Are these classic horror movies still scary today?

Are these spooky films Halloween has-beens?


Sometimes a movie still scares you, no matter how many times you see it. But sometimes, you watch a movie years later that used to scare the pants off of you, and you find that it just doesn't shock you as much as it used to. Here's how this quiz works: We'll give you a film, and you tell us if you think that film is still scary. 

  1. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)
  2. Dracula (1931)
  3. Psycho (1960)
  4. What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962)
  5. Night of the Living Dead (1968)
  6. Rosemary's Baby (1968)
  7. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
  8. Halloween (1978)
  9. Suspiria (1977)
  10. Alien (1979)
  11. JAWS (1975)
  12. The Exorcist (1973)
  13. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
  14. The Thing (1982)
  15. Friday the 13th (1980)

Are these classic horror movies still scary today?

Your Result...

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HpHoward 9 months ago
People should keep in mind we have 2 types of horror films, moral, and post-moral. The post-moral ones (mainly) began with Night/Living Dead, and most since then are this type. Texas Chainsaw, Friday 13th, etc. Not an original thought with me, but I do agree with it, and that this shows trend of how decadent society has become since the late 1960s. You did have exceptions like Psycho, but those are mighty few. Sorry to get so serious, but this seems time to mention it.🎃
texasluva 9 months ago

MrsPhilHarris was the fasted gun for the MQ. Congrats MPH
Warlock (1959) Western-
Edward Dmytryk
Richard Widmark-- Henry Fonda-- Anthony Quinn-
Dorothy Malone--Dolores Michaels--DeForest Kelley-
A famous gunman becomes the marshal of Warlock to end a gang's rampages, but is met with some opposition by a former gang member turned deputy sheriff who wants to follow only legal methods.
MrsPhilHarris texasluva 9 months ago
Oh my! Actually I have seen it before and enjoyed it, however I can’t imagine why I would watch it with a title like that. I’m wondering if you recommended it.🤔
texasluva MrsPhilHarris 9 months ago
Well I would recommend to see it and probably gave it out in the long, long long past.
texasluva MrsPhilHarris 9 months ago
Come one come all to the MeTv Friday Night Movie Quiz.
Where everyone can take a guess or make comments to other quizzers.
There will be extra bonus movies for just coming by. Including entertainment for all. Feel free to ask questions, copy movie links and just plain join in the fun via communication. The MQ will be up until the movie is guessed and an hour to look over and pick out what you wish. Have fun doing so. There are no wrong answers but the first one to guess the correct movie gets their names put up for getting it correctly. See you @ Killer Quiz from Outer Space. Can you score an A+ on this B-movie quiz?
9 P.M. Sharp (Friday) CT. Stop by .
Good luck and enjoy
texasluva 9 months ago
Movie quiz 10-06-2023
Days when outlaw gangs pretty much ran things in town including the town Sheriff. In this movie he is run out of town instead of shot down in the streets like most. The town folks none too happy about their situation hire two gunmen to lay down the law and keep peace and order. These two have their act down pat. Outlaws rebel and not about to give in unless they be 6 foot under. Which also brings us to one of the Outlaws former men also wishes to stop this lawlessness. I can say that the cast in this movie are ominous. Block buster movies for years and some in the best TV Shows.

The name of this movie makes it sound like another genre but it's really the name of this town. One cast member has played many a movie and also on Star Trek (tv Show). The 3 lead stars have played bad guy , good guy and other types of Iron Clad movies from dramas, to Noir greats. You know their names like the back of your hand.

I know one thing for sure. There's gonna be a lot trouble here and there. Where it leads is anybody's guess. Best get your quick draw down pat or buy daisy's ahead of time to plant.

Note: on coming attractions. Again I've been privy to not only Top movies but ones that may be up to 14G in quality. That means instead of that 480P, 720P they will be 1080P and better. Just received a one of a kind Uploader touting such cinema. Proof will be in the pudding. Also means I've got a lot of work to do. Placing and also putting them on my lists and onto your viewing. Most likely starting next week and into future MQ for quizzers.

The Dovells - No No No--

Will this be in your future? It will!
The Truth About Mother-

You will be sure to get some of these in the near future. I have found a trove of Horror. This week easy on you but coming ones, not so much.
PSYCHOTRONIC CINEMA SPOTLIGHT #2: TV Ads for Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy Films ('50s/'60s/'70s)-

Columbo Goes Ashes to Ashes | Columbo
Final below:
Caught Every One, Except You | Columbo-

Arlene Francis and Dorothy Kilgallen's Funny Moments 😆--

Let's Dance - Ultimate Mashup with new and old movies ---

Young Frankenstein (1974) Comedy Selected by MrsPhillHarris
Mel Brooks
Gene Wilder---Madeline Kahn---Marty Feldman-
Peter Boyle---Cloris Leachman--- Teri Garr-
An American grandson of the infamous scientist, struggling to prove that his grandfather was not as insane as people believe, is invited to Transylvania, where he discovers the process that reanimates a dead body.

Shenandoah (1965) Drama--War--Western--Selected by KJExpress
Andrew V. McLaglen
James Stewart---Doug McClure---Glenn Corbett-
Patrick Wayne---Katharine Ross---Rosemary Forsyth-
A Virginia farmer who has vowed to remain neutral during the Civil War is spurred into action when his youngest son is taken by Union soldiers.

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975) #18 all time--Drama-
Milos Forman
Jack Nicholson---Louise Fletcher---Michael Berryman-
Danny DeVito-
In the Fall of 1963, a Korean War veteran and criminal pleads insanity and is admitted to a mental institution, where he rallies up the scared patients against the tyrannical nurse.

To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) Crime--Drama-
#113 rated best movie of all time.
Robert Mulligan
Gregory Peck---John Megna---Frank Overton---Rosemary Murphy-
Brock Peters---Paul Fix---Mary Badham---Phillip Alfod-
Atticus Finch, a widowed lawyer in Depression-era Alabama, defends a Black man against an undeserved rape charge, and tries to educate his young children against prejudice.

Scarlet Street (1945) Crime--Drama--Film-Noir--Top movie and cast.
Fritz Lang
Edward G. Robinson---Joan Bennett---Dan Duryea---Margaret Lindsay-
A man in mid-life crisis befriends a young woman, though her fiancé persuades her to con him out of the fortune they mistakenly assume he possesses.

Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1956) One of the best Drama--Sci-Fi--Horror flicks of the 1950's. My favorite.
Don Siegel
Kevin McCarthy---Dana Wynter---Larry Gates---Carolyn Jones-
A small-town doctor learns that the population of his community is being replaced by emotionless alien duplicates.

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texasluva KJExpress 9 months ago
We have that movie on file. Can show it anytime (after Halloween). Also a 12G movie file of The 10 Commandments.
KJExpress texasluva 9 months ago
I have The Ten Commandments on DVD. Classic! It took forever before my mom finally let me stay up late and watch the whole thing on tv. I believe they still show it around Easter or Passover.
texasluva KJExpress 9 months ago
Do not fall asleep. Your MQ is coming up soon
On the contrary, Friday 13th has usually been good to me for some reason 🤭 Probably coz I’m not superstitious.
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texasluva 9 months ago
I will put it up by 3 P.M today. That would be 4 P.M. your time
KJExpress 9 months ago
Just seeing it. I'll look over everything now and get back to you.
KJExpress 9 months ago
Thanks for re-posting everything, Tex. I have looked at it all now so you can go ahead and delete it. I remember seeing ads for some of those schlocky horror movies. To think that some of them were rated G! Good movie selection and I must tell you that "To Kill a Mockingbird" is my favorite movie. I also love the novel and re-read it every few years. Thanks again for re-posting! 👋🤓
LoveMETV22 9 months ago
Did a toon with your new avatar, should be a few comments above. If not here's a link to the comment:
Granny 10 months ago
62% similar. I never thought Rosemary’s Baby was scary; I just found it very sad. I felt really sorry for her. As for The Exorcist, I might have found it scary if I hadn’t heard Richard Pryor’s 3 minute parody of it before I saw the movie.
trogg888 10 months ago
There's something wrong with you if you don't like horror movies
trogg888 10 months ago
Anyone who watches alien ever and isn't scared has ice water in their veins
KJExpress 10 months ago
93% similar. I don't care for horror films, so I mostly answered "scary then, scary now." 😲
texasluva 10 months ago
68% similar- I have all these movies though did not re-watched for years until recently on The Exorcist and Alien Series. It was just something about them that I dreaded. Halloween (first one) the opening credits are awesome and movie pretty good too. The Thing with Kurt Russell (1982) was great. Also Jaws and Psycho are favorites.
Maverick66 10 months ago
81% similar. Not a big fan of horror films. I prefer psychological thrillers - much scarier, in my opinion.
tadlem Maverick66 10 months ago
Did you ever watch Premonition with Sandra Bullock? Haunting!
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