Personal Lists featuring...

Us 2019


A selection of films, famed for their decision to throw convention out of the window. This list pays homage to the great surrealist films from the history of cinema.


Originally a Letterboxd list:


This isn't intended to be a comprehensive list. I'm just going to be periodically updating this list with titles from the following IMDB search parameters:,tv_movie,tv_series,tv_special,tv_miniseries,short&genres=horror

UPDATED: 11/20/23



List of FraMeSToR UHD DV Remuxes With HDR10 Fallback + HYBRID Remuxes With WEB DV metadata.


Pulled from Rotten Tomatoes Top Movies section:

UPDATED: 2/22/22


All Dolby Vision Releases based on TorrentGalaxy



UPDATED 12/9/23 (Page 157)


UPDATED: 11/7/23


UPDATED: 3/28/22

NOTE: It appears Rotten Tomatoes has removed this list. There will not be any future updates to this list.


Horror/-Mystery/-Thriller/-Comedy -etc, bad, good -
movies that I have watched


This is not a comprehensive list of leftist cinema, this is a curated selection of suggestions for people who want to watch great, and potent, leftist films.


Horror is one of the most readily dismissed genres from critics and film buffs, yet is, arguably, the genre with the most avid and steadfast niche following and remains popular with the general public. With horror films aiming to terrify, spook, shock, disturb, repulse, amuse, entertain and more, it's no wonder the genre is so varied, divisive and controversial.

With so many people ignoring or simply not understanding horror, many great films slip under the radar and are relatively unknown to an audience outside of hardcore horror fans. In order to counteract this and bring awareness to the greatness of the genre, this list was created.

Compiled using 2,614 lists taken from various critics/polls/magazines/books/websites/forums/horror fans, They Shoot Zombies, Don't They? is intended to be the ultimate canonical top 1000 horror list. Spanning several decades, countries and sub-genres, and using lists from a wide range of people and publications, the resulting list is quite a diverse spread and representation of the best of horror.



Updated through Season 3. Included movies discussed and movies where clips are shown.


Movies (and some tv series/episodes) that are so insanely packed with things and ideas and visuals they become dense in one way or another.

  • Obviously subjective but not precisely my favourite movies.
  • Ordered alphabetically.

  • Suggestions welcomed but I'll have to see them to see if they fit my criteria.


From Universal monsters to modern serial killers, creature features to slasher flicks — these are the films that keep us forever screaming in the dark.

Of course you do! Freaking out with your fellow audience member when something shocking happens, or jolting together as one during a primo jump scare, is one of the great pleasures of going to the movies. And over the past 100-plus years, the art form has figured out almost every possible way to frighten us, unnerve us, make our hair stand on us, chill us, thrill us and touch upon our most primal of fears. Then, just when you think it’s safe to go back to the theater, something else comes along that reminds us that there are always new ways to come us screaming in the dark. If you can count on the movies for anything, it’s that there seems to be an exhaustible supply of scares.

Naturally, everyone who helped cobble together the 101 best horror films of all time like scary movies. A lot. So we’ve gathered all of the old-school monster movies and modern serial-killer thrillers, the creature features and the slasher flicks, the canon-worthy creepfests from Universal and Hammer and A24, and come up this definitive list (or our definitive list, at least) of the greatest the genre has to offer. Just remember, as you read this list: It’s only a movie. Say that 101 times in a row, and you may just it make through this list…alive!