Don’t Go In There!


The House of the Devil
Desperate for quick cash, college sophomore Samantha Hughes takes a babysitting job in the isolated mansion of the creepy Ulman family. Ignoring the warnings of her best friend, Samantha has no idea that a nightmare of unspeakable fear and torment awaits her.


The Innocents
Shortly after coming to live with orphans Flora and Miles in their dark, eerie mansion, the new governess mistakes their strange behavior for precociousness. But she soon comes to believe that the charming, beautiful children may be possessed. Based on Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw.


The Orphanage
Returning to her childhood home, a seaside orphanage, Laura and her family unknowingly unleash a long-forgotten spirit.


The Others
Grace, a mother of two ailing children, moves her family to a mansion on the English coast. When one of the children claims to see ghosts, Grace at first believes her newly arrived family of eccentric servants to be responsible, but chilling events and visions soon lead her to believe that something supernatural is indeed going on.


The Freeling family live a typical middle-class life in their peaceful suburban home. But they soon discover that their home is far from normal when 5-year-old Carol Ann is abducted by spirits haunting their house.


The Shining
What’s scarier than a haunted house? A haunted hotel! When Jack Torrance moves into an isolated hotel to serve as the off-season caretaker, he brings along his wife and telepathic son. While Jack plans to write a novel, he soon finds himself distracted by mysterious occurrences in the hotel that slowly drive him insane. Heeeeeere’s Johnny!

What’s your favorite haunted house movie? Am I missing anything?

Happy haunting,



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3 responses to “Don’t Go In There!

  1. I love The Changeling! I saw it late at night many years ago and it has stuck with me ever since. The Others is also very creepy and enthralling. Have you ever seen The Amazing Mr Blunden? It’s a children’s film from the seventies based on a book sort of ghostly and time travely. It may be for kids but it’s a good haunted house type film nevertheless!

  2. Pl

    It was a very dark and scary night…that afternoon, our parents dropped us off at the movies. “The Tingler” with Vincent Price was playing. Ten years old and clueless about movie stars – I happily went to the show with my two older brothers. To say it was the very scariest, bloodiest, most nightmarish movie I have ever seen in my whole life also speaks to- I’ve never seen another horror movie. The blood running out of the bath tub spigot was only surpassed in the “Ick!” category by the lobster-ish monster which scuttled around and choked people (note: people needed to be in a prone- easy access -position for the bloody, red shellfish monster to attack.) That night, our parents went out to dinner and left us alone. I slept with all the lights on, with a prayer book, a rosary, between my two older brothers. I like musicals.

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