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My Top 10 Favorite Horror Movies Of All Time

With Halloween coming up, I thought it would be fun to share a list of my Top 10 Favorite horror movies. I’ve been called crazy and weird due to my love for horror genre, but I just can’t help myself. I have to admit I’ve watched horror every night before falling asleep since I was a kid.

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    • I found myself jumping/shouting/screaming a couple of times watching the “lights out” in the movie theater and everyone in the theater also jumping. You should watch this and you’ll be surprised.

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  1. I agree with most the movies in this list, Drag me to hell is probably the best made horror movie in the past few years for me, one movie I would definitely add is a movie I will NEVER watch again, that is Martyrs, if you haven’t seen this then just know that it will get to you psychologically, if it doesn’t affect you then I’d be seriously worried! Probably the best movie I’ll never watch again!

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  2. Nice list! My favorites, except HUSH, are Dark Water, Insidious, The Visit, Split, Unfriended, Sinister, The Boy (both movies with the same title), Don’t Breathe, 10 Cloverfield Lane (not counting the worst end ever), Knock Knock, The Ring and Creep.

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  3. My favorite is The Blair Witch Project. I thought it was terrifying. Just the situation they were in, lost in the woods. Their friend is missing and they can hear him screaming, uhg, horrible.
    I’m surprised Poltergeist didn’t make the list. That movie scared me to death when I was little

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  4. Unfortunately, I’m not a fan of horror movies though that does not mean I’ve never watched that genre at all. The only one on your list I’ve ever seen is A Nightmare on Elm Street. Some other horror movies I’ve seen include Exorcist, The Omen, Stigmata, Constantine, The Rite, and The Devil Inside, others I’ve forgotten the title. Great post, Gina!!!

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  5. the First Nightmare on Elm Street was definately the best…I got a big kick out of Friday the 13th Part V, maybe because I was working in a group home when it came out and most of the victims in that film were in a group home. Maybe it’s a generational thing but Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds”, Frenzy, & Psycho are all in my top 10. thanks for sharing Gina

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