Top ten spooktacular scary films

It’s that time of year again, where we all take it up on ourselves to scare ourselves silly… for fun? I must admit I do really enjoy Halloween- especially the toffee apples.

If you’re a bit too old to go Trick or Treating, why not invite some friends over and watch some terrifying films – while raising funds for your charity at no extra cost.

We’ve put together a top ten list of the scariest films ever released that you can buy at Give as you Live retailers – pushing you ever closer to raising £50 for your charity, just by shopping online.

We’ve also made a Halloween Pinterest board, featuring some fun Halloween food recipes that you could create for your guests and some fun decorations.

The Exorcist, £8.45, Zavvi‘This notorious battle between good and evil, nominated for eight Oscars when it was originally released in 1973, is both a hysteric scream and an intentional as well as unintentional hoot.’  Mark HalversonRaises £0.12 for charity with Give as you Live
The Omen, £3.95. Send It
He was born at 6am on the 6th day of the 6th month. The coming of Armageddon the site of the final confrontation between the forces of good and evil as foretold in the Book of Revelations will begin with the birth of the son of Satan – in human form.  Raises £0.05 for charity with Give as you Live
Paranormal Activity, £11.49,
Single camera. Slow build. Unseen evil. Creepy things happening while the unwitting victims are sleeping. Demon possession. A completely out-of-nowhere horrifying ending. Paranormal Activity has it all, leaving Hollywood special effects behind in favour of a voyeuristic peek into Hell. www.sheknows.comRaises £0.11 for charity with Give as you Live
Saw, £5.73, Be prepared to be scared. James Wan’s directorial debut, written by and starring Leigh Whannell, is a violent, bloody, psychologically exhausting and exhilarating exercise in terror.Raises up to £3.73 for charity with Give as you Live
The Fourth Kind, £5.99, Play.comThere are four kinds of alien encounters. The fourth kind is abduction.In remote Alaska citizens have been mysteriously vanishing since the 1960s. Despite multiple investigations the truth behind the phenomena had never been discovered – until now. Raises £0.05 for charity with Give as you Live
Poltergeist, £11.95, ZavviThey’re here playful at first… but not for long. A storm erupts a tree attacks and little Carol Anne Freeling is whisked into a spectral void. Raises £0.17 for charity with Give as you Live
Silence of the Lambs, £4.19, Play.comA young FBI cadet must confide in an incarcerated and manipulative killer to receive his help on catching another serial killer who skins his victims. Freaky. Raises £0.04 for charity with Give as you Live
The Amityville Horror, £5.45, The Hut From Michael Bay the producer of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre comes the true story of Amityville. In November 1974 a family of six was brutally murdered. Now a year later an unsuspecting young couple George (Ryan Reynolds Blade: Trinity Van Wilder) and Kathy Lutz (Melissa George TV’s Alias). and their children move into the house…Raises £0.08 for charity with Give as you Live
The Shining, £8.19, GameseekStanley Kubrick directs this chilling adaptation of the Stephen King shocker. Seeking solitude in order to write a novel Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) takes a job as an off-season caretaker at the remote Overlook Hotel …Raises £0.12 for charity with Give as you Live
The Descent, £6.99, MovieMailEffective British horror movie about a young group of female friends who go on a climbing expedition and get a lot more than they bargained for when, lost in a cave and off the map, they encounter a race of barely human cannibalistic subterraneans who are very, very hungry.Raises £0.13 for charity with Give as you Live

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