1960s 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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1960
A woman steals a large sum of money and hides in a motel owned by a strange man.
1968
A pregnant woman worries about her physical and mental health.
1963
Birds of all kinds attack the residents of a small town.
1968
Giant monsters escape a human controlled tropical island and wreak havoc in major cities around the world.
1968
Strangers barricade themselves in a farmhouse to survive a zombie infestation.
1967
A professor and his apprentice try to rescue a damsel in distress who has been captured by a vampire.
1963
A man tells three frightening stories.
1965
Five strangers boarding a train have their fortune told by a man offering tarot readings.
1960
The women of a small town give birth to strange children with psychic powers.
1964
When a disease turns all of humanity into the living dead, the last man on earth becomes a vampire hunter.
1960
A clumsy florist feeds a manipulative carnivorous plant human blood.
1962
A man presents three stories of shock and horror.
1962
An ex-convict takes revenge on a lawyer who helped put him in jail.
1962
A man kidnaps an opera singer and teaches her his songs.
1963
After a meteor shower leaves most of the human population blind, carnivorous plant men start feeding on people and animals.
1962
After a traumatic accident, a woman becomes drawn to a mysterious abandoned carnival.
1969
An aristocrat keeps his disfigured brother locked in a tower of his house, unaware that he has found a way out.
1960
A serial killer films women he seduces before murdering them.
1969
A man plans to rob his wealthy aunt with his girlfriend, but dozens of cats stand in their way.
1967
Four people get their dark potential futures told by a wax statue.

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