Here is The List of Horror Movies Recommended By Elvira To Watch During the Quarantine


I’ve been watching all kinds of old movies and shows since I’m in the quarantine and I’m even watching the things which I thought I never will. I’m always looking for something new and exciting to watch to keep myself entertained, If you have any suggestions for me in Sci-Fi and adventure genre please let me know in the comments below.

Elvira is starting to recommend movies on Twitter. She recently shared a video recommending her first two movies, which include Misery and Night of the Living Dead. She also said to fans that this is a good time to revisit her feature-film appearance with 1988’s Elvira: Mistress of the Dark.

She said:

“I’m here to give you some suggestions about what to do when you’re sitting at home, bored out of your mind, and you need something to do. My suggestions are to watch some old, classic horror movies. And these first two come under the heading ‘It Could Be Worse.’ First one is the fabulous movie from the Stephen King novel Misery. I love this movie so much. Just think about it: you’re trapped at home with one other person, in a cabin, at least you don’t have a crazy lady there with a sledgehammer, right? Or, I’m assuming you don’t. I’m hoping. The other one is the George Romero classic Night of the Living Dead. I love this movie. It is a great movie. You’ve got seven people this time trapped in a house together and not only do they really start butting up against each other, but they’ve got flesh-eating corpses outside trying to get in, so it could be worse, right?

“The third movie does not come under that heading. The third movie is Elvira: Mistress of the Dark and it’s just good for a laugh. I’m not pitching this because I get any money, because, believe me, I don’t, not a cent. It’s just a damn funny movie. I’ve watched it one billion times and I still laugh. I love that movie.”

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