Oct 11, 2013
Only one vote for these movies, many of which I find to be positively delightful.
210. Necronomicon: Book of the Dead -- 1993, Christophe Gans, Shusuke Kaneko, & Brian Yuzna
209. Mirrors -- 2008, Alexandre Aja
208. The Swarm -- 1978, Irwin Allen
207. The House on Sorority Row -- 1983, Mark Rosman
206. Dead End -- 2003, Jean-Baptiste Andrea & Fabrice Canepa
205. Saw -- 2004, James Wan
204. Black Sabbath -- 1963, Mario Bava
203. Son of Frankenstein -- 1939, Rowland V. Lee
202. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow -- 1949, Clyde Geronimi & Jack Kinney
201. When a Stranger Calls -- 1979, Fred Walton
Oh HELL YES THE SWARM. I've been thinking about that movie a lot, what with all the stories about giant killer wasps from China floating around these days. Yes, the bees in The Swarm are bees and not hornets. I am just saying I've been thinking about that bloated mess of a movie so much lately that I may begin hallucinating enormous bees floating over my bed and that's a good thing.
How did I not know about this Necronomicon movie? Jeffrey Combs is in it! And what was Christophe Gans's work like back then, hmm? I'm gonna have to find out.