After watching a malignancy, it is recommended that you first take a few deep breaths and drink a glass of water. You will definitely be a little upset after experiencing the completely surprising story of James Vaughan in one of the most terrifying horror movies in cinema in the last few years. After resting and drinking water, it's time to do more.
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Malignant is a film that deals with all aspects of the horror genre. The film refers to a particular historical subset of the genre and imitates its style, nourishment, and charm, and is fascinating, thought-provoking, and captivating./li>
If you are looking for movies like Malignant and you want this style Experience Fear Again There are seven other similar movies that keep adrenaline levels high. Take a final deep breath and make sure that the parasitic demonic tumor is trapped in the prison of your mind and now it is not bad to see which movies bring the same feeling to us?
7. Basket Case )
- Director: Frank Hennlutter
- Actors: Beverly Bonner, Terry Smith, Diane Release Date: 1982 1982 Raton Tomitosis Score: 76 out of 100 IMDb rating per movie: 6.2 out of 10
about one great, scary and low cost movie per year 1982 is a combination of special effects, family corruption, and loneliness that seem to lead to something out of the ordinary. Dwayne Bradley (Kevin van Henternick) is a good boy trying to make a living in New York City, but he has a little secret: a severed, tender pile of twin brothers who were once reunited and now in Dwayne's basket. Lives. Dwayne tries to protect his brother, Bilal. He then blames the doctor for his brother's destruction, but falls in love with him, and as a result, Bilial begins to use more violence, aggression and jealousy. The case of the basket is full of horrible, weird and funny killings and amazing and bizarre scenes, and it is an attractive work for the audience who prefer their films to go forward in a seemingly unstable style and keep their mouths open in surprise throughout the film.
6. Dead Alive )
- Director: Peter Jackson
- Actors: Peter Jackson, Elizabeth Modi, Timothy Balm
- Release Date: 1992
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 88 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 7.5 out of 10
Peter Jackson's brain death (same Peter Jackson Lord of the Rings) It's one of the scariest, funniest and scariest movies you've ever seen. Lionel, who has a gentle demeanor (Timothy Balm), has to take care of his stubborn and mischievous mother (Elizabeth Modi), and the situation gets worse when his mother is bitten by a zombie and causes a spread of evil carnivores in her small town. Can Lionel keep these zombies away, take care of a lovable zombie child, and in the process express his love for Diana Pinalor? The answer is revealed at the end of a 104-minute film full of barrels of blood and one-line dialogues, in which we see the strangest way of using a lawn mower in the history of cinema. Gather a group of your friends and sit down together to watch a bold, unique and utterly insane movie about brain death.
5. Drag Me to Hell
- Director: Sam Remy
- Actors: Alison Luhmann, Justin Long, Lorna River
- Release Date: 2009
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 92 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 6.5 out of 10
Malignant is the latest James One film by The director was released after appearing in popular and popular titles such as Fast and Furious 7 and Aquaman (he has also previously worked on other lucrative and well-known works such as Saw and Summon). Malignant is therefore known as a return to its former form, a horror film originally made after years of entertaining studio cinema.
Sam Remy followed suit in 2009. Remy returned to his former form after directing Spider-Man's lucrative and popular trilogy (he also starred in lucrative and popular franchises such as The Evil Dead and Darkman) and made the horror film Take Me Away. Do not let the positive label of 13 years of film deceive you. Take me to hell, in addition to being scary, is grotesque and, like the rest of Remy's work, has a pleasant humor. In it, we often see the eruption of body fluids from blood to gallbladder water and the roar of an evil demon. The ending is also kind of twisted, and at the same time, that's the only way to end the story. Directors who start their careers with horror films seem to make spectacular films when they return to the genre.
4. Fear point ( FeardotCom )
- Director: William Malone
- Actors: Natasha McElhoon, Stephen Dorf, Stephen Ray
- Release Date: 2002
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 30 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movies: 3.4 out of 10
In the late 1990s and early 20th century, movies Many horrors were made, outstanding, lively, dirty and without the slightest hint of elegance, such as House on a Conquered Hill, 13 Souls, Ghost Ship and Gothic, all produced by a major company in the genre called Dark Castle Entertainment. The classic Gothic and Jialo horror style is evident in the editing and editing of these films, providing the audience with the visual equivalent of neo-metal, and most of their original soundtrack is a neo-metal style piece.
Malignant And the production to the soundtrack as well as the atmosphere, which is a combination of action and horror (of course, Van's own skill in horror style should not be overlooked) is definitely worth watching, but after that, take a look at the 2002 horror film. Many of these film genres disappeared after their release, but in modern times, there is a chance that their impact will be re-evaluated. The Point of Fear is one of those films that has not been seen as it should be. It certainly can't be compared to a movie like Malignant. The film's director, William Malone (director of a house on a conquered hill), somehow tries his luck in this film and shows a plot in which we see elements such as a sinister website, the tortures of a serial killer and a captive detective. The film is full of brutal and nasty acts. You may not get the same sense of pleasure as watching a malignant, but if you are satisfied with the malignant resemblance to the often ridiculed horror effects, the point of fear is the effect you are looking for.
3. Sisters ( Sisters )
- Director: Brian Di Palma
- Actors: Margo Kidder, Jennifer Salt, William Finley
- Release Date: 1972
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 87 out of 100
- Score IMDb to the movie: 6.9 out of 10
One by Brian De Palma as one of the key people and The effect on malignancy is named and it is not difficult to understand why. The famous filmmaker has created several entertaining works in which he mixes art and ordinary themes in an amazing way. He has a special skill in this job. Many of De Palma's works give you the feeling of a malignant film, but the 1972 sisters are most similar in subject matter. In this film, Margo Kidder is known as one of the mentioned sisters who has a good nature and tries to cope with her problem, and her other sister, who has sinister motives, tries to get out of her. This thrilling, violent, and psychological film surprises us at its peak when we learn about the true nature of the Kidder twins. It may even tell you a bad story, but it's still fun to watch this particular work (and also to watch this movie for a better understanding of the malignant).
2. Trauma ( Trauma )
- Director: Daria Argento
- Actors: Asia Argento, Piper Laurie, Christopher Riddle
- Release Date: 1993
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 57 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the movie: 5.9 out of 10
This movie, which Van was inspired to make malignant, Created by one of the masters of the Giallo style, Dario Argento, though not as famous as the classics he cites, such as Suspiria or Deep Red. A girl from Argentina, Asia, plays a sick woman in a psychiatric hospital whose personal and psychological injuries (many of which are related to hospital abuse) are exacerbated by a killer targeting hospital staff. The theme of this film is beautifully in line with the usual and popular style of Argento. Argento turns trauma into a graphic film about how people deal with psychological trauma (it is graphic in that there are scenes where a wild baby attacks those around him). If you have seen and liked the malignant, then see the trauma.
1. Upgrade ( Upgrade )
- Director: Lee Vanel
- Actors: Logan Marshall Green, Harrison Gilbertson, Melanie Waikho
- Release Date: 2018
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 88 out of 100
- Score IMDb to the movie: 7.5 out of 10
and now a look at one of the genre's most contemporary works, from One of Van's close friends and colleagues, Lee Vanel. In the upgrade, Vanel transforms a combination of cyberpunk science fiction, martial arts, and anti-utopian horror into a unique and engaging film about mental possession in order to control the body. Logan Marshall Green plays a man who suffers a horrific accident and comes back to life with a new computer chip that is installed in his body. Of course, this chip turns him into a crazy robot. He takes the path of revenge. The film features violent and insane fighting scenes, unique images and cinematography, and Marshall Green makes it clear to the audience that he is uncontrollable and shocks the viewer in every scene. If you liked the malicious ending scene and were looking for something like that, then watch the upgrade.