Scary movies are always more popular leading up to Halloween.
It's when Hollywood releases their most terrifying films, like this year's "Ouija: Origin of Evil" and the surely terrifying "Boo! A Madea Halloween."
Cable networks always seems play classic horror movies in October and even Netflix pushes out their best frightening flicks.
Some scary movies feature Mother Nature in some way shape or form.
There are the obvious disaster movies when Mother Nature is the star — films like "The Day After Tomorrow," "Twister" and "The Perfect Storm."
But there are also movies when the weather plays a more subtle role, and without it, the movies wouldn't be scary at all.