10 Horror Movies Where The Opening Sequence Is Scarier Than The Ending

Content Warning: This article addresses themes such as suicide, infanticide and graphic violenceJaws is back in theaters and offers arguably one of the most anxiety-inducing opening sequences of any horror movie. Films of this genre tend to balance the beginning and the end as two effective extremes to deliver fear. The beginning usually builds up the atmosphere, using the unknown as a vehicle to develop tension, while the ending often counts on a thrilling clímax and shocking twists.

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