More ONE VOTErs today, folks, and I gotta say- this is possibly the most craptacular list yet! Believe me, I mean that in the best way possible.
607. Splatter: Naked Blood -- 1995, Hisayasu Sato
606. The Fearless Vampire Killers -- 1967, Roman Polanski
605. The Fourth Man -- 1983, Paul Verhoeven
604. Body Snatchers -- 1993, Abel Ferrara
603. Straw Dogs -- 1971, Sam Peckinpah
602. Malevolence -- 2004, Stevan Mena
601. Saw III -- 2006, Darren Lynn Bousman
600. Tokyo Zombie -- 2005, Sakichi Sato
599. Wrong Turn 2: Dead End -- 2007, Joe Lynch
598. Student Bodies -- 1981, Mickey Rose
597. Orphan -- 2009, Jaume Collet-Sera
596. The Ninth Gate -- 1999, Roman Polanski
595. Village of the Damned -- 1960, Wolf Rilla
594. House II: The Second Story -- 1987, Ethan Wiley
593. Phantom of the Paradise -- 1974, Brian DePalma
592. Night Train to Terror -- 1985, John Carr, Phillip Marshak, Tom McGowan, Jay Schlossberg-Cohen, Gregg C. Tallas
591. Evil Laugh -- 1988, Dominick Brascia
590. Elves -- 1989, Jeffrey Mandel
589. Boardinghouse -- 1982, John Wintergate
588. Winterbeast -- 1991, Christopher Thies
587. Street Trash -- 1987, J. Michael Muro
586. The Dark -- 1979, John "Bud" Cardos
585. Anaconda -- 1997, Luis Llosa
584. Troll -- 1986, John Carl Buechler
583. Frogs -- 1972, George McGowan
- I loves me some Orphan.
- I kind of can't believe that someone listed Night Train to Terror, although I will admit that the mention of its name has me wanting to watch it again. It'll only bring pain and suffering, really, but then I think about the model train choo-chooing into space and I can't help myself.
- Boardinghouse is the first horror movie shot on video. It's also one of the first S.O.V. films of any genre to be released theatrically.
- Whoever listed The Dark didn't indicate the year, so I can only assume they were referring to the 1979 film. I mean, it features Cathy Lee Crosby, Keenan Wynn, and Casey Kasem- what's the point of the existence of something else named The Dark when you've got all that?
- I'm glad someone mentioned Frogs, because it gives me a chance to post this screencap from it, which features the fakest hand ever committed to celluloid:
- ...well, the fakest except maybe this one from Night Train to Terror: