The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Not really horror, but no one who knows me should be the least bit surprised. The movie is fun and out there, and it always puts a smile on my face.
IT. One of the movies I return to often, and I’m talking the original TV miniseries version with Tim Curry. When Hurricane Michael knocked out our Internet and we were left scrounging through piles of DVDs, IT was left on for a nearly 24-hour loop.
The House on Haunted Hill (1959). If you call yourself a horror fan, you need to see this and as much of Vincent Price’s filmography as possible. Price’s wonderful, warm, hammy quality makes you adore him, and The House on Haunted Hill captures him at his Priciest.
Sinister. The newest flick on my list was released in 2012 and takes on a dark concept that hasn’t been beaten to death. A strong, original storyline accented by an amazingly creepy score.
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