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Please Report Broken Or Missing Images.The top 20 What Horror Movie Would I Recommend To You? results of 4823 participants.

Percentages indicate the frequency of the self-selected participants' top results for What Horror Movie Would I Recommend To You?.

#1 25.8%
 
The Thing (1982) - Great special effects, suspenseful plot and overall good acting.!
#2 24.9%
 
Frailty (2003) - Bill Paxton's directorial debut, it has a great plot and the acting is pretty good too!
#3 14.8%
 
Rosemary's Baby (1968) - A well made thriller with some cool (and weird) dream sequences!
#4 8.4%
 
The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari (1919) - Crazy sets and a cool plot, even though it's silent!
#5 7.8%
 
Cemetery Man (1994) - A surreal Italian zombie flick about death and love, very poetic, very cool!
#6 4.3%
 
Dog Soldiers (2002) - A fun action-horror flick which is kind of like a cross between Aliens and Night Of The Living Dead!
#7 3.8%
 
Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn (1987) - Three Stooges slapstick in a horror setting!
#8 3.8%
 
Psycho (1960) - Alfred Hitchcock's first, and best horror movie!
#9 2.9%
 
Sleepy Hollow (1999) - Inspired heavily by Mario Bava and Hammer horror films!
#10 1.6%
 
Dead Alive (1993) - A zombie comedy from Peter Jackson, it's not good taste, but it's fun!
#11 0.5%
 
Suspiria (1977) - The lighting is colorful, nightmarish and surreal, but the plot isn't too strong!
#12 0.5%
 
Jacob's Ladder (1990) - Surreal like Donnie Darko, but much better!
#13 0.2%
 
Night Of The Living Dead (1968) - More serious than it's sequel, the grandaddy of zombie films!
#14 0.2%
 
Dawn Of The Dead (1978) - A great satire on consumerism and sequel to Night Of The Living Dead!
#15 0.2%
 
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) - One of the first slashers, it doesn't play by the rules of the genre!
#16 0.2%
 
The Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954) - A fun monster movie, but the acting is pretty bad!
#17 0.1%
 
Halloween (1978) - The most popular slasher of them all, this popularized the "stalk & slash" genre!
#18 0.0%
 
Martin (1977) - An interesting character study of a boy who may or may not be a vampire!
#19 0.0%
 
Phantasm (1979) - A good surreal horror flick. There's depth underneath it all, but it's hard to understand!
#20 0.0%
 
The Wolf Man (1941) - Poetic and tragic, although Lon Chaney Jr. isn't great as The Wolf Man!

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