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The Nineties was very hit or miss with the horror genre, however the hits didn't just hit; they smashed! What was your favourite horror film from the Nineties? Did it make our list?
What's your favourite horror film based on a book?
We all need a little something to look forward to at the moment, so let it be these Horror films! What horror film are you looking forward to the most?
As many of us are stuck inside at the moment, you may be looking for something to watch. These are some of the best horror films currently streaming on Netflix and Prime Video. Have you seen any of these? Do you have any other suggestions? We'd love to hear what you think!
The Noughties breathed some new life into the horror genre. There were game changers and low budget gems a plenty! What was your favourite horror film from the Noughties? Did it make our list?
Guillermo Del Toro helps to bring the original stories from Alvin Schwartz's book of the same name released in 1981, to life. Directed by André Øvredal and starring a fairly unknown young cast; this flick has some fun spooks, but the overarching plot feels a little underdeveloped and fails to truly excite.
Despite being filled with remakes and reboots, the last decade did bring us some horror gems, and some game changers in the horror genre. We've done our best to pick the top 13 for this list.
This week we rank the horror franchise the defined the naughties decade: Saw. Will your favourite top the list?
Modern master of horror Leigh Whannell brings us a brilliant reimagining of The Invisible Man. You may know the eponymous character from the H.G. Wells novel (1897) or the 1930 film of the same name. From the suspenseful opening to the thrilling conclusion, this film was a delight to watch.