Embodying the entire VHS era and the generation who grew up in it, Scream's impeccable timing crystalizes an entire era of horror.
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Lon Chaney Jr helps The Wolf Man overcome a fairly dry genre story by keeping the focus on character over horror.
James Whale's direction flawlessly balances The Invisible Man's horror and comedy, while not forgetting what makes the character compelling.
Bested only by its sequel, Universal's Frankenstein capably conveys the story's horror and compassion in a masterful way.
Bela Lugosi's on-screen menace as Dracula has never been matched or bettered, letting this lurid tale keep its spot among the horror genre.
The third franchise installment, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It explores what happens when an exorcism goes wrong in chilling terror. A new twist on old friends …
Nearly on point, Spiral misses its goal while falling into familiar cliches that condemn most procedural thrillers.
A smart approach to storytelling keeps A Quiet Place II focused on family, then pushing greater action and tension on top of it.
Children of the Corn worked in the context of its time, and isn't without relevance now, but is a shoestring horror production lacking in thrills.
Unknowingly launching an extended franchise, Saw poses a clever mystery, undone only by its dismal performances.
Smart and stimulating, Prince of Darkness begins with a striking concept, but falls apart as it descends into horror tropes.
Disturbing "mind" horror from David Cronenberg's son Brandon, Possessor explores identity issues with graphic violence and a sci-fi twist.