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Top 17 Horror Movies by Blumhouse Productions

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Get to Know The Best Blumhouse Horror Movies of All-Time!

Many horror movies are new and forgettable, but these Blumhouse Production’s scary movies are some of the best in the horror genre.

Horror films are always a tricky business. They can be either scary and memorable, or they could be a silly mess that is hard to remember.

A lot of horror movies also have a history of being awful. It’s one thing to make a good scary horror film, but many talented filmmakers struggle with making a realm of horror that will stick with people for the right reasons.

Blumhouse has been making great horror movies for years, including ones like Get Out, Paranormal Activity series, Sinister series and Saw Series just to name a few.

With so many great ones from the blumhouse production company alone there are also plenty of other great horror movies and psychological thrillers out there too – Here we Go!

17. Jessabelle – 2014


This boom in horror film tells the story of a woman named Jessabelle who escapes from a horrific life of torture and seeks to find some semblance of salvation.

This movie is one of the best horror films to have a female protagonist. and it is also the first horror movie without dialogues and without any explicit violence.

16. “The Purge” – 2013

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James DeMonaco’s The Purge is an American horror movie that portrays a future of America where all crime is legal for one day.

The plot of the movie revolves around three affluent families living in a gated community. During the annual Purge, they are terrorized by violent hooded figures roaming the streets looking to kill and loot.

The film starts with James Sandin (Ethan Hawke) and his family getting ready for their annual Purge Night. They know that they are safe because they live in the most secured and fancy neighborhood; much better than those who live in slums.

When James gets home, he learns about his son’s plans to invite people from the poorer side of town over for dinner during this night. He furiously stops him but it’s

15. “Split” – 2017

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In the movie, “Split,” a group of individuals are held hostage in a mansion by a man who suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder. The movie is about the kidnapper’s 24 victims and the three girls that he kidnaps as well.

The movie explores how the characters manage to work together in order to find their way out of this nightmarish situation.

The story progresses with one identity revealing themselves and then another, continuously switching back and forth. This is because they are all inside what’s know as “the dark passenger.”

14. “Insidious” – 2011

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INSIDIOUS is a 2011 American supernatural horror movie. The movie is about a family who recently relocated to California from Illinois and how they are haunted by ghosts of the spirits of people who died in their new home.

INSIDIOUS was directed by James Wan and written by Leigh Whannell, both of whom were co-creators of SAW (2004). INSIDIOUS was released in theaters on September 21, 2011.

It stars Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne as Josh and Renai Lambert respectively, along with Ty Simpkins as Dalton Lambert, Barbara Hershey as Lorraine Lambert, Lin Shaye as Elise Reiner, Andrew Astor as Greg Brenner, Sophie Kennedy Clark as Quinn Brenner and Miranda Otto.

The film received generally positive reviews from critics upon its release, praising its visual effects.

13. “The Visit” – 2015

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The Visit is a 2015 American horror film directed by M. Night Shyamalan.

The Visit tells the story of two young siblings, Becca and Tyler, who are invited to spend a week with their grandparents. The kids start to suspect that maybe their grandparents are not who they seem to be after experiencing some very strange things in the house including seeing ghosts and hearing voices telling them what to do.

The Visit is among our best recommended Blumhouse horror movies that is filled with suspense and is definitely worth watching if you’re looking for a good scare!

12. “Paranormal Activity” – 2007

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Paranormal Activity starts off with a family of four. First is the dad, Dan, who is a stay-at-home dad to their three children, Ali, Robbie and Hannah. The mom is mom and works outside the home for most of the day. The kids have started making up stories about something bad happening in their house at night while they are asleep. They call it “The Monster”.

Their parents don’t see any harm in this activity and just think that it’s normal for kids to sometimes make up scary stories. But when one day Hannah goes missing from her room and her parents start noticing strange occurrences in the house at night, they start to worry that something really does happen in the house while they sleep!

11. “The Bay” – 2012

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The Bay is a 2012 horror film. It was directed by Barry Levinson and produced by Ridley Scott.

This film tells the story about getting attacked by parasites transmitted through water.

This film is shot in a documentary style. Its a really interesting yet terrifying watch topped up with some gory bloody scenes and two jump-scares as well.

Now what makes it even more terrifying is its closeness to realism. We all might be drinking water that is infected by some unknown bacteria or parasites that grow due to pollution.

10. “Ouija: Origin of Evil” – 2016

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The origin story centers on a family who moves from San Francisco to an old house in Los Angeles

“Ouija: Origin of Evil” is loosely based on the Hasbro trademark Ouija Board and its history. The film takes place in 1967 Los Angeles, where a widow and her 2 daughters add two new members to their family – a young man and his little sister.

The film should not have been called “Ouija: Origin of Evil.” It should have been “Candyman: Origin of Evil,” since that is what it really was about.

9. “Happy Death Day” – 2017

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There are many Blumhouse horror movies that use the same formulaic plot line, but Happy Death Day manages to be different.

The movie is about a college girl who has a normal life until her birthday. Suddenly, she wakes up in the same day and time over and over again.

The world around her goes on but she remains the same despite all of the changes. She realizes that she’ll die if she doesn’t figure out what’s happening quickly.

8. “Saw III” – 2006

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Not exactly amid classic horror movies nor modern ones, But it’s still one of the best scariest works ever made!

The third of the Saw series has been really appreciated by fans. The film follows two men, Adam and Dr. Lawrence Gordon, who are abducted by a madman called Jigsaw and placed into a life-or-death game at his old abandoned house on an island in the St. Lawrence River. The two men are pitted against each other in order to escape the house alive or die trying.

7. “Insidious” – 2010

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This movie has an interesting concept and idea behind it which includes supernatural mystery and horror. It is all about a family who moves into a rural home. The family is haunted by the demons of an old woman whose eyes are blue and wide.

This is amidst the greatest Blumhouse horror movies, and it tells the story of two young sisters who have to deal with their mother’s mental illness as well as a malevolent spirit in their new home.

6. “Sinister” – 2012

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Sinister is an American supernatural horror film directed by Scott Derrickson. It was released on October 12, 2012. It stars Ethan Hawke as a true crime writer who moves his family into a house in order to research the murder of a family. After moving in, he finds out that the previous family living in the house were all murdered.

The house becomes haunted and Hawke’s character starts to go crazy. He ends up finding a box of super-8 films that show how the murder took place, but it’s hard to tell who did it since the camera is just focused on what’s happening in front of it instead of showing their faces or any identifying features.

5. “The Invisible Man” – 2020

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Amid the best Blumhouse horror movies is “The Invisible Man”, which is an 2020 horror film that has a lot of mysteries . It’s about a scientist who invents an invisibility formula that he tests on himself. The scientist who is invisible isn’t really the main character in this movie, and we follow the doctor who is looking for him. He ends up finding him in a hotel, and he tries to convince him to come back for his own safety.

The movie starts with Dr. Jack Griffin doing an experiment with his new formula wearing goggles to protect himself from the blinding light. Afterward he takes off his goggles and sees that everything just looks normal to him, but he can’t see himself in the mirror or through any type of camera lens or glass window.

4. “Creep” – 2015

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Creep is a horror movie about a guy who answers a Craigslist ad and ends up befriending a woman who lives in the woods.

The film’s protagonist, Aaron, is looking for work and answers an ad on Craigslist. The job: “filming the life of a lady in her 20s – cooking, exploring passions, talking with friends.” At first he is happy to be able to work from home and be his own boss but then he starts getting more emails from the client asking for different things. He starts feeling like she doesn’t trust him and that she might be stalking him once he tells her about his new girlfriend…

3. “Hush” – 2016

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Among the best scary chilling stories we have “Hush” a movie that tells the story of a couple who has just moved into a new house and the potential buyer’s agent, Anna, who is drawn to the property for reasons she can’t entirely explain.

The first 15 minutes of this movie are not for the faint-hearted as it might be too scary for some people. The movie is about an evil entity that causes fear and panic in those around it.

hush is a horror movie with an interesting storyline which offers great cinematography and performances. The movie has received mixed reviews from critics but it has a lot of fans on social media with over one million followers on Facebook which shows that there are lots of people who love this horror thriller.

2. “Halloween” – 2018

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Halloween is one of the top Blumhouse horror movies, ad it is about a serial killer who terrorizes a small town in Illinois and is hunted by his long-lost daughter, Karen, who has followed in his footsteps.

The movie was directed by David Gordon Green and stars Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode. It is the eleventh installment of the Halloween film series. The film was produced by Malek Akkad, whose father created the original film series.

1. “Get Out” – 2017

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GET OUT is a movie released in 2017. It is directed and written by Jordan Peele. It is the number one of our list of the best Blumhouse horror movies, it tells the story of Chris, a young black man, who visits his white girlfriend’s family estate. There he finds himself caught up in a much broader and more terrifying conspiracy than he could ever have imagined.

The movie starts with the disappearance of Georgina (a woman that works for the company that Chris’ dad works at) and Chris’s dad being called in to help solve her disappearance. Georgina had been working on a brain disorder drug for over twenty years, but she was killed before she could finish it and it seems like her research was erased too…

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