Today, I want to share something with you – a list of 34 horror movies I’ve loved since I was born in 1972. There would have been a LOT more in this list, but the rules of the meme (and the reason to share this list with you) requires I give no more than 25, so I’m already WAY over the limit.
The brainchild of this meme is Bish Denham, who did so to celebrate eight years of blogging.
Here rules were:
All you have to do is sign up in the linky thingy below, grab the banner, and make a list. I suggest you keep your list to between 5 and 25 items long. We’ll visit each other on October 26th.
You can list whatever you feel like (except for adult type content). That’s it! Of course, if you’d like to help spread the word, I’m not going to fuss at you.
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So, without further ado, here’s my list:
NOTE: I tried to shrink it to 25, but this is as small as I could make it – don’t hate me!
- The Last House on the Left (1972, Written and Directed by Wes Craven)
- The Exorcist (1973, Directed by William Freidkin)
- Jaws (1975, Directed by Steven Spielberg)
- The Omen (1976, Director by Richard Donner)
- Carrie (1976, Directed by Brian De Palma)
- The Hills Have Eyes (1977, Written and Directed by Wes Craven)
- Halloween (1978, Directed by John Carpenter)
- Dawn of the Dead (1978, Written and Directed by George A. Romero)
- Alien (1979, Directed by Ridley Scott)
- The Amityville Horror (1979, Directed by Stuart Rosenberg)
- Salem’s Lot (1979, Directed by Tobe Hooper)
- The Shining (1980, Directed by Stanley Kubrick)
- Friday the 13th (1980, Directed by Sean S. Cunningham)
- The Evil Dead (1981, Directed by Sam Raimi)
- An American Werewolf in London (1981, Written and Directed by John Landis)
- The Howling (1981, Directed by Joe Dante)
- Halloween 2 (1981, Directed by Rick Rosenthal)
- Poltergeist (1982, Directed by Tobe Hooper)
- Return of the Living Dead (1985, Written and Directed by Dan O’Bannon)
- Day of the Dead (1985, Written and Directed by George A. Romero)
- Aliens (1986, Directed by James Cameron)
- Silence of the Lambs (1991, Directed by Jonathan Demme)
- Misery (1990, Directed by Rob Reiner)
- Jacobs’ Ladder (1990, Directed by Adrian Lyne)
- Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992, Directed by Francis Ford Coppola)
- Interview With The Vampire (1994, Directed by Neil Jordan)
- The Ring (2002, Directed by Gore Verbinski)
- 28 Days Later (2002, Directed by Danny Boyle)
- Shaun of the Dead (2004, Directed by Edgar Wright)
- The Descent (2005, Directed by Neil Marshall)
- Let Me In (2010, Directed by Matt Reeves)
- The Woman in Black (2012, Directed by James Watkins)
- The Cabin in the Woods (2012, Directed by Drew Goddard)
- The Conjuring (2013, Directed by James Wan)
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