How ya doin', horror fans? Think you know your horror stuff well? Then this quiz should be a cinch for you to try. Hop on!
The horror film genre might be one of the most popular film genres in the whole wide world. Let's face it: a lot of people want a good scare sometime! And it's the good kind of scare, of course. So where else can you get that? The movies are definitely one great source for that!
That's why there have been so many kinds of horror films that have come out in the decades since cinema was invented. Even during the infancy of cinema, there were already a lot of horror films made! Think you can guess some of them? We included quite a few here in this "horror expert" list! Grab the chance to prove yourself!
So what we did here is, we took some of the crucial keywords in the horror film titles, and we replaced them with pictures or images. Try guessing the pictures right, and you'll get the film title right. Easy enough! In some cases, we put the exact images that connect directly with some of the horror films' concepts and themes. That should really make it easier for horror film buffs, eh?
So take a stab at this, and have a frightfully fun time with the quiz! Good luck.
"The Sixth Sense" is a classic horror film with a psychological twist. Good job, M. Night Shyamalan!
"Halloween" could also be literally scary. This film proves it!
"Friday the 13th introduced" us to the Jason character. It truly is bad luck to meet him!
"Scream" is one scary horror movie. The power of suggestion is what counts here.
"Jaws" is a big hit for director Steven Spielberg. It sends chills to people who go to beaches.
There’s an "The Evil Dead" movie in the ‘80s. But there’s also one made in 2013.
There are so many movies featuring Dracula. Check out the 1931 classic, though, the one with Bela Lugosi.
"The Birds" is a chilling film by Alfred Hitchcock. Can you image birds attacking you out of the blue?
Watch the Japanese original of "The Ring." It’s more chilling!
"The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" is a 1974 film. Yet it remains as chilling as ever!
"Eyes Without A Face" is not only a Billie Idol song. It’s also a frightening 1960 horror film.
"Saw" is a 2005 horror film. Due to its popularity, one "Saw" sequel came out year after year after that, until 2010!
George A. Romero is one horror filmmaker you should watch. Start with his 1968 classic "Night of the Living Dead."
There was also a "Frankenstein" movie back in 1931. It starred Boris Karloff.
Danny Boyle’s "28 Days Later" is indeed a modern horror classic. The British sure know how to scare us!
Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins are both commendable in "The Silence of the Lambs." This film is a modern horror classic.
John Carpenter should be in this list! His 1980 film "The Fog" is a horror classic!
If you know "Chucky," then you’ve seen "Child’s Play." Do you wanna see it again?
"Cat People" is originally made in 1942. There was a 1982 remake.
Wes Craven helmed "The Hills Have Eyes." This is a 1977 film that still scares us today!
Lovecraft followers surely know "In The Mouth of Madness." This 1994 movie follows this line of horror storytelling.
Don’t let the title fool ya! "Candyman" is scary as heck, as well as its sequels!
"The People Under The Stairs" is part horror and part comedy. Americans like making these kinds of films.
Peter Jackson also made horror movies! "Braindead" is his 1992 film, but it’s known as "Dead Alive" in America.
"The Omen" is about the Antichrist. Yep, it’s a child!
Ingmar Bergman also did horror films. "Hour of the Wolf" is his 1968 opus.
"The Fly" is partly horror, partly sci-fi. Jeff Goldblum starred in the 1986 remake.
"Children of the Corn" is a chilling 1984 film. It’s based on a Stephen King short story.
"The Serpent and the Rainbow" is a Wes Craven film. It came out in 1988.
The 2012 film "The Cabin in the Woods" is again another comedy-horror film. But the horror part delivers well, trust us!
"An American Werewolf in London" is partly horror and partly comedy. But it’s still chilling nonetheless.
"Thirteen Ghosts" is a 2001 horror film. It was shot in Canada.
The 1955 film "The Night of the Hunter" influenced many of today’s filmmakers. It’s based on a novel by Davis Grubb.
"The Shining" is one classic horror film. Jack Nicholson is unforgettable here.
Tim Burton directed his own version of "Sleepy Hollow." It was released in 1999.
The 1935 film "The Bride of Frankenstein" is the chilling one to watch. You can’t go wrong with Boris Karloff!
"A Nightmare on Elm Street" introduced us to the horrific character named Freddie Krueger. Good luck sleeping with him around!
"The Hitcher" is an interesting 1986 horror slasher. It was remade in 2007.
"Pet Sematary" is one heck of a scary film! This 1989 movie was based on yet another Stephen King novel.
"The Last House on the Left" is a 2009 horror film. But it’s a remake of a 1972 film.