Each of the following films received two votes:
80. Ghost Story -- 1981, John Irvin
79. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark -- 1973, John Newland
78. Dressed to Kill -- 1980, Brian De Palma
77. Fire in the Sky -- 1993, Robert Lieberman
The following films received three votes each:
76. Gremlins -- 1984, Joe Dante
75. Ghostwatch -- 1992, Lesley Manning
74. Aliens -- 1986, James Cameron
73. The Others -- 2001, Alejandro Amenabar
72. Prince of Darkness -- 1987, John Carpenter
71. Clownhouse -- 1989, Victor Salva
I nabbed me a copy of Ghostwatch some time ago and it's a good time with some creepy bits here and there. Mind, this is an opinion coming long after The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity wreaked scary havoc in my brain place and faux documentary frightfests are a ha'penny a dozen. I can only imagine what it must have been like to see Ghostwatch when it aired, starring actual TV personalities and presenting the supernatural goings-on as 100% real. I'd probably still be locked up somewhere and, in true EC Comics style, muttering to myself, incessantly rocking back and forth, and sporting a Nancy Thompson-esque white streak in my hair. Ah, dare to dream!
Prince of Darkness is so underrated! It seems that people don't talk about it even when they're talking about John Carpenter movies.
I've never seen Clownhouse, and I never will. Had I known about writer/director Victor Salva at the time (for those of you who don't, this is a decent enough overview), I doubt I would have gone to see Jeepers Creepers. You can separate the art from the artist all you like, but you also have to decide how you're going to spend your money and who's going to profit from it, you know?