Happy Halloween, fellow DramaFever lovers! Tis' the perfect occasion to binge on candy, indulge in pumpkin flavored everything, dress up as a your favorite childhood character to your very adult job, and basically go back to being five years old. Yay for Halloween! But if none of these options appeal to you, and you'd rather skip all these steps and sign up for a good scare fest, then we got that covered too! Here's a list of seven scary movies on DramaFever.com that are the perfect excuse to keep your oppa close, but keep your bowl of candy even closer ;)

Bone-Chilling Watch: Monster

Misunderstood and labeled as the resident crazy lady, Bok Soon (Kim Go Eun) has no one to turn to once her younger sister is murdered by Tae Soo (Lee Min Ki), a cold-blooded serial killer. Pushed to the edge, Bok Soon takes matters into her own hands and goes after Tae Soo herself — but just who is hunting who? Who needs ghouls when you have serial killers and crazy ladies?!


Monster (2014)

Starring Kim Go Eun and Lee Min Ki

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Horror with a touch of romance: A Werewolf Boy

This film stars Descendants of the Sun star Song Joong Ki. Soon Yi (Park Bo Young) suddenly finds herself shuttled to the countryside, where she quickly discovers there's a lot to adjust to in their new house and surroundings — namely, a wild boy named Chul Soo (Song Joong Ki) who lives in the barn. Though initially believed to simply be an orphan lacking social skills, Chul Soo begins to develop feelings for Soon Yi, eventually leading to a love triangle that exposes the truth behind the werewolf boy. Heartbreakingly beautiful and sweet, this movie is a must watch!


A Werewolf Boy

Starring Song Joong Ki and Park Bo Young

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Tickle that funny bone: I'm a Cyborg But That's Ok

When asked to describe this film, most viewers used the words, "strange" but also "funny." The film is about Young Goon (Im Soo Jung), who believes she is a cyborg, and is institutionalized when she stops eating and tries to commit suicide after her grandmother was also taken away to a sanatorium. She meets Il Soon (Rain), a thief who specializes in "stealing" others' skills, and he makes it his mission to help her regain the will to live. Weird quirky and heartwarming.


I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK

Starring Im Soo Jung and Rain (Bi)

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Striking and stellar: Silenced

While a lot of Gong Yoo's dramas and movies depict him as lovable and adorable, this was one of his first array into darker territories. The drama shows Kang In Ho (Gong Yoo), who joins as a new teacher at a school for hearing-impaired children and discovers that the administration are sexually abusing the students. Along with a human rights activist, they bring the case to trial, fighting for justice against a corrupt system. Strong performances and a stellar story line make this Gong Yoo film a must-watch!

Romance with a touch of spooky: Spellbound

Yeo Ri (Son ye Jin) has been haunted by a vengeful ghost for years and pushes people away to protect them. Soon her boss, who is also a magician, starts seeing ghosts, helping Yeo Ri to begin forming connections again. What does it take to maintain a relationship with someone who brings along a ghost? This movie is all kinds of cute with a sprinkle of spook!

Twisted and gripping: Parallel Life

If you love twisted and confusing plot lines, then you will absolutely love this movie! Kim Seok Hyeon (Ji Jin Hee) enjoys success as Korea's youngest criminal court judge, but it all comes crashing down when his wife is murdered by Jang Soo Young (Ha Jung Woo), a convict with a grudge. Discovering his case is strikingly similar to one that occurred 30 years ago—to the youngest criminal court judge at the time—Seok Hyeon realizes history is not done repeating itself. A thriller with a very surprising end!


Parallel Life

Starring Ji Jin Hee and Lee Jong Hyuk

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A funny murder mystery: Private Eye

Kwang Su (Ryu Deok Hwan) hones his medical skills on scavenged animal cadavers, but really hits the jackpot when he discovers a human corpse in the woods—later learning it is actually the son of a powerful politician. Convinced no one will believe his story, Kwang Su hires Hong Jin Ho (Hwang Jung Min), a skilled, but reluctant detective, to find the real murderer. Interesting, intriguing and a must-watch!


Private Eye

Starring Ryoo Duk Hwan and Hwang Jung Min

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Which of these scary, spooky, and thrilling movies are you going to watch tonight?