Basketcase is funny. I put it on par with like Pumpkinhead. Tremors is a cult classic & please believe I own that bitch on DVD but it's not horror at all. I've actually never heard of Dead & Buried, I don't believe...
Here's the list with all the fluff/pictures cut out from the note:
13. Creepshow (1982) 12. Halloween (1978) 11. The Omen (1976) 10. Poltergeist (1982) 9. The Shining (1980)
8. An American Werewolf in London (1981) 7. Jaws (1975) 6. Alien (1979) 5. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
4. The Amityville Horror (1979) 3. The Exorcist (1973) 2. John Carpenter's The Thing (1982) 1. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) My parents let me watch this when I was very, very small, lol. I don't remember much but looking back on it I can't believe it...
Other than this list, which is my favorites, some others that I would recommend, as they're classics:
House on Haunted Hill (1959) Child's Play (1988)
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
The Blob (1988) <-- Always wanted to watch it, never got around to it. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)
Phantasm II (1988)
Waxwork (1988) Silver Bullet (1985)
Fire in the Sky (1993)
The Pit & The Pendulum (1961)
SO I edited your post with the movies I have watched. Gonna run it past my brother but I'm almost certain he hasn't seen any of them save for Alien, Friday the 13th, Child's Play and The Nightmare on Elm Street.
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777 mentioned it & although I own both Hellraiser & Hellbound on DVD, I'm not a Clive Barker fan at all. I own them because of the make-up work, which was something I was interested in for a long time. Movie special effects & make-up.
Random Tidbit: The Chatterer Cenobite, when the Cenobites show up in Kirsty's room, puts her in the Mandible Claw. I always wanted to ask Mick Foley if that's where he got it from.
I don't came here to much but, yeah horror movies.
Some more you should see:
Suspiria - Dario Argento
The Beyond - Lucio Fulci
Freaks - Tod Browning
Nosferatu - both, the original from Murnau and the Herzog Remake are great
Kwaidan - Masaki Kobayashi
Martin - George Romero
In the Mouth of madness - John Carpenter
The other - Robert Muligan
Cat people - Jacques Tourneur
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? - Robert Aldrich
I can came with more xD
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