Many of you are preparing for the thrill of Halloween on Monday October 31, decorating your house with creepy ghoul creatures, carving pumpkins and buying tons of candy to pass out, nevertheless it’s all in the tradition of fun,   parties, costumes and getting free candy. In the spirit of Halloween thisandthatblog has chosen five horror movies that left you never wanting to go canoeing in a lake, fall asleep, or drift off a main road to use a short cut. There was so many to choose from somehow we narrowed it down to five.

  1. 1.   “The Chainsaw Massacre” (1974) not the remakes but the original. Pure classic horror who could ever forget leather face and grandpa. If you haven’t seen the original you were not reallly scared.          http://www.imdb.com/video/imdblink/vi3296855065/

        2.“The Exorcist” (1973) I don’t know about you guys, but that movie scared the hell out of me, till              day I can’t watch that movie alone. I don’t care how many times you watch the exorcist it scares the hell out of you.   Watch the head turn.    http://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi2806357017/

3. “Friday the 13th” (1980) Let’s not count out the original movie, you know Jason scared you and his mother, need I say more.  I know the sequels that followed sucked, but the first one had you jumping in your seat.

4. “Nightmare on Elm Street” (1984) All I have to say is Freddie Krueger, please! Don’t fall asleep, the first Elm Street had you curious and on edge the ones that followed were pure comedy, with a hint of horror http://www.imdb.com/video/screenplay/vi2914255129/

Hell Raiser (1987) Pinhead in his minions “will tear your soul apart.” How scary was Pinhead?

What would you add to list? Share your thoughts!!

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  1. ryunosuketsukue says:

    Great List! They are all great horror films, Hellraiser is one of my personal favourites but if i was doing the list, i would have to put for sure, “The Thing” from John Carpenter, i love that movie.

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