#1
What are some of the classic horror movies everyone needs to watch?
Even other genres of movies.
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Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2, Army Of Darkness

The Thing.


THE THING....Got to be watched
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The Exorcist
The Thing
The Woman In Black (probably the spookiest movie i've ever seen. for its time it was a huge mind ****, not many people have seen it, so if you have... e-cookie)
#8
Care Bears the movie is quite possibly the scariest film of all time.



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#9
Them and Tarantula. Wicker Man, Invisible Man, Eraserhead.. Freaks, etc etc.
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Evil Dead Trilogy
The Thing
Eraserhead
The Exorsist(1973)
Halloween(1978)
Night of the living dead
Dawn of the dead(1978)
The Shining
nightmare on elms street
friday the 13th(1980)

and you could call Jaws, Alien and Texas Massacre classics.
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An absolute must see, whether we're talking about horror or just movies in general.
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#17
On the lighter side...

Monty Python & the Holy Grail/Life of Brian/Meaning of Life

Just watched these and I found myself greatly amused. British humor is Superior by far.
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Alien.

Aliens.
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#19
Shining
Exorcist
Nightmare on Elm Street
Cannibal Holocaust
Halloween
George Romero's ____ of the Dead films
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recent but, is probably going to be a classic in the future. To me its a must watch if you're a horror movie enthusiast:

THE DESCENT
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recent but, is probably going to be a classic in the future. To me its a must watch if you're a horror movie enthusiast:

THE DESCENT


That film is loved by many horror film-critics, but i didn't like it, theres a sequel is there not?

Modern horrors that will be classics i'd reccomed [REC], Session 9 and a number of Japanese horror films.

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Cannibal Holocaust


How could i forget the br00tal one.
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That film is loved by many horror film-critics, but i didn't like it, theres a sequel is there not?

Modern horrors that will be classics i'd reccomed [REC], Session 9 and a number of Japanese horror films.


How could i forget the br00tal one.

yea, my uncle's friend saw Audition, and I've heard he had to go to multiple therapy sessions ever since.
#25
Cannibal Holocaust is the spinal tap super shred in drop Z death metal of horror movies.
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