Favorite Horror Film


It's spoof in every way, and this is why it's a really poor movie.
You're not saying that spoofs can't be good films, are you?
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You're not saying that spoofs can't be good films, are you?
No, I'm just saying Scream isn't a good spoof movie

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I don't have a single favorite, but at the moment it's this one:

I don't have a single favorite, but at the moment it's this one:

And yet you didn't even have it on your 60s list. For shame.
I may go back to hating you. It was more fun.

I spent more time finding the images than putting together the list, so I've probably forgotten a couple of films, but my top 25 favorite horror films looks something like this:

#1) Psycho
(Alfred Hitchcock, 1960)

#2) Eraserhead
(David Lynch, 1977)

#3) Cannibal Holocaust
(Ruggero Deodato, 1980)

#4) The Devil's Rejects
(Rob Zombie, 2005)

#5) Alien
(Ridley Scott, 1979)

#6) The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
(Tobe Hooper, 1974)

#7) Peeping Tom
(Michael Powell, 1960)

#8) The Last House on the Left
(Wes Craven, 1972)

#9) Rosemary's Baby
(Roman Polanski, 1968)

#10) Repulsion
(Roman Polanski, 1965)

#11) 28 Days Later
(Danny Boyle, 2002)

#12) Nosferatu the Vampyre
(Werner Herzog, 1979)

#13) Poltergeist
(Tobe Hooper, 1982)

#14) Night of the Living Dead
(George A. Romero, 1968)

#15) The Shining
(Stanley Kubrick, 1980)

#16) The Thing
(John Carpenter, 1982)

#17) Tremors
(Ron Underwood, 1990)

#18) Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
(John McNaughton, 1990)

#19) Spider Baby
(Jack Hill, 1968)

#20) The Hills Have Eyes
(Alexandre Aja, 2006)

#21) Suspiria
(Dario Argento, 1977)

#22) The Amityville Horror
(Stuart Rosenberg, 1979)

#23) Two Thousand Maniacs!
(Herschell Gordon Lewis, 1964)

#24) Nosferatu
(F.W. Murnau, 1922)

#25) Dead Heat
(Mark Goldblatt, 1988)

Psycho (1960) is most horror movie i think.

The first Halloween with Jamie Lee Curtis.Loved the tingling music.

Looks like I'll have to take a look at the Devil's Rejects though.

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Bram Stoker's Dracula

American Werewolf in London

Horror isn't exactly my forte, but I'm kind of a purist, I guess, when it comes to the classical monsters, night frights and so on ...

The Harvest
Wolf Town

I think i would have to say that Alien is my favorite horror movie of all time. It has suspense, so much tension, isolation, creepiness, and science fiction rolled into one movie.

After that I would have to say The Shining, and Texas chainsaw massacre.

Alien (1979)

Creepy and well acted.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

The last 30 minutes.

The Thing (1982)

Special effects yo.

Halloween (1978)

Cinematography and music.

It Follows (2015)

Cinematography and music. Odd that's a thing again. Those 360 pans are neato.

Psycho (1960)

Norman Bates yo.

The Fly (1986)

Special effects. Deja vu I know.

Forgot about Nosferatu.

Fantabulous list, Cap.
especially the #4 tho
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