaked by trash, and they will be categorized in with the horrible arrivals of the year. These cutting edge films have all gone under the radar, yet are absolutely worth looking at for horror-loving fans. Check out the list below for Best Underrated Horror Movies.

The Poughkeepsie Tapes

Release Date: May 2007

Director: John Erick Dowdle

Cast: Stacy Chbosky, Ben Messmer, Ivar Brogger, Lou George, Michael Lawson, Samantha Robson, Ron Harper, Kim Kenny, Iris Bahr, Lisa Black, Bill Bookston, Jules Bruff, Todd Cahoon, Meredith Cross, Henry Dittman, Dennis Garber, Chip Godwin, David Haack, Keisuke Hoashi

IMDB Rating: 6.0

Movie Plot: At the point when police assault a house in a city north of New York, they find a significantly upsetting record of one man’s revolting wrongdoings. Specialists find more than 800 tapes shot by the executioner which present a visual record of his homicides in the entirety of their unspeakable restraints. Exactly when numerous tapes showing torture, murder, and destruction are found in an abandoned house, they reveal a consecutive killer’s drawn-out guideline of dread and become the most upsetting collection of confirmation wrongdoing experts have ever watched.


Release Date: 15 March 2018

Director: Damien Leone

Cast: Jenna Kanell, Samantha Scaffidi, David Howard Thornton, Catherine Corcoran, Pooya Mohseni, Matt McAllister, Katie Maguire, Gino Cafarelli, Cory Duval, Michael Leavy, Erick Zamora, Jason Leavy, Steven Della Salla, Clifton Dunn

IMDB Rating: 5.6

Movie Plot: The film opens on a gathering between a broadcaster and a woman with expansive facial injuries that make her look more monster than human. It’s explained that she is the sole overcomer of a Halloween-night butcher executed by Art the Clown.

The Wailing

Release Date: 12 May 2016

Director: Na Hong-jin

Cast: Kwak Do-won, Hwang Jung-min, Chun Woo-hee, Jun Kunimura, Kim Hwan-hee, Jang So-yeon, Kim Do-yoon, Seong-yeon Park, Jeong Mi-nam, Hyeok-joon Kwon, Kim Song-il

IMDB Rating: 7.5

Movie Plot: Ambiguous yet troubling bits of gossip about evil movement cover Goksung- – a sluggish rustic village settled somewhere down in a moist bumpy area – as an uncommon spate of shocking killings combined with a red hot episode of an unexplained harmful illness get debacle the once-serene town. From this quiet yet frightful revile, nobody is protected; not police sergeant Jong-goo’s just little girl, Hyo-jin, whose delicate youthful body as of now gives away from of the horrible contamination.

To an ever-increasing extent, the network’s doubts fall on the recently shown up withdrawn more interesting who lives high in the mountains; in any case, would he say he is, genuinely, the foundation of all detestable? At long last, are there, without a doubt, dull powers at work?


Release Date: 19 September 2014

Director: Kevin Smith

Cast: Justin Long, Michael Parks, Matt Shively, Genesis Rodriguez, Haley Joel Osment, Johnny Depp, Harley Morenstein, Ralph Garman, Jennifer Schwalbach Smith, Harley Quinn Smith, Lily-Rose Depp, Ashley Greene, Zak Knutson

IMDB Rating: 5.3

Movie Plot: When podcaster Wallace goes to Canada to talk with somebody, he ends up meeting a bizarre man named Howe who has numerous accounts to tell about his previous existence during his meeting. Wallace awakens the following day discovering Howe isn’t the individual he thought he was. Howe has plans to precisely and intellectually transform Wallace into a walrus.

The Blackcoat’s Daughter

Release Date: 16 February 2017

Director: Osgood Perkins

Cast: Emma Roberts, Kiernan Shipka, Lucy Boynton, Lauren Holly, James Remar, Greg Ellwand, Heather Tod Mitchell, Elana Krausz, Peter James Haworth, Peter Gray, Emma Holzer

IMDB Rating: 5.9

Movie Plot: The child of Norman Bates himself, Anthony Perkins, coordinates this phenomenal, unpleasant film featuring Emma Roberts, Kiernan Shipka, and Lucy Boynton. Shipka and Boynton play two young ladies at an all-inclusive school during a long break, where things appear to be going amiss on a perhaps heavenly level. In the interim, Roberts is in another plotline, working her way to the school. The two bends join in a life-changing last act.


Release Date: 18 October 2002

Director: Takashi Shimizu

Cast: Megumi Okina, Misa Uehara, Misaki Ito, Yui Ichikawa, Takako Fuji, Yuya Ozeki, Takashi Matsuyama, Yōji Tanaka, Kanji Tsuda, Shuri Matsuda, Kayoko Shibata, Hirokazu Inoue, Daisuke Honda, Risa Odagiri, Kaori Nakajô, Kana Kobayashi, Yukako Kukuri, Hideo Sakaki, Chikako Isomura, Yoshiyuki Morishita, Miho Fujima, Isao Yatsu

IMDB Rating: 6.7

Movie Plot: Rika is a youth in Japan who deals with a more seasoned individual named Sachie. While she is at the house, Rika finds a little youth named Toshio. She in the end finds about a rebuke, that any individual who goes into the house will be butchered by the soul of Kayako. Rika must get herself out of the criticize before it’s past the last defining moment.

The Invitation

Release Date: 13 March 2015

Director: Karyn Kusama

Cast: Logan Marshall-Green, Tammy Blanchard, Michiel Huisman, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Lindsay Burdge, Jay Larson, Michelle Krusiec, Jordi Vilasuso, Mike Doyle, John Carroll Lynch, Karl Yune, Toby Huss, Marieh Delfino

IMDB Rating: 6.6

Movie Plot: While going to an evening gathering at his previous house, a man (Logan Marshall-Green) begins to realize that his ex (Tammy Blanchard) and her new spouse (Michiel Huisman) have evil and dangerous plans for the visitors. Will he be able to stop them?


Release Date: 24 July 2009

Director: Jaume Collet-Serra

Cast: Vera Farmiga, Peter Sarsgaard, Isabelle Fuhrman, C. C. H. Pounder, Jimmy Bennett, Margo Martindale, Karel Roden, Aryana Engineer, Rosemary Dunsmore, Genelle Williams, Lorry Ayers, Brendan Wall, Jamie Young, Landon Norris, Mustafa Abdelkarim

IMDB Rating: 6.9

Movie Plot: Kate and John are pain blasted at the loss of their infant. Nonetheless, they reconstruct their grieved marriage as Kate goes into treatment and recoups from liquor abuse. The couple embraces a 9-year-old young lady named Esther. In the end, Kate starts to presume that Esther isn’t a celestial young lady all things considered, and harbors a sinister mystery.

The House of the Devil

Release Date: 30 October 2009

Director: Ti West

Cast: Jocelin Donahue, Tom Noonan, Mary Woronov, Greta Gerwig, Aj Bowen, Dee Wallace, Danielle Noe

IMDB Rating: 6.4

Movie Plot: Frantic to bring in some cash so she can move into another loft, undergrad Samantha Hughes takes a baffling minding. At the point when she shows up at the house, Mr. Ulman makes reference to a full lunar obscuration and clarifies there is no kid, however, that Samantha will watch his mom. In the wake of investigating the vile appearing house, Samantha before long comes to understand that her managers are concealing an astonishing mystery and have plans to utilize her, in any condition.

The Others

Release Date: 2 August 2001

Director: Alejandro Amenábar

Cast: Nicole Kidman, Fionnula Flanagan, Christopher Eccleston, Alakina Mann, James Bentley, Eric Sykes, Elaine Cassidy, Keith Allen, Renée Asherson, Michelle Fairley

IMDB Rating: 7.6

Movie Plot: In 1945, A young widow named Grace Stewart lives in a deserted old house located in Jersey, the Channel Islands with her little girl Anne and her child Nicholas. She lost her husband in world war II and both of her kids are photosensitive. After living in that deserted house, she started experiencing horrific accidents which made her convinced that the house is haunted and possessed by a demonic presence.

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