10 Scariest Movies

Just four days before Halloween, to finish out the month of October and my fearful lists, here are the 10 most terrifying movies I have seen.

10.     Dracula (1931; Tod Browning)

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9.     Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931; Rouben Mamoulian)

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8.     The Phantom of the Opera (1925; Rupert Julian)

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7.     A Clockwork Orange (1971; Stanley Kubrick)

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6.     King Kong (1933; Merian C. Cooper & Ernst B. Schoedsack)

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5.     The Bad Seed (1956; Mervyn LeRoy)

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4.     Frankenstein (1931; James Whale)

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3.     M (1931; Fritz Lang)

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2.     Nosferatu (1922; F. W. Murnau)

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1.     Psycho (1960; Alfred Hitchcock)

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