We did part of our marathon last night, so movies may come in twos and threes now.
14. Death Proof (2007)-http://imdb.com/title/tt1028528/
Okay so it wasn't a horror movie, but it was great none the less. I'm a huge Quentin Tarantino fan, and this movie hit all the right spots for me. However, it is very dialog driven. If you've ever seen Reservoir Dogs (1992) and liked the opening scene about Madonna then you should like the way the movie works. Also, the stunt person who assisted Uma Thurman in Kill Bill (2003) does all of her own stunts and is jaw dropping amazing. For a good 20 minutes of the movie she's on the hood of a car as it seems to fly down a highway.
15. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)http://imdb.com/title/tt0087800/
Goodness I've seen this movie over 20 times and it's still scary. Now, this is not a film for the people who don't like the monster popping out and giving a good scare, but if you do and you've never seen it what are you waiting for?
16. Scream (1996)http://imdb.com/title/tt0117571/
The movie that brought back the horror genera from the dead. In the early 1990's Hollywood wouldn't touch the horror film and left it to fun cheese factories like Troma. It took Wes Craven to come back with a brand new look at it. He also uses every single horror movie device possible. The red herring, pop out and scare you monsters, a cheating mother, and finally an intelligent girl that isn't willing to die just because she's broken the rules. If you like horror films this one is good on so many levels. It's also laugh out loud funny.