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  • So I welcome Toe Watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 best horror movies of 2020.

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  • For this list, we'll be looking at the scariest and most critically acclaimed horror movies that were released in theaters or through streaming and on demand throughout.

  • 2020.

  • Have you caught up on your movie collection throughout 2020.

  • Let us know in the comments below number 10 Host.

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  • Movies often reflect our real world fears.

  • By that measure, Host is by far the scariest and most relevant horror movie of 2020.

  • The movie takes place during co vid lockdowns as six friends conduct a science over zoom.

  • Naturally, things go totally off the rails.

  • Something just touched.

  • My neck Host was filmed remotely throughout quarantine, with the individual actors needing to set up their own lighting and cameras and even arrange a few practical effects, all with their director instructing them remotely.

  • Many critics have praised the movie for its themes surrounding social alienation.

  • And in that way, it is the defining movie of 2020.

  • Yeah, you get out, E number nine Swallow.

  • Sorry, Isis.

  • Totally awesome.

  • While Swallow premiered at TriBeCa in 2019, it wasn't commercially released until March of 2020.

  • Like most great horror movies, Swallow sneaks in some wonderful social commentary amidst its horrors and freakouts.

  • In this one unhappy and isolated housewife named Hunter begins eating inedible objects.

  • There's something else inside there.

  • Hunter is brilliantly played by Haley Bennett, and if the world is a right and just place, this will prove to be her breakout role.

  • The movie was also influenced by Rosemary's Baby, with production designer Erin Miguel telling Nightmare on Film Street that the movies visual aesthetics were heavily modeled after Roman Polanski's masterpiece.

  • I've never done anything like this before.

  • I can I can't help it.

  • Number eight Sputnik because I didn't receive leniency.

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  • So for protection.

  • For those looking for a good alien movie, be sure to check out Igor, a Brahmin coz Sputnik.

  • This is a Russian film that takes place in 1983 at the tail end of the Cold War.

  • Ah, controversial psychiatrist has brought in to assess a cosmonaut who has just returned from space.

  • There is something clearly wrong with the man, and the psychiatrist learns that he is unknowingly harboring an alien life form.

  • Yeah, the movie was widely praised for its character work performances and old school creature feature story, complete with all the disgusting B movie Gore one could ask for.

  • It's certainly not high art, but then again, who wanted that?

  • Yeah, Number seven Relic.

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  • Haven't seen her in a few days.

  • I've seen by a house without much luck.

  • Produced by Jake Gyllenhaal and led by the reliably fantastic Emily Mortimer, Relic is easily one of the finest horror movies of the year.

  • The film is about one of the scariest horrors rooted in reality.

  • The terrible disease of dementia on elderly woman suffering from dementia goes missing and later reappears to her daughter and granddaughter.

  • After returning, she begins acting increasingly erratic and unstable, possibly under the influence of a harmful presence.

  • This is mine.

  • Yeah, Grand UK trying to steal from your trying to remember what you give it back.

  • Keep it back.

  • Oh, No, It's a scary story with brains and a heart, and it's filled with some truly unbearable dread.

  • Mix that with the everyday horror of dementia, and you have a modern horror masterpiece, and its deft blend of horror and reality proves that Natalie Erica James is a director.

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  • Number six color Out of space try.

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  • Lovecraft is one of the most famous horror writers, his work is so individualistic that it makes film adaptations incredibly difficult, and the results often divide viewers.

  • That said, Richard Stanley's Color Out of Space is one of the all time best Lovecraft adaptations.

  • Based on Lovecraft's iconic short story from 1927 the film brings the events into the modern era, starring a game Nicolas Cage as Nathan Gardner.

  • The story concerns the gardener farm and its inhabitants being invaded by a mysterious alien life form.

  • We couldn't even get through and believe me, we tried.

  • She's telling the truth that something weird is going on.

  • I don't want to hear your excuses, either.

  • Banning Cages is typically committed and bizarre.

  • Self and the movies visual effects are simply stunning, especially the scenes involving the vibrant color.

  • It also contains shades of the shining as a strong family unit is violently disintegrated by a supernatural force.

  • It's simply a neck Solent movie.

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  • She dies tomorrow.

  • I can barely hear you.

  • Are you okay?

  • Not really.

  • Just hearing that title alone is enough to give someone goose bumps.

  • She dies tomorrow.

  • Concerns Amy Ah, young woman who was convinced that she is going to die the following day.

  • Her paranoia proves contagious, and anyone she tells becomes convinced that they're going to die.

  • It's a pretty spooky concept, and it's handled well by writer director Amy Seimetz.

  • The movie is also far funnier than 1 may expect, as Seimetz beautifully blends horror with some absurdist comedy.

  • I know that I'm going to die tomorrow, Okay, great, so you don't know?

  • Seimetz wrote the movie, based on her experiences with anxiety and panic attacks.

  • And as such, the movie story and themes are rooted in an unnerving reality like relic.

  • She dies tomorrow is horrifying for what it suggests about riel World fears machine, Mrs Sovereigns number four.

  • I'm thinking of ending things.

  • Maybe It's unfair of me to be going on this trip with Jake.

  • I'm so uncertain about our future, our lack of it.

  • Directed by the acclaimed Charlie Kaufman, Netflix is I'm Thinking of Ending Things was one of the greatest streaming releases of the fall 2020 season.

  • The movie concerns a young woman who is disillusioned with her short relationship and is thinking of breaking up with her boyfriend.

  • While contemplating this, she has taken to meet her boyfriend's parents at their secluded farm.

  • Of course, this being a Charlie Kaufman movie, it's far more complex than that.

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  • The psychological story is told in a surreal and artful manner.

  • It's rife with symbolism and chaotic dream imagery, and the movie is led by a stellar cast, including Jesse Plemons, Toni Collette, David Thewlis and Jessie Buckley of Chernobyl fame.

  • I feel uncertain about a lot of what happened tonight.

  • Number three, possessor uncut.

  • You're not safe for them anymore, are you?

  • You told me yourself.

  • You become a danger.

  • Sci fi Horror can be tricky to pull off, but possessor uncut makes it look easy.

  • The story takes place in a distant future, where a secret organization uses brain implant technology to possess people and make them carry out assassinations.

  • It sounds like a fun action sci fi thriller, but writer director Brandon Cronenberg uses it as a vessel for horror.

  • Don't sound so worried.

  • I'm 1 to 1 with the host right now.

  • I can feel it completely clear.

  • Cronenberg obviously learned a lot from his famous and influential father, David, as possessor.

  • Uncut also embodies fears around the human mind and body, not to mention a dose of exquisite and revolting body horror.

  • The movie also looks amazing and is led by a commanding performance from Andrea Rice.

  • Borough Cronenberg looks like a sure bet to continue his father's legacy.

  • They attacked me, and I was doing was defending myself number to his house.

  • We don't belong here.

  • Horror lovers.

  • You may now rejoice.

  • The first great haunted house movie of the 20 twenties is here.

  • This terrifying Netflix original centers on ball and really south Sudanese refugees attempting to make a new life for themselves in London, England, in the wake of tragedy, it quickly becomes clear that an evil presence has followed them there and it wants something.

  • After all we've endured after what we have seen, what men can do, you think it is bumps in the night that frightened me.

  • Fans of such recent genre classics as The Witch and Hereditary will be sucked in owing to its arresting imagery.

  • Next level nightmare sequences, topical themes and commanding lead performances by Wounding Yusaku and show paid Idrissou.

  • It goes without saying that we can't wait to see what writer director Rami Weeks has up his sleeve.

  • Next, this is my house.

  • Before we unveil our topic, here are a few honorable mentions.

  • Come to Daddy Brutal black comedy led by Elijah Wood.

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  • Live your own a terrific Spanish film.

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  • Theo platform engaging dystopian thriller with smart social commentary states that that you know who's that in you?

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  • Number one.

  • The Invisible Man.

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  • This is how you bring old stories into the modern era.

  • Written and directed by Lee Juanele of Saw Fame, The Invisible Man updates H.

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  • Wells classic science fiction novel for the 21st century.

  • It stars the always incredible Elizabeth Moss as Cecilia Kass, a woman who believes that her ex is stalking her with technology that allows him to become invisible.

  • Others don't believe her.

  • As the X is supposed to be dead, he has figured out a way to be invisible.

  • The film is mainly about abuse and the haunting effects it leaves on someone's psyche, but it also works as a straightforward sci fi tale about invisible people.

  • No matter how you view it, the invisible man is terrifying.

  • There you are.

  • Yeah, so that was Do you agree with our picks?

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