Ready for a marathon of horror?
1. Halloween (1978)
Begin with this 1978 classic, about a murderer who stalks a teenage girl and her friends. Featuring Jamie Lee Curtis and not for the faint at heart.
2. Phycho (1960)
The same psychotic mood in a Hitchcock classic. The special effects of the 60s may look funny now, but the feeling is still a little creepy. You know that famous shower scene?
3. The Addams Family (1991)
A light comedy that's just right for Halloween. It's worth seeing Angelica Houston as the creepy mom and Christina Ricci as a young girl.
4. Dracula (1992)
Before vampires were as cool as they are now, there was Count Dracula, in Francis Ford Coppola's view. Starring Winona Ryder and Anthony Hopkins.
5. The Blair Witch Project (1999)
Documentaries have never before been so scary. The realism of the movie is what makes it a Halloween classic.
6. The Exorcist (1973)
One of the oldest scary movies tells the story of a possessed teenage girls, and her mother's struggle to save her.
7. Let the Right One In (2008)
A Swedish movie about a boy and a girl who both have their quirks. Turns out, she's really an old vampire.
8. Carrie (2013)
How about seeing the 1976 version and the 2013 version in one night? That is, if you can handle it… The horror flick comes out on October 18 and it stars Chloe Meretz.
9. The Conjuring (2013)
A haunted house is a good idea – at least for Halloween! A couple of paranormal investigators are faced with a challenge in this one.
10. American Horror Story (2011)
Yes, we realize this is a show and not a movie, but it's absolutely perfect for Halloween! The new season, Coven, features Evan Peters, Jessica Lange and Emma Roberts! And you don't have to watch the first seasons to get into the third one.