The Blair Witch Project
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Kubrick's masterful adaptation of the Stephen King book is both a creepy thriller and a parade of arresting set pieces.
Current Score:
278
Total Votes:
482
2
Hitchcock's iconic shower scene may be the most famous, but this thriller is packed with a series of stunning shots.
Current Score:
275
Total Votes:
413
3
William Friedkin lets the anxiety build to a fever pitch, until even a shot of a plain white door takes on an awful significance.
Current Score:
209
Total Votes:
387
4
Max Schreck's Count Orlok may be ugly, but this movie's clever angular shots and poetic feel are anything but.
Current Score:
129
Total Votes:
347
5
Polanski's movie infuses its stylish set with menace and makes Mia Farrow achingly believable as Satan's baby mama.
Current Score:
108
Total Votes:
340
6
The shockingly vivid palette on display in this 1977 cult classic is a true artistic assault on the senses.
Current Score:
29
Total Votes:
311
7
Imagine if every bird in the world suddenly went into attack mode? That's just what Alfred Hitchcock did.
Current Score:
19
Total Votes:
25
8
Don't try to figure out David Lynch's puzzler. Just let the super-creepy images flood your mind.
Current Score:
6
Total Votes:
22
9
As a pair of deranged twin psychologists, Jeremy Irons elevates Cronenberg's already original pic into the realm of high art.
Current Score:
-76
Total Votes:
274
10
This indie hit's purposefully disorienting shooting style ramps up the atmosphere of dislocation and panic.
Current Score:
-94
Total Votes:
370