Fifty Shades of Terror 2017: 50 Reviews of Black & White Horror Films

This book contains 50 reviews of horror movies shot in black and white. The reviews are sorted from the last position to the first one. The ranking of each production is established by the sum of 7 ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, story, creativity, acting & quality. Each film description contains a synopsis, a list of attributed genres, emotions evoked, seven ratings and a three-paragraph review.

TRIPLE WHAMMY: Perfect Rewatchability, Creepiness & Gimmick

Movies with added value
Rating Requirements:
Rewatchability RatingRewatchability RatingRewatchability Rating 

To be listed as a TRIPLE WHAMMY, a film must have a REWATCHABILITY RATING of 4/4, a GIMMICK RATING of 4/4, and a CREEPINESS RATING of 4/4.

List of horror movies from the best to the worst; sorted according to their overall score and in this order of priority:

Horror Movie Rating Priorities
Displaying 1 - 24 of 24
1980
Secluded in a remote hotel for the winter, a family is terrorized by ghosts.
1986
A scientist in love gradually turns into a fly after experimenting with a teleportation method he discovered.
1987
Teenagers held in a mental institution become the victims of a mad man who invades nightmares and kills through them.
1987
A man fights demons inhabiting a remote cottage from which he cannot escape.
1988
Haunted by a specter in her nightmares, a teenager discovers she is propagating her death curse among her friends.
1989
A family moves into a town house located near a cemetery rumored to bring back the buried to life.
1990
An injured author is held captive by a deranged fan of his.
1990
An adopted boy once the victim of a possessed doll suspects it found its way to his new foster home.
1988
A doll possessed by the ghost of a serial killer pursues a young boy in order to trade souls with him.
1984
A teenage girl and her friends die one by one after being tricked and tortured by an evil figure that haunts nightmares.
1981
Teenagers partying in a cabin in the woods become possessed by demons.
1990
A group of friends return to their hometown to defeat a demon that haunted them when they were kids.
1989
A resuscitated dream demon tracks down the woman who defeated him and tampers with her pregnancy to regain his powers.
1989
The mutant son of a dead scientist investigates a teleportation device his father invented.
1982
A shady mask factory plots to decimate the children population worldwide on Halloween night using a rigged live broadcast.
1987
The ghost of a prom queen terrorizes the students of a high school.
1988
On Halloween night, partying teenagers stir up spirits inside an abandoned house after a seance.
1994
Teenagers unknowingly carry a demon curse from a haunted house to their school on Halloween night.
1996
Aboard a spaceship, a scientist attempts to destroy a cursed puzzle box created by his ancestor.
1990
The inhabitants of a desert town are attacked by prehistoric worms sensitive to vibrations.
2003
A scientist who discovered how to reanimate the dead is sent to prison where he resumes his experiments.
1991
A teenager joins a military college where he suspects he was found by a possessed doll that tormented him as a child.
2000
Haunted tour participants awaken a supernatural entity while partying in the woods.
1988
An extra-terrestrial substance invades a town and grows at it eats.
My Movie Reviews

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My Nightmare Diary

• Write about your nightmares in this dream diary. Write about places, people, and what scared you. Draw pictures of your nightmares.
• A great notebook to keep at your bedside to record your dreams and analyze them.
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