- 11 Cabin Fever (2002)
- 10 The Hills Have Eyes (1977)
- 9 The Cabin in the Woods (2011)
- 8 Hostel (2005)
- 7 Information Technology: Chapter One (2017)
- 6 Summer of ’84 (2018)
- 5 Slipaway Camp (1983)
- 4 X (2022)
- 3 I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)
- 2 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
- 1 Friday the 13th (1980)
School is out, and it’s officially summer, which means the sun is frightfully hot and parents are scrambling to find things for their kids to do. If they’re young, kids are more likely to find themselves at summer camp, and if they’re older, they’ll probably be holed up inside and watch horror movies. Weird things Owns It happened. the A subgenre of horror Where the plot follows a group of teens who are targeted by a slasher as they try to enjoy their summer vacation, it’s pretty amazing.
It’s predictable, gory, and downright cheesy at times, but we all love it. Some of the summer homeless villains are very recognizable, like Jason from Friday the 13th and Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Let’s take a look at 11 blood-soaked summer horror movies to get you in the mood for this sunny season.
11 Cabin Fever (2002)
If you’re looking for a summer horror movie that might be a little closer to home since COVID, look no further cabin fever. A group of friends need some fun and relaxation, so they head to a remote cabin in the woods, not knowing what’s in store for them. A friend, Bert, decides to hunt for some squirrels, but accidentally shoots a hermit who has been infected with his dog’s blood.
The hermit ends up in the cabin’s water main, and one by one, the friends begin to get infected, delirious, and absolutely nuts as the infection spreads and festers. The ending will leave you feeling dismayed and shocked, as no one gets a happy ending and the holiday is totally ruined.
10 The Hills Have Eyes (1977)
If you’re planning a cross-country road trip with your family and plan to take some back roads, you should probably watch the hills Have Eyes before making this important decision. This truly scary movie targets a suburban family on their way to Los Angeles, but they never make it after they run into a group of cannibals. Big Bob, the father of the family, is the first to die, a gruesome scene as cannibals crucify him, and then the rest of the family is wiped out as the film progresses.
The Cannibal Family is an intimidating bunch that will have you making sure your doors are locked, you’re taking some major highways on your summer commute, and you don’t want to be stranded in the middle of nowhere like the Carter family.
9 The Cabin in the Woods (2011)
Playing on stereotypical horror tropes such as the glorification of the Virgin and couples separating for the sake of sex even though they are in a terrifying situation. The cabin in the woods It is the perfect choice when you need some comical relief on a horror movie night.
A group of friends travel to a cabin in the woods for some relaxing time, not knowing that the cabin is under the complete control of a group of engineers. Monsters of all kinds appear in this horror flick, like zombies, werewolves, mermaids, and more, and it’s just cheesy enough that it works.
8 Hostel (2005)
Again, if you’re in the mood to do some traveling this summer, you better be prepared for any situation and watch some terrifying horror movies to know what not to do. download is a prime example of staying true to your itinerary, especially if you’re traveling abroad and may have a language barrier with the citizens staying there.
Two college students, Paxton and Josh, decide to head to Europe for their vacation, and become embroiled in a hostel living situation that allows people to pay helpless torture victims. There is a lot of horror and flesh in this movie, so if you struggle with blood or people getting mutilated, you might want to skip this movie.
7 Information Technology: Chapter One (2017)
IT: Chapter One is the epitome of summer horror. A bunch of kids on bikes, a playful clown, an ’80s aesthetic, and a family around – what more could you ask for? The beginning of the film begins with the murder of six-year-old Georgie, who falls victim to Pennywise the Clown, who returns 27 years later.
They spend their summer fighting for their lives and working to defeat the clown while also trying to enjoy their vacation from school, but in return, they are traumatized for life. At the end of the movie, they swear to come back 27 years later and remove Pennywise once and for all, which makes you excited to watch Part 2.
6 Summer of ’84 (2018)
If you watch movies like Fools, andor stand by meand you want to have the kind of summer adventure that leads you and your friends to be closer than ever before, you are definitely not alone and you must present Summer 84 attempt. In Cape May, crime is usually non-existent, but in the summer of 1984, several young boys begin to disappear, and a group of friends is determined not to be the next victim.
They get together and decide to launch a full investigation into these missing kids, and you’ll be rooting for and destroying these little kids when they all can’t make it.
5 Slipaway Camp (1983)
sleepaway camp, without giving anything away if you haven’t watched it, has one of the best plot twists in not just horror but all of movie history together. It’s a cult classic and it wasn’t easily accepted when it first came out because audiences thought they relied on it too much friday 13, But as the years passed, a different generation learned to appreciate it.
Angela, our main character, is brutally bullied at her summer camp and receives a lot of torture from various campers. As you try to have fun and get through the weeks, the killer is on the loose and taking in different camp counselors one by one, each death more brutal than the last. When you get to the end and the killer is exposed, prepare yourself to fall off your couch because, yeah, that’s exciting.
4 X (2022)
A group of friends heads to a farm in the middle of nowhere, intending to stay on the property that belongs to an older couple and make some adult movies while they’re there. In the span of twenty-four hours, several people died, and Mia Guth’s performance as Maxine and Pearl is outstanding because she plays two completely different characters.
The deaths are horrific, and you’ll feel like you’re going to need to take a shower after you’re done X. The gore and, truthfully, the act of filming adult films will make you feel gloomy. Gina Ortega is also a knockout in this movie, giving audiences evil good goosebumps.
3 I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)
How can we not include I know what you did last summer? A group of close-knit high school seniors are preparing to head off to college and lead successful lives until one night they take a drunken stroll around Southport, North Carolina, and end up punching someone in the face. They dump the body, of course, and decide to separate when they head off to college and go down different paths, coping with guilt in different ways.
A year later, the following summer, they begin receiving strange letters from an unknown sender, all stating relatively the same thing: they were going to pay for what they did last summer. The friends are stalked by a man with a hook, and they must band together to try to survive the summer.
2 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre It was very influential in the ’70s, and opened doors for pieces of this caliber. A group of friends are on a road trip, and after a hitchhiking discovery, things start to go downhill fairly quickly. They stumble upon a house in the middle of nowhere, and rather than just drive off and continue on their way, they decide to investigate and mess with the property.
There, they deal with Leatherface and his corrupt family, and are picked off one by one until there is only one survivor. There have been several installments in this popular franchise, but the original is still supreme.
1 Friday the 13th (1980)
Friday the 13th It should be at the top of this list because it has everything you could possibly want in summer. A group of camp counselors left to their own devices a few weeks prior to the camp’s arrival soon become targets of an unknown killer, presumed to be Jason Voorhees.
One by one, they were massacred in brutal and frank ways, such as Bill having his own throat slashed and slashed several times with arrows. The twist in the end is a classic and builds up the franchise nicely, as are the various films that come after the original.