Halloween is just about a week away, which means you still have a week to watch as many scary movies as you can! It’s never a bad time to revisit some spooky classics, and there are some that are simply to die for.
I found a Top 25 list on USA Today, and I agree with most of it. Here’s are the top 10:
- “The Bride of Frankenstein” (1935):In this two-for-one spook fest, Boris Karloff reprises his role as Frankenstein’s Monster and Elsa Lanchester is his lightning-zapped hair bride.
- “Night of the Living Dead” (1968):Without this George Romero original, you wouldn’t have “Walking Dead.”
- “The Exorcist” (1973): Linda Blair’s iconic performance as a possessed girl with the mouth of a sailor.
- “Jaws” (1975): Stephen Spielberg’s original summer blockbuster about a killer shark, without which we may not have Shark Week.
- “Halloween” (1978): John Carpenter’s ultimate slasher starring second generation scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis.
- “The Shining” (1980): Jack Nicholson axes through a door and delivers his classic line “Here’s Johnny!” in this classic adaptation of Stephen King’s novel.
- “Little Shop of Horrors” (1986):It’s part musical, part horror movie, for one frightfully good time.
- “Scream” (1996): Wes Craven’s slasher starring Drew Barrymore is the perfect Halloween date night pick.
- “American Psycho” (2000): Christian Bale is equal parts handsome and terrifying in this 80s-set adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ book.
- “Get Out” (2017): Jordan Peele’s directorial debut that takes on racial issues in a way that’s changed the scary movie game.
- My own addition to the list... the original Omen (1976) freaked me out when I was a kid, and I still love it today. Meet Damien...The seed of the Devil... born to a jackal. Bwahahaha! Gregory Peck and Lee Remick are awesome. (To this day, I don't trust anyone named Damien!) Check out the trailer below.
Check out the full listHERE.Watch if you dare! Photo: Getty Images. Video: YouTube