100%, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari) (1920), 50. 3.
97%, Psycho (1960), 86. 4. 97%, Nosferatu, a Symphony of Horror (Nosferatu,
eine Symphonie des Grauens) (Nosferatu the Vampire) (1922), 62. 5. 98%, King
Kong (1933), 56. 6. 100%, Repulsion (1965), 60. 7. 100%, The Bride of
When I was asked to put together a ranked list of the 50 best horror movies of all
time, I thought it would be a fun project. And then I collated about 150 titles, tried
to whittle that list down to 50, and nearly went insane at least three times. Then I
had a few anxiety attacks after realizing how many people would call me a moron
I like most horror movies. Hell, I like most movies that are only tangentially horror
movies. (I'm looking at you, Resident Evil and Underworld sequels.) But there's a
big difference between a goofy 92-minute distraction and a legitimately
impressive horror film. I don't think I'll ever revisit Underworld 5 again -- or even
discuss it ...
Dec 7, 2017 ... Could any horror film of the past 12 months compete, scare-wise, with the terrors
that lurked outside your front door, or that greeted you daily in your news feeds
and TweetDecks? In terms of nightmares, 2017 often felt like a waking one,
complete with an endless supply of monsters and predators, and no ...
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