In the mood for a blood-curdling, spine-tingling, heart-racing flick tonight?
If you're a horror movie buff, you probably get an adrenaline rush anytime you spot a new movie about ghosts, zombies, vampires, or witches. You're in luck: we've compiled a list of truly frightening horror movies. And the best part? They star 12 of our favorite Latina and Spanish celebs:
1. Zoe Saldana in 'Rosemary's Baby'
Zoë Saldana will star as Rosemary Woodhouse in the upcoming remake of acclaimed horror flick, Rosemary's Baby. The story centers on a woman who becomes pregnant... then realizes her spawn is the Antichrist. The miniseries airs on NBC this summer.
2. Cameron Diaz in 'The Box'
The Box stars Cameron Diaz as Norma Lewis, one-half of a financially strapped couple. Her and her husband (James Marsden) discover a mysterious package on their doorstep, containing a locked wooden box with a large red button visible underneath. A spooky stranger informs them that if they press the button, they will receive $1 million.... however, someone she does not know will die, putting her and her husband in the midst of a tricky (and horrifying) moral dilemma.
3. Jordana Brewster in 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning'
Jordana Brewster stars as Chrissie in the prequel to the 70s horror flick, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Chrissie, her friend, and their two boyfriends arrive in a small Texas town -- eager to enjoy one last weekend before the boys ship off to Vietnam. Unfortunately, the teens stumble upon a psychotic serial killer... and suffer through an evening of pure terror.
4. Odette Yustman in 'The Unborn'
Strange things begin happening to Casey Beldon, played by Odette Yustman, once she discovers that her twin brother died in utero. She's powerless to stop the hautings... especially once she learns the horrifying truth about her family.
5. Jessica Alba in 'The Eye'
Jessica Alba plays a blind classical violinist who's been offered the chance to undergo a corneo transplant and regain her sight. Unfortunately, her new eyes also cause terrifying visions, and she can't rest until she discovers the horrifying cause.
6. Camilla Belle in 'When A Stranger Calls'
In a remake of the thriller slasher film of the same name, Camilla Belle stars as a teenage babysitter who receives threatening, malicious calls from a stranger she assumes is a prankster. Unfortunately for her, he's not prank calling her -- and the calls are coming from inside her house.
7. Maribel Verdú in 'Pan's Labyrinth'
Guillermo Del Toro's celebrated dark fantasy Pan's Labyrinth stars Maribel Verdú as Mercedes, a housekeeper to the cruel, sadistic Captain Vidal. His stepdaughter, Ofelia, soon retreats into a fantasy realm that challenges her to complete three gruesome tasks. Her only friend is Mercedes, and together they try to survive the terrifying fantasy world -- and the equally horrifying real world.
8. Michelle Rodriguez in 'Resident Evil'
Michelle Rodriguez starred in both Resident Evil and the fifth installment of the series, Resident Evil: Retribution. Zombies emerge after a virus escapes a secret facility. An elite military is sent to shut down the computer and get out before the virus spreads to the rest of the world. An easy enough task -- aside from the crowds of zombies and mutants fighting to stop them.
9. Salma Hayek in "From Dusk Till Dawn"
Two brothers -- played by Quentin Tarantino and George Cloony -- are on the run from a crime spree in Texas when they decide to make a pit-stop at a seedy strip joint just over the border in Mexico. They have to survive from dusk 'till dawn, which is made only slightly harder by all the vampires. Move over, Twilight. This is one of the best vampires movies of all time, and Salma Hayek's strip show is one of the sexiest scenes to ever air on screen.
10. Penelope Cruz in 'Gothika'
Penelope Cruz's character, Chloe Sava, claims she's frequently raped by the devil in her cell in the mental institution section of a women's penitentiary. After leaving the asylum on a stormy night, her doctor (Halle Berry) crashes her car and wakes up as an inmate of the institution. She's accused of a horrible crime... but has no memory of the incident.
11. Kiele Sanchez in '30 Days of Night: Dark Days'
In the sequel to 30 Days of Night, Kiele Sanchez plays the only survivor of the incident of the first film. Riddled with grief over the death of her husband at the hands of vampires, she's spent the last six months traveling and trying to convince others that vampires are real. When she meets a group of fellow survivors, she joins their mission to hunt down the evil vampires that killed their family and friends.
12. Alexa Vega in 'Abandoned Mine'
Five teenagers, including Alexa Vega, prove that they're just asking for trouble when they decide to seek adventure on Halloween night in an abandoned mine. Long story short: they get what's coming to 'em.