Top 5 Favorite Horror Films

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The Babadook, Psycho, It Follows, The Shining, The Blair Witch Project.

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1) Alien
2) The Shining
3) The Thing

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Don't know about top 5 but The House of the Devil is one my favourites. Very underrated.

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Has anyone seen 'The Devils' by Ken Russell? From what I've heard it sounds pretty crazy.

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I honestly need like a list of 50 at least. And I find it hard to pick and choose Lynch films. I went with his two scariest, but nearly all his films are def my top favorite horror films. and my ranking went to shit after #3. The rest are in no order I guess.

1. Halloween (1978)
2. Dawn of The Dead (1978)
3. Lucio Fulci's The Beyond (1981)
4. The Burning (1981)
5. Inland Empire (2006)
6. The Devils Rejects (2005)
7. Session 9
8. Antichrist
9. Black Swan
10. Sleepaway Camp

11. 28 Days Later
12. The Vanishing (spoorloos)
13. Evil Dead II
14. Return of the Living Dead
15.Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
16. Rob Zombie's Halloween 2
17. Jacobs Ladder
18. Suspria
19. Videodrome
20. Martyrs

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How could I forget The Devil's Rejects?

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Echovoid_52 wrote:I honestly need like a list of 50 at least. And I find it hard to pick and choose Lynch films. I went with his two scariest, but nearly all his films are def my top favorite horror films. and my ranking went to shit after #3. The rest are in no order I guess.

1. Halloween (1978)
2. Dawn of The Dead (1978)
3. Lucio Fulci's The Beyond (1981)
4. The Burning (1981)
5. Inland Empire (2006)
6. The Devils Rejects (2005)
7. Session 9
8. Antichrist
9. Black Swan
10. Sleepaway Camp

11. 28 Days Later
12. The Vanishing (spoorloos)
13. Evil Dead II
14. Return of the Living Dead
15.Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
16. Rob Zombie's Halloween 2
17. Jacobs Ladder
18. Suspria
19. Videodrome
20. Martyrs
You have a great taste man.

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m4st4 wrote:
You have a great taste man.
Haha thanks dude. I try to mix it up a bit. I like my art-house and I like my 80's exploitation slasher sleaze lol.

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1. The Exorcist
2. Alien
3. The Thing
4. The Conjuring
5. The Shining
6. Halloween
7. A Nightmare On Elm Street
8. 28 Days Later
9. An American Werewolf in London
10. A Cabin in the Woods
11. Sinister
12. Poltergeist
13. Evil Dead (old and new)
14. The Babadook
15. Insidious

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1. THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE
| TOBE HOOPER, 1974 |

2. THE INNOCENTS
| JACK CLAYTON, 1961 |

3. THE SHINING
| STANLEY KUBRICK, 1980 |

4. PSYCHO
| ALFRED HITCHCOCK, 1960 |

5. NOSFERATU
| F. W. MURNAU, 1922 |

6. JAWS
| STEVEN SPIELBERG, 1975 |

7. HALLOWEEN
| JOHN CARPENTER, 1978 |

8. ALIEN
| RIDLEY SCOTT, 1979 |

9. SCREAM
| WES CRAVEN, 1996 |

10. THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS
| JONATHAN DEMME, 1991 |

WARNING: Pure horror fanatics might find this list a little tame.

I'm yet to enter the Asian market of horror. I'm just scared to put one on in fear of being traumatized.

I've heard of a film called 'Audition'. Supposedly, it's this great horror film with an insane discovery.

I'm intrigued but it might be too fucked up for me. Another one I see mentioned is 'I Saw the Devil'.

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