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Tommy Fury, Molly Mae rank THIS as the best horror movie of 2023

Check out these horror movie recommendations by Molly Mae and Tommy Fury

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It looks like Molly Mae and Tommy Fury are spending date nights at the cinema. And for the month of October, the couple is watching our favorite genre: horror movies. Here’s a full list of Molly Mae’s horror movies ranked according to how scary they are.

Molly Mae’s horror movie rankings

Molly Mae shared on Instagram that she and Tommy Fury “literally bond over horror movies,” and that the two “really enjoy them so much.” After a movie night together, the two shared their favorite horror movies ranked from most to least scary.

Here is the full list:

A Haunting in Venice

Mae rated this a 1/10 on the scary scale. According to her, the movie was “advertised as a horror” movie but “it was a murder mystery”. If you’re someone who doesn’t like getting scared or just prefers a nice Agatha Christie mystery, this a good watch.

Celebrated sleuth Hercule Poirot, now retired and living in self-imposed exile in Venice, reluctantly attends a Halloween séance at a decaying, haunted palazzo. When one of the guests is murdered, the detective is thrust into a sinister world of shadows and secrets.


On Mae’s scale of how scary a movie actually is, M3GAN ranks low – she gets a 2/10, to be exact. She stated in her review that it’s the only movie she and Tommy have “ever walked out of”.

This 2022 sci-fi horror film is about a brilliant toy company roboticist who uses artificial intelligence to develop M3GAN, a life-like doll programmed to emotionally bond with her newly orphaned niece. But when the doll’s programming works too well, she becomes overprotective of her new friend with terrifying results.

Knock at the Cabin

This film was not too scary for Molly Mae and Tommy Fury. According to Mae, it was an “easy watch” as it was more of a thriller than a horror movie. Knock at the Cabin was met with divided views after its initial release, as is evident by the 63% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.

While vacationing at a remote cabin, a young girl and her parents are taken hostage by four armed strangers who demand that the family make an unthinkable choice to avert the apocalypse. With limited access to the outside world, the family must decide what they believe before all is lost.

Saw X

In the most recent installment of the Saw film series, we see a sick and desperate John Kramer travel to Mexico for a risky and experimental medical procedure in hopes of a miracle cure for his cancer, only to discover the entire operation is a scam to defraud the most vulnerable. Armed with a newfound purpose, the serial killer returns to his work, turning the tables on the con artists in his signature visceral way.

While it sounds interesting, Molly Mae says she did not enjoy this film. On a scary scale of 1 to 10, she gave it a 4, and called it a “letdown”.

The Pope’s Exorcist

In this movie, Father Gabriele Amorth, Chief Exorcist of the Vatican, investigates a young boy’s terrifying possession and ends up uncovering a centuries-old conspiracy the Vatican has desperately tried to keep hidden.

Like many other critics, Molly Mae did not appear impressed by this film. On her rating of how scary it was, she gives it a 5/10.

Insidious: The Red Door

Rated as one of the worst Insidious movies, this latest installment sees Josh Lambert and a college-aged Dalton Lambert go deeper into The Further than ever before, facing their family’s dark past and a host of new and more horrifying terrors that lurk behind the red door.

Molly Mae’s rating for this movie is a 6/10 in terms of how scary it is. It does have some jump scares, true to Insidious fashion, but many viewers did not rate this movie well, either.


Mae deems this horror movie “odd”, which is reasonable, as the film features a lot of body horror that normal horror movies do not showcase. Mae further recognizes it’s not a well-known or popular film. Nonetheless, she gives it a 7/10 to describe how scary it actually is.

The movie starts with a young woman arriving at her Airbnb late at night only to find that it has been mistakenly double-booked and a strange man is already staying there. Against her better judgment, she decides to stay the night anyway but soon discovers that there is much more to be afraid of in the house than the other house guest.

The Nun II

Molly Mae says she is terrified of the nun’s face in this film, which is why she’s rated it a 7/10. While not the best-rated film in the Conjuring series, it is a good watch for the month of October. In this film, four years after the events at the Abbey of St. Carta, Sister Irene returns once again and comes face to face with the demonic force Valak, the Nun.

Talk to Me

A24 is great at grabbing people’s attention with horror film classics such as Midsommar, Under The Skin, and The Witch. And this one has certainly caught the attention of Molly Mae. According to her Instagram story, she “loved” Talk to Me. She considers it a 7/10 on the scary scale.

In this modern-day haunting, a group of friends discover how to conjure spirits using an embalmed hand, and soon become hooked on the new thrill, until one of them goes too far and unleashes terrifying supernatural forces.


Ranked as number 4 on Mae’s “actually scary horror films” list, Smile is about Dr. Rose Cotter, who starts experiencing frightening occurrences that she can’t explain after witnessing a bizarre, traumatic incident involving a patient. As an overwhelming terror begins taking over her life, Rose must confront her troubling past in order to survive and escape her horrifying new reality.

Molly Mae considers Smile to be a “true horror” film, and while it received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike, it’s worth giving a chance.

The Exorcist: Believer

Molly Mae wrote in her Instagram story that The Exorcist: Believer is “scary and good!” and that she really enjoyed it. She even rated it an 8/10, making it the third most scary movie she and Tommy have watched on date nights.

In this movie, Victor Fielding has raised their daughter, Angela on his own since the death of his wife 12 years ago. But when Angela and her friend Katherine disappear in the woods, only to return three days later with no memory of what happened to them, it unleashes a chain of events that will force Victor to confront the nadir of evil and, in his terror and desperation, seek out the only person alive who has witnessed anything like it before.

Evil Dead

In this re-imaging of the iconic The Evil Dead film of 1981, Mia, a young woman struggling with sobriety, heads to a remote cabin with a group of friends where the discovery of a Book of the Dead unwittingly summons up dormant demons that possess the youngsters one-by-one.

Molly Mae considers this movie to be “hardcore horror”, and rates it an 8/10 on how scary it is. It’s definitely worth the watch. If you don’t believe us, believe the stellar reviews by critics.


Molly Mae’s scariest film, which she gave 10/10, was A24’s Hereditary. According to her, the film just stuck with her, and she doesn’t even like scrolling past it on Netflix.

In this film, after Ellen, the matriarch of the Graham family passes away, her daughter’s family begins to unravel cryptic and increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry. As one of the highest-rated horror movies of all time, it’s definitely on our watch list for this October.

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