November 28, 2023

Pandora’s Top Ten Horror Films

This list is SO impossible for me. I feel like as I’m picking my favorite children.  I have so many more I could list!  A list like this is unfair for so much great talent!!!

#10 – Saw (2004)

Saw (2004)

#9 – Hostel (2005)

Hostel (2005)

#8 – The Den (2013)

The Den (2013)

#7 – The Changeling (1980)

The Changeling (1980)

#6 – I Spit On Your Grave (1978)

I Spit On Your Grave (1978)

#5 – The Last House On The Left (2009)

The Last House On The Left (2009)

#4 – House Of 1,000 Corpses (2003)

House Of 1000 Corpses (2003)

#3 – The Devil’s Rejects (2005)

The Devil's Rejects (2005)

#2 – Friday The 13th (1980)

Friday The 13th (1980)

#1 – Halloween (1978)

Halloween (1978)


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9 years ago

Great list! Always nice to see that I’m not the only one that liked the remake for “The Last House on the Left.” I just don’t think the original stands up at all.

“I Spit On Your Grave.” I remember hearing about that when I was a teenager, and no one I knew could ever get their hands on a copy. I finally saw it about 6 or 7 years ago. Stands up surprisingly well, where I don’t think a lot of that type of movie does today.

9 years ago

Who doesn’t like seeing Jesse Pinkman get murdered at the kitchen sink? The remake for it was pretty decent, and I loved the tone change once the parents went on the hunt.

I saw this amazing video breaking down “I Spit on your Grave” that shows how this film was not so much exploitative (but empowering….remember. It was originally released under “Day of the Woman” ( It is definitely worth a look, and puts into perspective some of the shots in the film.

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