69. From Beyond (1986, Directed by Stuart Gordon)
68. Poltergeist (1982, Directed by Tobe Hooper)
The Quartermass Experiment Began the Hammer Horror Rein
67. The Quartermass Xperiment (1955, Directed by Val Guest)
66. Re-Animator (1985, Directed by Stuart Gordon)
65. Amityville Horrror (1979, Directed by Stuart Rosenberg)
64. Horror of Dracula (1958, Directed by Terrence Fisher)
This Chick from Jacob's Ladder is a Freak...
There are a couple of Hammer Horror entries to the 100 Top Horror Movies list here, The Quartermass Xperiment and Horror of Dracula, both of which helped to revitalize horror after Universal started to fade from memory. We are also seeing the original Amityville Horror, the one with Margot Kidder, please.
63. Jacobs' Ladder (1990, Directed by Adrian Lyne)
62. Tenebrae (1982, Written and Directed by Dario Argento)
61. Altered States (1980, Directed by Ken Russell)
60. The Invisible Man (1933, Directed by James Whale)
59. Dawn Of The Dead (2004, Directed by Zack Snyder)
The Host Creature will Ruin Your Picnic
58. The Host (2006, Directed by Joon-ho Bong)
57. The Omen (1976, Directed by Richard Donner)
56. The Legend of Hell House (1973, Directed by John Hough)
55. Phantasm (1979, Directed by Don Coscarelli)
This latest batch includes Classic, remake, mass-market studio, Korean and low-budget horror. This list of ther 100 Top Horror Movies crosses boundaries from slimy monsters running across the town square to technology meant to whipe the haunting from a house.
In The Wicker Man, Chicks Rule
54. The Wicker Man (1973, Directed by Robin Hardy)
53. Feast (2005)
52. Saw 2 (2005, Written and Directed by James Wan)
51. Village of the Damned
50. Halloween 2 (1981, Directed by Rick Rosenthal)
49. Misery (1990, Directed by Rob Reiner)
48. The Mist (2007, Directed by Frank Darabont)
47. A Tale of Two Sisters (2003, Written and Directed by Ji-woon Kim)
46. Rosmary's Baby (1968, Directed by Roman Polanski)
45. Cemetary Man (1985, Written and Directed by George A. Romero)
44. Day Of The Dead (1994, Directed by Michele Soavil)
43. High Tension (2005, Directed by Alexandre Aja)
The Top 50 Horror Movies is in full force with Misery (complete with hobbling), one of the newest Stephen King adaptations The Mist and J-Horror's A Tale of Two Sisters (English-language remake coming). Village of the Damned and Cemetary Man are more on the quirky side, High Tension is a psycho-ride and the classic Bride of Frankenstein sends Movie-Goers screaming in her day.
The Bride HATES Blind Dates. I see why...
42. Bride of Frankenstein (1935, Directed by James Whale)
41. The Curse of Frankenstein (1957, Directed by Terence Fisher)
40. Ginger Snaps (2000, Directed by John Fawcett)