5 of the best movies about psychic powers

If you have ever opted for a psychic reading to a psychic hotline, you know that it is fun and you will get some of the best tips for a relationship and many other issues when you connect with the psychic gurus.

However, when we look at psychic powers in movies, it creates on a number of thoughts in mind, and it even excites us.

In this post, we have shortlisted the top five movies that have made an impact on Hollywood and even on the lives of people who have you watched and lived the experience…

 

Carrie (1976)

In 1976, people were talking about Little Miss telekinetic who was the heroine of Stephan King’s first novel. In the movie, she had the ability to move objects at will with the power of her mind.

This was a strong moving in the 70s, and it was considered to be a template for persecuted kids. The character discovers her superpowers after going through a humiliating bullying incident.

 

The Fury (1978)

If you have watched this movie, you probably can still feel the chills you felt while watching the end scene of the movie.

It is a classic 70s horror story, and it is based on a novel penned by John Ferris. The story is impactful, but the direction makes it special.

 

The Shining (1980)

Check out the Ice Cream Scene, and you’ll know why people were freaking out while watching the movie on the big screen. It was not just the direction in this case, but the soundtrack that unnerved people.

In the movie, a family heads to an isolated place where evil influences the father into violence. However, it is the psychic son who takes the story forward because of his ability to see horrifying forebodings from not just the past but also of the future.

 

The Sixth Sense (1999)

This movie talks about the parallel world only a few of us can see and experience. The Sixth Sense is a movie about a child who can communicate with spirits.

The weirdest part was that the spirits had no idea that they were dead. They get help from this little, disheartened child psychologist.

 

The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009)

The story looks an average flick till the reporter in Iraq meets Lyn Cassady. Lyn claims to be a member of the U.S. Army’s specific unit that is focused on employing paranormal powers in their missions. It looks silly, but it has moments that will force you to jump out of your seat at regular intervals.

George Clooney plays the role of Lyn Cassady, and he justifies the role in the best possible way.