Top 5 best and worst horror movie taglines

Top 5 best and worst horror movie taglines

Best:

  1. “You may not believe in ghosts, but you cannot deny terror.” – The Haunting (1963)

This tagline’s actually true. Ghosts could be fake (I believe in them) but terror is very, very real.

  1. “To avoid fainting, keep repeating, it’s only a movie.” – The Last House on the Left

Not only is it a great tagline, it is also a great tip I always use when I’m scared watching a film.

  1. “Be afraid. Be very afraid.” – The Fly

You should be.

  1. “A nice American family. They didn’t want to kill. But they didn’t want to die.” – The Hills Have Eyes

The tagline is bleak, chilling and shows that people become monsters themselves in dangerous situations.

  1. “Good morning! You are one day closer to the end of the world!” – The Omen

This tagline is perfect. It’s bleak, unsettling and darkly comic.

Worst:

  1. “In space no one can hear you scream” – Alien

This tagline is only scary if you are in space.

  1. “This summer terror won’t be taking a vacation.” – Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

Not only is the tagline forgettable as whole, the film also takes place in Halloween (autumn).

  1. “Every year young people disappear” – Tourist Trap

The tagline is just extremely forgettable.

  1. “Evil gets an upgrade” – Jason X

This tagline is just so forgettable and terrible it makes the movie itself look like a masterpiece (trust me – it’s not).

  1. “Sea Evil” – Ghost Ship

This is the worst pun I’ve ever heard. This won’t be giving you sleepless nights anytime soon.
What are some of the best and worst horror taglines you’ve heard? Do you agree with my list? Let me know in the comments.

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