The 10 best films of 31 Days of Horror

Daniel Stephens looks back at Top 10 Films' 31 Days of Horror, when the site dedicated itself to horror and saw a horror film reviewed each day. Find out which of the 31 films reviewed was the editor's favourite.

Top 10 Low Budget Films of All Time

Success is relative in Hollywood. Some movies tank at the box office but cost so little to make that the studio still comes out ahead (especially when they use creative accounting), while others have to earn back their huge budgets just to break even. But the films here aren't...

Top 30 Horror Films 1967 – 1979 (Part 3)

Just in time for Halloween, we conclude our look at the best horror movies of the late 1960s and 1970s. In Part 3 we run down the top 10 scary movies released between 1967 and 1979. We have witches, and we have demonic children,...

Halloween 1978 versus Halloween 2007

Aside from the great gulf in quality between John Carpenter's classic 1978 slasher and Rob Zombie's post-Scream back-story-cum-remake, the new film couldn't be more different from the original. The original Halloween was a benchmark in horror. It set new standards that would...

Review: Halloween (2007)

If there's one thing you learn from watching Rob Zombie movies, apart from what your insides look like, it is not to waste your time watching Rob Zombie movies. Zombie is the picture postcard of MTV-generation trash that has spilled into the cinematic mainstream. His...

Analysis Of The Slasher Film

You could look back at the stalk and slash sub-genre of horror cinema (predominately known as 'slasher' film, or 'teen slasher') and cite the book written about serial-psychotic Ed Gein as the root of the genre. Alfred Hitchcock bought the rights to the book and made the pivotal...

The Best Films Of John Carpenter

Top 10 Films takes a look at the best films of John Carpenter including The Thing, Halloween and Assault On Precinct 13...
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