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It had like 1jump scare but not scary at all by far
A truly classic haunting story, genuinely scary. Should be much, much higher on the list!
Tony Todd played the roll of Candyman brilliantly. The soundtrack was also great.
I love this film. However, it's very contemptable that Trevor is seeing a student behind Helen's back. And isn't she kind of young for him anyway? Well, Helen does get her revenge at the end when Trevor says her name 5 times in the bathroom mirror.
Creepy and awesome, gave me a few creepy thoughts...V1 Comment
Arguably better than the 1931 original. The Bride of Frankenstein humanizes the monster making him more sympathetic to the audience. Whale brings in a sense of style, humor, and religious iconography. Let's not forget that in Mary Shelley's classic novel, the creature reads Milton's Paradise Lost. My favorite line is at the end when the monster points to Dr. Praetorius and says, "You stay, we belong dead."
A classic. The film that moved the horror fantasy film into the 20th century. Stupendous performances by Karloff and Elsa Lanchester and the most memorable Ernest Thesiger as Dr Pretorious. Fantastic!V1 Comment
Suspenseful in an almost-too realistic way...
The scariest part to me was when he went into the little girl you wouldn't want to mess with her
Scary as hell. Have to watch film!
Pretty scary for me. It made my sister get scared and she run out of the house running like a little kid.V3 Comments
Voo Doo, zombies and a guys balls getting nailed to a chair. Now thats scary, not to mention this is a true story. - lapana
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2. Last House On the Left (1972)
2. The Ninth Gate
3. The Bride of Frankenstein
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