John Williams’s ominous musical score has become legendary.Halloween The first flick in the trilogy from director John Carpenter, “Halloween” almost single-handedly started the 1980s slasher genre.Escaped lunatic Michael Myers (no, not the “Austin Powers” actor) goes on a murderous babysitter-slaying rampage on Halloween.
The Exorcist If this horror classic doesn’t terrify you, maybe you need a shrink.
Movie actress Chris Mac Neil (Ellen Burstyn) realizes an evil spirit might be possessing her daughter (Linda Blair).
Against formidable odds, two priests (Max von Sydow and Jason Miller) try to exorcise the demon.
A superb meditation about the nature of evil, “The Exorcist” was created with adults in mind and isn’t appropriate for youngsters.
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 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. Jaws When an insatiable great white shark terrorizes the townspeople of Amity Island, a police chief (Roy Scheider), a grizzled shark hunter (Robert Shaw) and an oceanographer (Richard Dreyfuss) seek to destroy it.
Director Steven Spielberg kicked off the summer blockbuster boom with this white-knuckle adaptation of the Peter Benchley novel.
As the air gets chilly and Halloween approaches, we thought we’d share Net Flix’s hit list of the best all time horror films.
There’s no better excuse to stay in, get close and share an adrenaline rush with your favorite person.
There’s no better excuse for holding on to your date than a good scary movie.