15 Best Hindi Dubbed Horror Movies on Amazon Prime For Movie Night
Are there any good Hindi dubbed horror movies on Amazon Prime? Horror films are a haven for those who enjoy being alarmed. Hollywood stories are distinctive because of their screenplays and visuals. The only issue with Hollywood films is their occasionally difficult-to-understand vocabulary. So here we have compiled a list of Hindi dubbed horror movies on Amazon Prime.
1. Train to Busan
Directed by Yeon Sang Ho, ‘Train to Busan’ is an action horror based South Korean film. During a zombie outbreak, the passengers in a train from Seoul to Busan, fight for their lives. The virus outbreak happens throughout the country, however, most of the film is set in the train. We see the main character Seok Woo played by Gong Yo transform from a selfish person to a sacrificing one. A standalone sequel to this film ‘Train to Busan: Peninsula’ was released in 2020.
2. The Conjuring Series
The conjuring series consists of three films- ‘The Conjuring’ (2013), ‘The Conjuring 2’ (2016) and ‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’ (2021). The movies dramatize the real-life instances of Ed and Lorraine Warren. Authors and paranormal investigators linked to well-known but contentious haunting stories. The spin-off movies concentrate on the origins of some of the creatures the Warrens have encountered, while the main series follows their attempts to help people who get possessed by demonic spirits. The second film features the controversial Enfield Poltergeist case. While the third one is based on the trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson.
3. Annabelle Series
Just like ‘The Conjuring’ series, ‘Annabelle’ series also comes under the Conjuring Universe franchise. The Annabelle series has three movies- ‘Annabelle’ (2014), ‘Annabelle: Creation’, ‘Annabelle Comes Home’ (2019). The movie shows the actions taken by the same-named doll before the Warren family came into contact with it at the beginning of the first movie. Through the course of movies, we see Annabelle make the haunting items in the Warrens Artifact room come to life.
4. The Wailing
‘The Wailing’ is a 2016 South Korean horror film. A mystery virus leads the residents of Gokseong, a small village in the South Korean highlands, to go insane and brutally murder their family after a Japanese man arrives there. In order to save his daughter, a policeman investigates the mysterious illness. The Wailing succeeds in fusing violence and a psychedelic mixture of horror cliches with a sense of deep discomfort.
5. The Witch
Starring Anya Taylor Joy, ‘The Witch’ is a 2015 folk horror film. The tale is set in the 1630s. It follows the Puritan family’s encounter with the demonic forces. The forces of witchcraft, black magic, and possession shattered the family. Is this just a case of poor luck, or does each member of the family share some of the blame for their misfortune? This is an intriguing level of uncertainty in the story.
6. Cold skin
The film is based on a 2002 novel by Albert Sánchez Piñol. When a young man travels to a lonely island to take up a position as a weather watcher. He discovers that he must protect the watchtower from dangerous monsters that lurk along the island’s beaches.
7. Lights Out
Directed by David F. Sandberg, ‘Lights Out’ is based on his 2013 short film of the same name. In the movie, a young woman (Rebecca) is forced to face childhood anxieties in order to defend her brother from a furious supernatural being that has a strange connection to their mother. Rebecca must confront a mysterious entity connected to their mother in order to unravel the terror that lies behind her younger brother’s experiences that previously made her question her sanity.
8. I see you
In the psychological thriller, Helen Hunt plays the lead role. A missing persons case’s primary investigator struggles to strike a balance between work and personal life. As a small-town investigator looks into the disappearance of a little boy, strange happenings afflict him and his family. But when the family faces certain death, a terrible secret about their house is at last revealed.
9. It chapter two
Adaptation of the 1986 novel by Stephen King, ‘It Chapter Two’ was released in 2019. The malevolent clown Pennywise, who was vanquished by members of the Losers’ Club, comes back 27 years later to threaten Derry, Maine, once again. The childhood pals have long ago drifted apart as adults. But when people begin to vanish, Mike Hanlon summons the others to his house for a last stand. In order to defeat the shape-shifting Pennywise, who is now more potent than ever, the united Losers, damaged by the scars of the past, must face their innermost fears.
10. The lodge
‘The lodge’ is a 2019 psychological horror. The story revolves around a soon-to-be stepmother who is stuck at her fiancé’s family’s remote resort during Christmas alone with his two kids. There, she has a number of strange occurrences with the kids that seem related to her past. With its spooky setting and unsettling story handling the majority of the scares, “The Lodge” is more upsetting than scary.
11. The grudge
An American nurse living and working in Tokyo, discovers a secret magical curse that causes a person to become imprisoned in ferocious wrath before taking their life and spreading it to other victims. Matthew Williams, Jennifer, his wife, and Emma, their mother, are settling down in Tokyo. Together they move into a house that has previously been the scene of paranormal activity. It turns out that the house is the target of a curse that resides there and kills everybody who enters the area.
After a young couple takes in their two nieces, they begin to believe that a paranormal ghost by the name of Mama has taken a liking to their household. The movie centers on the two girls who are found abandoned in a wooded hut and raised by an unidentified figure they call “Mama,” who eventually follows them to their new suburban house and is led by two adults after their uncle picks them up.
In this lockdown-inspired delight, a group of six friends participates in a Zoom seance, which results in them receiving a little bit more than they bargained for. When things start to get scary, the performers’ relaxed, realistic performances serve to establish a sense of credibility. A seemingly uncomplicated but dangerous thrill ride.
14. Before I Wake
Cody, a foster child, is welcomed into the home of Mark and Jessie. The young boy informs Jessie that he hates going to sleep, but she assumes that this is a common worry for young children. The couple is astonished when their biological son who has passed away unexpectedly enters their living room. To their surprise, Cody’s horrors and dreams both become real. Cody’s mysterious skill must now be explained by Mark and Jessie before Cody’s imagination does them all harm.
The Jigsaw Killer is a mysterious figure in the film who puts his victims through life-threatening ‘games’ in which they must endure intense physical pain in order to survive, testing their will to survive. The Jigsaw Killer is the central enigma of the film, which follows a nonlinear narrative. In the frame tale, two of Jigsaw’s most recent victims (Whannell and Elwes) are told to kill each other in order to protect their own families when they awaken in a big, decaying bathroom. The film has been credited as a revolutionary horror film. A sequel to this film was released in 2005.
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