10 films for Halloween

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Still stuck for horror film ideas this Halloween?

Well, if our Top 30 horror films released between 1967 and 1979 hasn’t helped, and our Top 10 horror films of the 1980s doesn’t interest you, maybe our Halloween marathon will give you some much-needed inspiration. The following ten films are the ones we’ll be watching when day turns to night.

What films have you got lined up for your horror film marathon?

ils, them, european horror, film, films for halloween,

Ils (Them)
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the burbs, film, horror, comedy, tom hanks,

The ‘Burbs
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dead end, horror film,

Dead End
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dressed to kill, brian de palma, film, hitchcock,

Dressed To Kill
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april fool's day, slasher, comedy, horror, film, movies,

April Fool’s Day
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below, horror, film, subamarine, david twohy

Below
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the changeling, film, peter medak, george c scott,

The Changeling
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stephen king's it, horror film,

Stephen King’s It
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the hitcher, horror, film,

The Hitcher
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near dark, vampire, horror, film,

Near Dark
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About the Author
Editor of Top 10 Films, Dan Stephens is usually found pondering his next list. An unhealthy love of 1980s Hollywood sees most of his top 10s involving a time-travelling DeLorean and an adventurous archaeologist going by the name Indiana.

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    MagicWitch Reply

    The ‘Burbs – one of my fave Tom Hanks films from his early days. So blackly comic! Great marathon!

    I’m watching the new Nightmare on Elm Street followed by the original.

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    Castor Reply

    “It” is one f’ed movie! Great for Halloween actually 🙂

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    sundryandco Reply

    Nice selection – Much better choices than what I actually ended up watching last Halloween night – We only have five TV channels which still function properly and I have a low stock of horror films, so I ended up watching some of The Exorcist and a portion of 28 Weeks Later – They scared me enough to cause me to watch advertisements until I felt prepared to enter the dark corridor outside, followed by me not being able to sleep until 1 or 2am due to a combination of terror and jet lag 🙁

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    Dan Reply

    @Roisin – The Exorcist never fails to keep me awake for at least two nights following a viewing! Scary, scary, scary stuff! 🙂

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    sundryandco Reply

    @Dan It also, however, allows two to five days of post-viewing Regan impressions 😀

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    Jaccstev Reply

    Wow.. what an interesting list. Never watch most of these classic title but absolutely will check some soon. 🙂

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    Dan Reply

    @Jaccstev – I went for quite an ecletic mix of films for this Halloween. Hope you enjoy some of them.

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