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Eli Roth, Tobe Hooper, Joe Dante, Adam Green, Matt Reeves, Joe Lynch and a host of horror luminaries reveal their favorite ...
horror films of all-time.
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Host: What is your favorite scary movie? You have to have a favorite what comes to your mind? Adam Green: My favorite scary movie is on Halloween I think that it’s the most perfect slashing movie ever made. It’s creepy; it’s the best looking killer in the history of cinemas as far as I am concern. Ashley Bell: It has to be a pumpkin head. I used to watch that growing up with my dad and I would get so scared it just traumatized. Cary Elwes: The shining, I like the way in which Hubert develop his characters. Daniel Stamm: My favorite scary movie is probably the shining because it has to do a lot with atmosphere and with blends that the audience fills in and blessed with scare effects and core. Joe Dante: I’m much more enters pictures like the Hunting and the Innocents. Movies that where— that last something the imagination because I think you can imagine a lot worse stuffs that the special effects guys can come up with. Noah Taylor: The original, The Innocent which turn to screw up adaptation the 60’s English version. Patrick Fabian: David’s probably burn offering that was Alba Reed and Karen Block like 1974. And the reason it’s my scariest film is because it’s a show fur in it where your reflective sunglasses and you make this move like this—scare the piss at me when I was a kid. Jeremy Dyson: I’m not taking American Wheels. Because it’s fantastic bond of skies and lapse. Andy Nyman: Dead of Night something that’s some night nourish about the last 15 minutes of that film that is probably affecting. Mark Millar: Definitely hostile, the Exorcist was the best of all time and unseal host to what unsearchable on and I see host to one and two like goes back one and two it’s all want to me. Tobe Hooper: Oh my favorite scary movie is the Exorcist. Matt Reeves: The one that occupies the position of the most powerfully scary movie in my mind which is the exorcist. Joe Lynch: I know it’s a clay chi to say The Exorcist but its one of those films that still retains that unbelievable sense of dread. It resonates on such a human level and there are moments that are absolutely just terrifying. Eli Roth: I saw this movie back February that was really like I actually got chills doing it, I was so freak out that called Valentines Day. That ash ting culture and god it was really I can even— Jennifer Garner it’s really I don’t want to talk about it.