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  1. Horror that gives you an story's icon

    Horror that gives you an story

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. In an genre full of splatter, low budget and cheap tricks, its hard to find an watchable story. These are my favorites.
  2. Horror-Movies.ca's 10 Australian Horror Films You Can’t Miss's icon

    Horror-Movies.ca's 10 Australian Horror Films You Can’t Miss

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0.
  3. Horror-Movies.ca's 15 Best New Horror Movies (poll)'s icon

    Horror-Movies.ca's 15 Best New Horror Movies (poll)

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0.
  4. Horror-Movies.ca's 20 Best Vampire Movies (poll)'s icon

    Horror-Movies.ca's 20 Best Vampire Movies (poll)

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0.
  5. Horror-Movies.ca's The Best Horror Movies of 2013 (poll)'s icon

    Horror-Movies.ca's The Best Horror Movies of 2013 (poll)

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0.
  6. Horror-Movies.ca's Top 25 Horror Movies of 2009 The Definitive List's icon

    Horror-Movies.ca's Top 25 Horror Movies of 2009 The Definitive List

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0.
  7. Horror.media's The 50 Best Action Horror Movies, Ranked (2017)'s icon

    Horror.media's The 50 Best Action Horror Movies, Ranked (2017)

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. Ranked list, compiled by Tyler Callaway. [quote]I want to present everyone with a fun list that is full of great movies that really can be a great change of pace from watching Friday the 13th or Poltergeist. While those are both great films, they can get old after a while. This Halloween could be much more action filled. The action-horror genre is one that has not been getting much attention in recent years, but with the recent success of films like Don't Breathe and The Purge franchise, maybe we will start to see a trend. There are still plenty of action and gore filled horrors to make a huge list for them though, and that's what i'm going to do.[/quote]
  8. Horrorshow Hot Dog assignments's icon

    Horrorshow Hot Dog assignments

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. All films discussed in the Horrorshow Hot Dog podcast.
  9. Horrorshows's icon

    Horrorshows

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. A list compiled from the entries in Gene Wright's 1986 book, Horrorshows: An A-to-Z of Horror in Film, Radio and Theater. The entries below are found in the following chapters: Crazies and Freaks: 1-70 Mad Scientists: 71-155 Monsters: 156-224 Cataclysmic Disasters: 225-271 Ghouls: 272-285 Ghosts, Demons and Witches: 286-363 Vampires: 364-439 Mummies: 440-453 Werewolves and Other Shape-Shifters: 454-494 Zombies: 495-524 Splatter: 525-549 Anthologies: 550-565 Television and radio programs are also showcased, along with theatrical productions. Those warranting their own entries in the volume are given below: Television: The Addams Family (1964-1966) Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955-1965) [includes The Alfred Hitchcock Hour] Circle of Fear (1973) [renamed from Ghost Story] Dark Shadows (1966-1971) The Evil Touch (1973-1974) Ghost Story (1972) [renamed to Circle of Fear] King Kong (1966-1969) Kolchak: the Night Stalker (1974-1975) Lights Out (1949-1952) The Monster Squad (1976-1977) Mr. and Mrs. Dracula (1980) The Munsters (1964-1966) Night Gallery (1970-1973) One Step Beyond (1959-1961) The Outer Limits (1963-1965) The Sixth Sense (1972) Struck By Lightning (1979) Suspense (1949-1954) Tales of the unexpected (1977) Tales of Tomorrow (1951-1953) Thriller (1960-1962) The Twilight Zone (1959-1964) Radio: Escape (1947-1954) Everyman's Theater (1940-1941) The Hermit's Cave (1930-1944) I Love a Mystery (1939-1944) Inner Sanctum Mystery (1941-1952) Lights Out (1934-1947) The Mercury Theatre on the Air (1938) The Mysterious Traveler (1943-1952) Peter Quill (1940-1941) The Shadow (1931-1954) Stay Tuned for Terror (1944-1945?) The Strange Dr. Weird (1944-1945) Superstition (1943-1946) Suspense (1942-1962) Theatrical Productions: Carmilla (1976) Dracula (1924) Frankenstein (1981) Television Episodes Frankenstein (Wide World of Mystery season 1, episodes 2 & 3, January 16-17, 1973) Night Gallery (Pilot episode, November 8, 1969)
  10. Horrorshows Secondary Films's icon

    Horrorshows Secondary Films

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. A list compiled from the entries in Gene Wright's 1986 book, Horrorshows: An A-to-Z of Horror in Film, Radio and Theater. This list covers the horror or horror-related titles that do not merit an entry of their own, but which are mentioned either within the descriptions of other entries or chapter introductions. Movies listed as thrillers, mystery or sci-fi are included, whether or not they're generally classified as horror, as are comedic spoofs of popular horror themes. Television and radio programs are also showcased, along with theatrical productions. Those mentioned but not warranting their own entry are listed below: Television: The Addams Family (1972-1973) Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985-1986) Amazing Stories (1985-1987) Climax! (1954-1958) The Godzilla Power Hour (1978-1979) The Invaders (1967-1968) The Invisible Man (1958-1959) The Invisible Man (1975-1976) Science Fiction Theater (1955-1957) Suspense (1964) The Twilight Zone (1985-1989) Way Out (1961) Radio: The Avenger (1941-1942) Latitude Zero (1941) Tales of Tomorrow (1953) The Witch's Tale (1931-1938) Theatrical Productions: The Anatomist (1931) Dracula (1940) Dracula (1951) Dracula (1977) The Golem (1984) The Innocents (1950) Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1979) They Came From Denton High (1973)
  11. House of Psychotic Women: Compendium of Female Neurosis's icon

    House of Psychotic Women: Compendium of Female Neurosis

    Favs/dislikes: 11:0. Every film listed in the appendix of Kier-La Janisse's 2012 memoir "House of Psychotic Women." From the book: "[…]while by no means comprehensive, this appendix is a cross-section of horror and violent exploitation films that feature disturbed or neurotic women as primary or pivotal characters […] Admittedly some films stretch genre definitions, and others fall completely outside of the centre but are nonetheless important progenitors for genre characterizations."
  12. iCheckMovies' Most Favorite Horror Films's icon

    iCheckMovies' Most Favorite Horror Films

    Favs/dislikes: 30:0. These are iCheckMovies' favorite horror films, calculated using this formula: favorites / (checks+75) This list includes horror shorts. I used IMDb to determine which films are horror, so there might be some strange inclusions and omissions. Last updated: October 5, 2012
  13. iCM Forum's Highest Rated Horror Movies's icon

    iCM Forum's Highest Rated Horror Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 28:0. This is all the films with 2 or more votes, ranked in order of average rating (ties sorted chronologically and there are lots of 'em).
  14. iCM Forum's Top 250 Favourite Horror Films's icon

    iCM Forum's Top 250 Favourite Horror Films

    Favs/dislikes: 66:0. As voted by the iCM forum. All nominated films can be found [url=https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/horror+noms+2017/mightysparks/]here[/url].
  15. IGN's Top 25 Horror Movies of All-Time's icon

    IGN's Top 25 Horror Movies of All-Time

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0.
  16. J-Horror: An Alternative Guide's icon

    J-Horror: An Alternative Guide

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. There's a lot more to Japanese horror than the vengeful, lank-haired spook-girls of Ring, Ju-on and their legion of imitators. Sure, the West may have only recently woken up to its charms, but J-horror has been around for a mighty long time. The first Japanese novel, The Tale of Genji – now nearly a millennium old – is positively packed with ghosts and gruesome revenge. Noh and Kabuki are some of the most haunted theatrical traditions on Earth, and Edo period playwrights were constantly fighting to outdo one another in the gore, murder and supernatural vengeance stakes. Pretty much as soon as the first motion picture camera came off the boat here, someone picked it up and started making horror movies. Jizo the Spook [Bake Jizo] and Resurrection of a Corpse [Shinin no Sosei], both filmed in 1898, predate Nosferatu (1922) by decades. Since then, Japanese horror has come to us in a number of guises: sometimes grotesque, sometimes scary, sometimes erotic, funny or even beautiful. Let's take a look at a few examples...
  17. James Wan Filmography's icon

    James Wan Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. A list of all feature films directed, produced and/or written by James Wan.
  18. Jean Rollin Filmography's icon

    Jean Rollin Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 9:0. The filmography of French film-maker Jean Rollin. Includes only complete films released under his own name
  19. Joe Dante Filmography's icon

    Joe Dante Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. All feature films directed by Joe Dante. Shorts, TV-episodes and documentaries are not included.
  20. Killer Sharks's icon

    Killer Sharks

    Favs/dislikes: 10:0. Wikipedia's list of killer shark movies
  21. KinoKontrovers's icon

    KinoKontrovers

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0.
  22. LatestMovieLists' Top 100 Horror Movies of All Time's icon

    LatestMovieLists' Top 100 Horror Movies of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. "A year and a half ago I put a Top 100 Horror Movies of All Time list right before I embarked on a mission to watch a horror and review a horror film every day for a year. I met that insane goal and have eyed a revamp of my original list for quite sometime now. In doing that, I decided to up it to a top 100 horror movies."
  23. List of Monster Films's icon

    List of Monster Films

    Favs/dislikes: 25:0. A list of films which include monsters as the main plot, these films include such creatures as extraterrestrial aliens, giant animals, Kaiju (the Japanese counterpart of giant animals, but they can also be machines and plants), mutants, supernatural creatures, or creatures from folklore, such as Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster. These movies usually fall into the science fiction, fantasy and/or horror genres. May not include all films which feature monsters as some are lost or just to obscure to be known. Listed in alphabetical order.
  24. Martin Scorsese's 11 Scariest Horror Movies of All Time's icon

    Martin Scorsese's 11 Scariest Horror Movies of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 20:0.
  25. Mick Garris Filmography's icon

    Mick Garris Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. Feature movies and mini-series directed by Mick Garris.
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