150 Greatest Horror Films of the 20th Century (Full List)

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Special Mention: Michael Jackson’s Thriller

 

Blood and Black Lace

Society

Vampire Circus

Q The Winged Serpent

The Fury

The Bird with the Crystal Plumage

I Walked With A Zombie

Wild Zero

Dressed to Kill

Misery

 

Special Mention: Night of the Hunter

Special Mention: Seconds

 

The Long Weekend

Tetsuo: The Ironman

Frightmare

Patrick

Zombi 2

Next of Kin

Who Can Kill A Child

Tenebrae

Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny And Girly (aka Girly)

When A Stranger Calls

 

Special Mention: The Last Wave

 

Bloody Valentine

Don’t Torture a Duckling

Candyman

Just Before Dawn

Rabid

The House With Laughing Windows

A Lizard In A Woman’s Skin

Blade

The Devil Rides Out

Day of the Beast

 

Special Mention: Wait Until Dark

 

Man Bites Dog

The Addiction

Deathdream

Maniac

Anguish

White Zombie

Altered States

Phantasm

Black Sunday

Valerie and Her Week of Wonders

 

Bay of Blood

Special Mention: Manhunter

 

The Girl Who Knew Too Much

The Changeling

The Beyond

Terror at the Opera

Legend of Hell House

Gremlins

The Hour of the Wolf

Kuroneko

Sisters

 

Martin

Special Mention: Haxan

 

Dead of Night

The Reflecting Skin

Dust Devil

Night of the Creeps

Let’s Scare Jessica to Death

Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Village of the Damned

Frighteners

Cannibal Holocaust

Cronos

 

Special Mention: The Tenant

 

Funny Games

They Live

Nosferatu the Vampyre

Sleepaway Camp

Raw Meat

The Omen

The Hills Have Eyes

The Howling

In The Mouth of Madness

Alucarda, La Hija De Las Tinieblas 

Clean, Shaven

 

Special Mention: Thundercrack

 

The Exorcist III

The Brood

The Last House On The Left

Daughters of Darkness

Day of the Dead

Santa Sangre

Ringu

Poltergeist

The Mask of the Red Death

Spider-Baby

 

Special Mention: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

 

Onibaba

The Fog

I Stand Alone

Hardware

Kwaiden

Hausu

Black Christmas

It’s Alive

The Haunting

 

Cemetery Man

 

Special Mention: The Most Dangerous Game

Special Mention: Dead Ringers

 

Re-Animator

The Blair Witch Project

Dead Alive

King Kong

Threads

Carnival of Souls

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 

Near Dark

The Sixth Sense

Se7en

 

Special Mention: Shock Corridor

 

Night of the Demon

Kill, Baby… Kill! 

Repulsion

Possession

Dawn of the Dead

Alice Sweet Alice

Gojira

The Fly

Eraserhead

A Nightmare On Elm Street

 

Special Mention: Un chien andalou

 

The Devils

Invasion of the Body Snatchers

Evil Dead

God Told Me To

The Cat People

Suspiria

Deep Red

Nosferau

Vampyr

The Wicker Man

 

Special Mention: Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

 

Eyes Without A Face

Les Diaboliques

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The Innocents

Peeping Tom

Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

Don’t Look Now

Silence of the Lambs

Blue Velvet

Freaks

Jaws

Videodrome

Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn

Halloween

Aliens

An American Werewolf In London

Carrie

Bride of Frankenstein

Rosemary’s Baby

Frankenstein

Alien

The Thing

The Exorcist

The Vanishing

The Shining

The Birds

Psycho

Night of the Living Dead

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

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