List of Malayalam horror films

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This is the chronological list of horror films produced in Malayalam cinema. Bhargavi Nilayam released in December 1964 is considered as the first true horror film in the language. The film was scripted by writer Vaikom Muhammed Basheer based on his own short story Neelavelicham. Produced by T. K. Pareekutty under the banner Chandrathara Films. The film which is now considered as a classic in Malayalam cinema celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 2014.[1]

Films[edit]

Year Title Director Notes Ref.
1964 Bhargavi Nilayam A. Vincent Based on the short-story Neelavelicham [1]
1968 Yakshi K. S. Sethumadhavan Adapted from the novel Yakshi
1970 Moodalmanju Sudin Menon
1976 Yakshagaanam Sheela
1976 Vanadevatha Yusufali Kechery
1978 Vayanadan Thamban A. Vincent
1978 Lisa Baby
1979 Kalliyankattu Neeli M. Krishnan Nair
1980 Sakthi Vijay Anand
1981 Aarathi P. Chandrakumar
1981 Karimpoocha Baby
1984 Manasariyathe Soman Ambatt
1984 Sreekrishna Parunthu A. Vincent
1985 Pacha Velicham M. Mani
1986 Viswasichalum Illenkilum Alleppey Ashraf
1987 Veendum Lisa Baby Sequel to Lisa
1989 Adharvam Dennis Joseph
1989 Kalpana House P. Chandrakumar
1990 Nidrayil Oru Rathri Asha Khan
1992 Aayushkalam Kamal
1993 Manichitrathazhu Fazil [2]
1998 Mayilpeelikkavu Anil Kumar
1998 Ennu Swantham Janakikutty Hariharan
1999 Aakasha Ganga Vinayan
2000 Devadoothan Sibi Malayil
2000 Summer Palace G. Murali
2000 Indriyam George Kithu
2001 Megha Sandesham Rajasenan
2001 Bhadra Mummy Century
2002 Ee Bhargavi Nilayam Benny P. Thomas [3]
2002 Pakalppooram Anil Kumar [4]
2003 Soudamini P. Gopikumar
2004 Agninakshathram Karim [5]
2004 Aparichithan Sanjeev Sivan [6]
2004 Vellinakshatram Vinayan [7]
2004 Vismayathumbathu Fazil [8]
2005 Anandabhadram Santosh Sivan [9]
2006 Thanthra K. J. Bose [10]
2006 Moonnamathoral V. K. Prakash First Malayalam digital movie [11]
2007 Soorya Kireedam George Kithu [12]
2009 Winter Deepu Karunakaran [13]
2009 Kana Kanmani Akku Akbar [14]
2009 Mrityunjayam Uday Ananthan Fourth segment in Kerala Cafe [15]
2009 Chemistry Viji Thampi [16]
2010 Drona 2010 Shaji Kailas [17]
2010 In Ghost House Inn Lal Sequel to 2 Harihar Nagar [18]
2010 Yakshiyum Njanum Vinayan [19]
2011 Maniac Albin Joseph
2012 Silent Valley Syed Usman
2012 Manthrikan Anil Kumar [20]
2012 Yakshi – Faithfully Yours Abhiram Suresh Unnithan [21]
2013 Dracula 2012 Vinayan [22]
2013 Akam Shalini Usha Nair Adapted from the novel Yakshi
2013 One Parthan Mohan
2013 Geethaanjali Priyadarshan Spin-off to Manichitrathazhu [23]
2013 Ms Lekha Tharoor Kaanunnathu Shajiyem [24]
2013 Red Rain Rahul Sadasivan [25]
2014 Raktharakshassu 3D R Factor [26]
2014 Mithram Jespal Shanmugham [27]
2016 Aadupuliyattam Kannan Thamarakkulam [28]
2016 Ghost Villa Mahesh Keshav [29]
2016 Pretham Ranjith Sankar [30]
2016 168 Hours K. G. Vijayakumar [31]
2016 Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya Sajan K. Mathew [32]
2016 Ezra Jay K. [33]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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