More members of Club Lonelyhearts today: each of the following films received ONE VOTE each.
657. Witchfinder General -- 1968, Michael Reeves
656. The Last Winter -- 2006, Larry Fessenden
655. Dagon -- 2001, Stuart Gordon
654. 13 Ghosts -- 1960, William Castle
653. Doctor X -- 1932, Michael Curtiz
652. Left Bank -- 2008, Pieter Van Hees
651. The Mummy's Hand -- 1940, Christy Cabanne
650. House by the Cemetery -- 1981, Lucio Fulci
649. When a Stranger Calls -- 1979, Fred Walton
648. Death Proof -- 2007, Quentin Tarentino
647. The Hidden -- 1987, Jack Sholder
646. Castle of Blood -- 1964, Sergio Corbucci & Antonio Margheriti
645. Dracula A.D. 1972 -- 1972, Alan Gibson
644. Comedy of Terrors -- 1963, Jacques Tourneur
643. Quatermass II: Enemy from Space -- 1957, Val Guest
642. Dr. Terror's House of Horrors -- 1965, Freddie Francis
641. Confessions of a Serial Killer -- 1985, Mark Blair
640. Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror -- 1981, Andrea Bianchi
639. Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning -- 1985, Danny Steinmann
638. Brainscan -- 1994, John Flynn
637. The Signal -- 2007, David Bruckner, Dan Bush, Jacob Gentry
636. The Hamiltons -- 2006, Mitchell Altieri & Phil Flores
635. Luther the Geek -- 1990, Carlton J. Albright
634. The Unnamable -- 1988, Jean-Paul Ouellette
633. The Dead Zone -- 1983, David Cronenberg
A few notes!
- Seeing The Hidden and The Unnamable on here is seriously giving me some warm fuzzies. Ah, the video era. Hell, I'd forgotten all about The Unnamable's existence until I read it on the submitted list- then my brain immediately conjured up the box art. AH THE VIDEO ERA I SAY.
- I've seen The Dead Zone so, so many times. One of the things I remember most about it is the sound of the cop's rubber raincoat before he...well, you know.
- I'm surprised that House by the Cemetery got one wee vote. Unless my calculations are wrong- which, honestly, is entirely possible. There were...umm...a lot of votes to tally, as you can imagine, and I did it all old-school style in a spiral-bound notebook (yes, it was madness)- that lone vote belongs to B-Sol of The Vault of Horror.
- The first 20-or-so minutes of When a Stranger Calls are horror movie perfection, the end.
- Also, Carol fucking Kane. The end.