What’s your favorite scary movie? (29 photos)


Hey Berries,

We know there are too many good movies to fit into a post. But this list is a start. We would like to know what your favorite horror film is! (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre above) Let the comments begin...

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Megan Resig

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  • Tiger

    Halloween, The Shining, The Serpent and the Rainbow, Hell Raiser, and Saw

  • mali_sapun

    Shutter (original) and Martyrs

  • Neztra

    #2 #8 #12 #18 #26 I love scary movies. Not too big on gore for the sake of showing lots of blood and guts, but more the atmosphere of a good movie that keeps you on the edge of your seat.

  • Jables

    i love horror movies but have yet to find any that scare me… spanish horrors are good like those by Guillermo Del Toro (# 7) and Japanese ones like Ju On. I also enjoyed Let the Right One In which is what I believe to be the first Swedish horror I've seen but then America decided to have a go with Let Me In which I admit I haven't seen but the ads put me right off it. Some of the classics are alright for their time but they're not scary for today's audience. Others have a good concept like Saw, Dead End and Final Destination. The Paranormal Activity series had such a good, original idea but screwed it up by making too many un-scary sequels. 1408 is one of my faves, again mostly for the concept and originality in that it's not all about the blood and guts and more about psychologically screwing you over. Others are just complete balls and should never have been made i.e: the mist, the fog wrong turn, insidious, last house on the left, the devil inside, well, too many to actually count lol! … :)

  • Gypsy618

    Good call on In the Mouth of Madness!

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