Absolutely fantastic post. You should put all those films in a Letterboxd list! I’ll do it if you rather not do the extra work on top of this already amazing effort. I was about to ask in our other discussion if you had a Letterboxd account; definitely drop your profile here, would gladly follow you. Nice! Yeah, that can be tedious; they have an import feature from IMDB, but I believe it’s still a paid feature. I pay for the site cause I use it daily and I love the stats and stuff Bigfoot Walking Dog Believer Novelty T-Shirt comes with the subscription, but I can understand someone just joining up maybe not wanting to dive in that hard haha. Oh wow, I lucked out, the import feature is free for a limited time. That saved me so much work.
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I’ve put a lot of work into this list and have added a ton of new movies to it, as well as switched my top films for different years. i was limited to the 40k character limit so I Bigfoot Walking Dog Believer Novelty T-Shirt to cut some descriptions but you can view the full list here as well as all the ones that didn’t make the cut! Any films that I’ve missed out on? Angry about any of my choices? Want to complain that something isn’t horror? Looking forward to hearing from y’all! Yes! I love the F13 franchise even though, to me at least, a lot of the movies aren’t “good”. I did recently re-watch F13: The Final Friday and thought it was actually pretty great though, that will be on next year’s updated list, along with 30 Days of Night.
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Honestly, I haven’t seen this many horror movies. But every choice per year Bigfoot Walking Dog Believer Novelty T-Shirt I’ve seen was one of my favorites. NoES, Alien, In the Mouth of Madness, the Conjuring…. All amazing. Great list. Amazing work, man. You reminded me of how stacked 2003 was. A lot of my favorite horrors from the past 2 decades are from that year. I think what makes a great horror film is just focus and originality. Not every movie needs to break new ground but I enjoy it when I see films that excel in story or visuals, special effects, acting, pacing, etc. The best films seem to do it all. I think the slasher genre just sort of burned itself out. With that being said, there still have been some great modern slashers. Check out (2014) The Town That Dreaded Sundown. As for our own modern-day Freddy or Jason, I’d say Jigsaw is a good example of that.