Rainy day horror films that are worth a re-watch

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Since you can pretty much expect rainy weather for much of November, why not embrace the wicked showers by staying indoors and binge-watching all of your favorite, unnerving horror films? The best part is that there’s is no need to set the scene because the repulsive clouds outside already have hardcore fans embracing the natural ambiance. So, whether you’re a lover of classic horror or a lover of lazy movie days, it’s time for you to sort through our array of horror movies for sale to find a few that cast a shadowy specter of unease across the television screen. 

Psycho (1960)

If you’re on the haunt for an alarming flick that’s bound to embellish the same dreary vibes as the rainstorm outside, then you’ll want to pop in this psychological thriller and watch what happens to those who find themselves traveling the back roads during a heavy drizzle. It’s safe to say that every horror lover has seen the original Psycho, directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock, the renowned pioneer of the genre. So, whether you’re a fan of old-timey, black and white horrors or you simply have an interest in taxidermy, watching this suspenseful classic will have you checking the room for peepholes. 

The Exorcist (1973)

The best way to handle the temperature drop and all the misty, afternoon downpours in the foreseeable forecast, is by snuggling up on your couch to indulge in a film that’s likely the culprit who got you devilishly interested in horror. Thus, no matter how many times you’ve watched the terrifying events that lead Pazuzu to take complete control over Regan, this spellbinding account of the real-life 1949 exorcism will continue to offer you all the chills and thrills. Who knows? If the weather persists you may even possess an intense desire to see what lurks in your creep-tastic attic?  

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1980)

Climbing to yet another decade of horror genius, this dreamy film has a way of flooding back when you re-watch all of Freddy’s mysterious acts of torment. There’s never a bad time to look back at the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise as a way to alarmingly remind ourselves why we love the disfigured spunk of this frightful villain. So, why not get comfy by locking your doors, grabbing your crucifix and relishing in one of the best films the ‘80s had to offer. And while you may feel like the bad weather is your worst fear come true, when you’re pulled back to reality, you will quickly realize that a few raindrops cannot beat the blood and unpredictability of being a character within this cult classic. 

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