Ranked Franchise Horror Movies

Random Movie Franchises

Select one movie franchise to see how its movies rank from best to worst. Select multiple movie franchises to juxtapose their installments in a list from the best to the worst.

A film franchise, or movie franchise (also referred to as a film series or movie series) is a collection of related films in succession that share the same universe, or are marketed as a series. A movie franchise is a collection of films related by copyright. Sequels, prequels, remakes, re-imaginings, spin-offs and public domain films are common examples of franchised films.

These are lists of movies ranked from the best to the worst using the sum of eight different ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, creepiness, story, creativity, acting and quality.

Horror Movie Rating Priorities for Steve Hutchison
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1986
While attempting to confirm the death of a revenant, a teenager instead re-animates his past assailer, allowing him to resume his murder spree.
1974
Siblings and their friends, while driving to the desecrated tomb of their grandfather, run out of gas and become the victims of cannibals.
1986
A former marshal infiltrates an underground cannibal hideout to rescue an abducted night radio host.
1982
An infamous vengeful teenager murderer confined to a lake cheats death and return to his old killing patterns.
1984
A supernatural serial killer considered slayed escapes a morgue to return to the lake where he once drowned.
1988
Gifted with psychic abilities she cannot inhibit and subject to a therapy, a troubled teenager believes a murderer is after her.
1989
A revenant once confined to a lake infiltrates a cruise boat on its way to Manhattan.
1990
A couple on a road trip and a survivalist are trapped by a family of sadistic cannibals in a remote area.
1985
Unknowingly the targets of a resilient serial killer, the occupants of a halfway house are puzzled by recent disappearances.
1980
The counselors of a summer camp with a violent past are being slaughtered by a stealthy murderer.
1982
Recent disappearances lead the counselors of a summer camp to believe a serial killer presumed dead has returned.
2001
A cryogenized revenant is thawed in a spaceship lab, returns to life and starts murdering the crew.
2017
Teenagers kidnap a nurse and escape from a mental hospital.
1993
An immortal assassin gains the ability to transfer his soul from one individual to the next.
2003
After a stranger committed suicide in their van, a group of friends looking for help become the targets of cannibals.
2006
A mentally challenged orphan is raised by cannibals who prey on tourists.
2003
Two supernatural serial killers responsible for the deaths of hundreds of teenagers fight each other for territory.
1994
After a car crash on the night of their graduation, teenagers cross paths with a family of cannibals.
2013
A woman travels to Texas town to claim an inheritance where she encounters a chainsaw-wielding cannibal murderer.
2009
A man whose sister went missing scouts a desolated summer camp where a masked brute is stalking and killing teenagers.
Masters of Terror 2020: Stuart Gordon's Filmography

This book contains the synopses and reviews of the darkest films in Stuart Gordon’s filmography. The movies are ranked.

Subgenres of Terror 2020: Apocalyptic Diseases

Two popular subgenres converge. Film critic Steve Hutchison covers 50 excellent apocalyptic disease films and ranks them mathematically. A synopsis, five ratings, and a review are provided for each film. How many have you seen?

Subgenres of Terror 2020: Apocalyptic Films

Included in this book are 50 reviews of horror and horror-adjacent apocalyptic films.

Apocalyptic films depict destruction, violence, fear, famine, and the terror that precede the end of civilization.

Each book in the Subgenres of Terror 2020 collection contains a ranked thematic watchlist.

Subgenres of Terror 2020: Disease Films

Included in this book are 50 reviews of horror and horror-adjacent disease films.

Disease films depict infections, viruses, contagion, sickness, and disabilities.

Each book in the Subgenres of Terror 2020 collection contains a ranked thematic watchlist.