Some documentaries with topics such as real criminal investigations that have been the headlines and inhumane behavior in institutions to care for the most vulnerable in society, forcing viewers They go to the same horror movies out of shock and fear.
If there's one thing most people have in common, they like to be scared in October. Audiences who have gone through all the usual horror movies and are looking for something else can turn to real life, which is no less than horror stories. Documentaries portray humanity as it is, good, bad, and in some cases, horrible. From Psychonates to Cruel Legend
9. Hostage To The Devil
- Director: Marty Stalker
- Release Date: 2016
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 60 out of 100
- IMDb Movie Score: > 5.3 out of 10
Marty Hostage, directed by Marty Stalker, follows the story of Malachi Martin's father, an Irish Catholic priest known in the Jesuit world. He is the author of The Dead Sea Scroll. Martin's father is known for his amazing geniuses. There are many allegations that Marin's father is based on Martin's father's character in the film Jungle. . By interviewing his colleagues and those who apparently helped him in the war, we find out that the church is involved in the war. The last degree of fear in this documentary is due to telling the story of his death due to a fall. This apparently happened after a four-year-old child was possessed by the devil and the priest talked to him.
8. The Cheshire Murders ( The Cheshire Murders )
- Directors: David Hilbrunner, Kate Davis
- Release Date: 2013
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 70 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: <6.6 out of 10
Cheshire Massacre covers the story of the brutal murder of the Petit family in Cheshire and its aftermath, including the national debate on the death penalty. Documentary filmmakers David Hilbrunner and Kate Davis have deeply explored the story of the two released prisoners' raid on the family home, which led to this horrific event. This documentary follows the details of how the two met halfway through their release and the resumption of their criminal lives.
Another turning point of the documentary is that police officers sat outside for hours, The family was being tortured inside the house and the officers did not know exactly what to do. While watching this documentary, viewers will experience utter horror, the reality of which may frighten them more than any film they have ever seen.
7. The Mothman Of Point Pleasant )
- Director: Seth Bridlow
- Release Date: 2017
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 85 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: <6.2 out of 10
This documentary is the first intriguing work by its director, Seth Bridlow, and one of the first films to address the mythical Motman theories. Residents of the small town of Point Placenta in West Virginia in 1966 and 1967 reported the sighting of a humanoid creature with at least six-foot wings and bright red eyes, similar to the creature known in modern mythology and culture as Motman. Some felt that the animal was there to create evil, while others insisted that Motman himself was a real disaster. In any case, everyone who came across him was terrified.
Through old interviews and films, Bridlowe tells a horrific story of supernatural events that eventually led to the December 15 collapse of the Silver Bridge. 1967 marks the third bridge collapse in US history. Titicut Follies ( Titicut Follies )
- Director: Frederick Wiseman
- Release Date: 1967
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 100 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: 7 7. out of 10
In the late 1960s, society became more aware of how people without mental health were exploited, especially in the criminal justice system. One of the documentaries on the subject, directed by Frederick Wiseman, The Titicat Maniacs, has a terrifying look at the horror world of the institutions of the 1960s and the horrible world of their patients.
, With the difference that it has a real look at how people treat the most vulnerable members of society. There are few movies that are so scary.
5. Method Of A Serial Killer ( Method Of A Serial Killer )
- Director: Matthew Watts
- Release Date: 2018
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 62 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.4 out of 10
The movies and programs of serial killers have long fascinated and fascinated society. The fact that someone can brutally kill people and make them look normal is something that stays in the mind for a long time. One of the most prolific and terrifying serial killers of recent times is someone many do not know. He is Israel Keys.
In the style of a serial killer, the director, Matthew Watts, combines Keys' interviews, secret films, and conversations with AFBI to show the real evil of a serial killer. Keys reveals the secrets and details of his numerous murders while drinking a cup of coffee with the cake, and more, and informs American officials and people that he has buried the bodies of his victims all over the country, and that they will never be able to bury them. Find. He committed suicide in his cell in prison before being punished for his actions.
4. Wrinkles The Clown ( Wrinkles The Clown )
- Director: Michael Nicholas
- Release Date: 2019
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 71 out of 100
- IMDb Movie Score: 4.8 out of 10
It is no secret that clowns have long been a staple of the horror world, but many people suffer from calorophobia in their daily lives. There are people who are not afraid of clowns but of wrinkles. A video of a clown emerging from a baby girl's bed has been posted on YouTube, and the horror of the video was enough to get the documentary to the top of the horror list. It scared them to be better children, and thus the legend of the wrinkled clown came into being.
3. Cropsey ( Cropsey )
- Directors: Joshua Zaman, Barbara Brancacio
- Release Date: 2009
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 91 out of 100
- IMDb Movie Score: 6.3 out of 10
Most people have heard a version of the craps story. He is a lunatic who lives in the jungles of Staten Island, kidnaps children and kills them. The creators of this documentary, Josh Zaman and Barbara Brancacio, who are from Staten Island, have heard this legend over and over again as children. As adults and documentarians, they decided to see if they could solve the riddle that had plagued them as children. Is it real crap, and if so, who is it?
The horror stories lead to the real suspect, Andre Rand, who is a kidnapping man, based on horror stories told by locals, and many believe he is crap. It is real.
2. Beware The Slenderman ( Beware The Slenderman )
- Director: Irene Taylor Brodsky
- Release Date: 2016
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 85 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: 6.2 out of 10
Director Irene Taylor Brodsky seems to have gone to film school where she teaches students that nothing in this world is scarier than the children of a murderer . The only thing that sounds scarier than Hollywood movies are the ones that exist in real life. Brodsky decided to make the horrific documentary Aslanderman about a 12-year-old girl being stabbed by two close 12-year-old friends. The image then made its way to the crippa pasta website, and the rest of its history is full of bitterness and notoriety. The reality of the actions of these two girls terrifies even the bravest viewer with fear, and watching their desire to be in the path and aspirations of this terrible creature and live by his methods, is even worse.
1. The Nightmare ( The Nightmare )
- Director: Rodney Asher
- Release Date: 2015
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 67 out of 100
- IMDb Score to Movie: 5. 8 out of 10
Forget Elm Street Nightmare. This documentary is what keeps viewers busy at night while they sleep. The documentary Nightmare, directed by Rodney Asher, follows the story of eight people with sleep disorders. They become paralyzed in these conditions and at night and have to lie down only in their bed, because they are unable to move and talk, and the worst that can be imagined appears around them.
This documentary has horrific images and Interviews are honest and annoying, and viewers should check under cupboards and beds before going to bed, as they are no longer afraid of the dark.