Best horror films on SHOWTIME

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Check out these movies on Showtime that received a 80% or higher on the Tomatometer.

Evil Dead 2 (98%)
Evil Dead 2’s increased special effects and slapstick-gore makes it as good — if not better — than the original.

The Babadook (98%)
The Babadook relies on real horror rather than cheap jump scares — and boasts a heartfelt, genuinely moving story to boot.

Re-Animator (95%)
Perfectly mixing humor and horror, the only thing more effective than Re-Animator’s gory scares are its dry, deadpan jokes.

Death Line (91%)
Gary Sherman’s Death Line is one of those little-seen, long-forgotten 1970s horror films that’s still championed by its core of fans. In the film, Patricia and her American boyfriend, Alex, find an important government official apparently unconscious on the stairs of a London Underground station. By the time they locate a cop to investigate, the body is gone. The sarcastically cynical Inspector Calhoun and his right-hand man, Rogers take on the case.

Dude Bro Party Massacred III (90%)
Brent enters the halls of the Delta Bi Theta fraternity. He isn’t just any pledge, he’s a legacy – and it’s a legacy of death. Brent is actually there to solve the mystery of his identical twin brother Brock’s murder, and he’ll do anything to crack the case, including an attempt at the frat’s most daring prank of all time.

The Final Wish (88%)
With the unexpected passing of his father, Aaron tries to come to terms with his grief while supporting his devastated mother. Sifting through his father’s belongings, Aaron comes upon an Urn that is far more than it seems. As his wants and wishes start coming true, Aaron thinks his prayers have been answered until he realizes the price of this good fortune is much more than he bargained for.

They Live (86%)
A politically subversive blend of horror and sci fi, They Live is an underrated genre film from John Carpenter.

What Keeps you Alive (82%)
Smart, stylish, and well-acted, What Keeps You Alive proves it’s still possible to spin an engrossing horror yarn without fundamentally altering established formula.

Zombie Honeymoon (82%)
An offbeat blend of horror, comedy, and romance where Danny and Denise are a young couple who have just gotten married and they are on their honeymoon. While enjoying a sunny afternoon on the beach, Danny and Denise’s getaway takes a turn for the worse when a monster rises from the ocean and attacks Danny. The creature spews poison into Danny’s mouth, and soon the new husband is dead. But Danny isn’t gone for long — he unexpectedly regains consciousness, but Denise soon learns that her new mate has become a flesh-eating zombie.

Double Date (81%)
Meet innocent Jim, terrified of girls, and on a reluctant quest to prove his manhood the night before he turns 30. He and his cocky friend Alex think they’ve hit the jackpot when they meet the beautiful siblings Kitty and Lulu, who seem up for anything on a wild party-fueled night. But little do they know that thse two want to make Jim lose much more than just his virginity… Getting laid has never been so bloody difficult.

God Told Me To (80%)
A New York detective investigates a series of murders committed by random New Yorkers who claim that “God told them to.”

 

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