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HORROR MOVIES (1980-1989)


1980

Alligator
The Babysitter
The Boogey Man (a.k.a. The Boogeyman)
Cannibal Apocalypse
Cannibal Holocaust
The Changeling
Christmas Evil (a.k.a. You Better Watch Out)
City of the Living Dead
Death Ship
Don't Go in the House
Dressed to Kill
Eaten Alive (a.k.a. The Emerald Jungle, a.k.a. Doomed to Die)
Fade to Black
The Fog
Friday the 13th
Funeral Home
He Knows You're Alone
Hell of the Living Dead (a.k.a. Virus, a.k.a. Night of the Zombies)
The House on the Edge of the Park
Inferno
Maniac
Motel Hell
Nightmare City (a.k.a. City of the Walking Dead)
Nightmares (a.k.a. Stage Fright)
Night of the Demon
Prom Night
The Shining
The Silent Scream
Terror Train
To All a Good Night
The Watcher in the Woods


1981

An American Werewolf in London
The Beyond (a.k.a. Seven Doors of Death, a.k.a. And You Will Live in Terror)
The Boogens
The Black Cat
Bloody Birthday
Bloody Moon
The Burning
Cannibal Ferox (a.k.a. Make Them Die Slowly)
Creepshow
Dead & Buried
Deadly Blessing
Don't Go in the Woods Alone (a.k.a. Don't Go in the Woods)
Don't Go Near the Park
The Entity
The Evil Dead
Evilspeak
Eyes of a Stranger
Fear No Evil
Final Exam
Friday the 13th Part 2
The Funhouse
Galaxy of Terror
Graduation Day
Halloween 2
The Hand
Happy Birthday to Me
Hell Night
Home Sweet Home
The House by the Cemetery
The Howling
Just Before Dawn
My Bloody Valentine
Night School
Omen III: The Final Conflict
Piranha II: The Spawning
The Pit
The Prowler
Saturday the 14th
Strange Behavior (a.k.a. Dead Kids, a.k.a. Small Town Massacre)
Student Bodies
The Unseen
Venom
Wolfen


1982

Alone in the Dark
Amityville II: The Possession
Basket Case
Blood Song
Cat People
Deadly Games (a.k.a. The Eliminator)
Death Valley
The Dorm That Dripped Blood (a.k.a. Pranks, a.k.a. Death Dorm)
Fanatic (a.k.a. The Last Horror Film)
The Forest (a.k.a. Terror in the Forest)
Friday the 13th Part 3
Halloween 3: Season of the Witch
Hospital Massacre
House of Death (a.k.a. Death Screams, a.k.a. Night Screams)
Humongous
Madman
Midnight
The New York Ripper
Parasite
Pieces
Poltergeist
The Scarecrow
The Seduction
Slumber Party Massacre
Swamp Thing
Tenebre
The Thing
Unhinged
Visiting Hours


1983

Amityville III: The Demon (a.k.a. Amityville 3-D)
Christine
Cujo
Curtains
Deadly Lessons
The Dead Zone
The Final Terror
Frightmare (a.k.a. Horror Star)
The House on Sorority Row
The Hunger
Island Fury (a.k.a. Please Don't Eat the Babies)
Jaws 3 (a.k.a. Jaws 3-D)
Mausoleum
Microwave Massacre
Mortuary (a.k.a. Embalmed)
Nightmares
A Night to Dismember
Night Warning
One Dark Night
Psycho II
Scalps
Sleepaway Camp
Sweet Sixteen
Xtro (a.k.a. X-Tro)


1984

The Black Room
Carnage (a.k.a. Hell House)
Children of the Corn
C.H.U.D.
Class of Nuke 'Em High
Don't Open Till Christmas
Fatal Games (a.k.a. Killing Touch, a.k.a. Olympic Nightmare)
Firestarter
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (a.k.a. Friday the 13th Part 4)
Girls Nite Out
Gremlins
The Initiation
Invitation to Hell
The Movie House Massacre
Murder Rock (a.k.a. Slashdance, a.k.a. The Demon Is Loose)
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Night of the Comet
The Power (a.k.a. Evil Passage)
The Prey
Rats: Night of Terror (a.k.a. Blood Kill)
Razorback
Rocktober Blood
Silent Madness (a.k.a. Beautiful Screamers, a.k.a. The Night Killers)
Silent Night, Deadly Night
Splatter University
The Terminator
They're Playing with Fire


1985

Appointment with Fear
Bits and Pieces
Blood Cult
Blood Tracks
Boggy Creek 2: The Legend Continues
Cat's Eye (a.k.a. Stephen King's Cat's Eye)
Cemetery of Terror (a.k.a. Zombie Apocalypse)
Chiller (a.k.a. Wes Craven's Chiller)
Day of the Dead
Demons
Evils of the Night
Friday the 13th Part 5: A New Beginning
Fright Night
Ghoulies
The Hills Have Eyes Part 2
Horror House on Highway Five
Howling II: Your Sister Is a Werewolf
Junior (a.k.a. A Cut Above, a.k.a. Hot Water)
Lifeforce
The Midnight Hour
The Mutilator
Nail Gun Massacre
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge
Out of the Darkness
Phenomena
Re-Animator
Return of the Living Dead
The Ripper
Silver Bullet
The Stuff
Terminal Choice
Too Scared to Scream


1986

Abducted
Aliens
April Fool's Day
Cassandra
Chopping Mall
Critters
Deadly Friend
Deadtime Stories
The Deliberate Stranger
Demons 2
Dreamaniac
The Fly
Fortress
Friday the 13th Part 6: Jason Lives
From Beyond
Girls School Screamers
Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
The Hitcher
House
Invaders from Mars
Killer Party
Killer Workout (a.k.a. Aerobicide)
Link
The Majorettes
Maximum Overdrive
Mountaintop Motel Massacre
Neon Maniacs
Night of the Creeps
Poltergeist II: The Other Side
Psycho III
Revenge (a.k.a. Blood Cult 2)
Shadows Run Black
Slaughter High
Sorority House Massacre
Terror at Tenkiller
Terrorvision (a.k.a. Terror Vision)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
Trick or Treat
Troll
Twisted
Vamp
Witchboard
The Wraith
The Zero Boys
Zombie Nightmare
Zombi 3 (a.k.a. Zombie 2, a.k.a. Zombie Flesh Eaters 2)
Zombi 4 (a.k.a. Zombie 3, a.k.a. Zombie Flesh Eaters 3)


1987

Aenigma
Berserker
Blood Hook
Blood Lake
Blood Rage
Blood Sisters (a.k.a. Slash)
Bloody New Year
Body Count (a.k.a. The Eleventh Commandment)
Cheerleader Camp
Creepozoids
Creepshow 2
The Curse
Dolls
Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn
Flowers in the Attic
The Gate
Ghoulies II
Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II
Hellraiser
House II: The Second Story
Howling III: Marsupials
It's Alive 3 (a.k.a. Island of the Alive)
I Was a Teenage Zombie
Jaws: The Revenge (a.k.a. Jaws 4)
The Lost Boys
The Monster Squad
Munchies
Near Dark
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
Nightmare Sisters
Night Screams
The Offspring
Opera
The Outing (a.k.a. The Lamp)
Prince of Darkness
Psychos in Love
Return to Horror High
A Return to Salem's Lot
Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare
Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2
Slaughterhouse
Slumber Party Massacre II
Spookies
Stage Fright (a.k.a. StageFright, a.k.a. Deliria, a.k.a. Sound Stage Massacre)
The Stay Awake
The Stepfather
Twisted Nightmare
Zombie High


1988

American Gothic
Bad Dreams
The Blob
The Boy from Hell
The Brain
Brain Damage
Cannibal Campout
Catacombs
Child's Play
Critters 2: The Main Course
Curse II: The Bite
Dead Heat
Demons 3: The Ogre
Dial: Help (a.k.a. Dial Help, a.k.a. Love Threat)
Evil Laugh
Fair Game (a.k.a. Mamba)
Friday the 13th Part 7: The New Blood
Fright Night Part II
Ghosthouse
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers
Hard Rock Nightmare
Hellbound: Hellraiser II
Hide and Go Shriek
Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers
Howling IV: The Original Nightmare
Jack's Back
Killer Klowns from Outer Space
The Kiss
The Lady in White
The Lair of the White Worm
The Last Slumber Party
Lurkers (a.k.a. Home Sweet Home)
Maniac Cop
Memorial Valley Massacre (a.k.a. Valley of Death) (1988)
Monkey Shines
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master
Night of the Demons
Phantasm II
Phantom of Death (a.k.a. Off Balance)
Pin: A Plastic Nightmare
Pledge Night
Poltergeist III
Primal Rage
Psycho Cop
Pulse
Pumpkinhead
Return of the Killer Tomatoes!
Return of the Living Dead Part II
Saturday the 14th Strikes Back
Scarecrows
The Serpent and the Rainbow
The Seventh Sign
Slaughterhouse Rock
Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers
Slugs
Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama
Spellbinder
Teen Vamp
Touch of Death
Uninvited
The Unnamable (a.k.a. H.P. Lovecraft's The Unnamable)
Vampires on Bikini Beach
Watchers
Waxwork
Welcome to Spring Break (a.k.a. Nightmare Beach)
Witchery (a.k.a. Witchcraft, a.k.a. Evil Encounters) (1988)
Woodchipper Massacre


1989

After Midnight
Amityville IV: The Evil Escapes
Amok Train (a.k.a. Beyond the Door III)
Beverly Hills Vamp
Cemetery High
The Chilling
C.H.U.D. II: Bud the Chud
The Church
Clownhouse
Cutting Class
Dead Pit
DeepStar Six
Don't Panic
The Fly II
Friday the 13th Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan
Gate of Hell (a.k.a. Le Porte Dell'inferno, a.k.a. The Hell's Gate)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers
Hellgate
Hell High
Hitcher in the Dark (a.k.a. Fear in the Dark)
House III (a.k.a. Horror House)
The House of Clocks
House of Lost Souls
House of Witchcraft
Howling V: The Rebirth
I, Madman
Intruder
The Laughing Dead
Leviathan
Manhunt: The Search for the Night Stalker
Monster High
My Mom's a Werewolf
Night Life
A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
Night Visitor
976-EVIL
Pet Sematary
Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge
Puppet Master
Relentless
Return of the Swamp Thing
Rush Week
Shocker
Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out!
Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland
Society
Stepfather 2: Make Room for Daddy
Witchtrap

[ 23. January 2010, 23:44: Message edited by: journey ]

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This is awesome, Journey! Looks like 1981 was the best year for horror.
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Nice list [Smile]

I will add:

The Boogens (1981)

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What a great idea Journey! Cool list! As Veronica already noted, I think it is going to bring a lot of comments and memories of everyone's favorite years (and probably some good, fun debate)! [Wink]

While it is impossible for me to pick any one year for certain and every year had it share of absolute classics like 1980 which is a close one for me with Friday the 13th, The Fog (which is hugely underrated Carpenter), Prom Night and The Shining which is one of the best horror movies of all time (IMHO), I would have to say that I fall in the 83/84 time frame.

I was 13/14 at the time and was just getting into the Stephen King books, so for stuff like Cujo, Christine, The Dead Zone (also criminally underrated), Firestarter and Children of the Corn to be splashed up on the screen so soon after reading them was just such a treat.

To also be served up Gremlins, Terminator, Nightmare on Elm Street and Night of the Comet in the midst of all of this was just tooo muuuch fun! [Big Grin]

Special Note for 1988 which I remember so clearly because there wasn't as much access to movie news back then (for me anyways) and out of nowhere and after a 7 year hiatus, the man in the mask returned for another Halloween outing! I remember being just beside myself and needing to be the first one in line on opening night for this one I was so jacked to see it!

Cool thread Journey! Nice going... [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by WolfmansGotNards:
Nice list [Smile]

I will add:

The Boogens (1981)

Added.
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quote:
Originally posted by Earl Keese:
I was 13/14 at the time and was just getting into the Stephen King books, so for stuff like Cujo, Christine, The Dead Zone (also criminally underrated), Firestarter and Children of the Corn to be splashed up on the screen so soon after reading them was just such a treat.

Those are the ones that I grew up on and remember best, too. My Dad was an early adopter of Betamax and used to tape everything off HBO. He was a huge King fan so he made sure to tape everything King-related. I watched those to death when I visited. They served as a gateway drug to all the Fridays, Elm Streets, Halloweens and Texas Chainsaws.
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Journey, there is one 1980s horror film not on your list. "Death Ship," a Canadian film from 1980.
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First of all .. Journey ...excellent lists! It is cool to see a compilation of 80's movies by genre and year. It wasn't easy to choose a year, but I'm going with 1986:

April Fool's Day, Night of the Creeps, Chopping Mall, Deadly Friend, Trick or Treat, Vamp & Witchboard...wow

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I have never seen Night of the Creeps, but I also saw an earlier thread on its recent release on blu-ray or something and am kind of getting the sense that I have been missing out and should probably seek this out soon!
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I need to see it too, Earl.
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quote:
Originally posted by LoverswithCassie:
Journey, there is one 1980s horror film not on your list. "Death Ship," a Canadian film from 1980.

Added. Thanks!
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I'm still working on the '70s Horror list, but that's on the way too.
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quote:
Originally posted by Valley:
It wasn't easy to choose a year, but I'm going with 1986:

1986 is my fave year for 80's movies period Valley.
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The early 80's were some of my most memorable scares...cause I was under 10 years old! [Eek!]

1980
- Alligator (Remember watching this on TV at 8 years old...scared the livin crap outta me...just got it on DVD)
- The Changeling ( Actually one of my favs...to freak my wife out once in a while, I whisper J-O-S-E-P-H in her ear)

1981
- An American Werewolf In London (At 9 years old, this was scary!)

1982
- Poltergeist (Me and two of my friends planned to sleep in my camper for an overnight which was sitting in my driveway...we watched Poltergeist in the house...and of course, never made it to the camper!

Great list journey!

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Journey, I have thought of two more films that could be added to the list. "Galaxy of Terror," an 1981 American film and also "Xtro," a 1983 British film.
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quote:
Originally posted by LoverswithCassie:
Journey, I have thought of two more films that could be added to the list. "Galaxy of Terror," an 1981 American film and also "Xtro," a 1983 British film.

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Journey, there's a movie called Cassandra(1989) and one called Dark August (don't know the year; early to mid 80s).

I am SO GLAD to see Ghosthouse in someone's list!!! I loved that movie and it's not easy to find info about it.

Great list!

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But pettyfan...which 80's year was the best year for horror in your opinion. You are one of the horror masters on here and it would cool to hear your thoughts.
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I guess I'd have to say 1987-1989 because those were the years I really started to appreciate horror movies. I've seen more of the movies from those years than from the early 80s.

On a side note, guess what I found on Amazon?? GHOSTHOUSE!! It was in a DVD combo with another movie (can't remember the name, it was a 66 movie). Anyhoo, it was just $16.99 so I had to get it!! I also got the Stuff. Haven't seen that one in forever.

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pettyfan...."Ghosthouse" was great..that little girl and the creepy doll still haunt me. Haven't seen it in years though.

And "The Stuff" is a flick I remember discussing on the Halloween thread!

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quote:
Originally posted by pettyfan:
Journey, there's a movie called Cassandra(1989) and one called Dark August (don't know the year; early to mid 80s).

I added Cassandra. Dark August was from 1976 so I added it to my work-in-progress '70s Horror List.
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Thanks! I couldn't find a date for Dark August. I saw it in the 80s so I guess I assumed it was from then!
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There is a 1980 American film that should be added to the list: "Dressed to Kill." And you can append "Terminal Choice," a 1985 Canadian film.

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quote:
Originally posted by LoverswithCassie:
There is a 1980 American film that should be added to the list: "Dressed to Kill." And you can append "Terminal Choice," a 1985 Canadian film.

I added them both. I originally left Dressed to Kill off on purpose because I thought it was more of a murder mystery than a true horror, but I guess it has more than enough slasher elements to merit a spot on the list.
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