Best Horror Movies of the Decade

I’ve given more weight to films that truly frightened me and those that made me consider other dimensions to the beyond….

10. Martyrs

9. The Uninvited Guest

8. The Host

7. The Orphanage

6. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (remake)

5. The Hills Have Eyes (remake)

4. Tale of Two Sisters

3. Ju-on (the original Japanese version—not the American one with Sarah Michelle Gellar)

2. Audition

1. Kairo (Pulse)

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2 Responses to “Best Horror Movies of the Decade”

  1. Alex Says:

    Yes! The original Pulse is a spectacular movie. Much more ambitious and focused than even the other good Kiyoshi Kurosawa films. I don’t buy many movies but this I had to own.

  2. jeredunn Says:

    Awesome. Yeah, Kurosawa hasn’t matched this effort yet. Damn we’re too cool and stuff!

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