Movie Classification

Movie Classification

Horror Movies by Genres, Subgenres, Antagonists, Moods, Tint, Realism, Franchise Relationship, Audio, Release Year, Title and More

Horror Movie Rating Priorities for Steve Hutchison

This is a list of all our movie reviews in chronological order, alphabetical order or publication order. They can be sorted from the most recent film to the oldest, or from the oldest film to the latest. They can also be sorted alphabetically based on their title. Additionally, they can be sorted by date published.

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You can narrow your search by selecting the following classification methods: genres, subgenres, moods (ambiances) & treats (antagonists). Choose whether you want to include or exclude anthology films. Anthologies are compilation of short films. You can also choose between color films or black and white films. You can also choose a type of realism. Realism can be plausible, supernatural or surreal. Movies can be silent or spoken. Movies can be part of a franchise. They can be original installments, sequels, prequels, remakes, re-imagining or spin-offs.

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1931
A doctor tests a potion he created on himself and becomes evil.
1933
A film crew travels to a distant island where giant creatures are rumored to exist.
1933
A scientist discovers a formula that makes him invisible and increasingly evil.
1933
A man travels to an island where he finds the offspring of a giant ape he was once prey to.
1942
The grandson of a scientist known for his experiments on invisibility is hired as a double agent in a war against the Nazi.
1951
A man imprisoned and sentenced to death injects himself with an invisibility potion in order to escape.
1951
Two newly graduated detectives help an invisible man who was framed for murder.
1951
The son of a scientist who came up with potions of good and evil attempts to recreate his father's work.
1951
Scientists and soldiers investigate an alien invader in Arctic.
1953
Two ex-policemen search for a monster in the streets of London.
1954
A group of scientists investigate a deadly prehistoric creature that lurks in Amazonian waters.
1954
Japan is attacked by a large irradiated sea creature from the Jurassic era.
1955
Having escaped the aquatic park where it was held captive, a prehistoric monster terrorizes a city.
1955
Two irradiated dinosaurs fight each other on the shores of a Japanese city.
1956
An aquatic prehistoric creature is captured and turned into an air-breather by a mad scientist.
1956
The Japanese military protects a city against giant mutated insects and dinosaurs.
1956
A doctor discovers that the population of his town is being replaced by alien duplicates.
1956
An American reporter narrates his encounter with a giant mutated dinosaur in Japan.
1961
Small creatures held captive by a corporation summon a giant larva to rescue them.
1962
A giant gorilla is summoned so it can defeat an old dinosaur that has been threatening Japan's security.

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Best of Terror 2020: Top 300 Horror Movies

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