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Classic movie Man's rate the Classics got me to thinking ( and it hurt like the dickens!)I propose that we Classic horror fans should make our own top ten! So here's mine:1 Bride of Frankenstein 2 Dracula 3The Island of Lost Souls 4 King Kong 5 Freaks 6 Frankenstein 7 The Body Snatcher 8 The Wolf-Man 9 The Invisible Man 10 The Creature From The Black Lagoon.

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alls ya had to do was SCREAM ta get 'em off yer back! ;)
Here is mine: 1 Bride of Frankenstein 2 Frankenstein 3 Dracula 4 The Mummy 5 The Wolfman 6 King Kong 7 Island of Lost Souls 8 The Old Dark House 9 The Invisible Man 10 Creature From the Black Lagoon
10.Dracula, Prince of Darkness (Christopher Lee)
9. The Mummy (Christopher Lee)
8. The Bride of Frankenstein
7. Freaks
6. Frankenstein (Boris)
5. Metropolis (Fritz Lang - Silent)
4. Dracula (Bela)
3. The Mummy (Boris)
2. The Phantom of the Opera (Lon Chaney - Silent)
and finally....
1.King Kong

The thing is, my list is always changing! I love way too many horror movies to really have a permanent top 10. However, my top five are always the same, mostly in that least #1 is always King Kong!
Bride of Frankenstein, The Wolfman, Dracula, The Mummy, Frankenstein, Creature From the Black Lagoon, King Kong, Island of Lost Souls, Freaks and The Old Dark House
1. The Bride of Frankenstein
2. The Mystery of the Wax Museum (note: when I first saw this, it was the black & white version! It was shown on the South Bend PBS station in the 80's.)
3. The Body Snatcher
4. White Zombie
5. King Kong
6. Son of Frankenstein
7. Nosferatu (1922)
8. The Raven (1935)
9. Mad Love
10. Phanton of the Opera (1925)
It seems that everybody is voting for movies before 1960.....maybe we should have another list--top ten classics of the Hammer/AIP/Amicus era.

1. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 2. Nosferatu 3. Bride of Frankenstein 4. Island of Lost Souls 5. The Mummy 6. The Black Cat 7. I Walked with a Zombie 8. Frankenstein 9. Dracula 10. Mad Love

1. Frankenstein (1931)

2. Dracula (1931)

3. The Invisible Man (1933)

4. The Phantom Of The Opera (1925)

5. Freaks (1932)

6. The Wolfman (1941)

7. King Kong (1933)

8. Nosferatu (1922)

9. Son Of Frankenstein (1939)

10. The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)


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