The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Nightmare Before Christmas

'twas the night before christmas and all through the house...your family's in a food coma all over the house! put in The Nightmare Before Christmas and help that Holiday ham digest, baby.

  • 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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  • Audiences in 1973 weren't just screaming at the sinister sights of this classic; some fainted or vomited, and one man even broke his jaw on the seat in front of him. We're still screaming 34 years later, even if there have been no... Audiences in 1973 weren't just screaming at the sinister sights of this classic; some fainted or vomited, and one man even broke his jaw on the seat in front of him. We're still screaming 34 years later, even if there have been no further reports of physical damages. It's head-spinning, bed-shaking horror at its finest.

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  • Naomi Watts proves she's got the pipes of a true scream queen in this remake of the J-horror hit 'Ringu,' about a mysterious video tape that kills anyone who watches it (no, not the Pamela-Tommy Lee tape). It's drenched in taut su... Naomi Watts proves she's got the pipes of a true scream queen in this remake of the J-horror hit 'Ringu,' about a mysterious video tape that kills anyone who watches it (no, not the Pamela-Tommy Lee tape). It's drenched in taut suspense, and boasts a finale that'll have you sprinting away from your TV set.

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  • The ratty red-and-green sweater, the grotesquely burned visage, the glove made of knives, the ability to turn Johnny Depp into a puree of blood and guts: If ever a man was made to haunt dreams -- and murder people in them -- it wa... The ratty red-and-green sweater, the grotesquely burned visage, the glove made of knives, the ability to turn Johnny Depp into a puree of blood and guts: If ever a man was made to haunt dreams -- and murder people in them -- it was Freddy Krueger.

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  • One of the most highly regarded haunted house films ever produced, Robert Wise's The Haunting (based on Shirley Jackson's novel The Haunting of Hill House) weaves the dark tale of a questionably sane young woman and a sinister hou... One of the most highly regarded haunted house films ever produced, Robert Wise's The Haunting (based on Shirley Jackson's novel The Haunting of Hill House) weaves the dark tale of a questionably sane young woman and a sinister house which holds a terrifying past. Invited to join anthropologist Dr. Markway (Richard Johnson), ESP expert Theodora (Claire Bloom), and probable heir to the estate Luke Sanderson (Russ Tamblyn) in order to dispel the near mythical tales that surround the house, unstable Eleanor Vance (Julie Harris) agrees to spend a few nights in the house following the death of her mother. As they slowly begin to discover, the horrific and seemingly unbelievable tales may hold more truth than the skeptical guests might have previously expected. With a seemingly unstoppable supernatural force lurking in every shadow, the probability of anyone escaping the evil clutch of the cursed mansion seems increasingly remote. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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  • This masterfully told ghost story does more with half-glimpsed images and fine acting than most horror films do with buckets of blood.

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  • No, it's not based on real events as advertised in the opening credits (that tricky Tobe Hooper!), but that doesn't make it less terrifying. This shocking low-budget scarer about limb loss in the Lone Star State set the stage for ... No, it's not based on real events as advertised in the opening credits (that tricky Tobe Hooper!), but that doesn't make it less terrifying. This shocking low-budget scarer about limb loss in the Lone Star State set the stage for Michael Myers, Freddy and Jason, awful sequels and all.

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  • The shriek of violins, the flash of a knife, Janet Leigh's horrified face: The shower scene in 'Psycho' is perhaps the most terrifying scene in movie history, but Hitchcock's classic unnerves in countless other ways, from Norman B... The shriek of violins, the flash of a knife, Janet Leigh's horrified face: The shower scene in 'Psycho' is perhaps the most terrifying scene in movie history, but Hitchcock's classic unnerves in countless other ways, from Norman Bates' creepy (yet oddly sympathetic) mama's boy to the film's final, shocking twist.

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  • This is one of my favorite movies. It might not be very scary by today's standards, but it is a great movie done by the master of suspense!

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  • You have to watch the original Halloween on Halloween. It's a rule!

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  • I looove this movie! It's an older movie, made in 1980, but for back then, its scary as hell! Peter Medak's The Changeling is among a handful of films, including The Haunting (1963), Ghost Story (1981), and Lady in White (... I looove this movie! It's an older movie, made in 1980, but for back then, its scary as hell! Peter Medak's The Changeling is among a handful of films, including The Haunting (1963), Ghost Story (1981), and Lady in White (1988), that have successfully recreated the intimate, drawing-room atmosphere of supernatural horror fiction. After his wife and daughter are killed in a snowbound car accident, classical composer John Russell (George C. Scott) relocates from New York to Seattle to teach at his alma mater. Looking for a quiet place to rest and continue writing music, he is referred Claire Norman (Trish Van Devere) at the Seattle Historical Preservation Society. Claire shows John a large, sparsely furnished estate in the outlying countryside. He takes the house, appreciating its remoteness and the solitude it might afford, and diverts himself by renovating and settling in. He even starts to compose, putting aside his older work in favor of a new, sentimental piece for the piano. It is not long, however, before he begins having nightmares about the accident that killed his wife and daughter. Possibly because of this trauma, he is open to communications from the house's ghostly occupants. Pursuing a loud, repetitive pounding noise in an upper room, he stumbles on the apparition of a young boy drowning in a tub. Working together with Claire, John discovers frightening parallels between this vision and buried events from the house's past. Horror writer M.R. James once said that his goal as a writer was to make the reader feel "pleasantly uncomfortable." Those looking for a similar experience in movies will appreciate The Changeling as a gem in the horror genre. ~ Anthony Reed, All Movie Guide

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  • Strange? Funny? I think this photo just might be for you! Perfect for the ski bunny lover.

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  • This is a bonafide classic horror movie! An elderly, eccentric woman (formerly a child star in her youth) slipping further into madness wickedly torments her wheelchair bound sister who enjoyed more prosperous and respectable fam... This is a bonafide classic horror movie! An elderly, eccentric woman (formerly a child star in her youth) slipping further into madness wickedly torments her wheelchair bound sister who enjoyed more prosperous and respectable fame. Joan Crawford plays the wheelchair bound sister.

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  • This movie still makes me cry. Plus who doesn't love Drew Barrymore.

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  • This is a creeptacular 70s movie about being caught in a bubble of air on an overturned sinking ship. Terrible way to die...

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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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