It was very hard to slim down this list from the forty titles I was looking at. The 1970s was a period of time where really good horror movies started to come out at a fast rate. My top three probably isn't going to shock anyone that is into horror movies. They're classics for a reason and are still amazing to this day.
The 1950s were a time of growing for the horror genre. But the 1960s were a period where the genre started to be seen as a more serious genre to get involved with. That doesn't mean there aren't still great campy horror movies to enjoy.
The 1950s were a period of time where horror started to become a part of the consciousness of the American population. It wasn't quite something that was taken seriously as it would become in the 1960s, but it was still certainly fun. In this blog, I'll be talking about the best 11 horror movies from that beginning era. They're not entirely in order, except for the first one.
It was during the late-2000s and early 2010s that Creepypastas really started to hit their stride. The name stems from 'Copypasta,' which is, essentially, a copy-pasted meme in comment sections. This makes finding the authors of these stories rather difficult due to how many people reposted them.
Jeffree Star started out on Myspace, gaining fame for his bold appearance and his aggressive personality. Everyone remembers the pictures that he produced, especially the image of him and a bowl of cereal; it's all iconic and not to be forgotten by anyone that had gone through their scene kid phase. Since MySpace fell apart, Jeffree Star kind of disappeared for a few years. It turned out that he was building the funds for his own cosmetics brand. He began to build himself up on YouTube and gained a large following. He still maintains that boldness and aggressiveness, which makes him sound very authentic and unchanging.
Ed Warren and the recently deceased Lorraine Warren are some of the most famous paranormal investigators to ever walk the earth. Their cases have become major motion pictures, thanks to the director James Wan. In the first two movies, the Enfield Poltergeist and the Perron Family Haunting have been played out on the screen. In 2020, The Conjuring 3 will be released, leading some to question which case will be taken on. In this list, there are five cases that should really be played out in a full-length movie.