PSYCHO (1960)

Alfred Hitchock’s sort of crazy little thriller basically invented the slasher genre and is still studied by film nuts sixty years later.

GANJA & HESS (1973)

An “experimental” horror movie that’s about vampires, sort of, and… other things? What things you ask? I’m not sure.

AMERICAN PSYCHO (2000)

A very weird movie about a guy who desperately wants to fit in, while also periodically axe murdering people.

BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974)

Seriously one of the better horror movies I’ve seen, surrounded by jingle bells and tinsel.

THE THING (1982)

A classic of all-encompassing paranoia, with some of the best practical effects you’ll ever see.

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968)

This tiny indie movie found the right metaphor for basically all of modern society’s fears and single-handedly spawned a major subgenre that’s lasted until today.

THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH (1964)

Roger Corman and Vincent Price team up for a movie about rich people torturing peasants and partying during a plague.

THE SHINING (1980)

A maze of a movie that may not actually have a solution, except for madness.

CANDYMAN (1992)

More a dream-like, twisted love story than a slasher movie, also there are lots of bees.