IMDb users pick top 10 horror movies of all time
Instead of the typical horror staples like Baby, Nightmare on Elm Street or the list is populated with unexpected entries like 2009 (No.
6), 2007 Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (No. 10) and 2004 of the Dead (No. 3).The list does include more oft mentioned frightening fare, like 1960 (No. 4) and 1973 Exorcist (No. 8). Jack Nicholson 1980 creep fest Shining landed at No. 1, which we can agree with.Coming in second place to Shining was Ridley Scott 1979 classic, and recently popular horror themes like found footage and torture are also represented with (No. 5) and (No. 7).When we talking top 10 horror movies ever, we not sure if we would had such a wide ranging list. For our top five picks on scary movies, we kept it old school with Shining, Exorcist, Silence of the Lambs and Fear. about you do you think the user generated list was really outside the box, or do you agree? What horror movies would make your top 10 of all time?1. It moves slow, but the great scenes are great)2. The Exorcist (First really terryifying possession movie)3. Night of the Living Dead (First modern zombie movie)7. Halloween (first modern slasher movie)8. Evil Dead II (A redo of Evil Dead with a budget)9. Poltergeist (Changed ghosts from B movie fare into something really creepy)November 2, 2012 at 7:19 am you nailed it. that the problem always with of lists in all entertainment. The reviewers seem to think music and film started around 1982, and before that, it was just silent pandora charms online sale films, I Love Lucy and Bach in the entertainment world.NME magazine, which is a large very influential music magazine, recently had a list of the most influential English musicians. In the top 5 was the singer of the Arctic Monkeys. Who, you ask? exactly. And missing from the list were Elton John, McCartney and about 200 other people who are more influential than the Arctic Monkeys. Case in pointNovember 1, 2012 at 2:37 pm While I know it is not technically a movie in the sense that it wasn played in the theatre, the TV movie/series IT scared the living daylights out of me even though the ending was crap. That Clown is freaky! Also the original Poltergeist movie seems kinda corny today, it certainly freaked me out when it first came out. Anytime I would find the TV still on in the living room with just snow it definitely creaped me out. I also was scared to death of the clown under pandora gift charm the bed as well. Oh and the movie Ring was pretty scary.November 1, 2012 at 9:30 am Grouping movies is useful when talking about them in general terms like this or making lists. Of course many of them don fit neatly into a genre. I always pandora sale uk find it funny when people get bent out of shape over supposedly misapplied genre names. Who cares? It means people like of the Dead. I guessing 99.9% of them get that it a comedy, but since it spoofs horror, it also kinda horror. Same for the films. Sci fi: yes. Horror: yes. Action: yes. Reason to get exasperated: no.Interesting there has been no mention of Candyman. Also I only see Poltergeist in the comments once. This was the first horror movie I ever saw and to this day I will not eat a fried chicken leg (maggots). I also am not a big fan of clowns solely because of this movie (remember the toy clown dragging the little boy under the bed?!!!). The Blair Witch Project is the only movie I have ever seen as an adult that truly freaked me out.
Part of this is because I am from Maryland I and I have been to Burketsville (yes, it does look like that). The other reason is because I saw it a few days before having to complete Combat Survival Training in the pandora jewelry new collection military (8 straight days in the woods). The instructors made rock circles and hung weird stick figures everywhere.
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