Horror Movies With All of the Scares and None of the Gore

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The VVitch

Set in the 1630s, The VVitch follows a Puritan family in New England who are terrorized by evil forces in the woods beyond their farm. Rather than employing gore or jumpscares, the film relies heavily on a deep, slow-burning discomfort that will chill the viewer to their core.

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The Shining

Frustrated writer Jack Torrance is hired as the caretaker at the empty Overlook Hotel. During their stay, Jack, his wife, and their clairvoyant son are plagued by the hotel's dark secrets, leading Jack's psyche to unravel. Although The Shining includes violent scenes and imagery, it is far more suspenseful than bloody.

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The More You Know

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  • In 1978, Tim Allen was arrested for possession of 1.4 pounds of cocaine and was sentenced to three to seven years in jail. He was let out on parole after two years and four months.
  • Steve Jobs became a vegan because he believed it would stop him having body odor, reducing his need to shower.
  • Before becoming a movie star, Harrison Ford was a master carpenter – a craft he still does as a hobby.
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