Horror Films That I Love to Watch Each Year in October

First off, Happy Halloween to my dear readers and second, I would love to share with you all a list of horror films that I love to watch during the month of October. Now these are not the only horror films that I love, these are just the ones I love to watch during the aforementioned month. Anyway, enjoy the list below πŸ™‚

Horror Films that I love to watch during the month of October (in chronological order)

  1. Cat People (1942) (Dir: Jacques Tourneur)
  2. The Ghost Ship (1943) (Dir: Mark Robson)
  3. I Walked with a Zombie (1943) (Dir: Jacques Tourneur)
  4. The Leopard Man (1943) (Dir: Jacques Tourneur)
  5. The Seventh Victim (1943) (Dir: Mark Robson)
  6. The Curse of the Cat People (1944) (Dir: Robert Wise)
  7. The Body Snatcher (1945) (Dir: Robert Wise)
  8. Dead of Night (1945) (Dir: Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden and Robert Hamer)
    (Anthology)
  9. Isle of the Dead (1945) (Dir: Mark Robson)
  10. Bedlam (1946) (Dir: Mark Robson)
  11. The Birds (1963) (Dir: Alfred Hitchcock)
  12. Night of the Living Dead (1968) (Dir: George A. Romero)
  13. Shivers (1975) (Dir: David Cronenberg)
    (a.k.a. They Came from Within)
  14. Eraserhead (1977) (Dir: David Lynch)
  15. Rabid (1977) (Dir: David Cronenberg)
  16. Dawn of the Dead (1978) (Dir: George A. Romero)
  17. Halloween (1978) (Dir: John Carpenter)
  18. The Brood (1979) (Dir: David Cronenberg)
  19. An American Werewolf in London (1981) (Dir: John Landis)
  20. The Evil Dead (1981) (Dir: Sam Raimi)
  21. The Thing (1982) (Dir: John Carpenter)
  22. Re-Animator (1985) (Dir: Stuart Gordon)
  23. The Fly (1986) (Dir: David Cronenberg)
  24. From Beyond (1986) (Dir: Stuart Gordon)
  25. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986) (Dir: John McNaughton)
    (Not released theatrically until 1990)
  26. Evil Dead II (1987) (Dir: Sam Raimi)
  27. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992) (Dir: David Lynch)
  28. Cronos (1993) (Dir: Guillermo del Toro)
  29. The Devil’s Backbone (2001) (Dir: Guillermo del Toro)
  30. Shaun of the Dead (2004) (Dir: Edgar Wright)
  31. Let the Right One In (2008) (Dir: Tomas Alfredson)
  32. The Babadook (2014) (Dir: Jennifer Kent)
  33. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014) (Dir: Ana Lily Amirpour)
  34. Raw (2016) (Dir: Julia Ducournau)
  35. Midsommar (2019) (Dir: Ari Aster)

8 thoughts on “Horror Films That I Love to Watch Each Year in October

  1. I have seen all of those except Midsommar. Not a fan of The Birds, as it didn’t scare me at all. And Rod Taylor was a hopeless actor. I never understood why he got so many roles. The Babadook was a huge disapointment for me. I wrote a review of it on my blog telling everyone why I didn’t like it. Most people love it though, so maybe it’s just me. πŸ™‚
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. By the way, the film that scared me the most was ‘Ringu’, the original Japanese film, not the sequels or remakes. I have never watched it again. πŸ™‚

  3. Several on there I like a lot: The Birds, of course, Shaun of the Dead, American Werewolf in London–so much fun–and, yeah, The Thing.
    Definitely have to look into some of the other ones we have NOT seen. A lot of them!

    Hey, did you happen to see and/or like these: Mama, 30 Days of NIght, Hereditary (maybe the ending kinda sucked, but 3/4ths really good, and of course, Toni Collette…need I say more?) The Witch, The Lighthouse (if you don’t mind feeling like you’re on mushrooms) and The Sixth Sense (even though I hate everything else he ever did, lol)

  4. I recently watched Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer again. It’s a fantastic movie. First time I saw it I was amazed at how good it was, but so deeply disturbed by it that I vowed I would never watch it again. This time, it wasn’t as disturbing. Still great.

  5. What makes Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer so disturbing lies in it’s refusal to treat it’s serial killer with sympathy or camp value. In other words, the complete opposite of the vastly overrated Silence of the Lambs. Anyway, thanks for dropping by πŸ™‚

  6. Sixth Sense is good, I need to rewatch Mama and 30 Days of Night though. I do love Hereditary, The Witch and The Lighthouse though πŸ™‚ Anyway, thanks for dropping by πŸ™‚

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