Top 5 Horror Movies That Never Die

For those of us that love horror or enjoy the spooky season movie-binge-watch-a-thon, we are always on the lookout for what to watch next. Here are our Top 5 Horror Movies That (in our opinion) Never Die.

5. Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988)

Cotton candy, cream pies, and shadow puppets, add in Killer Klowns and a couple on the run, what’s not to love about Killer Klowns From Outer Space? You’ll laugh, you’ll scream, it’s the best of campy horror and we always have a great time with this movie. Where’s my popcorn?

4. Child’s Play (1988)

Another great from 1988, Child’s Play is all of our inner childs’ worst nightmares come true. Chucky brings the fear of your favorite doll becoming a psychopathic killer home and we love it for it!

3. American Werewolf in London (1981)

It makes us laugh, it scares us, it’s bloody brilliant and that’s why John Landis’ American Werewolf in London never grows old… just hairier in the full moon.

2. The Shining (1980)

There’s a reason the Overlook Hotel keeps souls forever and ever, because it’s hauntingly perfect and keeps drawing us in. A family that changes for the worse is something that is so relatable and the execution of this element in sound and visuals is something that we can’t deny ever. It’s creepy and unsettling and we can’t get enough.

1. The Exorcist (1973)

Speaking of hitting it home, The Exorcist hits the family unit with pitch perfect gore that never dies… even if everyone in the movie does. The pace in which the world is over taken by possession grips us and makes the pay offs worth it watch after watch.

Have a different Top 5? Which movies never age for you? Let us know here or on social media: IG @blastftp, X @blastftp, and FB @blastfromthepastinc.

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