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Since you also think the sooner the better were horror movies? Is mainly before erupted in the 90s this unspeakable High School horror hype, then when people still little effect needed to give the audience a miss 1a goosebumps ... For all the chilling out to right again, here is my personal top 10 horror movies!

Top 10 best horror movies: 1 The Shining

Director: Stanley Kubrick
Author: Stephen King

Family spends winter in secluded hotel, Jack Nicholson invents the views and psychopaths - he has an ax. So what you want more?

Shining Trailer:

2 Psycho

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Author: Robert Bloch

If I were not such a big Jack Nicholson fan, it would have probably made Psycho No. 1 on the best horror films, if only for the legendary shower scene and since then the best-known horror, er, "melody". Here in the video from minute 1:37

3 Halloween

Director: John Carpenter
Author: John Carpenter

He's just a master of horror, John Carpenter. Therefore, these classics in third place! And I am NOT the modern remakes

(Original) Halloween Trailer

Everything that follows is for me personally certainly not set in stone, the ranking is also just very subjetiv sprung my current mood:

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4 The Exorcist

5 The Ring

6 It

7 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

8 Friday the 13th

9 Rosemary's Baby

10th Poltergeist

When imdb gibts even a Top 50 list!

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Horror movie icon Sir Christopher Lee has branded modern fright films "obscene".
The British actor, who was a regular in the cult Hammer horror films of the 1960s and 1970s, tells CNN that movies like the "Saw" franchise, "The Hills Have Eyes," "Halloween" and "Cabin Fever" leave him feeling sick.
Lee says, "I find it quite nauseating what they do. The blood is all over the screen like an avalanche - the mutilation - dreadful things, and I just don't enjoy that."

Best horror video selection?

What video store in Seattle has the best selection of horror movies? I'm moving there, so I want to know. I'm talking about wide selections of J-horror, Korean horror, giallo, Hammer studios stuff, obscurities, schlock, gore, dead camp counselors, Frank Hennenlotter Presents, Dave Friedman's Something Weird series, acclaimed indie horror like "Malevolence" and "Dead Birds", the whole shmear...just tell me who has the broadest selection in town. (Here in Boston, it's Video Oasis, hands down. If anyone ever asks you, you'll know.)

Daughters of Darkness

As a horror genre fan, there are few real surprises in watching a vampire movie. i was not expecting a (somewhat watered-down) art house take on the subject when i rented DoD, though.
i wouldn't want to over praise the movie really, because it does have a lot of gaps in quality (read: hammy euro acting). but the locations and the photography really elevate this far above the world of, say, Dark Shadows or the Hammer movies.
i would say this is about 3.5 netflix star-rating. definitely something for fans of Fearless Vampire hunters, Hammer movies with Christopher Lee, etc

RIP Alfred

Michael Gough, who is best known for playing trustworthy butler Alfred Pennyworth in Tim Burton's "Batman" films as well as "Batman Forever" and "Batman and Robin," has died. He was 94.
Kicking off his career in 1946, Gough starred in over 150 movies and TV shows throughout his time as an actor. He was a staple of the Hammer Films from the 1950s and 1960s and was loved as The Celestial Toymaker in the first run of "Doctor Who." His last major film role was supplying the Dodo Bird's voice in Burton's "Alice in Wonderland."
Alfred Pennyworth
In the public sphere, the role Gough will be best known for is as Bruce Wayne's trusty butler Alfred Pennyworth in the "Batman" series

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Showed that.
I don't know if they were public domain by then or the programmer had good taste?
As I can remember it showed at various; The Magic Christian, Sahara with Bogart, Freaks, Island of Lost Souls, The Universal horror movies from the 30's, The Planet of the Apes series, Night of the Hunter, Ruggles of Red Gap... and the better Hammer films.
It was probably what made me like movies.

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