Must-See Movies to Send Shivers Down Your Spine

To get you into the Halloween spirit, we've taken the liberty of providing you our 10 favorite horror flicks that will definitely scare the s&*% out of you.

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"The Ring" No, you weren't the only one who believed that that VHS was actually real. The remake of the Japanese movie “Ringu” featuring Naomi Watts will have you turning off the TV and throwing out all your blank tapes.
Warner Bros. Pictures
"The Exorcist" When nothing helps and your kid starts to act like a demon, it's time for them to be exorcised. Although the film is over 35-years-old, it's remains one of the scariest movies of all time.
Compass International Pictures
"Halloween" The movie was made in 1978 for $320K, give Jamie Lee Curtis her first lead role, made Michael Myers a household name and made teenage girls scared to babysit.
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"The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" What do you do when your family members are grave robbing cannibals? You pick a random house and kill people with a chainsaw. Now that’s fun -- especially in Texas.
Sony Pictures Entertainment
"The Grudge" Based Japanese original "Ju-On," "The Grudge" is the touching tale of mother, child and cat out for revenge. Doesn't get scarier than that.
Paramount Pictures
"Rosemary's Baby" Unfortunately, Rosemary has a devil baby growing in her stomach. And although director Roman Polanski created an all- time horror classic, it couldn’t <a href="">keep him out of the big house</a>.
Paramount Pictures
"Paranormal Activity" This film was created on a $12K budget -- in one weekend, <a href="">but has managed to give viewers weeks of sleepless nights</a>.
Artisan Entertainment
"The Blair Witch Project" Shaky camera, amateur style, "The Blair Witch Project" set the bar for a lot of movies including "Paranormal Activity." The "reality" of this film made us believe the story of the three filmmakers lost in the forest being chased by the Blair Witch.
Warner Bros. Television
"The Shining" Stephen King knows how to scare the crap out of, well, everyone. And nobody plays crazy like Jack Nicholson. In the film, his character, Jack Torrance, has to fight demons in a haunted hotel. Not easy for someone who’s recovering from alcoholism.
New Line Cinema
"A Nightmare on Elm Street" It’s Freddy Krueger’s claw hands that make the girls scream in this movie -- especially those on Elm Street.
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