1930s Horror Movies

Here's a list of horror 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

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1931
A travelling solicitor is preyed upon by a hermit who drinks human blood.
1931
A scientist gives life to a creature made of parts from exhumed corpses.
1933
A scientist discovers a formula that makes him invisible and increasingly evil.
1933
A film crew travels to a distant island where giant creatures are rumored to exist.
1935
The juice of a rare flower is the only thing keeping a doctor from transforming into a werewolf during a full moon.
1932
A circus' trapeze artist marries the leader of side-show performers for his inheritance.
1933
Missing people and corpses lead a reporter to a wax museum owned by a strange sculptor.
1932
A mad scientist seeks to mingle human blood with that of an ape.
1935
Two scientists experimenting with the afterlife bait one of their creations with another.
1939
The son of a mad scientist revives the monster his father created before his death.
1933
A man travels to an island where he finds the offspring of a giant ape he was once prey to.
1932
A scientist who conducts experiments in evolution establishes himself as the leader of a team of humanoids.
1931
A doctor tests a potion he created on himself and becomes evil.
1932
An archaeologist resuscitates a mummy.
1936
An escaped convict uses miniaturized humans to exact vengeance on those that framed him.
1937
A disfigured musician roams a Chinese opera house.
1936
A barber kills his clients and steals from them.
1936
A dead vampire’s daughter seeks help from a psychiatrist who she believes can lift her curse.
1934
Newlyweds become trapped in the home of a Satan worshiper.
1932
Five travelers find shelter in a bizarre family estate.
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