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  • Dracula
  • Dracula

    In the early days of talking pictures, studios produced alternate versions of movies for the foreign market, and this 1931 Spanish-language feature, shot at night after Bela Lugosi and company had gone home, has been touted by horror geeks as an improvement over the U.S. release. more...
  • Devil (PG-13)

    Five people trapped on a high-rise elevator are terrorized by an unknown killer who just might be the devil. more...
  • Drag Me to Hell (PG-13)

    After directing three Spider-Man movies, Sam Raimi makes a masterful return to the horror genre, though the crazed kineticism of his Evil Dead trilogy is replaced here by a fable of guilt, shame, and insecurity (2009). more...
  • Don't Look Now

    A frightening and consistently inventive horror story (1973) that poses a none-too-original question—are things ever what they seem, or never what they seem?—and answers that both alternatives are perfectly true. more...
  • Dead Alive

    Peter Jackson charts new highs (or lows) in free-flowing gore and nonstop, torrential splatter with this modestly budgeted comic horror extravaganza (1993), originally—and more appropriately—known as Braindead. more...