And now five more of the best scenes in horror. Enjoy!
Dawn of the Dead (2004) — The World Ends
One of the best remakes ever–and that’s saying a lot considering the source material–Dawn of the Dead also has one of the best scenes of any zombie film. Most zombie movies, for whatever reason, don’t show the fall. The pick up sometime later. But this movie managed to capture exactly what it might be like to wake up on the last day of civilization.
The Babadook — Dook, Dook, Dook
I loved The Babadook, and I think a big reason is this scene. It starts so innocently, and yet it gets under your skin, unnerving you, making you think you something is watching over your shoulder. And maybe it is.
Sinister — The Lawnmower Scene
Sinister is an underappreciated horror movie in my view. But I don’t know anyone who didn’t appreciate this scene. Perhaps the single greatest jump scare out there. Turn the lights down and the volume up.
Army of Darkness –Hail to the King, Baby
Most horror movies sputter to their conclusion. Not Army of Darkness. It ends with one of the single greatest scenes in all of horror history. I can quote the whole thing. Who can’t though?
A Nightmare on Elm Street — Falling Asleep in Class
This is, without a doubt, my favorite scene in all of horror. It’s perfect. Perfectly written. Perfectly acted. And it sums up everything that A Nightmare on Elm Street is about. (As an aside, Nightmare is my favorite horror movie.
2 responses to “31 Days of Halloween: The Best Scenes in Horror Movie History Part II”
That Nightmare on Elm Street scene was shot at my junior high school, John Burroughs, in Los Angeles. Those hallways bring back memories.
Last time I was in LA, I had somebody take me by there, just to see it. An incredible scene, one of my favorites.