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The Best Movies to See on Friday the 13th, According to the Editor

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Fortunately, another Friday arrived, and this time on the thirteenth of the month. Yes, another Friday the 13th has arrived and it is clear that horror movies are the great protagonists of the day. From the classics to the most recent ‘different’, productions of the genre are very welcome on the date.

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But with so many options available, it’s hard to choose the best titles, isn’t it? But do not worry. With that in mind, the TecMundo and Mega Curioso teams got together to nominate their favorite horror movies. Check out the suggestions below (if you dare).

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Best Movies to Watch on Friday the 13th

The Enigma of the Horizon (1997)

Carlos Palmeira (editorial editor)

It is a film that mixes horror and science fiction (it has a footprint of the Alien). What I like most about it is the suspense that follows until the end. In addition, I consider it one of the best (if not the best) films directed by Paul WS Anderson, who became very popular for his work in the films of resident Evil.

And speaking of videogames, the Enigma of the Horizon can be quite recognizable to anyone who played Dead Space. The game took a lot of the aesthetics and atmosphere of the movie to build that mysterious environment and that whoever is watching just doesn’t know what’s going on.

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Midsommar (2019)

Joy Macedo (Editor-in-Chief)

A group of friends travel to Sweden to attend a festival, but the celebration is far from what they expected. The big highlight is that we are not used to seeing a terror set in broad daylight, in summer, with flowers and full of colors. No doubt you will be surprised by the production of the A24.

Midsommar (2019)Disclosure/A24

abyss of fear (2005)

Rafael Farinaccio (Editor of Mega Curioso)

A not so well known one that I love. In the feature, a group of women go on an expedition into a complex of caves to try to cheer up one of them who has gone through traumatic family events. They get trapped there after a landslide and end up realizing that the cave is inhabited by some strange creature that chases them.

Abyss of Fear (2005)reproduction

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Run (2017)

Carol Saldanha (SEO editor)

Directed and scripted by Jordan Peele, Corra manages to involve the viewer in a chilling plot. Not only for the aesthetics, but also for the symbolism used during the feature – which becomes increasingly terrifying as the minutes pass.

And as if that were not enough, the narrative that comes from a “false moralism” is mixed with very important social themes. Thus, in addition to frightening by being framed in the horror style and genre, Peele’s work leaves us horrified by showing that racial prejudice is still alive in our society.

Run (2017)reproduction

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Parasite (2019)

By Ariane Reis (SEO editor)

In addition to addressing issues of social inequality in South Korea, something rarely discussed here in the West, Parasite features a very peculiar villain who is capable of turning human beings into monsters — money.

The film’s narrative may seem confusing and even a little monotonous at first, but as the story progresses we are impacted by a plot that exposes human weaknesses in an exquisite way. The film also has a plot twist, which makes the plot of the work even more interesting and the ending is one of those that makes our jaws drop and at the same time reflective.

Parasite (2019)reproduction

Not! Do not look! (2022)

By Leonardo Rocha (editor and presenter on the YouTube channel)

The film accompanies a couple of brothers who are part of a traditional family of horse trainers for the film industry, who begin to witness inexplicable situations on their ranch after the mysterious death of their father due to metallic objects falling from the sky. They then decide to try to win over the situation by capturing incontestable images of the supposed visitors from another world. The start is a little slow, but once the business picks up, it picks up very well.

Not!  Do not look!  (2022)reproduction

The Demon’s Death (2013)

Adriano Camacho (writing assistant)

This is a reboot of a classic, featuring a more serious take on the franchise. It has classic “woods cabin horror” elements, lots of fake blood and good acting.

Demon Death (2013)reproduction

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The entity (2012)

By Isabelli Pivovar (editorial writer)

The film follows the move of an author of detective novels to a house where the entire previous family committed suicide in a very bizarre way. Mid-investigation, he finds a mysterious box with tapes of other gruesome crimes that seem to be connected… and the rest is history.

This is one of those that shows slowly, calmly, but leaves you thinking terrified for days after watching. Ah, Ethan Hawke plays the main character (and that in itself should be reason enough!)

The Entity (2012)reproduction

REC (2007)

By Vinicius Munhoz (Voxel editor)

When the handheld horror genre started to make a comeback (after classics like The Blair Witch), perhaps REC be my favorite of the decade and style itself.

The plot follows a Spanish journalist who will cover the day to day of firefighters in Barcelona for a TV newspaper. However, the night does not go according to plan after the care of a supposedly psychologically disturbed lady is discovered to be an epidemic.

Handheld shooting is extremely convincing in this “zombie movie” and generates several extremely tense moments, which still have a very surprising ending. And do yourself a favor: watch the 2007 original, not the American remake, Quarantinefrom 2008.

REC (2007)reproduction

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