It’s been far too long since I revisited my task of listing the 90 horror films that every fan should see! I probably deserve to get a talking to from He Who Walks Behind the Rows – hint, hint. Without any further ado, here is the 31 – 40 of the movies every horror fan should see.
As a complete horror fiend, I look forward to this time of year when short – and effectively disturbing – scary stories are shared over social media channels for all to read. This year I have come across a few shining gems and have been inspired to try my own hand at telling some spooky tales. For best results, be sure to read before bedtime. Enjoy! Continue reading
Happy Birthday to the English Author, Director, Producer, Artist and Video Game Designer of Fantasy and Horror!
Something “TBA” near the bottom of the filmography looks very exciting…
Happy Birthday to the American Gothic Fiction Author who brought is the world of The Vampire Chronicles, The Lives of the Mayfair Witches, The Wolf Gift Chronicles and so much more!
Happy Birthday to the Horror and Science Fiction Author & Master who’s accomplishments in literature have been so extensive that we’ve decided to list his many awards, rather than his entire catalog of work.
1978 – 1980 marked 3 years of horror filmmaking that made a serious impact on the history of the genre. During that time we saw the beginnings of slasher film legends, Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees (and of course Jason’s mother, Pamela), some truly terrifyingly haunted houses and one infamous hotel, a vicious extra terrestrial, a legion of vengeful vampires and a zombie fighting a shark – yes, a zombie, fighting a shark. Finally, let’s not forget what is probably one of the most controversially gory and violent horror films of all time, featuring Amazonian cannibals. Here are 21 through 30 of the 90 films every horror fan should see.
Happy Birthday to the Italian Director, Producer & Screenwriter and many thanks for his unforgettable contributions to the horror film genre!
American Horror Story: Freak Show Poster
When I was old enough to go to movies alone, I got to see ‘Frankenstein’ and ‘Dracula’ on the big screen. I just fell in love with them.
- George A. Romero
Moving on from Frankenstein, Dracula, a couple of Hitchcock’s greatest works and Night of the Living Dead, we enter into the seventies and see some more of George A. Romero’s unforgettable films. Who better to quote here? It’s clear that George Romero will be dominating this list along with a small few other major players in the horror film genre.
On with 11 through 20: