Wouldn’t You Like to See Something Strange: 13 Horror Movies to Watch (Part 1)

horror movie collage - tyoh

Darlings, I just happened across this list by BlackArtFilm of 13 Movies to Watch for Halloween.  For those of you out there that watch as many horror films as I do, it was refreshing to see a list that so heavily featured films I hadn’t seen before.  Here’s the first six films (part 1) – how many can you recognize without peeking?

How many could you guess so far?  I have to admit, kittens: my score could have been better.  But I have the first film queued up to watch as soon as I post this!  Ready to peek at the list?  I’d love to know which ones you’ve already seen!

1. House (1977) – Director: Nobuhiko Ôbayashi
2. Trick ‘r Treat (2007) – Director: Michael Dougherty
3. Suspiria (1977) – Director: Dario Argento
4. Frailty (2001) – Director: Bill Paxton
5. Epitaph (2007) – Directors: Beom-sik Jeong, Jeong Sik
6. The House of the Devil (2009) – Director: Ti West

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10 replies

  1. I have not seen 1 or 5 – the other four I loved – well, I didn’t love Trick r Treat that much.

  2. Number one, House (Hausu) is art-damaged surrealism. And I don’t mean that as a put-down, it’s just really damn weird. Saw it once and still haven’t up my mind what I thought. The movie kinda does that, ha ha ha. I haven’t seen Suspiria, but some of his other works and IMO Argento is an acquired taste.

  3. Suspiria’s not scary but it is pretty. I’m so excited that the only one I haven’t seen is the last one. Epitaph is beautiful but it’s a trilogy of stories which can occasionally drag somewhat. I did quite like it though. And yes, House is one of the freakin weirdest films I’ve ever seen, along with Horrors of Malformed Men.

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