Wednesday, October 1, 2014

100 Good Horror Movies on Netflix This Month - Part I





Popular Scary Movies on Netflix this Month (October, 2014)

| Part I | Part II |

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100 Movies and Counting...

WHAT'S AVAILABLE FOR STREAMING ON NETFLIX - PART I

TOO SCARY 2 WATCH now presents a "two part" list of popular horror films (arranged by year) that are available for instant viewing on Netflix this month (as of October 1, 2014). If you have netflix, and you're always looking for good scary movies to watch, then you might find this post to be a valuable resource!



Ghost, Slashers, Zombies, Monsters and more!

We're not exactly sure when, and how often netflix updates their movie database for instant streaming. The movies included on this list were available as of October, 2014, which may be subject to change if netflix periodically makes changes and modifications throughout the month. Nonetheless, If you come across a movie on the list that is no longer available on netflix, please notify us as quickly as possible, so that we can make the necessary adjustments.
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Disclaimer

Not all of the movies on the list, in our opinion, are good movies, but were chosen to be included for a variety of different reasons.

Thanks and enjoy!
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Max Schreck sports grotesque makeup in the scariest Dracula adaptation ever. The chilling tale kicks off when a real estate agent begins conducting business with Count Orlok, who goes on a rampage when he becomes obsessed with the man's comely wife.

Director: F.W. Murnau
Not-Rated
94 mins
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A humanoid envoy (Michael Rennie) from another world lands in Washington, D.C., with a warning to Earth's people to cease their violent behavior. But panic erupts when a nervous soldier shoots the messenger, and his robot companion tries to destroy the capital. A sci-fi hallmark that offers wry commentary on the political climate of the 1950s, this Golden Globe-winning classic is less concerned with special effects than with its potent message.

Director: Robert Wise
Approved
92 mins
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Scientist André Delambre (David Hedison) has invented a matter transporter. To perfect his machine, he decides to test the device on a human subject -- himself. He steps into the chamber unaware that an ordinary housefly has accompanied him. His head and arm become horrifically switched with those of the fly. Now Delambre and his wife (Patricia Owens) are faced with a gruesome dilemma in this classic sci-fi horror co-starring Vincent Price.

Director: Kurt Neumann
Not-Rated
94 mins
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Millionaire Frederick Loren offers five people $10,000 to stay a night in a remote haunted house, giving each of them a loaded gun as a "party favor." Throughout the night, they're terrorized by skeletons, disembodied heads and other grisly apparitions. Will any of the guests survive to win the prize? Or will the house scare them to death? The legendary Vincent Price stars in one of director William Castle's most famous chillers.

Director: William Castle
Not -Rated
75 mins



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I tre volti della paura (original title)

In this 1963 trilogy of chilling tales, a beautiful woman's ex-lover terrorizes her, a father returns home a vampire, and a ghost haunts a nurse. The vampire story -- probably the most famous of the three -- stars a poignant Boris Karloff, who also plays host for the anthology. Italian horror impresario Mario Bava served as writer, director and cinematographer for the film, and composer Les Baxter serves up the martini-soaked lounge score.

Unrated
95 mins


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6. Night of the Living Dead (1968)

As dead bodies inexplicably return to life and feast on human flesh, young Barbara (Judith O'Dea) joins a group of survivors in a farmhouse hoping to protect themselves from the hordes of advancing zombies. But soon enough, only one person remains. Writer-director George A. Romero's low-budget horror classic continues to inspire heebie-jeebies, in part because of the randomness of the zombies' targets.

Director: George A. Romero
Unrated
96 mins



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Rosemary Woodhouse (Mia Farrow), the young wife of a struggling actor (John Cassavetes), is thrilled to find out she's pregnant. But the larger her belly grows, the more certain she becomes that her unborn child is in serious danger. Perhaps there's something sinister behind the odd enthusiasm her eccentric neighbors (Sidney Blackmer and Ruth Gordon, in an Oscar-winning performance) have for her welfare. Or perhaps it's all in her mind.

Director: Roman Polanski
R-Rated
136 mins


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It's a scary proposition, but a team of four paranormal investigators accepts an invitation for a week's stay in a mansion rumored to be haunted. Depending on their viewpoints, the group members either intend to prove the presence of ghosts or are determined to debunk the myths. Previous guests of Hell House are known to have gone mad. … Will this group survive the week?

Director: John Hough

PG
93 mins
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aka Shivers

Director David Cronenberg's film debut revels in his pet theme: deep-rooted fears of our bodies and sexuality. A scientist's neighbors fall to primal urges after he unleashes a sexually transmitted parasite that destroys inhibitions in its host body. This terrifying thriller tests nerves with its bloodthirsty, wormlike parasites -- in one gruesome and memorable sequence, they attack a woman in a bathtub.

Director: David Cronenberg
R-Rated
87 mins
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Carrie (Sissy Spacek) may be ostracized, but the shy teen has the ability to move objects with her mind. So when the high school "in crowd" torments her with a sick joke at the prom, she lashes out with devastating -- and deadly -- power. William Katt (of television's "The Greatest American Hero") co-stars as the object of Carrie's affection in director Brian De Palma's deft adaptation of Stephen King's first novel.

Director: Brian De Palma
Writer: Stephen King
R-Rated
97 mins
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A Texas Ranger hunts for a hooded serial killer terrorizing the residents of a small town, set in 1946 Arkansas. Loosely based on a true story.

Director: Charles B. Pierce
R-Rated
86 mins


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The only thing Bill and Janice Templeton want is a peaceful life with their 11-year-old daughter, Ivy (Susan Swift). But their dreams turn into nightmares when Ivy begins to suffer from horrific memories of events that never occurred. Things only get weirder when a mysterious British stranger (Anthony Hopkins) tries to convince the family that Ivy is actually the reincarnation of his daughter, Audrey Rose, who died 11 years earlier.

Director: Robert Wise
PG
113 mins
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Neurotic whaler Nolan faces off with an enraged killer whale after he kills the whale's pregnant mate. Attempting to get a message across to Nolan, the whale attacks an innocent woman, prompting Nolan to track the whale as it heads north.

Director: Michael Anderson
PG
92 mins
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San Francisco biologist Elizabeth Driscoll (Brooke Adams) turns to health inspector Matthew Bennell (Donald Sutherland) for help when her live-in beau begins acting odd -- and distant. Matthew and Elizabeth notice that suddenly almost everyone around them has become impassive. When their friends discover a developing doppelgänger in their commercial mud baths, the foursome realizes an alien invasion is under way. Can they stop it?

Director: Philip Kaufman
PG
115 mins

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A young couple (Linda Hamilton and Peter Horton) find themselves stranded in the rural town of Gatlin, Neb., and fall into the sinister hands of a mysterious religious sect of children who murder all of the town's adults at the command of their leader. The children perform bloody sacrifices to their cornfield-dwelling deity (known only as "He Who Walks Behind the Rows"). Their two new visitors are next in line for crucifixion!

Director: Fritz Kiersch
Writer: Stephen King
R-Rated
92 mins


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Beneath the streets of New York City are hundreds of miles of tunnels unfit for anything human, but now, something horrible is loose in the sewers of Manhattan. The city's homeless population is mutating. These "Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers" -- aka C.H.U.D. -- are hideous, hungry and headed for the streets. Photojournalist George Cooper (John Heard) and his girlfriend, a cop and a crazy bum try to save everyone. 

Director: Douglas Cheek
R-Rated 
96 mins

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Tormented by recurring nightmares, sorority pledge Kelly must come to terms with her visions to get through an initiation that requires her to spend the night in an empty department store. But an escaped psychopathic killer is targeting the pledges.

Director: Larry Stewart
R-Rated  
97 mins


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Nobody believes teenager Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale) when he discovers that his suave new neighbor, Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon), is a vampire. So when the bloodsucker starts stalking Charley, he turns to has-been actor Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowall), famed for portraying a ghoul hunter. Unfortunately for the would-be vampire slayers, Dandridge has set his sights on Charlie's girlfriend in this clever spoof of the horror genre.

Director: Tom Holland
R-Rated
106 mins
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It's been 5 years since Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) tormented those hapless Elm Street teens with his razor glove and maniacal sense of humor. Now, he's back for revenge, with his sights set on another innocent victim he can torture and possess. If Freddy's plan to live again succeeds, he'll return from the dead and be free to kill anyone his twisted heart desires!


Director: Jack Sholder
R-Rated 
87 mins

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Based on a story by H.P. Lovecraft, this campy send-up that spawned a similarly outlandish sequel follows an egotistical medical student named Herbert West (Jeffrey Combs), who develops a serum that miraculously revives the dead. Together with his obdurate roommate, Dan (Bruce Abbott), and his girlfriend, Megan (Barbara Crampton), West reanimates a corpse -- but he doesn't factor in certain complications.

Director: Stuart Gordon
R-Rated
86 mins



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This campy classic finds Americans gorging on the latest snack sensation: a no-calorie treat dubbed "the Stuff." When it threatens to put ice cream makers out of business, industry tycoons draft a spy to uncover the dessert's secret formula.

Director: Larry Cohen
R-Rated
93 mins






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One of the most notorious films of the 1980s still terrifies. Serial killer Henry serves as mentor to dim-witted fellow killer Otis and as the object of his sister's affections. Trouble is, Henry's heart is too hard for friendship to penetrate. Disturbing, chilling and full of knockout power, this cult classic includes a half-hour interview with writer-director John McNaughton. 

Director: John McNaughton
R-Rated
83 mins
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Troubled horror novelist and Vietnam vet Roger Cobb (William Katt), reeling from his recent divorce and the mysterious disappearance of his young son, moves into the strange house left to him by his late aunt and faces even more terror. Hoping to find some peace and quiet so he can write his current book, Roger instead must deal with a nosy neighbor (George Wendt) -- not to mention the house's evil apparitions and monstrous demons.

Director: Steve Miner
R-Rated
92 mins

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In this remake of the classic 50s SF tale, a boy tries to stop an invasion of his town by aliens who take over the the minds of his parents, his least-liked schoolteacher and other townspeople. With the aid of the school nurse the boy enlists the aid of the U.S. Marines. Written by Keith Loh <loh@sfu.ca>

Director: Tobe Hooper
PG
100 mins
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When two fraternity brothers thaw out a corpse from their school clinic, evil slugs from outer space that had been frozen inside the body race across campus, infecting lusty coeds and turning them into flesh-hungry zombies. Now it's up to a chain-smoking former cop (Tom Atkins) to save the whole town from the alien menace. Fred Dekker directs this gleefully campy cult classic that co-stars Jason Lively and Jill Whitlow.

Director: Fred Dekker
R-Rated
90 mins
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Join the rotting but amiable Creep as he introduces this anthology of three gruesome tales written by the master of horror, Stephen King. An homage to the works of EC Comics, this wicked sequel takes viewers on one hair-raising roller-coaster ride. The vignettes involve a hit-and-run driver in "The Hitchhiker"; a wooden Indian in "Ol' Chief Wooden Head"; and four friends whose vacation on a secluded lake turns into a nightmare in "The Raft."

Director: Michael Gornick
R-Rated
92 mins

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Stranded in a cabin in the woods, Ash (Bruce Campbell) and his girlfriend accidentally invoke a spell that causes the Evil Dead to rise and kill! As a lone man pitted against hordes of walking corpses, can Ash survive until the safety of sunrise? Thanks to director Sam Raimi's whip-crack direction and Campbell's comedic skills, this cult horror classic produces an improbable blend of hair-raising fear and gales of laughter.

Director: Sam Raimi
Unrated
85 mins
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Married attorney Dan Gallagher gives in to the tantalizing flirtations of attractive editor Alex Forrest, and they embark on a steamy affair. But Dan's passing indiscretion comes back to haunt him as an increasingly unhinged Alex refuses to let go.

Director: Adrian Lyne
R-Rated 
119 mins

Available November 1



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Clive Barker's directing debut follows the tale of a couple (Andrew Robinson, Clare Higgins) who move into an old house and discovers a hideous creature (Oliver Smith) -- the man's half-brother (and his wife's former lover) -- hiding upstairs. Having lost his earthly body to three demons, the man's been brought back to life by a drop of blood on the floor. Soon, he's forcing his former mistress to bring him human sacrifices to complete his body. 

Director: Clive Barker
R-Rated
93 mins

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For Kirsty Cotton (Ashley Laurence), the nightmares never end. Still fresh in her fevered memory are her father's skinned corpse, the evil machinations of her uncle Frank's reanimated body and the unspeakable perversity of the Cenobites. But the worst is yet to come. From beyond the Outer Darkness, from the darkest regions of the imagination comes Hellbound: Hellraiser II. 

Director: Tony Randel
Writer: Clive Barker
Not-Rated
93 mins
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Quadriplegic law student Allan Mann (Jason Beghe) gets in-home care from Ella, a supersmart monkey injected with human brain tissue. Initially, it's a dynamite relationship -- until she starts anticipating Allan's thoughts and acting out his subconscious desires. Horror veteran George Romero wrote and directed this 1988 chiller, which co-stars Joyce Van Patten, Stanley Tucci and Janine Turner.

Director: George A. Romero
R-Rated
113 mins

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Anthropologist Dennis Alan (Bill Pullman) goes to Haiti in search of a mysterious voodoo powder that turns the living into semi-conscious zombies. But as Alan comes closer to unlocking the mystical drug, natives turn his life into a nightmare. He enlists the help of a doctor (Cathy Tyson), but their smarts are hardly a match for the black magic they're up against. Horror master Wes Craven directs this creepy tale based on a novel by Wade Davis.

Director: Wes Craven
R-Rated
98 mins




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When Dr. Ross Jennings (Jeff Daniels) moves to a small California town, people start dropping dead all around him -- and the killer just might be a rare arachnid imported in a coffin from Venezuela. Local exterminator Delbert McClintock (John Goodman) and entomologist Dr. James Atherton (Julian Sands) are ready to destroy the species, but Jennings must first put aside his deep-seated fear of the creepy-crawlies. Stuart Pankin co-stars.

Director: Frank Marshall
PG-13
109 mins

Available November 1

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Persuaded by a devious corporate henchman to operate on a schizophrenic mathematician, a brain surgeon begins experiencing firsthand his patient's paranoid confusion. Despite his best efforts, the doctor soon finds himself descending into insanity.

Directors: Adam Simon
R-Rated
85 mins



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In this pulse-pounding adaptation of Thomas Harris's novel, FBI trainee Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) ventures into a maximum-security asylum to pick the diseased brain of Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), a psychiatrist turned homicidal cannibal. Starling needs clues to help her capture a serial killer; unfortunately, her Faustian relationship with Lecter soon leads to his escape … and now, two deranged killers are on the loose.

Director: Jonathan Demme
R-Rated
118 mins
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While researching urban myths, grad student Helen Lyle (Virginia Madsen) learns about the Candyman (Tony Todd), a hook-handed creature who's said to haunt a Chicago housing project. In this creepy film based on a Clive Barker story, the Candyman is made flesh by other people's belief in him. Not surprisingly, Lyle manages to summon him. Soon, the Candyman has committed a series of murders, and the cops are holding Lyle responsible.

Director: Bernard Rose
Writer: Clive Barker
R-Rated
99 mins
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When playboy club owner J.P. (Kevin Bernhardt) buys a mysterious-looking puzzle box and mistakes it for a work of art, he has no idea that Pinhead (Doug Bradley), "the Black Pope of Hell," is trapped inside and playing tricks on his mind. Pinhead tries his best to manipulate J.P. into breaking him out of his prison -- that is, until an astute journalist (Terry Farrell) begins to suspect something. 

Director: Anthony Hickox
Writer: Peter Atkins
R-Rated 
92 mins




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Belated sequel to the '84 film. 8 years after the first, authorities discover the mutilated bodies of adults in the secluded town of Gatlin, Nebraska and children hiding in the corn. Enter John Garrett (Terence Knox) and son Danny (Paul Scherrer) who head for Gatlin on a story and get caught up in this mess when an orphan named Micah (Ryan Bollman) is possessed by He Who Walks Behind The Rows. Written by Eric Creed

Director: David Price
Writer: Stephen King
R-Rated
92 mins
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When up-and-coming fashion designer Allison Jones places a classified ad to find a new roomie, mousy Hedy Carlson seems to fill the bill ... until her envy turns her into the roommate from hell in this dark psychological thriller.

Director: Barbet Schroeder
R-Rated
107 mins


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A father and daughter's move to a new home in the suburbs is anything but lucky when they discover that a murderous 600-year-old leprechaun is living in their basement, laying waste to all who interfere with the search for his pot of gold. Jennifer Aniston, Ken Olandt and Warwick Davis star in this cheeky horror thriller from writer-director Mark Jones that spawned a series of increasingly outrageous sequels.

Director: Mark Jones
R-Rated
91 mins
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Stephen King adapts his best-selling novel into a vivid and terrifying miniseries. When a lethal virus developed in a government lab accidentally filters into the general population, a devastating plague ravages the globe, leaving few survivors. Those who remain are compelled to follow one of two mysterious figures, leading to an immense winner-take-all battle between good and evil. Rob Lowe, Gary Sinise and Molly Ringwald star.

Director: Mick Garris
Writer: Stephen King
Unrated
366 mins


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Ten people awake on a red-eye flight from Los Angeles to discover that the other passengers, the flight crew and the pilots have disappeared. After a passenger (David Morse) manages to land the plane, the small group of survivors soon makes a startling discovery. Not only are they alone on the plane -- they're alone on the planet. The sole sound on Earth comes from the mysterious Langoliers, who are systematically destroying everything in their path.

Director: Tom Holland
Writer: Stephen King
PG-13
179 mins


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Angels have no souls, but men do. And dark angel Gabriel (Christopher Walken) -- angry because God has allowed humans into heaven -- descends to earth to capture the most evil human soul he can find, planning to use it to defeat his enemies in an apocalyptic battle. While a good-hearted angel (Eric Stoltz) hides the soul in the body of a little girl, a detective (Elias Koteas) on earth tracks Gabriel's every move.

Director: Gregory Widen 
R-Rated
97 mins
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Robin Tunney stars in this supernatural thriller as Sarah Bailey, a Catholic school newcomer who falls in with a clique of teen witches who wield their powers against all who dare to cross them -- be they teachers, rivals or meddlesome parents. Directed by Andrew Fleming, this cult film favorite features early career performances from Neve Campbell and Skeet Ulrich, shortly before their breakout turns in Wes Craven's 1996 hit Scream.

Director: Andrew Fleming 
R-Rated
100 mins
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Blending humor and horror, director Peter Jackson's outlandish tale centers on shady psychic detective Frank Bannister (Michael J. Fox), who uses his ability to communicate with the dead to boost his business. But when a sinister spirit is unleashed and members of the community are mysteriously killed, the P.I. -- with the help of a comely widow (Trini Alvarado) -- must use his powers to get to the bottom of the supernatural slayings. 

Director: Peter Jackson 
R-Rated
110 mins

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Robbers-on-the-lam Seth (George Clooney) and Richard Gecko (Quentin Tarantino) take an ex-preacher (Harvey Keitel) and his kids hostage. On a race to the Mexican border, they rendezvous at a cantina, not knowing the owners and clientele are bloodthirsty vampires. That's when director Robert Rodriguez (Desperado) abruptly switches from hostage drama to tongue-in-cheek, vampiric melee, creating a blood-stained ode to 1960s Mexican horror movies.

Director: Robert Rodriguez 
R-Rated
107 mins
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Horror maven Wes Craven -- paying homage to teen horror classics such as Halloween and Prom Night -- turns the genre on its head with this tale of a murderer who terrorizes hapless high schooler Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) by offing everyone she knows. Not your average slasher flick, Scream distinguishes itself with a self-parodying sense of humor. Courteney Cox and David Arquette co-star as a local news reporter and a small-town deputy.

Director: Wes Craven  
R-Rated 
111 mins


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When deranged snake hunter Paul Sarone (Jon Voight) tricks a filmmaking crew (Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube and Eric Stoltz) into taking him on their boat so he can hunt a giant anaconda, the group soon finds itself up the Amazon River without a paddle as they become prey for the reptile. With their captain incapacitated, the crew must battle not only the fearsome snake but the equally slimy, ruthless Sarone. Great cinematography marks this thriller.

Director: Luis Llosa 
PG-13
98 mins
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In 2040, an explorer vessel known as the Event Horizon went missing beyond deep-space boundaries. Seven years later, the ship sends a garbled signal back to Earth that sounds a lot like a cry for help. A rescue ship led by Captain Miller (Laurence Fishburne) is dispatched to investigate, but Miller's crew (including Sam Neill, Kathleen Quinlan and Joely Richardson) soon realizes the awful truth -- something unimaginable has happened on board.

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson 
R-Rated
97 mins
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An affluent German family is settling into their lakeside vacation home when a young man named Peter (Frank Giering) comes to the door asking to borrow eggs. Anna (Susanne Lothar) is alone in the house while her husband (Ulrich Muhe) and son (Stefan Clapczynski) are off swimming. A friend (Arno Frisch) soon joins Peter, and when Anna's men return, the pair takes the family hostage and begins to play sadistic games in this disturbing thriller.

Director: Michael Haneke
Not-Rated
104 mins



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In this cinematic kissing cousin to the giant-radioactive-ant flick Them, etymologist Mira Sorvino eradicates disease-carrying cockroaches only to create a new breed of lethal, man-sized insect in the sewer systems of New York City. Co-starring Charles S. Dutton, Jeremy Northam and a nest of creepy, computer-generated bugs, Mimic will send you running for the Raid.

Director: Guillermo del Toro 
R-Rated
105 mins

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Law student Martin Bells (Ewan McGregor) takes a job as the night watchman in a creepy city morgue. But when a serial killer's mutilated victims begin to pile up, Martin finds himself at odds with a surly police detective (Nick Nolte). To make things worse, all the clues seem to point to Martin, and he'll have a hell of a time trying to clear his name. Patricia Arquette, Lauren Graham and Josh Brolin co-star in this moody thriller. 

Director: Ole Bornedal 
R-Rated
101 mins

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In the two years that have passed since the fateful events in Woodsboro, newswoman Gale Weathers (Courtney Cox) has written a best-seller, which has been turned into a film starring Tori Spelling as Sidney (Neve Campbell). As the movie premiere looms closer, the cycle of mysterious deaths begins again. Dewey Riley (David Arquette) heads straight to Sidney's college in an attempt to protect her from impending doom.

Director: Wes Craven 
R-Rated
122 mins




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In the two years that have passed since the fateful events in Woodsboro, newswoman Gale Weathers (Courtney Cox) has written a best-seller, which has been turned into a film starring Tori Spelling as Sidney (Neve Campbell). As the movie premiere looms closer, the cycle of mysterious deaths begins again. Dewey Riley (David Arquette) heads straight to Sidney's college in an attempt to protect her from impending doom.

Director: Robert Kurtzman 
Writer: Peter Atkins 
R-Rated
122 mins


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In this spooky flick based on a Dean Koontz novel, Lisa (Rose McGowan) and Jenny (Joanna Going) arrive in Snowfield, Colorado, for a ski vacation, only to find the town deserted but for a dead man. Joined by Sheriff Bryce Hammond (Ben Affleck) and his deputies, they search for clues. Along the way, they find a note with the words "Timothy Flyte" and "Ancient Enemy," and track down Flyte (Peter O'Toole), who helps them fight the Ancient Enemy

Director: Joe Chappelle 
Writer: Dean R. Koontz 
R-Rated
91 mins
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Kicked out of his asylum in hell, fallen angel Gabriel (Christopher Walken) continues his revolution, in which bad angels seek to destroy good ones -- along with all humanity. The only hope for deliverance is the unborn child of nurse Valerie Rosales (Jennifer Beals). With help from the angel Danyael (Russell Wong), Valerie races to safeguard her baby and save humankind in this taut sequel to the 1995 cult hit

Director: Greg Spence 
R-Rated
87 mins

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Brash student filmmakers Heather (Heather Donahue), Josh (Joshua Leonard) and Mike (Michael Williams) march into the woods near Burkittsville, Md., to make a documentary about the legendary Blair Witch, who's credited with a string of heinous murders dating back 200 years. But the trio loses their way and soon find themselves surrounded by a malignant terror. This shot-on-a-shoestring-budget indie sensation earned instant cult status.

R-Rated
87 mins


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An all-expenses-paid international search for a rare copy of The Nine Gates of the Shadow Kingdom brings an unscrupulous book dealer (Johnny Depp) deep into a world of murder, double-dealing and satanic worship. Director Roman Polanski (Rosemary's Baby) creates a richly textured gothic mystery where the hunter becomes the hunted and the devil must be paid his due.

Director: Roman Polanski 
R-Rated
133 mins

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After her only friend, Lisa (Mena Suvari), commits suicide, telekinetic outsider Rachel Lang (Emily Bergl) embarks on a path of vengeance against the popular kids who drove Lisa to plunge off the high school roof in this nail-biting sequel. Soon, Rachel's destructive powers become obvious to school counselor Sue Snell (Amy Irving), who survived the original Carrie's prom night massacre -- but will she be able to prevent a repeat of the carnage.

Director: Katt Shea
R-Rated
104 mins

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In 19th-century California, a band of misfit soldiers at an army outpost led by Capt. John Boyd (Guy Pearce) receives the badly injured Colqhoun (Robert Carlyle), who tells them horrific tales of resorting to cannibalism to stay alive when his group became stranded. Already teetering on the brink of madness from isolation in the Sierra Nevada wilderness, the men are sent over the edge when they attempt to investigate Colqhoun's claims.

Director: Antonia Bird 
R-Rated
100 mins


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6. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
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23. Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013)
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People will crucify you for having Texas Chainsaw 3D so high in that list...that movie was really rubbish. If you're interested, I've built a list of 150 must-see horror movie, maybe this will be of interest to you: Horror Films Checklist

Liza said...

What are the latest vampire movies that you have watched or know? I love to see vampire movies and try to watch any new move which releases. I am really waiting for new film.

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