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what is the top 5 horror movies???

  1. marcus1305 profile image52
    marcus1305posted 8 years ago

    what is the top 5 horror movies???

    i know one of them is nightmare on elm st (2010)

  2. bonnebartron profile image75
    bonnebartronposted 8 years ago

    1) Army of Darkness
    2) Evil Dead
    3) Rob Zombie's Halloween
    4) Dawn of the Dead
    5) Feast

  3. daisyf1305 profile image75
    daisyf1305posted 8 years ago

    the exorcist very scary,
    antimiville,
    a haunting in conneticut,
    the ring
    hell raiser

  4. lilv593 profile image50
    lilv593posted 8 years ago

    1. Friday the 13th
    2. Dawn of the Dead
    3. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    4.Poltergeist
    5. The Amityville Horror

  5. profile image48
    welshbardposted 8 years ago

    In No particular Order.

    Bride Of Frankenstein-The rare sequel that's better than the original.

    Daughter Of Dracula-Ditto

    Horror Of Dracula-The Movie that put Christopher Lee in the cape.  Need I say more?

    Poltergeist-This movie has one "Yeeeagh!" moment after the other.

    The Thing (From Another World), original Howard Hawks version-I know this one is scary because it scared my combat veteren father who hated horror movies.  And works by invoking fear subtly, keeping the monster out of sight most of the picture.

  6. profile image0
    MrMidNightposted 8 years ago

    The Collector

    Hellraiser No. 1

    Aliens

    Phastasm

    Phastasm 2

  7. profile image51
    pooritboyposted 8 years ago

    The ring

    The audition

    Tale of two sisters

    Cure

    Evil Dead

  8. Glimmer515 profile image71
    Glimmer515posted 8 years ago

    Aliens
    Exorcist
    The Thing
    The Shining
    Nightmare on Elm St.

  9. Fullerman5000 profile image63
    Fullerman5000posted 7 years ago

    Well, for me it would be movies that i feel scared me the most the first time i saw them. I love the fact they re-made a lot of the classic horror films. My list would be:
    1. Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    2. It
    3. Halloween Rob Zombie's version
    4. Exorcist
    5. Friday the 13th the new one
    i have yet to see the new nightmare on elm street.

  10. Jaynie2000 profile image91
    Jaynie2000posted 7 years ago

    The Exorcist
    The Ring
    The Others
    Identity
    Psycho

  11. gmwilliams profile image84
    gmwilliamsposted 3 years ago

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    The FIVE TOP horror movies are:
    (1) Black Sunday (1960) by Mario Bava.  It is an Italian gothic movie which played in the United States.  It has become a classic from which many horror movies both past & present borrowed many themes from. 

    (2) The Exorcist (1973).  This movie put the HORROR in horror.  With the exception of Black Sunday, there was no movie more scary, horrific, nor totally Unnerving.  This was one HELL of a movie if you catch the drift.

    (3) Rosemary's Baby (1968).  This movie combined sophistication & horror.  Oh what occurences in the Bram Apartments.  One NEVER knows about one's neighbors, ummm.... This movie really scared THE DEVIL out of some people.........This movie brought HORROR to a level of ULTIMATE...CHIC.

    (4)The Omen (1976).  When this movie came out, it scared so many people back to religion.  Many people saw this movie as a harbinger of what pure evil ......IS.  It was horror but so real to some people.  Is the devil..........real, ummm..............

    (5) Psycho (1960).  Well, what shall we say about the movie.  A mama's boy with a penchant for murder.  The shower scene is quite enough to give one the heeby geebies.   Warning..........watch WHERE you stay.......NEVER KNOW who is......LURKING......ABOUT.

 
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