The Howling

The Howling

The 80's had the whole werewolf genre down to a science. Werewolves were the monsters to be afraid of. Forget terrorists. Werewolves, man. Werewolves. Ok, so along with American Werewolf in London, The Howling was pee in your pants scary. Although this movie was straight up horror. No funnies about it. Watch it at night when you're home alone.

  • A Clockwork Orange the controversial 1971 dark satirical science fiction film. England at the time was plagued with social and political unrest. It created some of the most incredible and memorable pieces of art, that include th... A Clockwork Orange the controversial 1971 dark satirical science fiction film. England at the time was plagued with social and political unrest. It created some of the most incredible and memorable pieces of art, that include this film.

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  • Perhaps the transition for all sociological horror movie making took place in 1976. This restored version of this film introduces us to the four most frightening words in American cinema: "You talkin' to me?" The cast is for now... Perhaps the transition for all sociological horror movie making took place in 1976. This restored version of this film introduces us to the four most frightening words in American cinema: "You talkin' to me?" The cast is for now burned into our psyche Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd and Director Martin Scorsese.

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  • Jaws

    by chad

    As long as there is shark week, I will continue to watch this movie at least once a year, every year till the day that I die. It's Iconic and intense and brilliant. You should be embarrassed if you haven't see it.

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  • This Ralph Bakshi animated version of the Hobbit freaked me out as a kid. It still does. Its pretty dark. Great movie.

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  • I enjoyed this movie and although it's not one of M. Night Shamalayan's best, it has what I would dare to say is one of the best suspense scenes in cinema. That's a big accomplishment. It's the scene where Joaquin Pheonix's charac... I enjoyed this movie and although it's not one of M. Night Shamalayan's best, it has what I would dare to say is one of the best suspense scenes in cinema. That's a big accomplishment. It's the scene where Joaquin Pheonix's character is watching tv in the closet. I won't ruin it for you, just watch it.

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  • Awesome, awesome, awesome fantasy film from the 80's! It's about...well. dragons and a young dragon slayer. But it's not as fluffy and snow white as you might think. These dragons are scary and devour sacrificial virgins. And the ... Awesome, awesome, awesome fantasy film from the 80's! It's about...well. dragons and a young dragon slayer. But it's not as fluffy and snow white as you might think. These dragons are scary and devour sacrificial virgins. And the special effects still hold up today.

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  • A five star horror classic!

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  • This is my most favorite movie ever. Beautiful cinematography coupled with one of the best directors in Japan, it even scored IFC's top 10 most scary scenes the year it came out. Not a first date kind of movie though. But per... This is my most favorite movie ever. Beautiful cinematography coupled with one of the best directors in Japan, it even scored IFC's top 10 most scary scenes the year it came out. Not a first date kind of movie though. But perhaps the perfect post breakup movie ever made.

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  • Great thought provoking film that runs backwards, telling the story of three friends. The film starts with one of the men being arrested at a night club for murder. As the story progresses to the events leading up to the arrest we... Great thought provoking film that runs backwards, telling the story of three friends. The film starts with one of the men being arrested at a night club for murder. As the story progresses to the events leading up to the arrest we learn the reason for the brutal (and hard to stomach) killing. The movie has the most disturbing scene I've ever seen on film, which caused several people to walk out sick to their stomach. Hard to swallow, but worth watching.

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  • No Invisible Fence in the world will keep you safe from this Fido.

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  • this is a classic about side show performers. while the subjects of the film are treated with great humanity, it is impossible to watch this and not cringe.

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  • the movie as a whole isn't insanely scary but the last scene will freak you out for days to come.

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  • something about little blonde girls and static on the tv...oh so spooky. add this classic to your halloween collection asap!

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  • This movie was majorly traumatic for me. Majorly. As in, to this day I can't walk the 1/4 mile from my cottage in Ireland to the neighbor's at night. I honestly can't. Logically, I know that werewolves don't exist. But that doesn'... This movie was majorly traumatic for me. Majorly. As in, to this day I can't walk the 1/4 mile from my cottage in Ireland to the neighbor's at night. I honestly can't. Logically, I know that werewolves don't exist. But that doesn't seem to matter in the moment. Sigh. It effed me up. Big time. Now, that wouldn't have happened if I had been able to sit through more than 20 minutes of it when I first saw it at age ten. I would have discovered it was fairly campy and unrealistic in its close-ups of the werewolf. But I didn't find that out until college, when the damage was already done. Nope, that first 20 minutes messed me up and it messed me up big-time. It was the scene with the guy from the old Dr. Pepper commercials- David Naughton- and his friend. Silly boys. They had to go and venture off the moonlit path. And I, an innocent child, paid the price when one of 'em got ripped apart. Oh well. Enjoy.

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  • This movie horrified me. It was so good and it annoyed me when people used to tell me it wasn't scary, because they are obviously lying. Also Mischa Barton has a great performance in this movie.

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  • This movie scared the ish out of me. When me and my friend left the movie theater, a car back fired and we screamed, held hands and ran for the car. So I don't want to tell you too much so you can enjoy it for yourself.

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