No Way Out: 5 Horror Movies Where Everyone Dies In The End

No Way Out: 5 Horror Movies Where Everyone Dies In The End
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Spoilers ahead, duh.

From supernatural scares to psychological twists, these 5 movies provide unforgettable experiences and leave no room for anyone to escape their doom.

5. The Blair Witch Project (1999)

This found-footage horror film that revolutionized the genre forever follows a group of documentary filmmakers investigating the Blair Witch legend in the Maryland woods. The movie skillfully builds suspense through its minimalist approach and eerie atmosphere, with fear of the unknown and the feeling of being watched making the movie a chilling experience.

4. The Thing (1982)

Set on an isolated research station in Antarctica, the movie explores the paranoia and mistrust that arise when a shape-shifting alien entity infiltrates the crew. The film's practical effects and suspenseful narrative create an atmosphere of unease, making it a standout in the genre with a tense and haunting finale.

3. The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

Taking a confident approach to horror tropes while delivering genuine scares, the film follows a group of friends who go on vacation to a remote cabin only to find themselves manipulated by a mysterious organization.

As the characters face a series of frightening scenarios, the film does a brilliant job of deconstructing and subverting horror conventions, resulting in a unique and thrilling experience that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

2. Eden Lake (2008)

A romantic weekend getaway turns into a nightmare when the couple's escalating confrontation with violent teenagers takes a brutal turn with a harrowing and tragic outcome. The grim finale of the movie leaves no room for hope and paints a bleak picture of the darker side of humanity, leaving a lasting impact on those who dared to watch it.

1. Hereditary (2018)

As the Graham family grapples with the aftermath of a tragic loss, the movie's slow-building suspense creates an atmosphere of dread that culminates in a series of shocking and disturbing revelations that lead the members of the family to face an inescapable horror.

Cementing its place as a defining horror film of the 21st century, Hereditary is an intense and emotionally resonant experience that everybody needs to have.

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