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101 Horror Movies You Must See Before You Die by Steven Jay Schneider

Vampires, monsters, sadistic psychopaths, serial killers, vengeful ghosts, and Satan himself have been frightening and entertaining filmgoers for generations. This comprehensive, chronological film guide summarizes the 101 most important horror movies ever produced, from the 1922 silent classic Nosferatu to the low-budget, 1999 Sundance Film Festival hit, The Blair Witch Project. General editor Stephen Jay Schneider presents film summaries, reviews from a wide array of critics, cast and credit lists, and film production notes. The books 200 illustrations include unforgettable still shots from the movies as well as iconic film posters. Horror film buffs who open this book will renew their chilling memories of Hitchcock thrillers like Psycho and The Birds, revisit Dr. Frankensteins castle with Boris Karloff, haunt the sewers of Paris with Lon Chaneys Phantom of the Opera, and recall Anthony Hopkins most chilling role in The Silence of the Lambs. 101 Horror Movies is international in scope, and covers films from Japan, Russia, Italy, Germany, France, and Australia. Fans of horror movies will want to see all 101 films before they die--and theyll also want to own this entertaining and informative book.
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The horror genre is home to a lot of low-budget schlock, making it hard for a viewer to determine what's good and what's a waste of time. Fortunately, your pals at Looper are here to help with a look at some of the best films the genre has to offer. Though these movies are vastly different in subject matter and tone—some of them aren't even all that scary, relative to others on the list—there are a few factors that tend to tie them together. Smart protagonists that feel like real people populate almost every entry, making it easier to relate to the action and sympathize with characters' success or failure. Unique production design plays a role as well; part of what makes these movies so exemplary is their tendency to do things that you've never seen before. As such, not all of these are for everybody. But they're all great films on their own terms, regardless of genre.

Martyrs (2008)

Sign in. R min Drama, Horror, Romance. Oskar, an overlooked and bullied boy, finds love and revenge through Eli, a beautiful but peculiar girl.

Sign in. Comedy-horror not included. R 99 min Crime, Drama, Horror. Votes: 17, Not Rated 93 min Fantasy, Horror, Thriller. A radio host interprets the possible outbreak of a deadly virus which infects the small Ontario town he is stationed in. R min Horror, Mystery, Thriller.

It's officially a franchise: After ranking the best horror movies of and , we're going for the trilogy. Like any beloved franchise, continued success will require a careful mix of fan service and fresh ideas, no easy task for an internet article. The year is far from over, but there are more than a few titles to include while we wait for the final glut of horror films to arrive in theaters and on demand. Which means that you should check this space often, and if you saw something good that I missed, or you want to yell at me respectfully for including a documentary on the list, find me on Twitter scottEweinberg. Like this kind of stuff?

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