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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!

Tim Burton's Favorite Movies

Ever wonder where Tim Burton's fantastically dark style originates from; explore the auteur's influences with this collection of his favorite films, incorporating such reliable Burton staples as pitch black gothic horror and excellent stop-motion animation.

'Movies Like The Wicker Man': Chilling Cult Nightmares

Sorry to have to spell it out like that, but it's so damn easy to confuse these films with cult horror. So, just to be clear, this collection features movies with 'relatively small groups of people having religious beliefs or practices regarded by others as strange or sinister' not films that have 'small but active fan followings'. Savvy?

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.

'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.

'Movies Like Witchfinder General': Best of British Folk-Horror

A specific trend in British horror during the 60s and 70s, which played on urban stereotypes of the rural British population as uneducated, superstitious bumpkins. We've collected the very best of the genre right here for your viewing pleasure!

'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'.

'Movies Like Rosemary's Baby': Classic Religious Horrors

Witches, demons, and anti-christs (now that's a terrifying plural): enjoy this collection of classic Religious horror movies, including 'Rosemary's Baby', 'The Wicker Man', and, of course, 'The Excorcist'! The major takeaway: someone invites you to play ouija with them - suggest monopoly instead!

Christopher Lee Horror

One of the most prolific actors of his generation, Christopher Lee acted in 100s movies over a span of 60 years. Typically playing villains, he found his true calling in gothic horror productions such as 'The Wicker Man' and 'Horror of Dracula'. Although today's generation probably knows him best as Saruman. Bloody youngsters.

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