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Scorsese's scariest

10.29.2009
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With Halloween quickly approaching, it's the time of year when Halloween lists and suggestions are coming at you fast and furious. Just this week the AITH writers and Arrow and Eric Red offered up their picks for what to watch this Halloween. So I wouldn't pass another list along if it wasn't by the man Martin Scorsese.

Scorsese sat with Daily Beast and gave them a list of his 11 Scariest Horror Movies. If you're looking for FRIDAY THE 13TH or HALLOWEEN, you'll have to look elsewhere. Scorsese is more interested in classics like THE HAUNTING and THE UNINVITED. That's not to say there aren't some favorites in there. THE SHINING, THE EXORCIST and PSYCHO all made the list. If you're looking for something different to give yourself the chills this Halloween, check this list out and then update your Netflix queue.

Extra Tidbit: I'd be curious to hear what the Coen Bros. count as their scariest horror films...
Source: Daily Beast

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1:20AM on 11/01/2009
Thats what I call a real movie buff. He knows what he's talking about
Thats what I call a real movie buff. He knows what he's talking about
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2:20PM on 10/30/2009

Leave it to Scorsese

There are some great films on this list. Unfortunately I haven't seen a majority of them...guess I have some work to do.
There are some great films on this list. Unfortunately I haven't seen a majority of them...guess I have some work to do.
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1:45PM on 10/29/2009

Fantastic List!

I'm glad to see Scorsese included some hidden gems like The Entity and Night of the Demon. If you want to see where Sam Raimi channeled some inspiration for Drag Me to Hell, check out Night of the Demon immediately! Raimi's film is somewhat of an update. Both showdowns even occur at train stations.
I'm glad to see Scorsese included some hidden gems like The Entity and Night of the Demon. If you want to see where Sam Raimi channeled some inspiration for Drag Me to Hell, check out Night of the Demon immediately! Raimi's film is somewhat of an update. Both showdowns even occur at train stations.
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