Funny Horror Movies That Deliver On the Chuckles and the Chills


The titular character, played by Michael Keaton, makes a memorable impact despite appearing 45 minutes into the film. The character's limited screen time didn't prevent him from becoming iconic.

Bodies Bodies Bodies:

Directed by Halina Reijn, this stylish and clever A24 horror film features a satisfying narrative, cast, and body count, making it a standout genre-defying flick.

Extra Ordinary:

This Irish comedy-horror film follows Rose, a driving instructor who can see dead people, as she gets involved in a rock star's Satanic ritual. It's praised for its humor and supernatural encounters.


A body-swapping horror-comedy from Blumhouse, starring Kathryn Newton and Vince Vaughn. The film combines a dynamic narrative with bloody carnage, leading to hilarity, chaos, and mayhem.


Mimi Cave's debut thriller stars Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan. The plot revolves around a grocery meet-cute that leads to an unexpected and thrilling overnight trip.


A classic comedy-horror about a team of parapsychologists tackling spooky spirits. It's funny, only mildly scary, and serves as an ideal gateway horror film for younger audiences.


An '80s holiday classic where the rules for taking care of Mogwai are broken, resulting in a rampage of mischievous gremlins. The film balances horror and humor effectively.

Happy Death Day:

A time-loop horror film led by Jessica Rothe. The protagonist, Tree, must solve her own murder and correct her past mistakes to break the cycle of her repeated deaths.