Watch These Horror Movies If You Hate Blood

If you are the type of person who disdains the sight of blood, you may think that horror movies are not for you, but you should know that this genre is not everything. Take, for example, movies like Come Out, A Quiet Place, and Paranormal Activity, which are (for the most part) without blood.

If you are looking for a horror movie without blood and stab wounds, we have several suggestions. Starting with a few employee favorites, below is our list of no-bake movies that won’t make your stomach boil.

Night of the Living Dead (1968)

Listen to us: If you’re looking for a Negro classic, George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead may be your answer. Thanks in large part to this movie, we now have shows like The Walking Dead – or just about any modern zombie movie. As for gore and gore, this is a bland film by today’s standards.

Misfortune (1990)

Katie Bates is a national treasure, and Misery is proof of that. The film is a two-hour exploration of one fan’s obsession, and mostly without intimidation or baking. Spoiler alert: When she starts tying James Caan’s character to the bed, it’s probably best to look away.

Craft (1996)

In the late 90s, the mainstream horror genre was mostly bloody dramas centered around young people, as in films like Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer – but few can come close to high school drama. “Craft”. See how strange and wonderful it is.

The Blair Witch Project (1999)

In The Blair Witch Pr eject, you won’t see blood or gore, but that’s exactly what makes this movie especially scary. The film is mostly about your imagination – and what’s scarier than that?

Gremlins (1984)

If you want something lighter than your standard horror movie, Gremlins is a good place to start, as a movie that explores what happens when the Furbies’ group comes alive and wreaks havoc.

And if you haven’t found what you’re looking for yet, here are some more ideas:


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