What are the 10 Best Horror Movies of 2006?

Posted: August 2, 2015 in Uncategorized
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This year was the year of horror, though again just a lot better than the first entries. At this time, horror appears to be coming from any source that are imaginable, sending off an excess of movies to consider. This is a fashion that continues to grow.

saw 3Saw III

Jigsaw abducts a doctor to make his living while he observed his latest trainee put a wretched resident through a wicked trials. The film is directed by Darren Lynn Bousman and stars Tobin Bell, Angus Macfadyen, Shawnee Smith, and Bahar Soomekh.

heartstopperHeartstopper

The story is about two hospitalized youth individual who finds out that things can be worse when the decrepit institution is trapped by a harsh storm and a maniac tracks the corridors slaughter the staff and patients. The movie is directed Bob Keen and starring Meredith Henderson, James Binkley, Nathan Stephenson, and Robert Englund.

 

cinderellaSin-de-rel-la

She is the daughter of a plastic surgeon encountering odd events that appears to be associated with her childhood. The film is directed by Man-dae Bong and stars Ah-yung Ahn, So-min Jeon, Gyu-ryun Ahn, and Se-Kyung Shin.

 

 

stay aliveStay Alive

For a group of teenagers, the response to the unsafe passing away of their old buddy lies in the online video game world from the real story of an antique noblewoman called the Blood Countess. This good movie is directed by William Brent Bell and starring Jon Foster, Frankie Muniz, Samaire Armstrong, and Jimmi Simpson.

 

 

Wicked Little ThingsWicked Little Things

Karen, Emma, Sarah and Tunney are all shifting to a tiny town in Pennsylvania that it seems unknown to them in year 1913, a horrid mine misfortune trapped dozens of kids in the underground, alive. But there’s a trouble because they’re still alive. This thrilling film is directed by J.S. Cardone and the movie stars are Lori Heuring, Chloë Grace Moretz, Scout Taylor-Compton, and Geoffrey Lewis.

 

behind the maskBehind the Mask (The Rise of Leslie Vernon)

The succeeding great psycho terror slasher has provided a documentary team selected access to his existence as he is. The movie director is Scott Glosserman and stars with Nathan Baesel, Zelda Rubinstein, Angela Goethals, and Robert Englund.

 

when a stranger callWhen a Stranger Calls

Through an otherwise custom babysitting gig, a highschool learner is hassled by an ever more frightening prank caller. It is directed by Simon West and the stars were Camilla Belle, Katie Cassidy, Tommy Flanagan, and Tessa Thompson.

 

 

see no evilSee No Evil

A mass of offenders is transmitted to hygiene the Blackwell Hotel. Slighter they know isolated psychopath Jacob Goodnight has tear away in the decaying hotel. When a member of the teens is detained, those who stay, a group that contains the cop who place a pellet in Goodnight’s skull about 4 years ago, band them together to live on towards the brutal murderer. The film is directed by Gregory Dark and stars Glenn Jacobs, Michael J. Pagan, Christina Vidal, and Samantha Noble.

 

graveyardThe Graveyard

The buddies Jack, Sarah, Allie, Charlie, Eric and Michelle go to the Cemetery of the Placid Pines to participate in the hide and seek of the tombs. The director of the movie is Michael Feifer and the stars were Christopher Stewart, Trish Coren, Sam Bologna, and Eva Derrek.

 

 

the butcherThe Butcher

While taking a drive to Las Vegas with his friends in college Rachel, Atlanta, Liz, Adam and Sophie, the wealthy and selfish Mark settles to seize a shortcut. The movie director is Edward Gorsuch and the stars were Myiea Coy, Ashley Rebecca Hawkins, April Gilbert, and Bill Jacobson.

 

 

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