SHOCKtober: 255-234



Aw yeah, firmly ensconced in the last of the twos. Each film got TWO VOTES EACH!

255. Demons 2 -- 1986, Lamberto Bava
254. Les diaboliques -- 1955, Henri-Georges Clouzot
253. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark -- 1973, John Newland
252. Don't Deliver Us from Evil -- 1971, Joël Séria
251. Don't Go in the House -- 1979, Joseph Ellison
250. Bram Stoker's Dracula -- 1992, Francis Ford Coppola
249. Eraserhead -- 1977, David Lynch
248. Final Destination -- 2000, James Wong
247. FleshEater -- 1988, S. William Hinzman
246. Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed -- 1969, Terence Fisher
245. Friday the 13th Part III -- 1982, Steve Miner
244. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter -- 1984, Joseph Zito
243. Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood -- 1988, John Carl Buechler
242. From Dusk Till Dawn -- 1996, Robert Rodriguez
241. Funny Games -- 1997, Michael Haneke
240. Ghost Ship -- 2002, Steve Beck
239. Green Room -- 2015, Jeremy Saulnier
238. Gremlins -- 1984, Joe Dante
237. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer -- 1986, John McNaughton
236. Honeymoon -- 2014, Leigh Janiak
235. Horror Express -- 1972, Eugenio Martin
234. Horror of Dracula -- 1958, Terence Fisher

Wow, check out all those Friday the 13ths on this chunk o' list! Why, you know would go great with all these Friday mentions? A copy of my new book, Death Count! Just think, you two people who listed Part III (only two? for shame!) could bond over the movie and all my illustrations of the deaths therein. Even more importantly, you could bond over how great Chris Higgins is! Because she's so great! I am just saying. Death Count. Yeah.

I mean heck, if I can't pimp the book here, then where can I pimp it? And look! Amazon finally got the 'look inside' feature running so now you can–yes–look inside. Woo hoo! Chris Higgins!




A reminder!

I've gotten quite a warm reception and some very kind words about Death Count. I'm delighted that folks are delighted! Some people have even gone so far as to post pictures of the book or of themselves with the book and I love it so much...not to be greedy, I'm definitely hoping for some pets-with-Death Count shots in the future.

This is courtesy of our forever pal Jason at My New Plaid Pants!
If you've yet to get in on the hot, hot Death Count action, it's available at Amazon–they even discounted the price to $19.07, what a deal! I'm still working on the Kindle edition, hopefully I'll have that soon and I'll update.

Signed copies are still available directly from me for $19.95, and there are also a few sketch editions left for $45. If you'd like a signed or sketched version, Paypal me at stacieponder (at) gmail dot com. If it's a sketch edition, be sure to tell me which character (from Part One–Jason X) you'd like! And be sure to include a mailing address. Sorry my dudes, sketch edition and signed copies are available in the US only.

I just really want to post pictures of people with my book forever. IT'S THE BEST THING. Tag me on "social" "media" or email the pics my way or something. Just keep 'em coming, man, I'm jonesin' for it!



A reminder!

I've gotten quite a warm reception and some very kind words about Death Count. I'm delighted that folks are delighted! Some people have even gone so far as to post pictures of the book or of themselves with the book and I love it so much...not to be greedy, I'm definitely hoping for some pets-with-Death Count shots in the future.

This is courtesy of our forever pal Jason at My New Plaid Pants!
If you've yet to get in on the hot, hot Death Count action, it's available at Amazon–they even discounted the price to $19.07, what a deal! I'm still working on the Kindle edition, hopefully I'll have that soon and I'll update.

Signed copies are still available directly from me for $19.95, and there are also a few sketch editions left for $45. If you'd like a signed or sketched version, Paypal me at stacieponder (at) gmail dot com. If it's a sketch edition, be sure to tell me which character (from Part One–Jason X) you'd like! And be sure to include a mailing address. Sorry my dudes, sketch edition and signed copies are available in the US only.

I just really want to post pictures of people with my book forever. IT'S THE BEST THING. Tag me on "social" "media" or email the pics my way or something. Just keep 'em coming, man, I'm jonesin' for it!



SHOCKtober: 275-256



Whoa, I can't believe it...at last, we have arrived at the point in the list where each movie received TWO VOTES. That's right! So long, solo acts...we're in Twinsie Town. Just think–if you voted for one of these films and you meet the other person who voted for the same film, well, you'll have something to talk about. Won't that be nice?

275. A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master -- 1988, Renny Harlin
274. A Tale of Two Sisters -- 2003, Jee-woon Kim
273. All Cheerleaders Die -- 2013, Lucky McKee & Chris Sivertson
272. Alligator -- 1980, Lewis Teague
271. American Mary -- 2012, Jen Soska & Sylvia Soska
270. Antichrist -- 2009, Lars von Trier
269. A Bay of Blood -- 1971, Mario Bava
268. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon -- 2006, Scott Glosserman
267. Black Swan -- 2010, Darren Aronofsky
266. Blue Velvet -- 1986, David Lynch
265. Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror -- 1981, Andrea Bianchi
264. Cannibal Holocaust -- 1980, Ruggero Deodato
263. Castle of Blood -- 1964, Sergio Corbucci & Antonio Margheriti
262. Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things -- 1972, Bob Clark
261. Creep -- 2014, Patrick Brice
260. The Curse of Frankenstein -- 1957, Terence Fisher
259. Day of the Dead -- 1985, George A. Romero
258. Dead of Night -- 1945, Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer
257. Deadgirl -- 2008, Marcel Sarmiento & Gadi Harel
256. The Deadly Spawn -- 1983, Douglas McKeown


A whole messa great movies on today's chunk o' list! I'm not gonna tell you which ones are great, though. You'll have to guess.

SHOCKtober: 275-256



Whoa, I can't believe it...at last, we have arrived at the point in the list where each movie received TWO VOTES. That's right! So long, solo acts...we're in Twinsie Town. Just think–if you voted for one of these films and you meet the other person who voted for the same film, well, you'll have something to talk about. Won't that be nice?

275. A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master -- 1988, Renny Harlin
274. A Tale of Two Sisters -- 2003, Jee-woon Kim
273. All Cheerleaders Die -- 2013, Lucky McKee & Chris Sivertson
272. Alligator -- 1980, Lewis Teague
271. American Mary -- 2012, Jen Soska & Sylvia Soska
270. Antichrist -- 2009, Lars von Trier
269. A Bay of Blood -- 1971, Mario Bava
268. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon -- 2006, Scott Glosserman
267. Black Swan -- 2010, Darren Aronofsky
266. Blue Velvet -- 1986, David Lynch
265. Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror -- 1981, Andrea Bianchi
264. Cannibal Holocaust -- 1980, Ruggero Deodato
263. Castle of Blood -- 1964, Sergio Corbucci & Antonio Margheriti
262. Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things -- 1972, Bob Clark
261. Creep -- 2014, Patrick Brice
260. The Curse of Frankenstein -- 1957, Terence Fisher
259. Day of the Dead -- 1985, George A. Romero
258. Dead of Night -- 1945, Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer
257. Deadgirl -- 2008, Marcel Sarmiento & Gadi Harel
256. The Deadly Spawn -- 1983, Douglas McKeown


A whole messa great movies on today's chunk o' list! I'm not gonna tell you which ones are great, though. You'll have to guess.

SHOCKtober: 275-256



Whoa, I can't believe it...at last, we have arrived at the point in the list where each movie received TWO VOTES. That's right! So long, solo acts...we're in Twinsie Town. Just think–if you voted for one of these films and you meet the other person who voted for the same film, well, you'll have something to talk about. Won't that be nice?

275. A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master -- 1988, Renny Harlin
274. A Tale of Two Sisters -- 2003, Jee-woon Kim
273. All Cheerleaders Die -- 2013, Lucky McKee & Chris Sivertson
272. Alligator -- 1980, Lewis Teague
271. American Mary -- 2012, Jen Soska & Sylvia Soska
270. Antichrist -- 2009, Lars von Trier
269. A Bay of Blood -- 1971, Mario Bava
268. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon -- 2006, Scott Glosserman
267. Black Swan -- 2010, Darren Aronofsky
266. Blue Velvet -- 1986, David Lynch
265. Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror -- 1981, Andrea Bianchi
264. Cannibal Holocaust -- 1980, Ruggero Deodato
263. Castle of Blood -- 1964, Sergio Corbucci & Antonio Margheriti
262. Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things -- 1972, Bob Clark
261. Creep -- 2014, Patrick Brice
260. The Curse of Frankenstein -- 1957, Terence Fisher
259. Day of the Dead -- 1985, George A. Romero
258. Dead of Night -- 1945, Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer
257. Deadgirl -- 2008, Marcel Sarmiento & Gadi Harel
256. The Deadly Spawn -- 1983, Douglas McKeown


A whole messa great movies on today's chunk o' list! I'm not gonna tell you which ones are great, though. You'll have to guess.

SHOCKtober: 275-256



Whoa, I can't believe it...at last, we have arrived at the point in the list where each movie received TWO VOTES. That's right! So long, solo acts...we're in Twinsie Town. Just think–if you voted for one of these films and you meet the other person who voted for the same film, well, you'll have something to talk about. Won't that be nice?

275. A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master -- 1988, Renny Harlin
274. A Tale of Two Sisters -- 2003, Jee-woon Kim
273. All Cheerleaders Die -- 2013, Lucky McKee & Chris Sivertson
272. Alligator -- 1980, Lewis Teague
271. American Mary -- 2012, Jen Soska & Sylvia Soska
270. Antichrist -- 2009, Lars von Trier
269. A Bay of Blood -- 1971, Mario Bava
268. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon -- 2006, Scott Glosserman
267. Black Swan -- 2010, Darren Aronofsky
266. Blue Velvet -- 1986, David Lynch
265. Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror -- 1981, Andrea Bianchi
264. Cannibal Holocaust -- 1980, Ruggero Deodato
263. Castle of Blood -- 1964, Sergio Corbucci & Antonio Margheriti
262. Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things -- 1972, Bob Clark
261. Creep -- 2014, Patrick Brice
260. The Curse of Frankenstein -- 1957, Terence Fisher
259. Day of the Dead -- 1985, George A. Romero
258. Dead of Night -- 1945, Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer
257. Deadgirl -- 2008, Marcel Sarmiento & Gadi Harel
256. The Deadly Spawn -- 1983, Douglas McKeown


A whole messa great movies on today's chunk o' list! I'm not gonna tell you which ones are great, though. You'll have to guess.

SHOCKtober: 275-256



Whoa, I can't believe it...at last, we have arrived at the point in the list where each movie received TWO VOTES. That's right! So long, solo acts...we're in Twinsie Town. Just think–if you voted for one of these films and you meet the other person who voted for the same film, well, you'll have something to talk about. Won't that be nice?

275. A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master -- 1988, Renny Harlin
274. A Tale of Two Sisters -- 2003, Jee-woon Kim
273. All Cheerleaders Die -- 2013, Lucky McKee & Chris Sivertson
272. Alligator -- 1980, Lewis Teague
271. American Mary -- 2012, Jen Soska & Sylvia Soska
270. Antichrist -- 2009, Lars von Trier
269. A Bay of Blood -- 1971, Mario Bava
268. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon -- 2006, Scott Glosserman
267. Black Swan -- 2010, Darren Aronofsky
266. Blue Velvet -- 1986, David Lynch
265. Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror -- 1981, Andrea Bianchi
264. Cannibal Holocaust -- 1980, Ruggero Deodato
263. Castle of Blood -- 1964, Sergio Corbucci & Antonio Margheriti
262. Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things -- 1972, Bob Clark
261. Creep -- 2014, Patrick Brice
260. The Curse of Frankenstein -- 1957, Terence Fisher
259. Day of the Dead -- 1985, George A. Romero
258. Dead of Night -- 1945, Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer
257. Deadgirl -- 2008, Marcel Sarmiento & Gadi Harel
256. The Deadly Spawn -- 1983, Douglas McKeown


A whole messa great movies on today's chunk o' list! I'm not gonna tell you which ones are great, though. You'll have to guess.

SHOCKtober: 297-276



Oooh we're still in the land of ONE VOTE EACH...hey over there, I think that's the way out! Wait, didn't we pass that tree already? Oh no, we're back at the beginning...WHY WON'T IT LET US LEAVE

297. Vampyres -- 1974, José Ramón Larraz
296. Visiting Hours -- 1982, Jean-Claude Lord
295. Wait Until Dark -- 1967, Terence Young
294. War of the Gargantuas -- 1966, Ishirô Honda
293. War of the Worlds -- 2005, Steven Spielberg
292. Warlock Moon -- 1973, Bill Herbert
291. The Watcher in the Woods -- 1980, John Hough & Vincent McEveety
290. We Are Still Here -- 2015, Ted Geoghegan
289. We Are What We Are -- 2010, Jorge Michel Grau
288. Werewolf of London -- 1935, Stuart Walker
287. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? -- 1962, Robert Aldrich
286. When a Stranger Calls Back -- 1993, Fred Walton
285. White Zombie -- 1932, Victor Halperin
284. Willow Creek -- 2013, Bobcat Goldthwait
283. Winterbeast -- 1992, Christopher Thies
282. Without Warning -- 1980, Greydon Clark
281. Wolf Creek -- 2005, Greg McLean
280. Would You Rather -- 2012, David Guy Levy
279. Wrong Turn -- 2003, Rob Schmidt
278. Xtro -- 1982, Harry Bromley Davenport
277. Zodiac -- 2007, David Fincher
276. Zombi 3 -- 1988, Lucio Fulci, Bruno Mattei, Claudio Fragrasso


Apparently Wrong Turn 7 is in the works...? Wrong Turn 7. SEVEN. SEVENNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

I love the first film in the series so much, it's a great time. And then I am done! Seven Wrong Turns, what a world.

Oh, and When a Stranger Calls Back is actually pretty great, that is all.

SHOCKtober: 297-276



Oooh we're still in the land of ONE VOTE EACH...hey over there, I think that's the way out! Wait, didn't we pass that tree already? Oh no, we're back at the beginning...WHY WON'T IT LET US LEAVE

297. Vampyres -- 1974, José Ramón Larraz
296. Visiting Hours -- 1982, Jean-Claude Lord
295. Wait Until Dark -- 1967, Terence Young
294. War of the Gargantuas -- 1966, Ishirô Honda
293. War of the Worlds -- 2005, Steven Spielberg
292. Warlock Moon -- 1973, Bill Herbert
291. The Watcher in the Woods -- 1980, John Hough & Vincent McEveety
290. We Are Still Here -- 2015, Ted Geoghegan
289. We Are What We Are -- 2010, Jorge Michel Grau
288. Werewolf of London -- 1935, Stuart Walker
287. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? -- 1962, Robert Aldrich
286. When a Stranger Calls Back -- 1993, Fred Walton
285. White Zombie -- 1932, Victor Halperin
284. Willow Creek -- 2013, Bobcat Goldthwait
283. Winterbeast -- 1992, Christopher Thies
282. Without Warning -- 1980, Greydon Clark
281. Wolf Creek -- 2005, Greg McLean
280. Would You Rather -- 2012, David Guy Levy
279. Wrong Turn -- 2003, Rob Schmidt
278. Xtro -- 1982, Harry Bromley Davenport
277. Zodiac -- 2007, David Fincher
276. Zombi 3 -- 1988, Lucio Fulci, Bruno Mattei, Claudio Fragrasso


Apparently Wrong Turn 7 is in the works...? Wrong Turn 7. SEVEN. SEVENNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

I love the first film in the series so much, it's a great time. And then I am done! Seven Wrong Turns, what a world.

Oh, and When a Stranger Calls Back is actually pretty great, that is all.

SHOCKtober: 297-276



Oooh we're still in the land of ONE VOTE EACH...hey over there, I think that's the way out! Wait, didn't we pass that tree already? Oh no, we're back at the beginning...WHY WON'T IT LET US LEAVE

297. Vampyres -- 1974, José Ramón Larraz
296. Visiting Hours -- 1982, Jean-Claude Lord
295. Wait Until Dark -- 1967, Terence Young
294. War of the Gargantuas -- 1966, Ishirô Honda
293. War of the Worlds -- 2005, Steven Spielberg
292. Warlock Moon -- 1973, Bill Herbert
291. The Watcher in the Woods -- 1980, John Hough & Vincent McEveety
290. We Are Still Here -- 2015, Ted Geoghegan
289. We Are What We Are -- 2010, Jorge Michel Grau
288. Werewolf of London -- 1935, Stuart Walker
287. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? -- 1962, Robert Aldrich
286. When a Stranger Calls Back -- 1993, Fred Walton
285. White Zombie -- 1932, Victor Halperin
284. Willow Creek -- 2013, Bobcat Goldthwait
283. Winterbeast -- 1992, Christopher Thies
282. Without Warning -- 1980, Greydon Clark
281. Wolf Creek -- 2005, Greg McLean
280. Would You Rather -- 2012, David Guy Levy
279. Wrong Turn -- 2003, Rob Schmidt
278. Xtro -- 1982, Harry Bromley Davenport
277. Zodiac -- 2007, David Fincher
276. Zombi 3 -- 1988, Lucio Fulci, Bruno Mattei, Claudio Fragrasso


Apparently Wrong Turn 7 is in the works...? Wrong Turn 7. SEVEN. SEVENNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

I love the first film in the series so much, it's a great time. And then I am done! Seven Wrong Turns, what a world.

Oh, and When a Stranger Calls Back is actually pretty great, that is all.

SHOCKtober: 297-276



Oooh we're still in the land of ONE VOTE EACH...hey over there, I think that's the way out! Wait, didn't we pass that tree already? Oh no, we're back at the beginning...WHY WON'T IT LET US LEAVE

297. Vampyres -- 1974, José Ramón Larraz
296. Visiting Hours -- 1982, Jean-Claude Lord
295. Wait Until Dark -- 1967, Terence Young
294. War of the Gargantuas -- 1966, Ishirô Honda
293. War of the Worlds -- 2005, Steven Spielberg
292. Warlock Moon -- 1973, Bill Herbert
291. The Watcher in the Woods -- 1980, John Hough & Vincent McEveety
290. We Are Still Here -- 2015, Ted Geoghegan
289. We Are What We Are -- 2010, Jorge Michel Grau
288. Werewolf of London -- 1935, Stuart Walker
287. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? -- 1962, Robert Aldrich
286. When a Stranger Calls Back -- 1993, Fred Walton
285. White Zombie -- 1932, Victor Halperin
284. Willow Creek -- 2013, Bobcat Goldthwait
283. Winterbeast -- 1992, Christopher Thies
282. Without Warning -- 1980, Greydon Clark
281. Wolf Creek -- 2005, Greg McLean
280. Would You Rather -- 2012, David Guy Levy
279. Wrong Turn -- 2003, Rob Schmidt
278. Xtro -- 1982, Harry Bromley Davenport
277. Zodiac -- 2007, David Fincher
276. Zombi 3 -- 1988, Lucio Fulci, Bruno Mattei, Claudio Fragrasso


Apparently Wrong Turn 7 is in the works...? Wrong Turn 7. SEVEN. SEVENNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

I love the first film in the series so much, it's a great time. And then I am done! Seven Wrong Turns, what a world.

Oh, and When a Stranger Calls Back is actually pretty great, that is all.

SHOCKtober: 297-276



Oooh we're still in the land of ONE VOTE EACH...hey over there, I think that's the way out! Wait, didn't we pass that tree already? Oh no, we're back at the beginning...WHY WON'T IT LET US LEAVE

297. Vampyres -- 1974, José Ramón Larraz
296. Visiting Hours -- 1982, Jean-Claude Lord
295. Wait Until Dark -- 1967, Terence Young
294. War of the Gargantuas -- 1966, Ishirô Honda
293. War of the Worlds -- 2005, Steven Spielberg
292. Warlock Moon -- 1973, Bill Herbert
291. The Watcher in the Woods -- 1980, John Hough & Vincent McEveety
290. We Are Still Here -- 2015, Ted Geoghegan
289. We Are What We Are -- 2010, Jorge Michel Grau
288. Werewolf of London -- 1935, Stuart Walker
287. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? -- 1962, Robert Aldrich
286. When a Stranger Calls Back -- 1993, Fred Walton
285. White Zombie -- 1932, Victor Halperin
284. Willow Creek -- 2013, Bobcat Goldthwait
283. Winterbeast -- 1992, Christopher Thies
282. Without Warning -- 1980, Greydon Clark
281. Wolf Creek -- 2005, Greg McLean
280. Would You Rather -- 2012, David Guy Levy
279. Wrong Turn -- 2003, Rob Schmidt
278. Xtro -- 1982, Harry Bromley Davenport
277. Zodiac -- 2007, David Fincher
276. Zombi 3 -- 1988, Lucio Fulci, Bruno Mattei, Claudio Fragrasso


Apparently Wrong Turn 7 is in the works...? Wrong Turn 7. SEVEN. SEVENNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

I love the first film in the series so much, it's a great time. And then I am done! Seven Wrong Turns, what a world.

Oh, and When a Stranger Calls Back is actually pretty great, that is all.

SHOCKtober: 297-276



Oooh we're still in the land of ONE VOTE EACH...hey over there, I think that's the way out! Wait, didn't we pass that tree already? Oh no, we're back at the beginning...WHY WON'T IT LET US LEAVE

297. Vampyres -- 1974, José Ramón Larraz
296. Visiting Hours -- 1982, Jean-Claude Lord
295. Wait Until Dark -- 1967, Terence Young
294. War of the Gargantuas -- 1966, Ishirô Honda
293. War of the Worlds -- 2005, Steven Spielberg
292. Warlock Moon -- 1973, Bill Herbert
291. The Watcher in the Woods -- 1980, John Hough & Vincent McEveety
290. We Are Still Here -- 2015, Ted Geoghegan
289. We Are What We Are -- 2010, Jorge Michel Grau
288. Werewolf of London -- 1935, Stuart Walker
287. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? -- 1962, Robert Aldrich
286. When a Stranger Calls Back -- 1993, Fred Walton
285. White Zombie -- 1932, Victor Halperin
284. Willow Creek -- 2013, Bobcat Goldthwait
283. Winterbeast -- 1992, Christopher Thies
282. Without Warning -- 1980, Greydon Clark
281. Wolf Creek -- 2005, Greg McLean
280. Would You Rather -- 2012, David Guy Levy
279. Wrong Turn -- 2003, Rob Schmidt
278. Xtro -- 1982, Harry Bromley Davenport
277. Zodiac -- 2007, David Fincher
276. Zombi 3 -- 1988, Lucio Fulci, Bruno Mattei, Claudio Fragrasso


Apparently Wrong Turn 7 is in the works...? Wrong Turn 7. SEVEN. SEVENNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

I love the first film in the series so much, it's a great time. And then I am done! Seven Wrong Turns, what a world.

Oh, and When a Stranger Calls Back is actually pretty great, that is all.

SHOCKtober: 319-298



Hey hey, we're under 300! But we're still in the land of the onesies, films that got ONE VOTE EACH.

319. The Undead -- 1957, Roger Corman
318. The Unholy -- 1988, Camilo Vila
317. The Wailing -- 2016, Hong-jin Na
316. The Woman in Black -- 1989, Herbert Wise
315. The Woman in Black -- 2012, James Watkins
314. Theater of Blood -- 1973, Douglas Hickox
313. They Look Like People -- 2015, Perry Blackshear
312. Thirteen Ghosts -- 2001, Steve Beck
311. Thriller: A Cruel Picture -- 1973, Bo Arne Vibenius
310. Tomb of Ligeia -- 1964, Roger Corman
309. Tomie: Replay -- 2000, Tomijiro Mitsuishi
308. The Toxic Avenger -- 1984, Michael Herz & Lloyd Kaufman
307. Trick or Treat -- 1986, Charles Martin Smith
306. Trigger Man -- 2007, Ti West
305. Trilogy of Terror -- 1975, Dan Curtis
304. Trollhunter -- 2010, André Øvredal
303. Twilight Zone: The Movie -- 1983, Joe Dante, John Landis, George Miller, Steven Spielberg
302. Twins of Evil -- 1971, John Hough
301. Twixt -- 2011, Francis Ford Coppola
300. Urban Legend -- 1998, Jamie Blanks
299. Valerie and Her Week of Wonders -- 1970, Jaromil Jires
298. Vampire's Kiss -- 1988, Robert Bierman


Trilogy of Terror is a stone cold classic. The whole thing is terrific but of course it's the "Amelia" segment that's essentially one of the greatest horror films of all time, all on its own. And that shit was made for TV!

The official title of Thirteen Ghosts (2001) is apparently Thir13en Ghosts, but that reads as "Thirthirteenen Ghosts" and that is so ridiculous that I will not use it. I WILL NOT.

The end of the "You wanna see something really scary?" framing narrative in Twilight ZOne...you know, where Dan Ackroyd (of all people) turns into a ghoul used to scare the crap outta me.