Directory Of Halloween
Movies for Your Frightening Pleasure
Classic Halloween Movies
1970's Haunting Halloween Movies, Videos, Films, DVD's
Classic Haunting Films are Listed Below by Date' Newest to Oldest
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Horrifying, riveting tale of alien invading space ship was
enormously popular. Critics agree this slime-fest is one of most
effective sci-fi/horror films ever. Compulsory viewing for
suspense, horror, terror fans.
Starring: Tom Skerritt, Sigourney Weaver
Director: Ridley Scott
Runtime: 117 minutes
Of The Dead (1979)
A shopping mall
into a fortress for the living
to hide out against the dead in
a world over run with zombies in
this decent sequel. Major gore
and in color this time!!
David Emge, Ken Foree
George A. Romero
AKA Island Of The Living Dead
Lucio Fulci's graphically
violent tale of
undead-on-the-loose flick has no
redeeming qualities but excels
at stomach-churning effects
(including infamous wood
splinter scene). Horror mavens
eat this up (pun intended);
others will want barf bag.
Tisa Farrow, Ian McCulloch
A more modern version of Stoker's vampire tale. With its
big-name cast and love story emphasis, this version will please
romance lovers as well as vampire enthusiasts.
Starring: Frank Langella, Laurence Olivier
Director: John Badham
Runtime: 109 minutes
This film started the slasher genre rolling. A masked
murderer is stalking the teenagers of Hadenfield on Halloween,
trying to finish something he started many years before. A huge
smash, even the critics loved it and it still holds up today as
one of the best suspenseful, well done horror flicks of our
Starring: Donald Pleasence, Jamie Lee Curtis
Director: John Carpenter
Runtime: 93 minutes Rating: R
Encounters of the Third Kind
Tension-building sci-fi drama about a brush with
extraterrestrials. Despite a somewhat dated feel, still
thrilling for sci-fi buffs. Also widely appealing to drama and
character study fans.
Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, Francois Truffaut
Director: Steven Spielberg
Runtime: 137 minutes
Low-budget thriller about a vampire who uses a razor to pierce
victims' veins. Blackly humorous film has a cult following.
Appeals to those seeking mix of horror and crime genres.
Starring: John Amplas, Lincoln Maazel
Director: George A. Romero
Runtime: 95 minutes
Legend Of Hell House (1973)
Richard Matheson story of
a group of people that are
staying in a haunted house to
try and dispel the ghost. Suspenseful mystery unfolds as they
figure out who the ghost is and
why he's still there.
Pamela Franklin, Roddy McDowall
Over-the-top surreal chronicle of 17th century
witchcraft. Highly sexual, graphically violent cult favorite is
a must-see for none-too-squeamish viewers in the mood for
extremely offbeat, crazed, frenzied fare. Typical Ken Russell
Stars: Vanessa Redgrave, Oliver Reed
Director: Ken Russell
Runtime: 108 minutes
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