The Top Ten Horror Trilogies Ever

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Insidious 3

Elise is mourning the loss of her beloved spouse several years before the first movie and plans to leave the paranormal investigative industry.

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Saw lll

The initial plot arc of the Saw franchise, which will shortly have three more films, is concluded in the third movie.

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the Conjuring

Its plot is viewed as being weaker than those of the preceding movies since it lacks their vigour and relies excessively on gore rather than atmosphere to frighten audiences.

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Alien 3

She crash lands on a planet housing prisons and now has to deal with the facility's slowly encroaching xenomorph infestation as well as vicious inmates.

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The Exorcist 3

This threequel was a pleasant surprise following the lacklustre Exorcist II: The Heretic.

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A Nightmare on Elm Street 3

The kids' abilities are distinctive and inventively exploited, and the film's top-notch visual and special effects complement some of the most memorable killings in the series.

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Son of Frankenstein's

The Universal monster films of the 1930s and 1940s gave rise to the first horror movie franchises.

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The Day of the Dead.

Day of the Dead, the third film in George A. Romero's renowned Dead trilogy, takes place after the undead

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Red Dragon

IMDb gives The Silence of the Lambs an amazing 8.6 while giving Hannibal, its direct sequel, a less remarkable 6.8.

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Army of Darkness

While the first two movies in the Army of Darkness series were frequently darkly humorous, the third movie may legitimately be categorised as a horror-comedy movie.

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