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Top 400 Horror Movies #51-#100

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It does come down to personal preference in the end, but as someone who grew up on horror movies and continues to devour them ravenously, I feel like I've been able to condense the best horror movies out there into this list of the best 400. Of course there are some films that I haven't gotten around to yet (there are just SO many movies and so little time), so you may notice something or other missing that deserves to be on this list. But from what I've gathered, these are the greatest movies that the genre has to offer. I've ranked them from best to worst, taking into account things such as originality, characters, plot, cinematography, atmosphere, acting, set designs, and above all, how genuinely scary they are. I hope I can turn you on to some new movies, or remind you of a classic that you'd like to revisit. Enjoy! 51 - Black Christmas (1974) During their Christmas break, a group of sorority girls are stalked by a stranger. Directed by Bob Clark Written by Roy