Top 50 Horror Films (30-26)

peeping-tom-karlheinz30. PEEPING TOM15_-Don-t-Look-Now_imagelarge29. DON’T LOOK NOWHeart of Summer28. PAN’S LABYRINTHsuspiria-Technicolor27. SUSPIRIAevildead2_ab_fs_us526. EVIL DEAD II: DEAD BY DAWN

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10 Responses

  1. Ben says:

    I really wish you guys would roll these out ten at a time. This seems like too much of a tease. That said, I’m digging these choices, and I’m actually surprised how many I’ve seen.

    • Battleship Pretension says:

      Well, it sounds like you’re not going to be thrilled with the rest of the rollout, then. Starting tomorrow, we’ll only be showing three per day. Admittedly, each one will have an accompanying blurb by one of our writers, but, yes, you’ll have to wait until Halloween to find out our #1.

  2. Hudsucker says:

    I really need to catch up with Peeping Tom.

  3. Seth H. says:

    I don’t really consider Pan’s Labyrinth a horror movie, otherwise it would have been quite high on my list. That said, happy to see that other people counted it.

  4. Davide says:

    Suspiria! Wow, I didn’t expect my picks to be so popular 🙂

  5. andyluvsfilms says:

    hmmm not even heard of SUSPIRIA or Peeping Tom.

  6. Dayne Linford says:

    These lists are always frustrating, mostly cause I forget movies or haven’t seen them. How could I forget Don’t Look Now? Sigh. Suspiria is great, and I didn’t include Pan’s Labyrinth because I think of that one more as historical fantasy. Unlike Devil’s Backbone, I think Pan’s Labyrinth is too far into the fantastical realm to be considered horror, though it certainly has many elements of the genre, and that Pale Man scene is ridiculously scary. Eh, for Evil Dead movies. I still haven’t moved past the first which left a bad taste in my mouth.

    • Philip says:

      You should absolutely check out Evil Dead II then. Tonally it’s COMPLETELY different from the first one. ED2 has a sense of humor and almost works more as a comedy than a horror movie

  7. Caleb says:

    Suspiria is a top ten for me, but I’m glad it’s here. watched it again in 35mm a couple months ago, the soundtrack was deafening! Great experience.

  8. Jake says:

    Having just seen DON’T LOOK NOW for the first time last night, I’m happy to see it on the list but I think it belongs much higher. Certainly would have been in my ten if I had seen it in time.

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