John Dies at the End 2012 Dir. Tobe Hooper
The Prestige 2006 Dir. Christopher Nolan
The Fearless Vampire Killers 1967 Dir. Roman Polanski
I don’t really know what to say about this film. It’s not completely a horror movie, nor is it entirely a comedy, at least not the slapstick affair that American distributers promoted. I’ve heard that the film’s director, Roman Polanski, hoped to create a fairy tale with this film. and that might be the only way to view it.
Dawn of the Dead 2004 Dir. Zack Snyder
REC 2007 Dir. Jaume Balagueró
Dog Soldiers 2002 Dir Neil Marshall
I love discussing the high art of the horror film, but sometimes, it’s good to just geek out over a good old-fashioned creature feature, and Dog Soldiers certainly delivers.
Lords of Salem 2012 Dir. Rob Zombie
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge Dir. Jack Sholder
It was Halloween in 2007, and my friends and I had gathered at my then girlfriend’s apartment to watch horror films. The films we had in the house didn't seem to tantalize anyone, so an expedition to the video store was made (this was back before Netflix). It being Halloween, the local Hollywood Video was cleaned out, so my sister brought back one of the few horror films she could find. This movie was A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge.
#30 Cabin in the Woods 2012 Dir. Drew Goddard
#31 Near Dark 1987 Dir. Kathryn Bigelow