1. The Tenant (1976) – Scarier than Rosemaryâ€™s Baby. Might cure you of apartment buildings.
2. Duel (1971) – When did filmmakers stop using the unknown?
3. Near Dark (1987) – Vulnerability is always a nice addition to horror villains. A great film.
4. Session 9 (2001) – Modern horror at its best, without a reliance on gore.
5. Rituals (1977) – When I was rather young, this movie scared the living shit out of me. A blatant Deliverance rip-off, but worth a look.
6. The Mothman Prophecies (2002) – Iâ€™m not joking. This movie did indeed contain moments that scared me. Then again, maybe you shouldnâ€™t be taking movie advice from an amateur UFO nut.
7. The Vanishing (1988 – the original) – Iâ€™ve always had a problem with how this movie left me feeling in the end, but I respect it.
8. A Friend Like Harry (2000) – I donâ€™t know. Just see it.
9. The Exorcist III (1990) – Best third sequel ever made.
10. The Changeling (1980) – George C. Scottâ€™s great freak-out period of 1979 – 1981.
11. The Last House on the Left (1972) – Just keep thinking â€œ1972.â€
12. The Thing (1982 – remake) – When John Carpenter was being interviewed for Bravoâ€™s 100 Scariest Movie Moments, he was wearing a band-aid over his recently removed forehead mole.