Question Of The Month At Oracle Of Film – What Makes Your Ideal Horror Movie?

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I’ve participated in another Question Of The Month for Luke over at Oracle Of Film. I love this month’s question (and hope I didn’t ramble on too much): “What element makes your ideal horror movie?

You can read all our replies HERE. Thanks again, Luke! 🙂

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My Top Ten Horror Movies

Happy Halloween! I guess I better do this now, then. Below are my Top Ten Horror Movies.

This was difficult. In order to do this, I’ve decided to leave a couple films out which are favorites of mine because I don’t exactly see them as “horror” films…

Alien/Aliens (Two of my favorite films. I don’t think “horror” with these – I think sci-fi)
Jaws (Again, I just think “classic blockbuster”)

So here are my Top Ten Horror Movies counting down from ten:

10. Carrie

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9. An American Werewolf In London

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8. Poltergeist

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7. Halloween

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6. The Thing

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5. A Nightmare On Elm Street (whole series but the first movie obviously the best by far)

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4. Psycho

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3. The Omen

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2. The Shining

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1. Dawn Of The Dead, Night Of The Living Dead, Day Of The Dead (I love Romero)

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Honorable Mentions:

Rosemary’s Baby
Don’t Look Now
28 Days Later
Let The Right One In
The Orphanage
Slither
April Fool’s Day
Friday The 13th (first two)
Child’s Play (first three)
The Descent
The Changeling
Fright Night (original)
The Lost Boys (if I was honest this would be top ten but I see it as more of a teen movie)
Night Of The Comet
Chopping Mall (yep)
It
Pet Sematary (screw it – most every movie based on a Stephen King story)
Society
The Birds