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The 25 Best Horror Movies Since 2000

The A.V. Club

Ask horror-movie buffs to name their favorite decade for the genre, and you’ll likely receive a variety of answers. The ’30s had several of Universal’s classic roster of monsters. The ’40s had Val Lewton. The ’70s had zombies, and giant sharks, and Texas chain saw massacres. (The ’70s is a good choice.) But at the risk of speculating wildly, it seems safe to assume that not too many hypothetical fans would single out the current or previous decade as horror’s finest. Classics take time to solidify, reputations take a minute to build, and hindsight is 20/20. Plus, you know, Uwe Boll.

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WizzroSupreme660d ago (Edited 660d ago )

That Uwe Boll still finds this much work is the scariest thing about cinema in the last ten years.

RetrospectRealm660d ago

The Babadook wins. Hands down. Even the director of The Excorsist said it scared the s**t out of him.