This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.
The filmography of movies based on the many works from the author Stephen King. All features films, including mini TV series and TV series. No shorts.
There is another list based on Stephen King's works here on iCheckmovies. But that list is so incomplete so it was useless for a collector like me.
This is a massive list of slasher movies that I will keep updating. If you're not into slasher movies or don't know what it is, I recommend you to watch "Going to Pieces" it's a great documentary about the slasher genre.
(Feel free to leave a comment if you find anything I've missed)
Warning: These are the top 100 sickest, cruelest, most violent, gruesome, upsetting and sadistic films ever made! They contain torture, snuff, rape, animal cruelty, baby killing, genital mutilation and much more! You have been warned!
Although none of these films are real like Traces of Death, they are still very realistic and may in fact contain real footage that may be traumatizing, (Seed, Snuff 102, I'm looking at you guys!) Please watch with caution!
(Not complete yet. Some entries seem to be missing from IMDB).
A viewer's guide to accompany the book of the same name by Patrick Galloway. The list features every title reviewed in the book, in the order in which they appear.
Please note: Because Galloway includes a review of the American remake of Ringu, I have included it on the list, even though it is obviously not an Asian movie.
The personal choices of Tim Wambolt for the goriest movies ever made, as seen on the now-defunct Running with Scissors website. Tim Wambolt's current lists are found on his website at [url=http://www.goryvideogames.com/]http://www.goryvideogames.com/[/url], but this list is currently based on the original Running with Scissors list which included hundreds of honorable mentions.
The list is ordered by amount of gore, and everything after 97 should only be considered an "honorable mention".
This list is currently incomplete due to IMDb not having listings for some of the short films and more obscure titles.
76 Chunk Blower
81 A Thousand and One Nights
89 Meatday (aka Vleesdag)
114 Vadias Do Sexo Sangrento
175 Chainsaw Scumfuck
228 El Trivial Exterminador 2
256 Girl and the Wooden Horse Torture
274 Splattenstein Death Camp
288 El Trivial Exterminador
360 Photomation: The Avenger
398 Samhain: Night Feast
In 2004, Bravo presented “The 100 Scariest Movie Moments”, celebrating the best in cinematic horrors and thrills. They expanded their original list with “30 Even Scarier Movie Moments” in 2006 and “13 Scariest Movie Moments” in 2009. All 143 movies are listed here.
Hammer Film Productions was founded in 1934. It is based in the United Kingdom and is famous for its series of gothic horror films made from the mid-1950s to the mid-1970s. Its films fell out of favour when the horror genre changed in the late 1970s. In the 1980s it produced the television series "The Hammer House of Horror".
The following is a chronological list of their horror films.
Vincent Leonard Price, Jr. (May 27, 1911 – October 25, 1993) was an American actor, well known for his distinctive voice and serio-comic attitude in a series of horror films made in the latter part of his career.
Doesn't include: cameos, shorts, tv-series, tv-movies or movies with only his voice (which are not few)
All titles mentioned in the book by Glenn Kay.
1930s - 1-6
1940s - 7-16
1950s - 17-25
1960s - 26-45
1970s - 46-87
1980s - 88-199
1990s - 200-261
2000s - 262-364
Zombieless Zombie Movies: 365-393
Not on IMDb:
Requiem der Teufel (1993)
Sex, Chocolate, and Zombie Republicans (1998)
His personal favourites are here: [url]http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/zombie+movies+the+ultimate+guide+-+the+best+zombie+movies/mightysparks/[/url]
This list contains all movies mentioned in Kim Newman's "Nightmare Movies: Horror on Screen Since the 1960s"; an encycopaedic critical reference guide to modern horror, taking Night of the Living Dead (1968) as its starting point, and continuing to the publication date of the second edition in 2011. While chiefly concerned with the evolution of the horror film, the book will occasionally mention non-horror to compare and contrast.
#1-119: Chapter 1 - Shoot 'Em in the Head! or The Birth of the Hate Generation
#120-273: Chapter 2 - The Indian Summer of the British Horror Film
#274-396: Chapter 3 - The Changing Face of Classical Gothic:
#397-563: Chapter 4 - Devil Movies or: "If the mousse tastes chalky, don't eat it."
#564-687: Chapter 5 - Deep in the Heart of Texas or: The Down-Home, Up-Country, Multi-Implement Massacre Movie
#688-1245: Chapter 6 - Paranoia Paradise or: Five Things to Worry About
#1246-1460: Chapter 7 - Tales of Ordinary Madness or: The Close-Up Crazies
#1461-1595: Chapter 8 - Auteurs
#1596-1764: Chapter 9 - The Weirdo Horror Film or: Cult, Kitsch, Camp, Sick, Punk and Pornography
#1765-1889: Chapter 10 - Psycho Movies or: "I didn't Raise my Girl to be a Severed Head"
#1890-1977: Chapter 11 - Ghost Stories
#1978-2162: Chapter 12 - Return to the past
#2163-2331: Chapter 13 - Cannibal Zombie Gut-Crunchers - Italian Style!
#2332-2398: Chapter 14 - Fun with the Living Dead
#2399-2428: Postscript: The Post-Modern Horror Film
#2429-2723: Chapter 2.1 - The Lecter Variations
#2724-3133: Chapter 2.2 - Vampires and Other Stereotypes
#3134-3604: Chapter 2.3 - Scream and Scream Again: Franchises, Post-Modernism, Remakes
#3605-3973: Chapter 2.4 - At First Just Ghostly
#3974-4151: Chapter 2.5 - Virtual Realities and Imaginary Friends
#4152-4351: Chapter 2.6 - Why Are Your Doing This to Me?
#4352-4439: Chapter 2.7 - More Auteurs
#4440-4720: Chapter 2.8 - Zombie Apocalypse Now!
#4721-4725: Postscript: There will still be blood
As some people are aware, horror is the greatest genre ever and there is literally nothing better than a good horror film. It is, however, extremely under-appreciated and that means a lot of sifting to find the awesome stuff.
So, this is my personal list of the 'best' horror films that I've seen. This mostly consists of personal favourites, but also others which I didn't LOVE, but are good examples of what I like about horror, offer something to the genre or that I just think are kinda cool (mostly the latter). I've not included anything that I don't like at all though, so there may be some glaringly obvious omissions, but it's probably on purpose.
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
Pink film (ピンク映画 Pinku eiga or Pink eiga?) is a style of Japanese softcore pornographic theatrical film. Films of this genre first appeared in the early 1960s, and dominated the Japanese domestic cinema from the mid-1960s through the mid-1980s. In the 1960s, the pink films were largely the product of small, independent studios. In the 1970s, some of Japan’s major studios, facing the loss of their theatrical audience, took over the pink film. With their access to higher production-values and talent, some of these films became critical and popular successes. Though the appearance of the AV (adult video) took away most of the pink film audience in the 1980s, films in this genre are still being produced.”—Wikipedia
List created by Erdiawan Putra