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  1. Films mentioned on The Uncanny Archive's icon

    Films mentioned on The Uncanny Archive

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Films mentioned on the great FB page The Uncanny Archive ex. The Ethereal & Uncanny
  2. Spooky Autumn Horror Fest's icon

    Spooky Autumn Horror Fest

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0.
  3. My Favorite Dark Films's icon

    My Favorite Dark Films

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. My favorite dark films of all times.
  4. TIFF's Midnight Madness Award Nominations's icon

    TIFF's Midnight Madness Award Nominations

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0.
  5. Parade's Samuel R. Murrian's Have the Most Horrifying Halloween at Home with the 151 Best Horror Movies of All Time, Ranked (2020)'s icon

    Parade's Samuel R. Murrian's Have the Most Horrifying Halloween at Home with the 151 Best Horror Movies of All Time, Ranked (2020)

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. Parade Magazines ranked list of the best horror movies.
  6. pegs404's horror & sci-fi favs's icon

    pegs404's horror & sci-fi favs

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. no particular order, & i'm not a genre purist.
  7. Mad Movies Magazine's 100 Films de Genre à (Re)Découvrir's icon

    Mad Movies Magazine's 100 Films de Genre à (Re)Découvrir

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. Mad Movies is a French cinema magazine created in 1972 and specializing from its inception in fantastic cinema. It deals with all trends in genre cinema: fantasy, science fiction, horror and thriller. "Mad movies - 100 films de genre à (re)découvrir: le guide ultra libre d'un magazine culte" is a book released in 2019. A festive and pioneering guide far from the expected best of, and which, through completely new texts, sees itself as the ideal companion or the hoped-for trigger of a curious, juvenile and decompartmentalized cinephilia. The book is organized by 10 categories: Slashers (1-8) Post-Apocalypse (9-18) Zombies (19-27) Vampires (28-37) Serial Killers (38-46) What the Fuck (47-55) Diabolic (56-64) Phantoms (65-76) Sci-fi (77-86) Monsters (87-100)
  8. The Best Norwegian Horror Movies's icon

    The Best Norwegian Horror Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0.
  9. Christmas Horror's icon

    Christmas Horror

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. My favourite Christmas horror films.
  10. Sci Fi flix's icon

    Sci Fi flix

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Sci Fi i've loved mixed with some that I want to watch. This list might have a lot of underwater "sea creature" horror as well that i've lumped in. (sorry)
  11. Indiewire's 15 Terrifying Foreign Horror Films on Netflix to Keep You Up at Night's icon

    Indiewire's 15 Terrifying Foreign Horror Films on Netflix to Keep You Up at Night

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0.
  12. ScreenRant: 10 Underrated Horror Movies from the 2000s's icon

    ScreenRant: 10 Underrated Horror Movies from the 2000s

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The 2000s is an underrated year for horror cinema, and these 10 movies prove it's worth a short trip to the past for some worthwhile scares.
  13. LiveAbout's 13 Chilling Horror Anime Series and Films You Need to Watch's icon

    LiveAbout's 13 Chilling Horror Anime Series and Films You Need to Watch

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. "When you're looking for a good scare, think about checking out anime series and films. You'll discover a chilling universe of vampires, bogeymen, urban legends, and demons from beyond. Of course, there are a few ghosts and zombies to be found as well. Note that many of these are suggested for teens and up. A few are definitely for mature audiences only."
  14. ReelRundown's Top 10 Best Horror Anime's icon

    ReelRundown's Top 10 Best Horror Anime

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. "If you’re looking for spooks, scares, and blood-curdling scenarios, then one thing or another, you’re looking for Horror Anime. In the Anime world, there’s only just a handful bunch of shows wherein the word “horror” comes true to its name. Most of the time, anime shows with extreme monstrosities, blood, and gore are already considered as horror. But, as particular as I am with that, I can’t just accept all of those as such without them proving themselves with some horrifying redeeming qualities. That is why here on this list, I’m assembling the Top 10 Best Horror Anime based on how scary and creepy they really are and how they pass my taste for chills and shivers. Actually, making this list is quite difficult for me because there really are just a few horror anime shows that are really…um…dreadful."
  15. TV Overmind's The Top 20 Horror Anime of All-Time's icon

    TV Overmind's The Top 20 Horror Anime of All-Time

    Favs/dislikes: 2:1. "Some of the best stories ever told have been in anime (Japanese cartoons). They come in all sorts of genres, including comedy, drama, and thrillers. These cartoons are popular all over the world for their incredible art style and in-depth stories that they offer. Whether you are looking for a playful or serious story – and one that is as fantastical or realistic as you want it to be – there is likely an anime out there for you. A lot of anime fans would find it hard to choose a single favorite anime. They have so much variety between them that one may be a person’s favorite in one category, whereas another is their favorite in a different category. This makes it pretty hard to determine which anime is the best objectively. Plus, it is a very personal decision, making it subjective by nature. One of the more interesting genres appreciated by anime connoisseurs is the horror anime genre. The fact that it is drawn art makes it very easy to introduce some disturbing, fantastical, and implausible themes without stretching a budget or running into similar issues. There is a huge variety of horror anime out there today – it even has a few subgenres of its own. If you are looking for a new show to watch, you might want to consider an anime. Horror fans will appreciate watching a few of these Japanese cartoons. Whether you have seen an anime before or not, you might want to check out the following list of the Top Twenty Horror Anime Series of All-Time."
  16. Thrillist's The 33 Freakiest Horror Anime of All Time's icon

    Thrillist's The 33 Freakiest Horror Anime of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. "Just as there are masterpieces and real stinkers with spooky TV shows and movies, the same can be said of Japanese anime. Luckily, horror is one area where the medium excels beautifully. With Halloween right around the corner, we've rounded up the most spine-tingling, terrifying anime series the industry has to offer. From Hellsing to When They Cry, there's something for everyone on this list, from anime newcomers to those who've watched all 900+ episodes of One Piece. Grab a change of underwear and a flashlight, because you're about to take a deep dive into the best horror anime series of all time."
  17. Fandom's 13 Must-See Scary Anime Movies's icon

    Fandom's 13 Must-See Scary Anime Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. "Halloween and blood go together like Jason Voorhees and Camp Crystal Lake. And while the aforementioned are pretty terrifying, the anime movies listed here will scare both the living daylights and nightlights out of you. Movies that stay with you after you’ve watched them are are a true hallmark of a great spooky anime. So, here are some anime movies that fans and non-fans alike should watch this Halloween."
  18. Paste's A Century of Terror: The 100 Best Horror Movies of the Last 100 Years (2019)'s icon

    Paste's A Century of Terror: The 100 Best Horror Movies of the Last 100 Years (2019)

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. Jim Vorel chooses the best horror film for each year of the past century, from 1920 to 2019, as well as running down the runners-up. 1-100 are the best films of each year, 101-858 are the honorable mentions.
  19. Gothic Cinema Filmography (Routledge Film Guidebooks) (2020)'s icon

    Gothic Cinema Filmography (Routledge Film Guidebooks) (2020)

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. Unranked. By Xavier Aldana Reyes. Arguing for the need to understand Gothic cinema as an aesthetic mode, this book explores its long history, from its transitional origins in phantasmagoria shows and the first ‘trick’ films to its postmodern fragmentation in the Gothic pastiches of Tim Burton. This groundbreaking book is the first thorough chronological, transhistorical and transnational study of Gothic cinema, ideal for both new and seasoned scholars, as well as those with a wider interest in the Gothic.
  20. RollingStone's 60 Greatest Horror Movies of the 21st Century (2019)'s icon

    RollingStone's 60 Greatest Horror Movies of the 21st Century (2019)

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. Ranked. From topical zombie apocalypses to retro-slasher flicks, Rolling Stone chooses the best scary movies since the turn of the millennium. Compiled by Charles Bramesco, Jovanka Vuckovic, Sam Zimmerman, Scott Tobias, Noel Murray, Tim Grierson, Sam Adams, David Fear, Kory Grow, Sean T. Collins & Dan Epstein .
  21. The Telegraph's The 70 best horror movies of all time (2019)'s icon

    The Telegraph's The 70 best horror movies of all time (2019)

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. The 70 best horror movies ever made, as chosen by The Telegraph's writers, in chronological order.
  22. European Nightmares - Horror Cinema in Europe since 1945 - Filmography (2012)'s icon

    European Nightmares - Horror Cinema in Europe since 1945 - Filmography (2012)

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. Edited by Patricia Allmer, David Huxley and Emily Brick. This volume is the first edited collection of essays focusing on European horror cinema from 1945 to the present. It features new contributions by distinguished international scholars exploring British, French, Spanish, Italian, German and Northern European and Eastern European horror cinema. The essays employ a variety of current critical methods of analysis, ranging from psychoanalysis and Deleuzean film theory to reception theory and historical analysis. The complete volume offers a major resource on post-war European horror cinema, with in-depth studies of such classic films as Seytan (Turkey, 1974), Suspiria (Italy, 1977), Switchblade Romance (France, 2003), and Taxidermia (Hungary, 2006).
  23. B Horror Movies's icon

    B Horror Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. list of b horror films to watch
  24. To-Watch Horror's icon

    To-Watch Horror

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0.
  25. When Animals Attack: The 70 Best Horror Movies with Killer Animals's icon

    When Animals Attack: The 70 Best Horror Movies with Killer Animals

    Favs/dislikes: 10:0. "The definitive horror movie guide for fans of killer animals and “revenge of nature” films. When Animals Attack: The 70 Best Horror Movies with Killer Animals provides a fascinating and entertaining insight into the cinematographic world of animals on the rampage. From well-known predators such as sharks and lions to unusual killing machines like turkeys, elephants, frogs, cats, and rabbits, there is no shortage of the species on display in this book. Leading horror writers and filmmakers present their favorite “animals attack” films through in-depth essays. Some of the films are touching, some are repulsive, and some are just plain silly. Not all of these horror movies line up with the critical consensus, yet they have one thing in common: they have made the heart of the writer beat faster with excitement."
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