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  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 Underrated horror movie Sequels.

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  • Scared me for this list.

  • We're looking at spooky Sequels that didn't get there.

  • Do first time around, we'll only be including direct Sequels on this list.

  • No reboots or remakes here.

  • And there may be some spoilers, so consider this your spoiler alert.

  • So is there an unloved sequel?

  • You watch every Halloween.

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • Now on to the top 10.

  • Number 10, Final destination five way All gotta get off.

  • What are you talking about?

  • Bridge is gonna collect.

  • What?

  • We're all gonna die.

  • What the hell is going on?

  • We're all gonna die if we don't get off this bridge.

  • Now, as a Siri's wears on into its 4th and 5th installments, the chance of it turning into a pier Cash cow increases and the size of its audience usually trails off as a result.

  • But for those who stick around, there are often all kinds of Easter eggs and call backs to be found as the later parts pay homage to those that came before.

  • Dad doesn't like to be cheated.

  • Final Destination five is a perfect example of this working in a healthy amount of fan service to its latest tale of doomed teens in their quest to cheat death, making it a hugely rewarding watch for Day one fans with some hugely impressive visual effects to boot.

  • Final Destination five is one of the Siri's true high points deaths.

  • After You, Too Crazy Peter Number nine, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, to despite its title, the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre plays things pretty subtle.

  • For the most part, the cannibalistic Sawyer family isn't properly introduced until fairly far into the movie, and most of the horror comes from a general sense of off nous rather than any actual massacring.

  • The sequel is far less interested in subtlety.

  • You know why I'm here.

  • Yes, there's something about chainsaw killers your brother's kids killed.

  • It kicks off with Leatherface chain sawing his way through a hapless victim and never looks back, ramping up a full blown chainsaw.

  • Dual, bigger, bolder and a whole lot sillier than the original.

  • It might not be a better film, exactly, but it is a whole lot of fun, right?

  • Number eight, Alien covenant.

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  • While the first two alien movies Air widely accepted, a genre Classics just about every subsequent Shal sequel has undergone an endless cycle of rejection and reappraisal, with different fans and critics stumping for different entries.

  • 2017 Alien Covenant was no exception.

  • Continuing Prometheus quest to discover the true origins of mankind magnificent to compose something so majestic one could die happy.

  • Boasting another hypnotic performance from Michael Fassbender as the Android David Covenant underperformed at the box office and was met with a reasonably lukewarm critical response.

  • But since then, many have found themselves falling for its strange charms, and it's worth looking up for the homoerotic flute playing alone.

  • Yeah, Bravo!

  • You have symphonies in your brother Number seven, Friday the 13th, The final chapter.

  • I don't want to scare anyone, but I'm gonna give it to you straight about Jason.

  • His body was never recovered from the lake after he drowned.

  • The disadvantage of letting a horror Siri's run on forever is that we never truly get a satisfying ending, knowing that the bad guy will be back to terrorize a new set of scantily clad youths in a few years, no matter how dead he appears to be when the credits roll.

  • But the man that Killed Your Sister is dead my life.

  • So this final chapter deserves props for doing its best to live up to its name, offering a genuine conclusion to the tale of Jason Vorhees, in which the machete wielding Boogeyman finally returns to Crystal Lake for a new slasher spree and finally meets his match.

  • Before long, he'd be dragged back up to sell more movie tickets.

  • But for one satisfying moment, it looked like this really might be the end.

  • Go away number 6, 28 weeks later, you were chasing you, my mom, my dad.

  • They're trying to kill me.

  • Appropriately, the popularity of zombies never seems to quite die.

  • They just keep coming back, often in a slightly different form.

  • 28 days later was part of the modern zombie wave, which usually favors grittier, more grounded tales over splatter house excess, giving more focused to the hideous moral decisions characters were forced to make.

  • Then the elaborate ways they find of re killing their newly risen foes.

  • Painting I Couldn't Tell You.

  • While the first film centered on a handful of average people trying to survive in the intermediate aftermath of a zombie pandemic, the sequel zooms forward a few months to follow a highly trained NATO squadron as they try to reclaim a safe zone in the middle of London.

  • This more action oriented follow up is a worthy successor to the original.

  • It Comes back, We kill it.

  • Number five creep to the Creep.

  • Siri's is another example of an understated atmospheric horror film that gets toe let loose when it comes time for the sequel, with Mark Duplass playing against type as a serial killer who lures videographers to their death, Creep puts a clever spin on the found footage format.

  • Watching a predator lead their prey to their doom is all the more chilling.

  • When you're looking through the eyes of the victims, you need to call the police.

  • This is serious throwing one of the most complex and compelling deaths in recent horror history and creep has more than enough mileage for a second installment without a theatrical release.

  • It never gained as much attention as it should have, even though it currently boasts a perfect 100% on Rotten tomatoes.

  • He is highly unpredictable and potentially dangerous.

  • Number four, Psycho three and that they don't come back.

  • Yeah, you came back.

  • Theory Journal.

  • Psycho is one of the most famous films in cinema history, so it would be easy to write off the Sequels as cash ins designed to trade on its good name, especially when they arrive a quarter of a century after the first movie, directed by Anthony Perkins, who also stars Psycho three, manages to breathe new life into the Bates Motel by leaning into its darkly comic undertones.

  • Jeez, you bought scared the piss out of May.

  • Add in a depressed None.

  • A mysterious drifter and an intrepid reporter and Psycho three has all the ingredients to serve up a wickedly funny edition of the Siri's while still providing shocks and scares you would expect.

  • Naturally, it can't compare to the original, but Psycho three still has plenty to recommend it.

  • They're gonna have you locked up forever, but I'll be free.

  • I'll finally be free.

  • Number three Scream four.

  • Hello was this.

  • It's Trudy.

  • Who's this?

  • This is the last person you're ever gonna see alive.

  • The Scream.

  • Siri's revolutionized horror by featuring characters who had grown up on slasher flicks, allowing them to call out all the cliches and tropes is they encountered them in their own stories by its fourth installment, though it threatened to turn into everything, it was designed to make fun off A by the numbers franchise that used the same tricks again and again to keep churning out Sequels.

  • Well, I've read somewhere once, just when you think things can't get any worse.

  • Sometimes they don't.

  • Sometimes they get better.

  • So, naturally, this franchise exhaustion became the target of the fourth movie as it's cured the genres, tendency to devolved and repetition and mindless torture.

  • It turned out the Scream Siris was still sharp as ever.

  • It just needed to find a worthy target.

  • I jumped Scared me.

  • Number two Halloween three Season of the Witch.

  • They're going to kill us.

  • Halloween three deserves to be celebrated just for how ambitious it is.

  • Rather than safely re treading old ground and setting Myers loose upon another set of victims as Halloween to head with some success, the third part takes place in a world where the first two installments exists as fictional movies, leaving it free to tell a completely different story.

  • Witchcraft.

  • To us, it was a way of controlling our environment.

  • It's not so different now.

  • It's time again, a story which involves witchcraft drew.

  • It is, um, Androids and all sorts of other crazy entirely, um, Michael Myers related stuff.

  • It's a true Throw it at the wall and see what splatters approach to storytelling, and it makes for one of the craziest, most unpredictable horror Sequels ever made.

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  • Stop it before we unveil our topic.

  • Here are a few other underrated horror movies that deserve an honorable mention.

  • Paranormal activity three.

  • Siri's dips back into its origins to produce the scariest installment to date Hell bound Hellraiser two.

  • Between this and inferno.

  • No, Siri's does crazy Sequels like Hell Raiser You're Suffering will be legendary, even in hell.

  • This'll This is the hell you have created for yourself.

  • Wreck to possibly the scariest movie to come out of the Cloverfield found footage.

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  • Cementos predators struggling for a sequel idea.

  • ADM or predators.

  • I'm here killing.

  • Yeah, Thio, Colt of Chucky, Internet, Voodoo and Insane Asylum and multiple Chucky dolls make for a wild ride.

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  • Number one.

  • The Exorcist three.

  • It's a problem that time working on Father Allow This Lady.

  • Having seen his novel adapted into a horror classic and then disappointing sequel, William Peter Blatty returned to set things right by writing and directing the third entry himself in a particularly devilish turn.

  • He based part of the new story on the Zodiac Killer, a real life murderer who was said to have enjoyed the original.

  • Are they calling these Gemini killings in the papers?

  • You must get them to do that, Lieutenant.

  • It's important ignoring the events of the second film entirely.

  • It picks up 17 years after the first one, as Lieutenant William F.

  • Kin Dreamin tries to solve a Siris of demonic murders, combining the cold blooded thrills of a serial killer story with the supernatural scares.

  • The Exorcist Siri's made its name with Blatty, created something entirely new and altogether terrifying.

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