Here we go: another round of soul-melding bliss with movies that received TWO VOTES each. I want wedding pictures!
307. The Mummy -- 1959, Terence Fisher
306. Dead of Night -- 1945, Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer
305. Friday the 13th Part III -- 1982, Steve Miner
304. A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge -- 1985, Jack Sholder
303. Tombs of the Blind Dead -- 1971, Armando de Ossorio
302. The Lair of the White Worm -- 1988, Ken Russell
301. Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 -- 2000, Joe Berlinger
300. The Stepford Wives -- 1975, Bryan Forbes
299. The Prophecy -- 1995, Gregory Widen
298. Mothman Prophecies -- 2002, Mark Pellington
297. Duel -- 1971, Steven Spielberg
296. Something Wicked This Way Comes -- 1983, Jack Clayton
295. Undead -- 2003, Peter Spierig, Michael Spierig
294. Severance -- 2006, Christopher Smith
293. The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane -- 1976, Nicolas Gessner
292. Godzilla -- 1954, Ishiro Honda
291. Silver Bullet -- 1985, Daniel Attias
290. Dolls -- 1987, Stuart Gordon
289. Jeepers Creepers -- 2001, Victor Salva
288. Trilogy of Terror -- 1975, Dan Curtis
287. Zodiac -- 2007, David Fincher
286. The Exorcism of Emily Rose -- 2005, Scott Derrickson
285. Lost Highway -- 1997, David Lynch
284. The Kingdom -- 1994, Lars von Trier, Morten Arnfred
283. The Rocky Horror Picture Show -- 1975, Jim Sharman
- Man, Friday the 13th Part III is such an enjoyable piece of dook. A couple of years ago I saw it in all three glorious dimensions in a theater and it was so much fun- definitely a movie to watch with a group.
- I don't know why Mothman Prophecies left me all ten kinds of "meh" when I saw it, for people seem to really like it- and at least two people really really like it. Maybe it wasn't what I was expecting? I hate when that happens. It's never the movie's fault, after all. I think that's why so many people hate on The Exorcism of Emily Rose- while it was creepy at times, it wasn't the straight-up horror flick people wanted it to be. I knew that going in, and I dug it- it's totally the best episode of Law & Order ever!
- Freddy's Revenge: the "Gaypex of Horror Cinema"!
- I've never seen any of the Blind Dead films. I should rectify that.
- I like Blair Witch 2! There, I said it. I've only seen it once, but I appreciated what they were trying to do with it.
- I have The Kingdom sitting on my shelf, waiting for the perfect rainy day marathon viewing session. I should move somewhere it rains regularly. Or semi-regularly. Or more than eight times a year.