1. Horror of Dracula (58)
2. Carnival of Souls (62)
4. George Romero's Martin (77)
5. Spider Baby aka The Maddest Story Ever Told (68)
6. Dead and Buried (81)
8. Alice Sweet Alice aka The Communion (76)
70's Gothic Horror, shot in New Jersey, a beautiful rare gem in 70's irreligious horror. Director Alfred Sole executes this complex slasher exceptionally well and unconventionally reveals the killer's identity 3/4 of the way in the film. A must see for slasher fans.
Before CGI bullshit, there was a day when make up artists won Academy Awards. American Werewolf in London has blood for blood, bone for bone-cracking bone the single best Werewolf transformation scene in cinema. Thank God for Rick Baker.