Guess I’ll do this now to get this all over with. Enjoy the last ten of my list. While I know some of you may complain like, why is this and that film not on the list, you may find it weird that I leave out some classics, but these films are “my” opinions. My lists will not be the same as every other top horror film lists you see in other film sites online, these are my opinions alone.
The rest of my top twenty here:
11. Rob Zombie’s “Halloween”
I’ve had worries that this film was going to suck. I’m like, oh no, Rob Zombie is going to ruin a great classic. But when I actually went out and saw it in theater, I FUCKING LOVED IT!!!! Zombie didn’t dissapoint at all, I loved the film all the way through. I’m now starting to watch this version on Halloween night a lot.
12. Stephen King’s “Carrie”
There’s a lot of Stephen King adapted films out there, but out of all the ones out there, I find “Carrie” to be an incredible film. Sissy Spacek’s role in this is very haunting and sends chills. Brian Depalma is a fine film maker too.
13. Freddy vs. Jason
I don’t think this is much of a horror film, it’s actually a mix between comedy and horror. There’s a lot of laughs in this. A fun flick. I really enjoyed this film and I hope a sequel is on the way.
14. Dead Silence
Forget the “Saw” series. The James Wan directed “Dead Silence” is even better, in my opinion. A film about a man who is solving a murder mystery who ever killed his wife, it ends up being linked to the ghost of a murdered ventriloquist. Sssshhhh…the ventriloquist dummies found in an old house seems to be alive and moving.
15. The Omen
The original version of “The Omen” starring Gregory Peck has always been one of my favorite horror films. The films a classic.
16. The Others
Another horror film with no blood and no murder, that is actually creepy. A film that stars Nicole Kidman. The film is shot low budget, the pacing is kind of slow but the film is real short, a little over an hour long, give it a rent and check it out. The film has a surprise ending that’ll get your head spinning.
17. The Hills Have Eyes remake
This film blew my mind. It’s pretty much a mix of action, horror and a gore fest all at once. It tells a story about a family going on vacation, they get lost, and now they are being stalked by strange evil people. This film is great.
18. A Nightmare on Elm St. – all of the series
I’m a big fan of Freddy. I not only love the first one, I love the rest of the Nightmare on Elm St. series as well. Freddy rules.
19. The Mothman Prophecies
A film that stars Richard Gere which is in my opinion one of the best films he’s ever starred in. It’s more of a thriller and horror type of film but still scary and kind of creepy. A great film to watch on Halloween night. I would reccomend this one.
20. Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers
I’m a fan of the Sleepaway Camp series. I always found the 2nd one to be the best one. Since the horror film industry is trying to reboot all the iconic horror films lately, I think the Sleepaway Camp series deserves a reboot too. I think it would be successful if they brought Angela Baker back played by a different actress of today. Hollywood should go for it.