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Essential Horror Movies you need to View

Amazon is having their annual Halloween sale and there are some a true horror fan should be made aware of. I bring them to your attention because it is Horror Month at Film-Book dot Com, most if not all of them are horror classics and they are low priced. This month Amazon has horror DVDs for $4.99 or Less, $6.99 or Less, $9.99 or Less and all 4 SAWs for less than $30. Here are your Essential Horror Movie View List. These are all films that I have personally viewed and/or own to any horror lover. If I’ve left any notables out that you think should be on the list, let me know. (Note: I found some lower prices at HKFlix and substituted those prices were applicable.) Funny Games (Original), The Last House on the Left, Torso, Cannibal Holocaust, The Exorcist, Rosemary’s Baby, The Omen, Black Christmas (Original), The Shining, Halloween (Original), The Fly (remake), Ringu, Ju-on: The Grudge, Audition, The Blob (remake), The Eye (Original), The Hills Have Eyes (remake), The Stepfather, Suspiria, Versus: Director’s Cut, [REC], The Orphanage, Hostel: Director’s Cut, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, Feast, Ichi the Killer, Wrong Turn 2, Alien, Aliens: Director’s Cut, Eyes Without a Face, May, The Thing, Suicide Club, Cujo, The Mist, Cloverfield, Sleepaway Camp, Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Predator, Haute Tension and From Hell.

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  • I’ve picked up a lot of the Something Weird line over there: Carnival of Souls, Blood Red, Two Thousand Maniacs, etc. They’re a little cheesy, but there’s some great gore scenes too.

  • I’ve picked up a lot of the Something Weird line over there: Carnival of Souls, Blood Red, Two Thousand Maniacs, etc. They’re a little cheesy, but there’s some great gore scenes too.

  • For good gore I stick with The Thing.

  • For good gore I stick with The Thing.

  • Glad to see Leslie Vernon and May made your list! A few of those I haven’t seen. I’m actually working my way through all teh Friday the 13th’s again. I need to rent Cloverfield very soon.

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  • Glad to see Leslie Vernon and May made your list! A few of those I haven’t seen. I’m actually working my way through all teh Friday the 13th’s again. I need to rent Cloverfield very soon.

    Reel Whores last blog post..Trailer Trash: The October 24th Quickie

  • I like Vernon way more than May. Put the ones you haven’t seen in your NetFlix queue. Start with: Haute Tension, Sleep away Camp and Funny Games (the original) and The Orphanage.

  • I like Vernon way more than May. Put the ones you haven’t seen in your NetFlix queue. Start with: Haute Tension, Sleep away Camp and Funny Games (the original) and The Orphanage.

  • Sleepaway Camp is on my NFQ. Should add the original Funny Games. Since the others, Haute Tension was an ultra-intense film. Vernon is better than May but they’re both so unique.

    Reel Whores last blog post..MMM: A Graveyard Smash!

  • Sleepaway Camp is on my NFQ. Should add the original Funny Games. Since the others, Haute Tension was an ultra-intense film. Vernon is better than May but they’re both so unique.

    Reel Whores last blog post..MMM: A Graveyard Smash!

  • Glad to hear it.

    I just reviewed Funny Games (1997). Check it out: http://film-book.com/review-funny-games-1997/

    Haute Tension is one of my all time favorites.

  • Glad to hear it.

    I just reviewed Funny Games (1997). Check it out: http://film-book.com/review-funny-games-1997/

    Haute Tension is one of my all time favorites.

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