"Just a dream" doesn't mean much when Freddy Krueger is in it. Nightmare gave a generation of kids insomnia.
Sam Raimi's low-budget demonic-possession movie impressed everyone, including horror legend Stephen King.
Clive Barker's horror tale is heavy on the freaky sex and features one of the most iconic horror characters ever, the Uber-creepy Pinhead.
The first flick of a long series introduces Chucky, the living doll with the soul of a killer, and his irresistably evil ways.
The Howling posits werewolves live among us. When they get in touch with their basic instincts, run.
In a tragic remake, scrambled atoms turn a scientist into a mutated monster-fly, in a movie that vastly improves on the campy original.
Part over-the-top action flick, part horror classic, part social critique, John Carptener's underrated movie is misunderstood by nearly everyone.
The villains of this flick, helmed by Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow, look like dangerous drifters, but they're worse: they're vampires.
Creating life from death is a ghoulishly funny matter in this horror farce with comic scenes so disturbing you feel bad about laughing.
Murder is a grim, casual business in this true-crime shocker, which draws its gasps from the aftermath of killings, not the acts themselves.