This is Halloween, this is Halloween.
Halloween! Halloween! Halloween! Halloween!
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, come one, come all, for the world's greatest [horror movies list] is about to go!
Step right up to see the most terrific of terrors, the most thrilling of thrills. From the strange and supernatural to the fearfully feasible, we have masked men and murderers, bloodshed and bizarre.
For those brave enough for a truly terrifying time, here are the creepy credentials behind the season's scariest movies.
Whether you're into psychological thrillers or spine-chilling gore, horror movies are an essential ingredient of any Halloween movie night. With the spooky occasion just around the corner, we decided to rewatch ten of the most classic horror movies of all time and see what we could find.
Which story was the bloodiest? The most terrifying? Which movie left us unable to walk home alone from the subway?
Did you know...
Nine hundred tons of salt were used in the Stanley Kubrick film The Shining.
Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho was the first American film to show a toilet on screen.
The Exorcist was the first horror movie to be nominated for a Best Picture Oscar.
The entire Saw film was shot in only 18 days.
At the time of opening, Scream 3 broke the record for the number of screens it was showing on (that's 3,467 if you're curious).