5 Horror Movies for Halloween Date Night

mag813 October 31, 2014 Comments Off on 5 Horror Movies for Halloween Date Night
5 Horror Movies for Halloween Date Night

When you’ve finished trick or treating, raising demons with Ouija boards or dressing up as various ‘sexy’ versions of everything known to man, Halloween is the perfect time to catch up on some horror movies.

And as everyone knows, a good horror movie can be excellent for a relationship.

There is nothing better than eating junk while hiding behind a cushion and feeling like your heart is going to beat right out of your chest, with your girlfriend or boyfriend beside you, going through the same (or laughing at how much the film makes you jump).

It can lead to extra snuggles and what better excuse is there than to enjoy some serious make-out time when things get a bit on the crazy side?

Below are five romantic horror movies that will make for the perfect date night.

1. Cloverfield

Nothing is more swoon worthy than a guy willing to search for his girlfriend though a city being terrorised by a gigantic monster.

2. Drag Me To Hell

Foul-mouthed goats, massive amounts of bodily fluid and a meek lone officer that just wanted to do her job, but instead gets cursed by a button wielding scary gypsy.

Aw well, the sacrifice made in the name of love is nice.

Though if your partner offers you a button as a gift, word of warning, don’t take it.

3. 30 Days Of Night

Chock full of scary vampires who have never heard of a napkin, 30 Days Of Night is the ultimate reconciliation movie.

The love story between the estranged couple is sweet and endearing and it is amazing what a legion of blood thirsty undead can do for your relationship issues.

4. Shaun Of The Dead

This rom-zom-com is filled with funny and beautiful moments.

Shaun may be a disappointing boyfriend to start with but he more than redeems himself.

Nothing says I love you like a cricket bat to a zombie’s head and a rescue mission that ends in a trip to the pub to get a pint while you wait for the whole zombie apocalypse thing to blow over.

5. Zombieland

You’d be mistaken for thinking that the whole love story in this film was between the awkward Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) and cunning Wichita (Emma Stone).

The real love story is between Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) and the ‘golden sponge cake with a creamy filling’ – the Twinkie.

It is a story of endless searching, wanting and needing, with a very satisfyingly delicious ending.

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