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Top 5 Valentine’s Day Horror Films

The Hallmark holiday of hearts, chocolates, and blood is finally here! If you’re looking for something a little more stomachable than an ACTUAL hallmark Valentine’s Day Movie, this list is for you! Learn more about the best Valentine’s Day Horror Movies.

Honest Pop Culture cultivates the best of the best when it comes to films. Learn and find out the ranking for It Follows, Hellraiser, Natural Born Killers, My Bloody Valentine, Valentine, and our honorable mention.

If you want a BDSM horror movie, a Sexually Transmitted Demon, or a couple of mass murderers, you’ll find the niche you want to watch this February 14th. Like, comment, share and subscribe! Follow our meme page on Facebook here all about pop culture: https://www.facebook.com/HonestPCPosters/ Horror on Valentine’s Day is just as important as flowers or chocolates, so indulge yourself!

 

IT FOLLOWS (2015)

It Follows Poster

It Follows Poster

It Followsdirected and written by David Robert Mitchell, is an urban legend gone wrong, by actually happening to poor Jay (Maika Monroe). Our protagonist Jay (possible short for Jamie *cough, Jamie Lee Curtis, cough*) is followed by what could be cleverly called a Sexually Transmitted Demon, after sleeping with Hugh (Jake Weary), a guy she presumably thought she knew. Jay and her family believes that Hugh (real name Jeff) just fucked with her mind, telling her that this shape-shifting supernatural being that was walking slowly towards Jay while Hugh had her drugged and tied to a wheelchair, would come after her and kill her. If it killed her it would come back after him and it will never stop walking towards its’ next victim. It’s slow, but never put yourself in a room with just one door, because it will get ya! But Hugh/Jeff wasn’t just fucking with Jay, Jay was about to learn quickly that this demon that only she and other infected’s could see was very real. 

It Follows works so well, and is legitimately “one of the most striking American horror films in years” because of the cinematography choices and musical score. You remember how you felt the first time you watched John Carpenter‘s Halloween? How you were looking for “the shape” in the background of every scene? How the music put you on edge and made you fear for the lives of the babysitters on screen? How just the right influx of music made you shiver at the pure thought of this thing getting closer to you? That’s what It Follows does, and it does it spectacularly. It also makes me nervous about sleeping around with people I hardly know. Luckily I am in a stable relationship and don’t have to worry about this demon that can look like anyone I know popping up in my life anytime soon. Because It Follows is spectacularly spooky.