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  • The Exorcist (R)

    "Doubtless this tale of spirit possession in Georgetown packs a punch, but so does wood alcohol," wrote Reader critic Don Druker in an earlier review of this. more...
  • The Eyes of My Mother
  • The Eyes of My Mother (R)

    In this baffling horror fable—the first feature from writer-director Nicolas Pesce—a girl witnesses the murder of her beloved mother (Diana Agostini) by a vagrant and is mesmerized, rather than repelled, by the act. more...
  • The Fog (R)

    John Carpenter's 1980 follow-up to Halloween is a ghost story with overtones of Hitchcock (The Birds) and Hawks (The Thing). more...
  • Friday the 13th (R)

    This low-budget horror film plays like a Xerox copy of Halloween (with an ending cribbed from Carrie), but it became one of 1980's biggest hits. more...
  • Fright Night (R)

    A teen (William Ragsdale), convinced that his next-door neighbor (Chris Sarandon) is a vampire, turns to the host of a TV horror show (Roddy McDowall) for help. more...
  • Fright Night 2: New Blood (R)

    Not to be confused with Fright Night Part II (1988), this spin-off of the 2011 Fright Night remake centers on a "sexy professor" who transforms into a vampire by night. more...
  • Fright Night (R)

    In the cult favorite Fright Night (1985), a fatherless schoolboy begins to suspect that the suave new neighbor (Chris Sarandon) flirting with his mom is a vampire; for help the kid turns to a TV horror movie host (Roddy McDowall) who claims to be a fearless vampire killer. more...
  • Fright Night 3D (R)

    In the cult favorite Fright Night (1985), a fatherless schoolboy begins to suspect that the suave new neighbor (Chris Sarandon) flirting with his mom is a vampire; for help the kid turns to a TV horror movie host (Roddy McDowall) who claims to be a fearless vampire killer. more...