Study Finds Scariest Movies of All Time


If you're already in the spirit for spooky szn, maybe take note of these scary movies and work your way up to the scariest by Halloween! A study outfitted participants with a hear-rate monitor while watching fifty different horror movies to keep track of the "scare levels". Some of the bigger names on the movie list include "Paranormal Activity," "A Quiet Place," "It," "Halloween," "A Nightmare on Elm Street," and several more. In what may surprise some horror movie fans, the scariest movie was determined to be "Sinister," a movie starring Ethan Hawke that came out in 2012. "Insidious" came in second while "The Conjuring," "Hereditary," and "Paranormal Activity" also made the Top 5. Click the link in the tweet below, or HERE, to see more!


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