Dog Soldiers - Bark, Bite AND Blades.
89. Dog Soilders (2002, Written and Directed by Neil Marshall)
88. Return of the Living Dead (1985, Written & Directed by Dan O'Bannon)
87. The Beyond (1981, Directed by Lucio Fulci)
86. Pet Semetary (1989, Directed by Mary Lambert)
85. Nosefartu (1922, Directed by F.W. Murnau)
This tragic Wolf Man, apparantly, climbs trees.
Lots of classic creatures showing up with Werewolves, Vampires, zombies and aliens making up this section of the 100 Top Horror Movies List. The technology behind the creatures has improved over time, but somehow there is nothing more scary or tragic than Lon Chaney from 1941.
83. The Mummy (1932, Directed by Karl Freund)
82. Darkness Falls(2003, Directed by Jonathan Liebesman)
Rose McGowan has got a Killer Right Kick
Grindhouse created a 1970s B-movie experience complete with previews of films to come and cheesy pleas to hit the concessions stand. Unfortunately the experience is not duplicated in the DVD release which separated the two features. Oh, and before you complain about Darkness Falls is on the 100 Top Horror Movies list for 2009,
81. Grindhouse (2007, Directed by Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez)
80. Seven (1995, Directed by David Fincher)
78. Don't Look Now (1973, Directed by Nocolas Roeg)
77. Videodrome (1983, Written and Directed by David Cronenberg)
This Tube from Event Horizon Looks Like a Commercial Haunted House
76. Event Horizon (1997, Directed by Paul Anderson)
75. The Stepford Wives (1975, Directed by Bryan Forbes)
74. Puppet Master (1989, Directed by David Schmoeller)
73. The Birds (1963, Directed by Alfred Hitchcock)
72. Hostel (2005, Directed by Eli Roth)
Bruce Campbell is VERY happy to have made the list.
2009 is the first year that Army of Darkness has been included in the 100 Top Horror Movies list from my personal list
71.Army Of Darkness (1992, Directed by Sam Raimi)