Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by RickH, Jan 6, 2019.
The Sentinel (1977) - IMDb
Another vote for The Orphanage (2007)
Clive Barker’s Book of Blood
Was it shot on the Honeymooners set?
Kind of a spoiler putting it here but Guillermo Del Toro's Crimson Peak features a haunted house.
The Old Dark House (1930s)
The Haunting (1963 orig.)
The Changeling (1980)
Burnt Offerings (1976)
Often cited as the best ever.
Nobody cited Salem's Lot? That's the stuff of nightmares, even for 1979. Practically an R-rated film today, but safe for TV broadcast 40 years ago.
That one and William Castle's original 196013 Ghosts would be my choices, hands-down.
The Changeling & Burnt Offerings - two of my all-time favorites. Have never seen Beetlejuice.
Admittedly, they do make a handsome couple.
It is great but the Old Dark House w/ Karloff & Raymond Massey is the perfect movie , no ghosts per se but weirdness all over the screen...not to be missed
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken
Munster, Go Home!
The Haunted Mansion
"House On Haunted Hill" has the most classic shock scene ever on film in the fifties.
I saw it at 9 years years old in 1959, and it scared the crap out of me. It still does....
me too! never missed it when it was on TV when I was a youngster!
I LOVE THIS MOVIE...is there a great BD edition anywhere
Burnt Offerings was going to be my recommendation too, that movie scared the crap out of me when I was a kid!
Anthony James is such a creepy presence!
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