Weekends are for Netflix and chilling but what if you want a scare? But you still want to sleep at night?
Here are five animated horror films that will still give you a scare but not so much that you stay up all night thinking someone is coming to get you.
5. SPIRITED AWAY
Spirited Away is a Japanese film that tells the story of a girl who tries to save her parents from the spirit realm after eating the food of the spirits. It is an exciting adventure filled with laughs and packed with action.
The film is 2 hours and 5 minutes, it grossed over 352 Million dollars worldwide and it was released in 2001. This film has some disturbing scenes that will stay with you with a creature that not only eats food but also people.
Imagine losing your best friend in the world? In this film, a young boy brings his dead dog back to life.
Frankeinweeenie is a Walt Disney creation and was released in 2012. This is Tim Burton’s tribute to the 1931 Frankenstein movie. This is another success by Tim Burton, talk about taking Frankenstein to another level.
3. MONSTER HOUSE
This film was released in 2006 and received a 75% rating on rotten tomatoes.
The plot of the film is about a haunted house that comes to life that belongs to the scary old man down the street. This film challenges the concept of reincarnation completely.
I dare you to watch this movie at night with the lights off. You will never look at your house the same way.
2. NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS
If you like musicals this film aptly dubbed ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ is for you.
From the excellent mind of Tim Burton and Disney Studios. The King of Halloween, Jack Skellington decides to take over Christmas since he is tired of the same routine every year. All original soundtracks and catchy songs for the 1993 film.
This film takes the concept of ‘be careful what you wish for’ to a whole new level.
A girl who wants an escape from her life gets more than she bargains for when she goes through the little door in the wall. The film was released in the year 2009 and received a 92% rating on Rotten tomatoes.
Make your weekend interesting and watch these revolutionary films.