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Tacky? Absolutely. That doesn't stop me when it comes to Halloween, though.

  • Another installment of twisty, haunting writing from the brilliant Chuck Palahniuk.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • What do you get when you put Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, George Clooney, Mexico, and stripper-vampires together? This movie, aka the most absurdly awesome movie of all time (yes, I said stripper-vampires. Not strippers AN... What do you get when you put Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, George Clooney, Mexico, and stripper-vampires together? This movie, aka the most absurdly awesome movie of all time (yes, I said stripper-vampires. Not strippers AND vampires).

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  • Scariest. Movie. Ever. And I mean that in the same way that Sugar Ray is my favorite band ever. It's not that I like them more than anything right now. It's just at the time, I loved sugar ray so much and was ridiculous terrified ... Scariest. Movie. Ever. And I mean that in the same way that Sugar Ray is my favorite band ever. It's not that I like them more than anything right now. It's just at the time, I loved sugar ray so much and was ridiculous terrified of this film. Make sense?

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  • A five star horror classic!

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  • I happen to be a massive Gabriel Byrne fan, thus I watched this. I happen to also be a complete wimp when it comes to horror films, thus I shouldn't have.

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  • If you like to get your eeby jeebies from authentic material, try this HBO series based on the cases of a real coroner. Pretty creepy stuff.

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  • One of my favorite scary movies due to my obsession with George C. Scott... Amazon.com When a recent widower (the wonderfully overemphatic George C. Scott ) moves into an antique Washington mansion, his realization that he may... One of my favorite scary movies due to my obsession with George C. Scott... Amazon.com When a recent widower (the wonderfully overemphatic George C. Scott ) moves into an antique Washington mansion, his realization that he may not be the only resident leads him toward a deadly secret that refuses to remain buried....The best haunted-house film since the legendary Haunting, this potent, classy combination of the mystery and horror genres eschews explicit gore and dumb shocks in exchange for a subtle creepiness that occasionally builds to a terrifying peak (watch out for that seance scene!). The result is a satisfyingly intelligent horror film with an intriguing dash of Watergate-era paranoia. Director Peter Medak went on to direct the considerably more gratuitous and somewhat less effective Romeo Is Bleeding and The Krays.

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  • Look at the picture on the box. Don't say you weren't warned.

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  • Amazon.com Director John Carpenter and special makeup effects master Rob Bottin teamed up for this 1982 remake of the 1951 science fiction classic The Thing from Another World, and the result is a mixed blessing. It's got moments... Amazon.com Director John Carpenter and special makeup effects master Rob Bottin teamed up for this 1982 remake of the 1951 science fiction classic The Thing from Another World, and the result is a mixed blessing. It's got moments of highly effective terror and spine-tingling suspense, but it's mostly a showcase for some of the goriest and most horrifically grotesque makeup effects ever created for a movie. With such highlights as a dog that splits open and blossoms into something indescribably gruesome, this is the kind of movie for die-hard horror fans and anyone who slows down to stare at fatal traffic accidents. On those terms, however, it's hard not to be impressed by the movie's wild and wacky freak show. It all begins when scientists at an arctic research station discover an alien spacecraft under the thick ice, and thaw out the alien body found aboard. What they don't know is that the alien can assume any human form, and before long the scientists can't tell who's real and who's a deadly alien threat. Kurt Russell leads the battle against the terrifying intruder, and the supporting cast includes Richard Masur, Richard Dysart, Donald Moffat, and Wilford Brimley. They're all playing standard characters who are neglected by the mechanistic screenplay (based on the classic sci-fi story "Who Goes There?" by John W. Campbell), but Carpenter's emphasis is clearly on the gross-out effects and escalating tension. If you've got the stomach for it (and let's face it, there's a big audience for eerie gore), this is a thrill ride you won't want to miss. --Jeff Shannon

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

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  • In a departure from Starsky and Hutch, David Soul stars in a movie that will scare the bejeezus out of you.

  • Amazon.com Based on a story by Clive Barker and skillfully written and directed by Bernard Rose, Candyman rises above most horror films by eerily suggesting that some urban legends--in this case a particularly frightening one--ha... Amazon.com Based on a story by Clive Barker and skillfully written and directed by Bernard Rose, Candyman rises above most horror films by eerily suggesting that some urban legends--in this case a particularly frightening one--have a spooky basis in reality. The legend of the Candyman is a potent one around the high-rise tenements of Chicago's Cabrini-Green housing complex, where the residents speak of a dark, ominous figure who appears when his victims say his name five times in front of a mirror, then mercilessly slashes them to death. Upon learning that the Candyman is rumored to live in one of the vacant tenements, a University of Illinois researcher (Virginia Madsen) investigates a recent murder at Cabrini-Green. She learns that the Candyman (played by Tony Todd) is both unreal and chillingly real--a supernatural force of evil empowered by those who believe in his legend. He is a killer made flesh by the belief of others, and the young researcher's investigation is a threat to his existence. What happens next? We wouldn't dare spoil the chills, but rest assured that writer-director Rose has tapped into a wellspring of urban angst and fear, and Candyman serves up its gruesome frights with a refreshing dose of intelligence. --Jeff Shannon Product Description A children's ghost story comes to terrifying life in this gut-wrenching thriller about a graduate student whose research into modern folklore summons the spirit of the dead. Helen Lyle (Virginia Madsen) laughs when she interviews college freshmen about their superstitions. But when she hears about Candyman a slave spirit with a hook hand who is said to haunt Chicago's notorious Cabrini-Green housing project she thinks she has a new twist for this thesis. Braving the gang-ridden territory to visit the site of a brutal murder Helen arrogantly assumes Candyman can't really exist... until he appears igniting a string of terrifying tragic slayings. But the police don't believe in monsters and they charge Helen with the grisly crimes. Only one person can set her free: CANDYMAN.

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  • A very, very graphic and scary movie about a human pincushion.

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  • Another successful attempt by Stephen King to rob you of your sanity when the lights go out... Amazon.com Desperate for work, troubled high school teacher Jim Norman (Tim Matheson) relocates his family to his rural hometown af... Another successful attempt by Stephen King to rob you of your sanity when the lights go out... Amazon.com Desperate for work, troubled high school teacher Jim Norman (Tim Matheson) relocates his family to his rural hometown after procuring a much-needed job there. Once home he must relive and confront a childhood nightmare: the high school hoodlums who murdered his older brother in a tunnel ambush, and were killed themselves by an oncoming train, are slowly rising from the grave to finish the job by killing Norman. The ghostly hooligans, who appear as flesh and blood to students, start "transferring" into school when some of Norman's students mysteriously perish; however their phantom, fire-spitting car is invisible to all but their victims. Suspicion for the inexplicably rising student-body count soon falls squarely on Norman, who must find a way to protect his wife and son from danger, vanquish the supernatural hoods, and cast off the shackles of his past. It's a fairly straightforward plot with some obvious elements, but Matheson and his supporting cast (including wife Brooke Adams) create a suspenseful, fear-inducing atmosphere under the able direction of Tom McLoughlin from a screenplay adaptation by Lawrence Konner and Mark Rosenthal. --Bryan Reesman

  • If you long to spend your life unable to pass a cornfield without fear, this movie is for you.

  • A little tale about a car that is not very nice. To put it mildly.

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  • "hhhheeerrrsss jonny!" and a crazy scary movie. red rum, red rum....oh so good. don't watch it alone if you've never seen it before.

  • Back in 1988, when I first watched Beetlejuice as a kid, it scared me because things just jumped out at you unexpectedly. Then after I watched it second time, I wasn't scared at all. But now...whenever I watch this movie, it a... Back in 1988, when I first watched Beetlejuice as a kid, it scared me because things just jumped out at you unexpectedly. Then after I watched it second time, I wasn't scared at all. But now...whenever I watch this movie, it always made me smile. Why? I guess it has to do with my childhood. :-)

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  • Aunt Maggie on a good day and a bad day. Check out the website for more vampire looks.

  • Just in time for Halloween is this spooky animated tree! Standing at 6' tall this tree glows with 300 purple lights. Not only that, as people walk by this tree begins to sway and the lights begin to flicker. This decoration is mad... Just in time for Halloween is this spooky animated tree! Standing at 6' tall this tree glows with 300 purple lights. Not only that, as people walk by this tree begins to sway and the lights begin to flicker. This decoration is made for both indoor and outdoor use, can come with spare bulbs and fuses to keep it entertaining guests for years to come. Care to give this sinister tree a hug?

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  • This animated boy may cause nightmares just by looking at it! If that weren't enough, Hex's head also spins around, his neck cracks, and he laughs menacingly at any unfortunate visitors. Hex would be a fun addition to any Hallowee... This animated boy may cause nightmares just by looking at it! If that weren't enough, Hex's head also spins around, his neck cracks, and he laughs menacingly at any unfortunate visitors. Hex would be a fun addition to any Halloween decor from parties to haunted houses. Four AA batteries are required for this zombie boy to properly frighten your guests!

  • Each label adheres to a botle by peeling off the back.. It is a set of 24 labels. Awsome idea for a halloween party!!

  • You will be glad this creature is locked up tight as you walk by! Spazm will automatically start to jerk and shake as your unsuspecting Halloween guests pass by this fiendish looking individual. Not only is he creepy to look at, b... You will be glad this creature is locked up tight as you walk by! Spazm will automatically start to jerk and shake as your unsuspecting Halloween guests pass by this fiendish looking individual. Not only is he creepy to look at, but the effect is simply ghoulish! Spazm is a perfect addition for your Halloween party or haunted house!

  • Truly the most grotesque (and by that I mean AWESOME) Halloween decoration I have come across. It's a zombie like person crawling around without half their body! This is the perfect compliment to any horror scene or Halloween part... Truly the most grotesque (and by that I mean AWESOME) Halloween decoration I have come across. It's a zombie like person crawling around without half their body! This is the perfect compliment to any horror scene or Halloween party you may be planning. Word of caution, this may be too scary for the little ones. It is still a great decoration for teens or adults!