Here are some EXCELLENT horror movies:
(1) Rosemary's Baby, the 1968 version w/Mia Farrow.
(2) The Sentinel 1977 w/Christina Raines & Burgess Meredith.
(3) The Exorcist 1973 w/ Linda Blair & Max Von Sydow.
(4) The Omen 1976 w/ Gregory Peck & Lee Remick.
(5) Black Sunday 1960 w/Barbara Steele & John Richardson.
(7) Bram Stoker's Dracula 1992 w/Gary Oldman, Wynona Rider, & Anthony Hopkins.
(8) The House on Haunted Hill 1958 w/Vincent Price.
(9) Horror Hotel 1960 w/Patricia Jessel, Christopher Lee,, & Valentine Dyall.
(10) Sleepy Hollow 1999 w/ Johnny Depp,Christina Ricci, & Christopher Lee.
(11) The Shining 1980 w/Jack Nicholson.
(12) Conjuring 2 2016 w/Vera Farmiga & Patrick Wilson.
(13) The House of Wax 1953 w/Vincent Price.
(14) Baron Blood 1972 w/Joseph Cotton & Elke Sommer.
What we do in the shadows
Shaun versus the dead
Juan of the dead (extra points for being made in Cuba)
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