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It is hard to say what makes a movie a classic, other than a lasting ability that makes it a favorite among many age groups for many years. Some films scare us with images, others create an atmosphere that can be equally disturbing, either way this list from Reel.com, is full of movies that should please any horror fanatic young or old.

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Daughters of Darkness Underground cult hit about honeymooning couple becoming involved with lesbian vampire. Languorous pace, sophisticated dialogue, sumptuously photographed gore should appeal to art-horror devotees and adventurous vampire film lovers.

Runtime: 87 minutes
Rating: R

Flesh for Frankenstein Tasteless, semi-campy rendition of Shelley's classic. Over-excessive gore, sometimes amateurish filmmaking, and occasionally funny lines combine with tongue-in-cheek eroticism in a film best suited for Dallesandro devotees, cult movie aficionados.

Runtime: 95 minutes
Rating: NR

Masque of the Red Death Poe-based horror classic about fiendish prince tormenting captives in 1100's Italy. Gore-seekers will come up empty, but the lavish sets, stunning cinematography, and subtle suspense will thrill fans of old-school chillers.

Runtime: 88 minutes
Rating: NR

Trilogy of Terror Cult horror omnibus features tour-de-force Black performance in four roles. Most popular segment deals with malevolent Zuni doll. Suspenseful and not overly violent film is must-see viewing for fright-flick fans.

Runtime: 78 minutes
Rating: NR

Bride of Frankenstein, The Darkly witty sequel about mad doctor building a mate for his monster. This favorite of critics is still capable of providing heart-thumping jolts for fans of classic horror.

Runtime: 75 minutes
Rating: NR

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Near-Gothic horror melodrama about squabbling aged sisters. This classic, with its well-crafted script and charged, riveting performances, still thrills enthusiasts of suspense, drama, and chills. A must-see for Davis devotees.

Runtime: 132 minutes
Rating: NR

Thing, The Antarctic research team discovers frozen alien spacecraft in this slime-spattered, graphically violent sci-fi thriller. Despite its intriguing story, this non-stop gore fest is most appealing to die-hard, strong-stomached horror fans.

Runtime: 108 minutes
Rating: R

Frankenstein Timeless tragedy about mad scientist creating murderous yet childlike creature. This founding example of the monster movie still fascinates horror fans, film history buffs with its still-chilling suspense, sterling performances.

Runtime: 70 minutes
Rating: NR

Mad Love Gothic-style classic about mad doctor who performs surgery on his beloved's husband. This Lorre vehicle's compelling plot, suspense, chills please classic film lovers and fans of offbeat, stylized horror/drama.

Runtime: 83 minutes
Rating: NR

Curse of the Demon Brilliantly creepy photographic effects sustain this tale of a doubting psychiatrist plagued by a satanic curse. Classic horror buffs appreciate terrifying atmosphere, even if the demon itself looks dated.

Runtime: 82 minutes
Rating: NR

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