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  • Michelle Smits

    Say his name five times (Tony Todd, "Transformers 2"): Friends researching urban legends attempt a variation of the Bloody Mary myth, summoning a slave's son lynched in honey and stung by bees. The researchers (Virginia Madsen, "Sideways"; Kasi Lemmons, directed "Eve's Bayou") meet a witness to Candyman (actress Vanessa Williams, TV's "Soul Food" - don't confuse with the beauty queen, who appeared in the movie); it turns out to be a wannabee.

  • sunbird

    Candyman (1992) Horror Movie

  • John Decker

    Candyman (1992): Written by horror author Clive Barker and directed by Bernard Rose, this is a fantastic horror film about an urban legend come to life. Tony Todd is great as the hook handed Candyman.

  • Pamela Moen

    Horror Movie Poster

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The Blair Witch Project (1999)

Rosemary's Baby (1968)

Re-Animator (1985)

The Descent (2005)

[REC] (2007)

Candyman (1992)

Jeepers Creepers (2001)

Let the Right One In (2008) - Brilliant vampire film. Very frightening.

Child's Play (1988) - Classic '80s horror

The Thing (1982) - One of the greatest Horror films of all time.

Orphan (2009) - October Horror Films

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Trick 'r Treat Movie - Scary movie that takes place on Halloween

The Hollow - Scary movie that takes place on Halloween

Boo Movie - Scary movie that takes place on Halloween

The Exorcist - A scary movie that doesn't need explanation.

Stephen King's It - A horror movie classic that made millions of people afraid of clowns.

The Haunting in Connecticut - anything based on true events is creepy!

One of the all-time greatest horror movies ever made.

Psycho - Hitchcock's groundbreaking thriller

Great photo of Steven Spielberg in the jaws of JAWS

Before Pulp Fiction's gimp suit, there was The People Under the Stairs

The Mothman Prophecies: based on allegedly true paranormal events

Dawn of the Dead - we love the 1978 classic and this 2004 remake

"For God's sake, GET OUT!" So scary, especially since it's based on a true story.