Best Horror Movie TitlesSometimes the best way to attract moviegoers into the theatres is to give your movie an unavoidably catchy title. While it doesn't always work, these horror movies may go on being remembered thanks to their lovably intelligent, corny, gross, or simple titles.
The Top Ten Best Horror Movie Titles
Bloody beautiful just saved our time for our bloody assignment
It's hard to make a list about horror movies without giving top billing to this all-time great horror classic (no matter what the sub-category is). It has everything from a great story, a wonderfully creepy atmosphere, brilliant writing, undeniably great directing, a great (albeit short) cast, and a snappy title to perfectly sum up the madness that is Alfred Hitchcock's 'Psycho'. The remake, on the other hand, should have been called 'Psycho... to Think This Was A Good Idea'. - BKAllmighty
It's hard to make a list about horror movies and not give top billing to Hitchcock's masterpiece (no matter what the subject is). It was brilliantly made, was a feast for the eyes and the mind, gave its audience the intensity and shock it was asking for, and was given the perfect title to sum up the madness that is Alfred Hitchcock's "PSYCHO". - BKAllmighty
Anybody who has even the slightest idea of what the movie is about will likely shake in their shorts at the very mention of the title. It's known as one of the scariest movies ever made and this catchy title has helped to engrave it into everyone's heads for decades and will surely continue to do so for decades to come. - BKAllmighty
It is so scary
Back in 1968 a lot of attention was paid to this little project. And why would it not? This was a very different time, after all, and the ratings system was all over the place. Basically five-year-olds could get in to see this when it first came out. You'd think with a title like this parents would've had enough sense to properly keep their children away from it. - BKAllmighty
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As is often the case, within and outside of this list, the simple titles make the best ones. Just say what the movie is about and you've got a classic! Actually, be careful about that. if 'Gone Girl', 'The Sixth Sense', or 'Soylent Green' went with that approach it wouldn't have worked out so well for them. - BKAllmighty
After roughly 40 years of horror movies taking place inside cabins located in the woods, it was about time someone made a movie with this title, horror, comedy, horror-comedy, or otherwise. It's made even better thanks to the fact that the movie ended up being one of the most original movies of its kind. Oh, Joss, you never let us down! - BKAllmighty
The Cabin in the woods- ha! this title is too cool...& too scaryyy
How else would you describe an alien that can turn itself into any living thing? You'll certainly have a difficult time describing its appearance. Calling it the "THING" is just about as specific as you can get. Mind you, this movie was made as a loose remake of the 1951 film "The Thing from Another World", so you can't give full credit to John Carpenter and his crew for crafting the name. However, you can give them credit for simplifying it enough to make it iconic. - BKAllmighty
While it didn't really have much of an effect when it came out in 1962, 'Carnival of Souls' has developed a cult following in recent years and is cited as a major influence of both David Lynch (Eraserhead) and George.A. Romero (The Living Dead franchise). But, easily, the best thing about this movie is the title. For horror fans, like me, this title is just overflowing with awesomeness. Maybe we'll get a remake someday. - BKAllmighty
I am deciding a title for my horror story for my assignment .the carnival of souls and the town that dreaded sundown takes my breath away
by the way I am 11 years old
This movie was given a "meta-sequel" in 2014, and was obviously given the same title as the original. You don't take a memorable name like that and throw it away. Part of its brilliance is how it could describe almost every horror movie (especially in the Slasher genre) ever made. Of course, even with its mixed critical reception, it remains a cult favorite for horror movie fans everywhere. - BKAllmighty
When your movie has been made for less than $100,000, is a parody horror-comedy, and has a bunch tomatoes acting as the antagonists, there's really no way around naming it anything else other than this. Thank goodness for that. Add the fact that it was made in the 1970's and you've got gold. You know, if rottentomatoes.com ever made a movie about itself, this would probably fit quite nicely as the title. - BKAllmighty
I'm giving the credit to the 2012 film over the 1989 film (since that one was a television film that basically no one knew about). Based on a book of the same name, 'The Woman in Black' has a title that tells us two things. One, that the bad guy (or, rather, girl) is a woman (which makes it terrifying enough), and two, that she's wearing all-black (which means she means business). Sadly she was away on business during the making of the 2015 sequel so they used a double and that's why the sequel stunk. The End. The moral of the story is to make sure your movie is as good as its title. - BKAllmighty
This movie is very intense!
This is a very hooking titles like I want to wirte my own story about that now.
It's lovely, yet, gross. It oozes with horror movie goodness. - BKAllmighty
Too boring! /:
Make it more cool like 100 times cooler
Rob Zombie really wears his heart on his sleeve. No seriously, it's on his sleeve. He cut it out and put it there. The guy's kind of intense. :P - BKAllmighty
It's mainly the music which sets the tone of this horror masterpiece.
This ain't no Peter Pumpkinhead neither. - BKAllmighty
Amazing story and good to read
The best name for a hilarious horror comedy