100th BLOG POST–100 Horror Movies!

When I started this blog back in 2016 on January 19 (Poe’s birthday), I figured I’d do it for a few months and give up. Two years and 99 posts later, here we are. Naturally, the only thing to do on such an occasion is to round up 100 Horror Movies for your dining and dancing pleasure.

Hard it was to narrow down a mere 100 from the 630-some movies I’ve listed on The Neverending Movie List. I had to make some tough choices. One thing I reluctantly did was cut some of my favorite movies which, though on The Neverending Movie List, are really only there for some horror elements. So, despite melting Nazi faces, Raiders Of The Lost Ark is not on here. Despite one of the creepiest endings in all cinema, neither is Sunset Boulevard.

You get the idea.

I’ve tried to cover as wide a range as I reasonably could, including horror comedy, black comedy, etc. There’s some really good stuff on here, and some really bad. Like really bad. Like spectacularly bad. The kind of stuff we here at Castle Blogferatu love so.

  1. Psycho (the only one not in alphabetical order because it remains my very most favoritest movie of all time in the history of ever)
  2. 28 Days Later
  3. The Addams Family
  4. The Abominable Doctor Phibes
  5. Alien
  6. American Psycho
  7. Arsenic And Old Lace
  8. Asylum
  9. Audition
  10. The Bad Seed
  11. The Birds
  12. Black Sunday (1960)
  13. The Blob (1958)
  14. The Blob (1988)
  15. Blood On Satan’s Claw
  16. The Brain That Wouldn’t Die
  17. The Brainiac: El Baron Del Terror
  18. Cabin Fever (2002)
  19. Cabin Fever (2016)
  20. The Cabin In The Woods
  21. The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari
  22. Carnival Of Souls
  23. Creature From The Black Lagoon
  24. Creepshow
  25. The Day The Earth Stood Stil
  26. Dead Of Night
  27. Death Proof
  28. Death Race 2000
  29. Deliverance
  30. The Devil’s Rejects
  31. Die! Die! My Darling!
  32. Die, Monster, Die!
  33. Dr. Terror’s House Of Horrors
  34. Enduring Love
  35. The Evil Dead (1981)
  36. Extraordinary Tales
  37. Eyes Without A Face
  38. The Fly (1958)
  39. Freaks
  40. From Dusk Til Dawn
  41. Galaxy Of Terror
  42. Get Out
  43. Good Tidings
  44. Häxan
  45. Homicidal
  46. Hostel
  47. Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte
  48. Interview With The Vampire
  49. Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1978) (not only better than the original, but the definitive version)
  50. The Invisible Man
  51. Jacob’s Ladder
  52. Jason And The Argonauts (I know. I broke my own rule. But those skeletons!)
  53. Kiss Of The Tarantula
  54. K-Shop
  55. Kwaidan
  56. M
  57. Mad Love (1935)
  58. The Mask (1961)
  59. Massacre At Central High
  60. Matango: Attack Of The Mushroom People
  61. Motel Hell
  62. The Nanny
  63. Near Dark
  64. Night Of The Creeps
  65. Night Of The Demon (1957)
  66. Night Of The Hunter
  67. Night Of The Living Dead (1968)
  68. Nosferatu (1922)
  69. Pan’s Labyrinth
  70. Phantasm
  71. Psycho II (criminally underrated)
  72. Psychomania (I mean come on. Biker zombies!)
  73. Rats (2016 documentary but one of the best horror movies I’ve ever seen)
  74. Ravenous
  75. Red State
  76. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  77. Scanners
  78. The Shape Of Water
  79. The Sixth Sense
  80. Sleepaway Camp
  81. Spider Baby
  82. Strait-Jacket
  83. The Stuff
  84. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street (2007)
  85. Tales From The Crypt (1972)
  86. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
  87. They Live
  88. Trilogy Of Terror
  89. Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil
  90. Vampire Hunter D
  91. Vault Of Horror
  92. V/H/S
  93. Videodrome
  94. What Ever Happened To Baby Jane
  95. What We Do In The Shadows
  96. The Wicker Man (1973)
  97. Willard (1971)
  98. XX
  99. Young Frankenstein
  100. Zombieland

And there it is. No doubt this would be a substantially different list on another day at another time. We’ll see what happens if I get to Post #200. Thanks for reading!

6 thoughts on “100th BLOG POST–100 Horror Movies!

  1. Congratulations on your 100th Blogferatu post! Always enjoy reading, great list of films for this 100th’s post as well. Glad to see Jacob’s Ladder on the list, one of my favourite horror films that one!


  2. Dear Blogferatu,

    I left a comment for you on this website a few weeks ago, but I have recently realized that WordPress has been deleting my comments. I wanted to congratulate you on your hundredth blog post. That’s wonderful! You’re an excellent writer. I noticed that the Pure Entertainment Preservation Society is number 2 on you list of other blogs called Cult of WordPress. Thank you for the plug! We appreciate it!

    On November 9-11, PEPS is hosting the Claude Rains Blogathon in honor of this marvelous actor’s 129th birthday on November 10. We are just focusing on his extensive film career, and we are putting no limitations on duplicates. We want to hear everyone’s opinions on his wonderful movies! You can read the announcement and sign up here: https://pureentertainmentpreservationsociety.wordpress.com/2018/10/02/five-minutes-everybody-the-curtains-going-up-on-the-claude-rains-blogathon/. I wanted to invite you to join this blogathon because you wrote such a good article about “Phantom of the Opera” for my Singing Sweethearts Blogathon. I know that you share my admiration for Claude Rains. We could really use your talent!


    Rebekah Brannan


      • Dear Blogferatu,

        I am sorry you were not able to participate in the blogathon, since I know you are a great fan of Claude Rains, but I understand completely. I appreciate that you let me know why you were unable to participate.

        We will be sure to contact you when we host our next blogathon.

        Thanks again and best wishes!


        Rebekah Brannan


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