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5 Must Watch Horror Movies on Pluto TV 2024

5 Must Watch Horror Movies on Pluto TV 2024

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 Welcome to a trip through cinema's darkest depths, where terror takes center stage. Pluto TV in 2024 offers a selected selection of horror films that will send shivers down your spine. Let's have a look at the 5 best horror movies on Pluto TV, which promise a thrilling journey into the unknown.

5. Let The Right One In (2008)

One of the greatest vampire films made to date might be Let The Right One In. The film centers on Oskar (Kare Hedebrant), a mistreated and sensitive youngster who resides in Sweden with his mother. He meets Eli, a new neighbor who is mysterious and has recently moved in (Lena Leandersson).

They become best pals with puppy love. Her vampire status is the only issue. This movie is more melancholic, haunting, and bittersweet than it is frightening. Check out this movie if you enjoy well-written horror films.


4. The Return Of The Living Dead (1985)


When film initially came out, The Return of the Living Dead startled audiences because it was so different from Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, and Day of the Dead. Unlike the other zombie movies, it didn't take itself too seriously. It had funny comedic moments yet was still scary.


3. The Evil Dead (1981)



You either understand The Evil Dead strange sense of humor or you don't. It's a cult classic that was shot on a tight budget in Tennessee. The plot revolves around Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell), his fiancée, and a group of pals who decide to spend the night in a cabin.

In the cabin, they discover the Necronomicon, an old dusty book. They read aloud the book, which awakens the dead and frees the evil dead. Ash, played by Bruce Campbell, is a well-known character who appeared in a number of films and television shows. If you like campy horror that isn't too serious, this could be your movie night pick.


2. Carrie (1976)


Carrie is one of Stephen King's least favorite books, yet it is one of the best films based on a Stephen King novel. The reason for this is Brian De Palma's distinct direction, as well as the performances of Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie.


1. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part II (1986)


The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part II got a lot of criticism over the years, yet when compared to the original, it is a terrific film. It's more campy than the first round, but there are still plenty of scary moments. Fans would like to see more of Chop-Top in future Texas Chainsaw Massacre films.

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