A list of some of the best zombie films of all times and what makes them so entertaining.
Tucker and Dale vs Evil is a satire on psycho murderous hillbillies movies and is as good as Shaun of Dead was on zombies. Here is a list of few more horror comedies similar to Tucker and Dale vs Evil
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After watching Hundreds of Horror movies, the Exorcist is still the scariest horror movie I've ever seen. Let's explore the reasons why.
In 1988's cult classic PUMPKINHEAD, directed by FX wizard Stan Winston, a grieving backwoods father conjures up a demon to avenge the death of his son at the hands of some "city folk."
A horror story for the modern age, UNFRIENDED tackles the monsters of vast seas of technology, teen sexting, cyberbullying, and losing one's popularity.
A post-"Exorcist" Linda Blair stars in this 1981 haunted house/slasher hybrid, where a group of fraternity pledges have an unpleasant run-in with a hulking, homicidal mutation.
Vampires have been evolving right under our very noses. Who began the change from the embodiment of our worst nightmares to Soap opera heroes? Who do you blame? Which vamps do you love?
You've just watched a scary movie with an astronomical body count. Oh, and it was creepy, too. So... how do you get those images out of your head?
I love horror movies. But why do I love them, and why do other people not?