Exciting times, people...exciting times. A few more dynamic duos and then we move into the totally kinky realm of the threesomes!
The following films received TWO VOTES each:
282. Halloween -- 2007, Rob Zombie
281. Isle of the Dead -- 1945, Mark Robson
280. Frontier(s) -- 2007, Xavier Gens
279. Prophecy -- 1979, John Frankenheimer
278. The Old Dark House -- 1932, James Whale
277. Motel Hell -- 1980, Kevin Connor
The following films received THREE VOTES each:
276. Dark Night of the Scarecrow -- 1981, Frank De Felitta
275. Black Cat -- 1934, Edgar G. Ulmer
274. Frankenhooker -- 1990, Frank Henenlotter
273. Messiah of Evil -- 1973, Willard Huyck
272. I Spit on Your Grave -- 1978, Meir Zarchi
271. Mr. Vampire -- 1985, Ricky Lau
270. The Seventh Victim -- 1943, Mark Robson
269. Trouble Every Day -- 2001, Claire Denis
268. Splinter -- 2008, Toby Wilkins
267. Popcorn -- 1991, Mark Herrier
266. Cure -- 1997, Kiyoshi Kurosawa
265. Tales from the Crypt -- 1972, Freddie Francis
264. House of Wax -- 1953, Andre De Toth
263. Altered States -- 1980, Ken Russell
262. Wolf Creek -- 2005, Greg Mclean
261. Who Can Kill a Child? -- 1976, Narciso Ibanez Serrador
260. Battle Royale -- 2000, Kinji Fukasaku
259. The Thing from Another World -- 1951, Christian Nyby
258. The Eye -- 2002, Danny Pang & Oxide Pang Chun
- Motel Hell! My introduction to that film came courtesy of the cover article in Fangoria back in the day and let me tell you- that shit was not funny. It's an entirely different experience watching it today, but back then? A dude wearing a bloody pig's head and brandishing a chainsaw? Terrifying!
- Also, sister Ida. Awesome.
- Count me in with the Messiah of Evil fans- in spirit, at least, as it didn't make my Top 20. Still, awesome awesome movie.
- Pretty sure I went with my parents to see Altered States at the drive-in. Pretty sure I was bored out of my gourd. Pretty sure that means it's worth checking out again, since I was but wee at the time.
- I know Amanda by Night mentioned this, but it's worth repeating: Dark Night of the Scarecrow is finally out on DVD, so no more excuses. Get to it! Go see how made-for-TV was, and weep over the fact that those days are gone. WEEP! Weep for the loss, but rejoice that you can still watch the movie anytime you'd like. You won't be sorry, unless you're a jerk.