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Molly-Mae's favourite horror movie is so scary people haven't been able to sleep after watching

Molly-Mae's favourite horror movie is so scary people haven't been able to sleep after watching

She shared her ratings for a bunch of horror films on Instagram recently

Molly-Mae's favourite horror on Netflix is so scary that people haven’t been able to sleep after watching – perfect for a Halloween night in... if you dare.

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You may recall that, earlier this month, Molly-Mae briefly dabbled in a bit of film reviewing, having posted on her Stories to share her thoughts on a number of new and classic flicks.

“On the way home from the cinema we decided to rank the horror films we’ve seen on our date nights over the last few months on level of scariness,” she said.

She then proceeded to reel off a bunch of films, giving them a score out of 10 and, with most of the movies, a brief summary of what she thought.

But there was only one that got a full 10/10, with Molly-Mae saying it ‘stuck’ with her long after watching.

Molly-Mae is clearly enjoying the 'cosiest season'.

Her list was as follows:

Evil Dead – 8/10 (“hard core horror”)

The Exorcist: Believer – 8/10 (“scary and good!")

Smile – 8/10 (“I think this film is a true horror”)

Talk To Me – 7/10 (“loved”)

Barbarian – 7/10 (“not well known, very odd”)

Insidious: The Red Door – 6/10

The Pope’s Exorcist – 5/10

Saw X – 4/10 (“let down”)

Knock at the Cabin – 3/10 (“easy watch, more of a thriller”)

Megan – 2/10 (“only film we’ve ever walked out of”)

Haunting in Venice – 1/10 (“advertised as a horror but it was a murder mystery”)

She went on: “We watched the new Exorcist today and I really enjoyed. I will add the only film to get a near 10/10 scare level from me is Hereditary... that film stuck with me, I don’t even like scrolling past it on Netflix!”

Molly-Mae shared her list on Instagram.

Molly-Mae added: “Tommy and I literally bond over horror movies... we really enjoy them so much.”

And it turns out she’s not alone when it comes to feeling a lingering chill from Hereditary, which was been spooking out many other viewers since its release in 2018.

One person previously tweeted: “I just watched Hereditary on Netflix. I’m definitely not sleeping tonight.”

The film stars Toni Collette.

Someone else replied: “Oh man that movie, I couldn’t finish it.”

Another also posted: “Just watched Hereditary on Netflix definitely shouldn’t have watched before bed.”

Starring Toni Collette, Alex Wolff, Milly Shapiro, Ann Dowd, and Gabriel Byrne, the film follows a woman and her daughter as they try to unravel the sinister secrets about their ancestry, trying to outrun the terrifying fate they appear to have inherited.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@mollymae/Netflix

Topics: Molly Mae Hague, TV And Film