Well, well. Sorry to worry you that SHOCKtober was SHOCKover- I was away from the computer for a few days. Hard to believe, but true. To make it up to you, how about a massive chunk of list? Each of these films totally scared a reader at one time or another and thus received one vote.
200. The Dark Crystal -- 1982, Jim Henson & Frank Oz
199. High Tension -- 2003, Alexandre Aja
198. Watcher in the Woods -- 1980, John Hough
Hell yeah, Watcher in the Woods! These wussy kids of today could really benefit from another Dark Disney period.
197. Apocalypse Now -- 1979, Francis Ford Coppola
196. Dead Calm -- 1989, Phillip Noyce
195. Kwaidan -- 1964, Masaki Kobayashi
I gotta see Kwaidan! It was also #186 on your list of favorite horror films during SHOCKtober 2010.
194. Serenity -- 2005, Joss Whedon
193. The People Under the Stairs -- 1991, Wes Craven
The line "No vegetables...no dessert. That's the rule!" (which is followed by someone getting stabbed with a corn cob), is from Sleepwalkers, but that doesn't stop me from thinking it's featured in The People Under the Stairs.
192. The Mist -- 2007, Frank Darabont
191. Beauty and the Beast -- 1962, Edward L. Cahn
190. Village of the Damned -- 1960, Wolf Rilla
"WolfRilla" is such a SyFy movie title.
189. Enter the Void -- 2009, Gaspar Noe
188. Mary Poppins -- 1964, Robert Stevenson
187. Twilight Zone: The Movie -- 1983, Joe Dante, John Landis, George Miller, & Steven Spielberg
I second that emotion! I found much of the Twilight Zone movie downright terrifying when I was young, particularly this:
186. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde -- 1931, Rouben Mamoulian
185. Paranormal Activity 2 -- 2010, Tod Williams
184. Blacula -- 1972, William Crain
183. Raiders of the Lost Ark -- 1981, Steven Spielberg
182. Dead of Night -- 1945, Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, & Robert Hamer
181. Cropsey -- 2009, Barbara Brancaccio & Joshua Zeman
180. The Poughkeepsie Tapes -- 2007, John Erick Dowdle
179. The Awakening -- 2011, Nick Murphy
178. Kidnapped -- 2010, Miguel Angel Vivas
177. Cannibal Holocaust -- 1980, Ruggero Deodato
176. The Legend of Hell House -- 1973, John Hough
I've only seen The Legend of Hell House once (and I've read the book) and...I dunno, maybe I wasn't in the mood for it, because it didn't do much for me. That has to be a brain defect on my part, though, and I'm gonna give it another go one of these days.
175. Creepshow -- 1982, George Romero
174. Earth vs. the Flying Saucers -- 1956, Fred F. Sears
173. High Lane -- 2009, Abel Ferry
172. Night of the Creeps -- 1986, Fred Dekker
171. Dead and Buried -- 1981, Gary Sherman
Woo, Dead and Buried never gets enough love anywhere, so I'm glad to see it get a mention.