The 20 most frightening movies of the past decade

We’ve seen some of the most shocking films of the last decade.

But what about some of our least?

Here are 20 of the weirdest films we’ve seen in the past 10 years.

(Some movies were only on screens for a couple weeks or months at a time.)


“Titanic” (2000)The plot of this film revolves around a cruise ship that is lost in the Atlantic Ocean and a man named Thomas Cook is hired to find the Titanic.

He sets out to solve the mystery of the lost ship by following clues in the ship’s history.

When he is unsuccessful, he takes on a mission to find some of these clues.


“Memento” (2013)A thriller starring a teenage boy named Sebastian, a young woman named Marisa and a girl named Julia (both played by Naomi Watts) who are all trying to find a missing boy.


“The Great Gatsby” (1956)A portrait of the life of the American writer Gatsbys, written by Gats by himself.

It was a great film, but some people didn’t like it.

It is considered one of the worst films ever made.


“Nostalgia” (1999) A documentary about a family who moved to England in the 1960s and lived there for more than 20 years, while the film was making its way around the world.

The family moved to a small town in England in 1970, and there was a lot of animosity between them and other locals.

This film is a great example of nostalgia and the way that nostalgia can be used to make things worse.


“Halloween” (2012) A horror film about an American family who move to a country in Europe to celebrate Halloween.

This movie is not exactly a horror movie, but it is quite scary.


“Coraline” (2002)A remake of the Italian film “The Coraline,” this movie is set in a small village and stars Marcello Mastroianni.


“Dirty Dancing” (1989) This is one of my favorite movies.

I think of this as a classic, and I remember seeing it on my way to the theater.

The story follows a dancer named Jackie who moves to New York and becomes friends with the cast of The Beatles.


“Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (1967) This movie was a big hit in England, but the British film industry didn’t want it here.

So they changed it to a musical, which is why I can’t recommend it. 9.

“Romeo and Juliet” (1975) Romeo and Juliet was a love story.

The film is about two lovers, Juliet and Romeo.


“Pulp Fiction” (1994) The story of a cop and a murder suspect in New Orleans.


“Lethal Weapon” (1998) This was the only film that I remember watching in the 1980s that wasn’t on TV.

It’s a true crime movie that focuses on a serial killer, and it was great.


“Slacker” (1993) This film tells the story of the man who makes his living as a larceny artist.

He also has a girlfriend who is a prostitute.


“G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” (1991) This action-adventure film about the Cobra program has been the most popular movie in the United States since the early 1990s.

The first film, G.I.-Joe: The Invasion of Cobra, was released in 1981.


“WarGames” (2004)This was the first action-packed film that was released on DVD.

It stars a group of soldiers and is set during the Vietnam War.

It also starred James Bond.


“Dark Places” (1995)This is a classic film about a man who becomes obsessed with a particular kind of evil.

It has never been seen before.


“Inception” (2010)This film about aliens, a robot and an architect is considered the greatest film of all time.


“Fargo” (1996) This documentary is about a fictional city that exists in the future and is haunted by the deaths of its residents.


“Zombieland” (2011)This movie is about the story that happened in Zombielorre.


“Blade Runner 2049” (2017)The future is here.

This is the story behind Blade Runner 2048.


“Ghostbusters” (1984)A group of misfits go on a journey to discover what happened to their parents.

They find themselves on a quest to save the world by defeating the evil scientist known as The Cyberman.