The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Anthony Hopkins (one of the greatest actors of all time) being Creeeepy.

  • 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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  • 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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  • This may not be a horror film in the traditional way, but this movie had people so scared when it came out, that they were afraid to even take a bath, nevermind go in the ocean.

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  • Being possessed by the devil is one thing, but to discover your child is actually the seed of Satan? Now that's freaky. A few shocking moments (and Jerry Goldsmith's eerie Oscar-winning score) elevate a thoroughly chilling film, w... Being possessed by the devil is one thing, but to discover your child is actually the seed of Satan? Now that's freaky. A few shocking moments (and Jerry Goldsmith's eerie Oscar-winning score) elevate a thoroughly chilling film, while Harvey Stephens' Damien still holds the title as all-time creepiest kid in horror movies.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Free streamed TV shows and movies. Quick uploading of new content (yesterday's TV show you missed will already be up). Also shows major live broadcasts.

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  • I've been waiting for this for awhile now. I'll have to wait a little longer since this horror remake won't be coming out until November of 2009. Its stars Benecio Del Toro as the Wolfman.

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  • Horror master Wes Craven's first film. Made on a small ( very small budget) in the beautiful state of Connecticut. Pretty disturbing film.Even for today's standards of film. Great for horror fans ; even more so for Craven f... Horror master Wes Craven's first film. Made on a small ( very small budget) in the beautiful state of Connecticut. Pretty disturbing film.Even for today's standards of film. Great for horror fans ; even more so for Craven fans.See what he made before Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream!!

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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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  • Ridley Scott directs Sigourney Weaver in a 1979 classic. You need this.

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  • A devout and pious Catholic police sergeant travels to a remote Scottish island when he receives word that a young girl has gone missing. What he finds shocks and subtly intrigues while threatening his religious beliefs - a deeply... A devout and pious Catholic police sergeant travels to a remote Scottish island when he receives word that a young girl has gone missing. What he finds shocks and subtly intrigues while threatening his religious beliefs - a deeply pagan and close-knit society who worship nature over established religion. With strange customs and overt sensuality on full display at each turn, Edward Woodward's Sergeant Howie rallies forth to do his duty and solve the central mystery of the missing child. Entangling with the town's charmingly sinister leader Lord Summerisle (a wonderful Christopher Lee), the beguiling landlord's daughter and nymph Willow (Britt Eckland) and a host of other vaguely sinister characters, Howie delves deeper and deeper into the mysteries of the island, until the Wicker Man's stunning conclusion. It's an utterly unforgettable and original film, sadly underrated at the time of its release and it's brilliance was barely touched by the abysmal, woefully misguided 2006 remake of the same name.

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  • Classic, chilling and unquestionably brilliant. Hitchcock was at the top of his game when he made this, Vertigo and North By Northwest and Psycho, his masterpiece of horror and suspense has never been eclipsed. Anthony Per... Classic, chilling and unquestionably brilliant. Hitchcock was at the top of his game when he made this, Vertigo and North By Northwest and Psycho, his masterpiece of horror and suspense has never been eclipsed. Anthony Perkins and Janet Leigh would never outgrow their roles as Norman Bates and Marion Crane and this film's multiple iconic images have been oft imitated (most famously by Gus van Sant's shot-by-shot remake). Hitchcock had a knack for touching on universally terrifying things and Psycho's shower scene is one of his most powerful - think about it the next time you're in the shower - you're alone, naked, defenseless...what's might be on the other side of that curtain? Despite being made in 1960, it's story is still chilling and evocative. I still get scared getting into the shower to this day.

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  • I love scary made funny. And it is visually fabulous.

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