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Horror Movie Hall-of-Fame

Only the genre's greatest masterpieces feature in our list of horror classics, with everything from Stephen King's 'The Shining', to 'The Exorcist', 'Wicker Man', and the original 'Texas Chainsaw'. Slashers, supernatural, and psychological - this collection has it all!

Donald Sutherland Movies

God bless the Sutherland family for providing us with two generations of stellar actors. Although probably best recognized as the evil president in 'The Hunger Games', Sutherland's acting career stretches back to the 60s and features such classics as 'The Eagle has Landed' and 'Kentucky Fried Movie'.

Best 70s Horror Movies

Known as the slasher's heyday, the 70s has a lot to offer horror-hounds, and we've collected the cream of the crop. Check out 'The Other' for a suitably creepy hidden-gem featuring a set of twins on an isolated farm; one seems like a norma little boy, the other... not so much.

Best Movies Based on Du Maurier

Dame Daphne Du Maurier produced an eclectic set of short stories and novels, infused with romance, gothic themes, and the paranormal.

'Movies Like The Game': Classic Psychological Thrillers

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. From anything by Hitchcock to 'The Game', increase your heart rate with these classic thrillers. Nothing might happen until the end, but boy, will you be on the edge of your seat the whole time.

Best 70s Thrillers

Only the very best thrillers from the 1970s have made it on to this collection, including Jack Nicholson's neo-noir masterpice 'Chinatown' and Robert De Niro's dark psychological character-study 'Taxi Driver'!

'Movies Like An American Werewolf in London': Classic British Horror

Observe well-mannered victims meet their grizzly ends with a stiff (if bloody) upper lip in these classic British horror classics, including the slightly comedic crowdpleaser 'An American Werewolf in London' and the intensely bizarre 'The Ambominable Dr. Phibes'.

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