In this Japanese thriller, a widower schemes to find love but finds his dream woman to be a hellish nightmare. Director Takashi Miike’s film starts off feeling like a heartwarming romantic comedy before descending into grisly and terrifying chaos.

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Michael Myers is evil personified in John Carpenter’s low-budget slasher film that we would argue is one the creepiest and scariest films ever made. And though it’s been remade and then remade again, nothing really beats the original. (1978)

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Even if you’ve never seen The Shining, you can probably quote it. It’s that iconic. And how could it not be when it’s directed by Kubrick and stars Jack Nicholson? This psychological thriller takes place in an empty, isolated hotel where the caretaker is driven mad by a sinister presence.

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One of director Dario Argento’s greatest works, this Italian horror classic stars a black gloved killer and a truly horrifying mechanized doll that will haunt your dreams. Set to a soundtrack by Goblin, this is one that will stick with you. (1975)

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The coolest Catholic school coven is back at Row House because high school drama is so much better when there are powerful teen witches involved. We love this fun, spooky, out-of-control 90s teen horror drama too much not to show it at least a few times this Halloween! 

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A severed ear discovered in a field, reveals the cracks and dark secrets of a seemingly idyllic little town. David Lynch’s neo-noir mystery follows a young man as he wanders into the murky world of a beautiful, mysterious nightclub singer and the psychopathic criminals running her life.

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Sidney Lumet directed this Al Pacino classic saga in which a bank heist goes wrong and devolves into a hostage situation with a media circus as the robber’s motives are slowly revealed. Based on a real would-be Brooklyn robbery.

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Hans is a self-confident man, driving across the country with his wife and two daughters by his side. His ego gets the better of him when he gets into an argument with another driver. The van driver turns out to be the wrong man to cross on the road, and sets out to teach Hans a deadly lesson. Skillfully pushing the buttons of Hans’s arrogance, a simple family road trip turns into a deadly obstacle course in this nerve-wracking, blackly comic morality tale thriller.

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After a wild night of partying in the woods, nine friends wake up with suicide bombs strapped to their chests, all with varying times on their countdown clocks. Once the group discover they can ‘take’ one another’s time by killing each other, TRIGGERED becomes a hilariously self-aware millennial riff on Battle Royale.

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