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"It's scary to go to work." - Kevin Hassett, whose workplace is trying to force everyone else to go to work

Masking The Right Questions

The White House spent the weekend frantically contact tracing its own officials and implementing new safety measures, after an aide to Vice President Mike Pence tested positive for coronavirus on Friday. The White House still thinks you should get a haircut and roll around in a ball pit, though.
Trump might be urging people back to work without scaling up the resources to do so safely, but at least he’s also ignoring a supply chain shortage that could slow vaccine distribution.
While enhancing his own protections, Trump lied today in saying that coronavirus numbers are “going down almost everywhere.” They are not. The U.S. now has a confirmed death toll of over 80,000, more than 1.34 million confirmed cases, outbreaks that are continuing to spike in some states, and a lack of testing that leaves the status of other outbreaks unknown. If any of it was happening within six feet of Trump, he might be compelled to care.

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President Trump spent Mother’s Day in a Twitter meltdown about “OBAMAGATE,” after audio leaked of a call in which Obama criticized Trump’s coronavirus response as “an absolute chaotic disaster,” and accurately warned that Attorney General Bill Barr dropping charges against Michael Flynn reflected a dire threat to the rule of a law. (More than 1,900 former Justice Department employees have renewed their call for Barr to resign.) Trump spent the last week desperately trying to change the topic from his atrocious coronavirus response through an increasingly unhinged campaign to blame Obama for the 2016 Russia investigation. Asked about the tweets at a press conference today, Trump was unable to name any of the crimes he’s accusing Obama of having committed (spoiler: there are none) so it definitely seems like this has legs.

What Else?

The Justice Department is considering federal hate-crime charges against Gregory and Travis McMichael, the two white men who stalked and killed Ahmaud Arbery. Additionally, Georgia’s attorney general has asked DOJ to conduct a probe into the initial handling of the case, and the man who filmed the fatal shooting is now under investigation as well.
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in South Dakota has rejected a demand from Gov. Kristi Noem’s (R-SC) to remove coronavirus checkpoints along highways on tribal land. The tribe set up checkpoints to try to prevent the spread of the virus onto their reservation, which has only an eight-bed facility and no ICU for 12,000 people.
The Navajo Nation now has more confirmed coronavirus cases per capita than any U.S. state. One-third of homes across the reservation don’t have running water, and many in the close-knit community live in crowded homes that make self-isolation impossible.
Three New York children have died of a mysterious inflammatory syndrome that may be linked to COVID-19. The state now knows of 73 children with the syndrome.
A CDC study found that thousands of probable coronavirus deaths in New York City went unaccounted for in the official death toll.
Elon Musk announced that Tesla would restart production at its California factory, in violation of a local public health order. Also, it appears the “X Æ A-12 Musk” baby name was not a bit! This has been another exhausting edition of On-Brand Elon Musk News.
Shelley Luther, the Texas salon owner who got national attention for defying orders to keep her shop closed, admitted she received $18,000 in stimulus funds days before her court appearance. A GoFundMe campaign on her behalf was also created a day before she reopened the salon. As befitting a hair stylist, a beautifully layered grift.
Little Richard, one of the pioneers of rock and roll, died Saturday. He was 87.
Jerry Stiller, the veteran actor and comic who played Frank Costanza on Seinfeld, died this morning. He was 92.
Take heart, Mandy Patinkin is very much alive and just now learning what GIFs are.

What In The World?

New clusters of infections have emerged in South Korea, China, and Germany after those countries began relaxing social-distancing restrictions. More than 50 cases in Seoul, South Korea have been linked to one infected man who visited five nightlife spots in a single night, and the government has ordered the city’s bars and clubs to close. China has reintroduced restrictions after two cities reported new coronavirus cases: Shulan, in a province that borders both Russia and North Korea, and Wuhan, which is a place you may have heard of. After Germany began a slow reopening, its reproduction number has creeped above one (meaning that one infected person infects more than one other person, on average). All of this should serve as a warning to certain countries that are rushing to reopen before infection rates have been brought down in the first place.

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Is That Hope I Feel?

Seattle announced it will permanently close 20 miles of streets to traffic, to give residents more space for biking and exercise.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey pledged $10 million to help prisons battle the coronavirus pandemic.
Lin Manuel-Miranda and his family have launched a fundraising campaign for immigrant communities impacted by the virus.
Princeton University has announced its first black valedictorian in its 247-year history.

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2020.03.16 16:42 ChiBears_Mod [Megathread] Bears 2020 Off-Season Tracker

Here's your CHIBears 2020 off-season tracker thread, which will feature ongoing updates of team activities, player transactions, training camp, and more. Feel free to drop any major news you come across here and we'll add it below.
Latest Update: September 9
  • Placed K Eddy Pineiro on IR, Signed DE Mario Edwards.
  • Signed to Practice Squad: QB Tyler Bray, RB Artavis Pierce, WR Rodeny Adams, WR Thomas Ives, WR Reggie Davis, TE Jesper Horsted, OL Badara Traore, OL Sam Mustipher, OL Lachavious Simmons, OL Jamon Brown, DT Abdullah Anderson, DE LaCale London, LB Rashad Smith, S Stephen Denmark, S Xavier Crawford, K Cairo Santos.
  • Added link to 2020 Rules Changes to Roster per CBA and Covid in 'See Also' section.
Previous Update: September 5
  • Released/Waived: QB Tyler Bray, RB Napoleon Maxwell, RB Artavis Pierce, WR Rodeny Adams, WR Thomas Ives, WR Reggie Davis, WR Alex Wesley, WR Ahmad Wagner, TE Jesper Horsted, OL Corey Levin, OL Dieter Eiselen, OL Badara Traore, OL Sam Mustipher, OL Lachavious Simmons, DL Lee Autry, DT Trevon McSwain, DT Abdullah Anderson, DE LaCale London, OLB Isaiah Irving, LB Rashad Smith, LB Ledarius Mack, LB Keandre Jones, CB Kevin Toliver, DB Stephen Denmark, S Xavier Crawford, K Cairo Santos.
See Also:
32 Teams / 32 Days: The Chicago Bears written by Butkus69
Offseason Review Series: Chicago Bears written by PlatypusOfDeath
2020 Rules Changes to Roster per CBA and Covid
2020 SCHEDULE
PRE SEASON
QUARANTINED
REGULAR SEASON
Wk Away @ Home Time (ET) Date Net
1 Bears @ Lions 1pm 9/13 (Sun) FOX
2 Giants @ Bears 1pm 9/20 (Sun) CBS
3 Bears @ Falcons 1pm 9/27 (Sun) FOX
4 Colts @ Bears 1pm 10/4 (Sun) CBS
5 Buccaneers @ Bears 8:20p 10/8 (Thu) FOX
6 Bears @ Panthers 1pm 10/18 (Sun) FOX
7 Bears @ Rams 8:15p 10/26 (Mon) ESPN
8 Saints @ Bears 4:25p 11/1 (Sun) FOX
9 Bears @ Titans 1pm 11/08 (Sun) FOX
10 Vikings @ Bears 8:15p 11/16 (Mon) ESPN
11 BYE WEEK
12 Bears @ Packers 8:20p 11/29 (Sun) NBC
13 Lions @ Bears 1pm 12/6 (Sun) FOX
14 Texans @ Bears 1pm 12/13 (Sun) CBS
15 Bears @ Vikings 1pm 12/20 (Sun) FOX
16 Bears @ Jaguars 1pm 12/27 (Sun FOX
17 Packers @ Bears 1pm 1/3 (Sun) FOX
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ROSTER
Position
OFFENSE
C Cody Whitehair
LG James Daniels Alex Bars
RG Germain Ifedi Rashaad Coward
LT Charles Leno Jr Arlington Hambright
RT Bobby Massie Jason Spriggs
QB Mitchell Trubisky Nick Foles
RB David Montgomery Tarik Cohen Ryan Nall Cordarrelle Patterson
TE Jimmy Graham Cole Kmet Eric Saubert
TE Demetrius Harris J.P. Holtz
WR Allen Robinson Javon Wims
WR Riley Ridley Ted Ginn Jr
WR Anthony Miller Darnell Mooney
DEFENSE
DT Bilal Nichols John Jenkins
DE Akiem Hicks Brent Urban
DE Roy Robertson-Harris Mario Edwards
OLB Khalil Mack Trevis Gipson James Vaughters
OLB Robert Quinn Barkevious Mingo
ILB Roquan Smith Joel Iyiegbuniwe
ILB Danny Trevathan Josh Woods
CB Kyle Fuller Kindle Vindor
CB Jaylon Johnson
NCB Buster Skrine Duke Shelley
S Eddie Jackson Deon Bush DeAndre Houston-Carson
S Tashaun Gipson Sherrick McManis Marqui Christian(suspended)
SPECIAL TEAMS
K Eddy Pineiro(IR)
P Pat O'Donnel
LS Patrick Scales
KR Cordarrelle Patterson
PR Tarik Cohen
PRACTICE SQUAD
QB Tyler Bray
RB Artavis Pierce
WR Rodeny Adams, WR Thomas Ives, WR Reggie Davis
TE Jesper Horsted
OL Badara Traore, OL Sam Mustipher, OL Lachavious Simmons, OL Jamon Brown
DT Abdullah Anderson, DE LaCale London
LB Rashad Smith
S Stephen Denmark, S Xavier Crawford
K Cairo Santos
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CHICAGO FREE AGENTS
Player Pos FA Signed by Contract
OFFENSE
TJ Clemmings OT UFA
Rashaad Coward OL ERFA Chicago $675k/1Y
Chase Daniel QB UFA Detroit $13M/3Y
JP Holtz TE ERFA Chicago $675k/1Y
Ted Larsen OL UFA
Cornelius Lucas OT UFA Washington $5.3M/2Y
Bradley Sowell TE UFA
DEFENSE
Deon Bush S UFA Chicago $1.4M/1Y
HaHa Clinton-Dix S UFA Dallas $4M/1Y
DeAndre Houston-Carson S UFA Chicago $840k/1Y
Isaiah Irving OLB RFA Chicago $850k/1Y
Nick Kwiatkoski ILB UFA Las Vegas $21M/3Y
Aaron Lynch OLB UFA Retired
Sherrick McManis S UFA Chicago $888k/1Y
Kevin Pierre-Louis LB UFA Washington $3.45M/1Y
Roy Robertson-Harris DE RFA Chicago $3.26M/1Y
Brent Urban DE UFA Chicago $1M/1Y
Nick Williams DT UFA Detroit $10M/2Y
SPECIAL TEAMS
Patrick Scales LS UFA Chicago $1M/1Y
PLAYER TRANSACTIONS
Player Pos Action Notes
OFFENSE
Ben Braunecker TE Released $800k Cleared
Tyler Bray QB Signed $795/1Y
Trey Burton TE Released $2.8M Cleared
Nick Foles QB Traded a 2020 4th
Ted Ginn Jr WR Signed $888k/1Y
Jimmy Graham TE Signed $16M/2Y
Demetrius Harris TE Signed $1.65M/1Y
Germain Ifedi OL Signed $888k/1Y
Kyle Long G Retired $9.6M Cleared
Taylor Gabriel WR Released $4.5M Cleared
Adam Shaheen TE Traded for 2021 7th
Jason Spriggs T Signed $825/k1Y
Cody Whitehair C Restructured $3.2M Cleared
DEFENSE
Prince Amukamara CB Released $9M Cleared
Devante Bond OLB Signed $735k/1Y
Artie Burns CB Signed $1M/1Y
Leonard Floyd OLB Released $13.2M Cleared
Tashaun Gipson S Signed $1.05M/1Y
Eddie Goldman NT Opt-Out $4.85M Credit
John Jenkins DT Signed $800k1Y
Jordan Lucas SS Signed $1M/1Y
Jordan Lucas SS Opt-Out $1M Credit
Barkevious Mingo OLB Signed $1.2M/1Y
Robert Quinn OLB Signed $70M/5Y
Tre Roberson CB Signed $1.3M/2Y
Josh Simmons CB Waived
Danny Trevathan ILB Extended $24M/3Y
SPECIAL TEAMS
Cairo Santos K Signed 1Y
Estimated current cap space for 2020 per Spotrac: $17,982,831
Projected 2021 Compensatory Picks per OverTheCap:
  • 6th Round for Nick Williams
  • 6th Round for Chase Daniel
  • 6th Round for HaHa Clinton-Dix
  • 7th Round for Kevin Pierre-Louis
  • 7th Round for Cornelius Lucas
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DRAFT PICKS
Round Pick Overall Player Pos School
1 [1] 19
2 11[1] 43 Cole Kmet TE Notre Dame
2 18 50 Jaylon Johnson CB Utah
3 [1] 81
4 [2] 125
4 [3][5] 140
5 [6] 155 Trevis Gipson EDGE Tulsa
5 17 163 Kindle Vindor CB Georgia Southern
5 [7] 173 Darnell Mooney WR Tulane
6 [7] 196
6 [4][7] 200
7 12[1] 226 Arlington Hambright OL CU
7 13[7] 227 Lachavious Simmons OL Tenn St
7 [7] 233
[1] - Chicago trades 2019 pick 1.24, 2019 pick 6.196, 2020 pick 1.19, 2020 pick 3.81 to Las Vegas for 2020 pick 2.43, conditional 2020 7th round pick 7.116, and OLB Khalil Mack
[2] - Chicago trades 2019 picks 3.87 and 5.162 and a 2020 pick 4.125 to New England for 2019 picks 3.73 and 6.205
[3] - Compensatory Pick for Adrian Amos
[4] - Chicago trades Jordan Howard to Philadelphia for conditional 2020 pick 6.200
[5] - Chicago trades compensatory 2020 pick 4.140 to Jacksonville for Nick Foles
[6] - Chicago trades 2021 4th round pick to Minnesota for 2020 pick 5.155
[7] - Chicago trades 2020 picks 6.196, 6.200, and 7.233 to Philadelphia for 2020 picks 5.173 and 7.227
UDFAs Signed
  • OLB LaCale London, WIU
  • OL Dieter J. Eiselen, Yale
  • OT Badara Traore, LSU
  • LB Rashad Smith, FAU
  • RB Artavis Pierce, Ore St
  • DE Ledarius Mack, Buffalo
  • DL Trevon McSwain, Duke
  • WR Ahmad Wagner, Kentucky
  • RB Napoleon Maxwell, FIU
  • LB Keandre Jones, Maryland
  • DL Lee Autry, Miss St
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Draftee Visits / Workouts / Interviews
Taken mostly from walterfootball.com
SR - Senior Bowl meeting.
EW - East-West Shrine meeting.
COM - Combine meeting.
INT - Interested.
VINT - Very Interested.
PRO - Pro Day or campus meeting/workout.
LOC - Local visit. Prospect making a local visit.
PRI - Private visit. Prospect making an official 30 visit.
WOR - Private Workout. Members of an organization working out a player in private.
STM - Some Type of Meeting.
% - indicates more than one meeting at an event.
^ - has met with team at more than one event.
# - indicates meeting set up outside of the 2020 Senior Bowl or the 2020 East-West Shrine Game
OFFENSE
Jet Anderson, RB, TCU (COM)
Ben Bartch, G, St. John's (COM)
Gabriel Davis, WR, Central Florida (COM)
Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia (COM)
Charlie Heck, OT, North Carolina (COM)
Matt Hennessy, C, Temple (COM)
Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue (COM
Jason Huntley, RB, New Mexico State (PRO)
Cordel Iwuagwu, OG, TCU (EW)
Van Jefferson, WR, Florida (COM)
Jauan Jennings, WR, Tennessee (SR)
Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor (STM)
Joe Reed, WR, Virginia (EW)
Logan Stenberg, G, Kentucky (COM)
Binjimen Victor, WR, Ohio State (EW)
DEFENSE
Bradley Anae, DE/3-4OLB, Utah (COM)
Antoine Brooks Jr., S, Maryland (SR)
K'Lavon Chaisson, DE/OLB, LSU (COM)
Rodney Clemons, S, SMU (EW)
Jeremiah Dinson, S, Auburn (EW)
Trevis Gipson, DE, Tulsa (SR)
A.J. Green, CB, Oklahoma State (SR)
Michael Pinckney, OLB, Miami (EW)
Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise St (WOR)
Logan Wilson, ILB, Wyoming (SR)
SPECIAL TEAMS
Rodrigo Blankenship, K, Georgia (SR)
Blake Ferguson, LS, LSU (SR)
Braden Mann, P, Texas A&M (SR)
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2020.02.19 19:11 HelHeals #17. El Dorado Jane Doe, El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas, USA; Unidentified adult for 28 years

Hello. I keep a personal digital "diary" of Jane/John Doe cases. I've decided to start posting them. This is case number 17. I try to keep them as concise as possible. If you have any tips on how to make it better or subreddits where I can post it, PM me or leave it below. At the bottom of the post I have the current subreddits I post these on, and my other cases.


  1. Numerous photos of EDJD while living:
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5
    6. 6
    7. 7
    8. 8
    9. 9
    10. 10
    11. 11
  2. Postmortem 1 and 2 and 3
Notes:
Ruled out: Ann Gotlib, Patricia Taylor, Tammy Surdam, Darci Warde, Carey Parker, Leigh Occhi, Tracy Byrd, Myrisha Campbell, Roxanne Sims, Jeannette Drzewiecki, Cathleen Martin, Lisa White, Michelle Thomas, Phyllis Brewer, Misty Copsey, Julie Moseley, Cindy King, Winnie Kersey, Cheryl Ann Iacovone, Mary Trlica, Joanne Williams, Veronica Brewer, Cathy Smith, Cynthia Gooding, Jackie Leslie, Elaine Allenbach, Kelly McGinniss, Kimberly Kahler, Elizabeth Gill, Rochelle Ihm, Judith O'Donnell, Laurie Lucas, Sherry Bynum, Amanda Slaughter, Stacie Madison, Susan Smalley, Pamela Tinsley, Linda Davis, Darlene Webb, Deborah Green, Wendy Huggy, Janet Brice, Tracy Ramsey, Shelley Hoke, Rebecca Dunn, Tricia Kellett, Sherri White, Kim Leggett, Melinda Creech, Lisa Sexton, Staci Madison, Michelle Mulcahy.
Currently posting on the following subreddits:
Other cases:
  1. Fond Du Lac Jane Doe
  2. Septic Tank Sam
  3. Lime Lady - IDENTIFIED
  4. The Boy In The Box
  5. Little Miss Nobody
  6. Cheerleader in the Trunk
  7. Little Miss X
  8. Woodlawn Jane Doe
  9. Valentine Doe
  10. Arroyo Grande Jane Doe
  11. Unidentified Female, using the name Maria Mendez Morales
  12. Hattiesburg John Doe
  13. Walker County Jane Doe
  14. Unidentified man with anchor tied around his waist
  15. Princess Blue
  16. Guadalupe County Jane Doe
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2020.02.19 19:11 HelHeals #17. El Dorado Jane Doe, El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas, USA; Unidentified adult for 28 years

Hello. I keep a personal digital "diary" of Jane/John Doe cases. I've decided to start posting them. This is case number 17. I try to keep them as concise as possible. If you have any tips on how to make it better or subreddits where I can post it, PM me or leave it below. At the bottom of the post I have the current subreddits I post these on, and my other cases.


  1. Numerous photos of EDJD while living:
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5
    6. 6
    7. 7
    8. 8
    9. 9
    10. 10
    11. 11
  2. Postmortem 1 and 2 and 3
Notes:
Ruled out: Ann Gotlib, Patricia Taylor, Tammy Surdam, Darci Warde, Carey Parker, Leigh Occhi, Tracy Byrd, Myrisha Campbell, Roxanne Sims, Jeannette Drzewiecki, Cathleen Martin, Lisa White, Michelle Thomas, Phyllis Brewer, Misty Copsey, Julie Moseley, Cindy King, Winnie Kersey, Cheryl Ann Iacovone, Mary Trlica, Joanne Williams, Veronica Brewer, Cathy Smith, Cynthia Gooding, Jackie Leslie, Elaine Allenbach, Kelly McGinniss, Kimberly Kahler, Elizabeth Gill, Rochelle Ihm, Judith O'Donnell, Laurie Lucas, Sherry Bynum, Amanda Slaughter, Stacie Madison, Susan Smalley, Pamela Tinsley, Linda Davis, Darlene Webb, Deborah Green, Wendy Huggy, Janet Brice, Tracy Ramsey, Shelley Hoke, Rebecca Dunn, Tricia Kellett, Sherri White, Kim Leggett, Melinda Creech, Lisa Sexton, Staci Madison, Michelle Mulcahy.
Currently posting on the following subreddits:
Other cases:
  1. Fond Du Lac Jane Doe
  2. Septic Tank Sam
  3. Lime Lady - IDENTIFIED
  4. The Boy In The Box
  5. Little Miss Nobody
  6. Cheerleader in the Trunk
  7. Little Miss X
  8. Woodlawn Jane Doe
  9. Valentine Doe
  10. Arroyo Grande Jane Doe
  11. Unidentified Female, using the name Maria Mendez Morales
  12. Hattiesburg John Doe
  13. Walker County Jane Doe
  14. Unidentified man with anchor tied around his waist
  15. Princess Blue
  16. Guadalupe County Jane Doe
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2020.02.19 19:11 HelHeals #17. El Dorado Jane Doe, El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas, USA; Unidentified adult for 28 years

Hello. I keep a personal digital "diary" of Jane/John Doe cases. I've decided to start posting them. This is case number 17. I try to keep them as concise as possible. If you have any tips on how to make it better or subreddits where I can post it, PM me or leave it below. At the bottom of the post I have the current subreddits I post these on, and my other cases.


  1. Numerous photos of EDJD while living:
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5
    6. 6
    7. 7
    8. 8
    9. 9
    10. 10
    11. 11
  2. Postmortem 1 and 2 and 3
Notes:
Ruled out: Ann Gotlib, Patricia Taylor, Tammy Surdam, Darci Warde, Carey Parker, Leigh Occhi, Tracy Byrd, Myrisha Campbell, Roxanne Sims, Jeannette Drzewiecki, Cathleen Martin, Lisa White, Michelle Thomas, Phyllis Brewer, Misty Copsey, Julie Moseley, Cindy King, Winnie Kersey, Cheryl Ann Iacovone, Mary Trlica, Joanne Williams, Veronica Brewer, Cathy Smith, Cynthia Gooding, Jackie Leslie, Elaine Allenbach, Kelly McGinniss, Kimberly Kahler, Elizabeth Gill, Rochelle Ihm, Judith O'Donnell, Laurie Lucas, Sherry Bynum, Amanda Slaughter, Stacie Madison, Susan Smalley, Pamela Tinsley, Linda Davis, Darlene Webb, Deborah Green, Wendy Huggy, Janet Brice, Tracy Ramsey, Shelley Hoke, Rebecca Dunn, Tricia Kellett, Sherri White, Kim Leggett, Melinda Creech, Lisa Sexton, Staci Madison, Michelle Mulcahy.
Currently posting on the following subreddits:
Other cases:
  1. Fond Du Lac Jane Doe
  2. Septic Tank Sam
  3. Lime Lady - IDENTIFIED
  4. The Boy In The Box
  5. Little Miss Nobody
  6. Cheerleader in the Trunk
  7. Little Miss X
  8. Woodlawn Jane Doe
  9. Valentine Doe
  10. Arroyo Grande Jane Doe
  11. Unidentified Female, using the name Maria Mendez Morales
  12. Hattiesburg John Doe
  13. Walker County Jane Doe
  14. Unidentified man with anchor tied around his waist
  15. Princess Blue
  16. Guadalupe County Jane Doe
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2020.02.19 19:11 HelHeals #17. El Dorado Jane Doe, El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas, USA; Unidentified adult for 28 years

Hello. I keep a personal digital "diary" of Jane/John Doe cases. I've decided to start posting them. This is case number 17. I try to keep them as concise as possible. If you have any tips on how to make it better or subreddits where I can post it, PM me or leave it below. At the bottom of the post I have the current subreddits I post these on, and my other cases.


  1. Numerous photos of EDJD while living:
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5
    6. 6
    7. 7
    8. 8
    9. 9
    10. 10
    11. 11
  2. Postmortem 1 and 2 and 3
Notes:
Ruled out: Ann Gotlib, Patricia Taylor, Tammy Surdam, Darci Warde, Carey Parker, Leigh Occhi, Tracy Byrd, Myrisha Campbell, Roxanne Sims, Jeannette Drzewiecki, Cathleen Martin, Lisa White, Michelle Thomas, Phyllis Brewer, Misty Copsey, Julie Moseley, Cindy King, Winnie Kersey, Cheryl Ann Iacovone, Mary Trlica, Joanne Williams, Veronica Brewer, Cathy Smith, Cynthia Gooding, Jackie Leslie, Elaine Allenbach, Kelly McGinniss, Kimberly Kahler, Elizabeth Gill, Rochelle Ihm, Judith O'Donnell, Laurie Lucas, Sherry Bynum, Amanda Slaughter, Stacie Madison, Susan Smalley, Pamela Tinsley, Linda Davis, Darlene Webb, Deborah Green, Wendy Huggy, Janet Brice, Tracy Ramsey, Shelley Hoke, Rebecca Dunn, Tricia Kellett, Sherri White, Kim Leggett, Melinda Creech, Lisa Sexton, Staci Madison, Michelle Mulcahy.
Currently posting on the following subreddits:
Other cases:
  1. Fond Du Lac Jane Doe
  2. Septic Tank Sam
  3. Lime Lady - IDENTIFIED
  4. The Boy In The Box
  5. Little Miss Nobody
  6. Cheerleader in the Trunk
  7. Little Miss X
  8. Woodlawn Jane Doe
  9. Valentine Doe
  10. Arroyo Grande Jane Doe
  11. Unidentified Female, using the name Maria Mendez Morales
  12. Hattiesburg John Doe
  13. Walker County Jane Doe
  14. Unidentified man with anchor tied around his waist
  15. Princess Blue
  16. Guadalupe County Jane Doe
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2020.02.19 19:11 HelHeals #17. El Dorado Jane Doe, El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas, USA; Unidentified adult for 28 years

Hello. I keep a personal digital "diary" of Jane/John Doe cases. I've decided to start posting them. This is case number 17. I try to keep them as concise as possible. If you have any tips on how to make it better or subreddits where I can post it, PM me or leave it below. At the bottom of the post I have the current subreddits I post these on, and my other cases.


  1. Numerous photos of EDJD while living:
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5
    6. 6
    7. 7
    8. 8
    9. 9
    10. 10
    11. 11
  2. Postmortem 1 and 2 and 3
Notes:
Ruled out: Ann Gotlib, Patricia Taylor, Tammy Surdam, Darci Warde, Carey Parker, Leigh Occhi, Tracy Byrd, Myrisha Campbell, Roxanne Sims, Jeannette Drzewiecki, Cathleen Martin, Lisa White, Michelle Thomas, Phyllis Brewer, Misty Copsey, Julie Moseley, Cindy King, Winnie Kersey, Cheryl Ann Iacovone, Mary Trlica, Joanne Williams, Veronica Brewer, Cathy Smith, Cynthia Gooding, Jackie Leslie, Elaine Allenbach, Kelly McGinniss, Kimberly Kahler, Elizabeth Gill, Rochelle Ihm, Judith O'Donnell, Laurie Lucas, Sherry Bynum, Amanda Slaughter, Stacie Madison, Susan Smalley, Pamela Tinsley, Linda Davis, Darlene Webb, Deborah Green, Wendy Huggy, Janet Brice, Tracy Ramsey, Shelley Hoke, Rebecca Dunn, Tricia Kellett, Sherri White, Kim Leggett, Melinda Creech, Lisa Sexton, Staci Madison, Michelle Mulcahy.
Currently posting on the following subreddits:
Other cases:
  1. Fond Du Lac Jane Doe
  2. Septic Tank Sam
  3. Lime Lady - IDENTIFIED
  4. The Boy In The Box
  5. Little Miss Nobody
  6. Cheerleader in the Trunk
  7. Little Miss X
  8. Woodlawn Jane Doe
  9. Valentine Doe
  10. Arroyo Grande Jane Doe
  11. Unidentified Female, using the name Maria Mendez Morales
  12. Hattiesburg John Doe
  13. Walker County Jane Doe
  14. Unidentified man with anchor tied around his waist
  15. Princess Blue
  16. Guadalupe County Jane Doe
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2020.02.19 19:11 HelHeals #17. El Dorado Jane Doe, El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas, USA; Unidentified adult for 28 years

Hello. I keep a personal digital "diary" of Jane/John Doe cases. I've decided to start posting them. This is case number 17. I try to keep them as concise as possible. If you have any tips on how to make it better or subreddits where I can post it, PM me or leave it below. At the bottom of the post I have the current subreddits I post these on, and my other cases.


  1. Numerous photos of EDJD while living:
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5
    6. 6
    7. 7
    8. 8
    9. 9
    10. 10
    11. 11
  2. Postmortem 1 and 2 and 3
Notes:
Ruled out: Ann Gotlib, Patricia Taylor, Tammy Surdam, Darci Warde, Carey Parker, Leigh Occhi, Tracy Byrd, Myrisha Campbell, Roxanne Sims, Jeannette Drzewiecki, Cathleen Martin, Lisa White, Michelle Thomas, Phyllis Brewer, Misty Copsey, Julie Moseley, Cindy King, Winnie Kersey, Cheryl Ann Iacovone, Mary Trlica, Joanne Williams, Veronica Brewer, Cathy Smith, Cynthia Gooding, Jackie Leslie, Elaine Allenbach, Kelly McGinniss, Kimberly Kahler, Elizabeth Gill, Rochelle Ihm, Judith O'Donnell, Laurie Lucas, Sherry Bynum, Amanda Slaughter, Stacie Madison, Susan Smalley, Pamela Tinsley, Linda Davis, Darlene Webb, Deborah Green, Wendy Huggy, Janet Brice, Tracy Ramsey, Shelley Hoke, Rebecca Dunn, Tricia Kellett, Sherri White, Kim Leggett, Melinda Creech, Lisa Sexton, Staci Madison, Michelle Mulcahy.
Currently posting on the following subreddits:
Other cases:
  1. Fond Du Lac Jane Doe
  2. Septic Tank Sam
  3. Lime Lady - IDENTIFIED
  4. The Boy In The Box
  5. Little Miss Nobody
  6. Cheerleader in the Trunk
  7. Little Miss X
  8. Woodlawn Jane Doe
  9. Valentine Doe
  10. Arroyo Grande Jane Doe
  11. Unidentified Female, using the name Maria Mendez Morales
  12. Hattiesburg John Doe
  13. Walker County Jane Doe
  14. Unidentified man with anchor tied around his waist
  15. Princess Blue
  16. Guadalupe County Jane Doe
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2020.02.19 19:11 HelHeals #17. El Dorado Jane Doe, El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas, USA; Unidentified adult for 28 years

Hello. I keep a personal digital "diary" of Jane/John Doe cases. I've decided to start posting them. This is case number 17. I try to keep them as concise as possible. If you have any tips on how to make it better or subreddits where I can post it, PM me or leave it below. At the bottom of the post I have the current subreddits I post these on, and my other cases.


  1. Numerous photos of EDJD while living:
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5
    6. 6
    7. 7
    8. 8
    9. 9
    10. 10
    11. 11
  2. Postmortem 1 and 2 and 3
Notes:
Ruled out: Ann Gotlib, Patricia Taylor, Tammy Surdam, Darci Warde, Carey Parker, Leigh Occhi, Tracy Byrd, Myrisha Campbell, Roxanne Sims, Jeannette Drzewiecki, Cathleen Martin, Lisa White, Michelle Thomas, Phyllis Brewer, Misty Copsey, Julie Moseley, Cindy King, Winnie Kersey, Cheryl Ann Iacovone, Mary Trlica, Joanne Williams, Veronica Brewer, Cathy Smith, Cynthia Gooding, Jackie Leslie, Elaine Allenbach, Kelly McGinniss, Kimberly Kahler, Elizabeth Gill, Rochelle Ihm, Judith O'Donnell, Laurie Lucas, Sherry Bynum, Amanda Slaughter, Stacie Madison, Susan Smalley, Pamela Tinsley, Linda Davis, Darlene Webb, Deborah Green, Wendy Huggy, Janet Brice, Tracy Ramsey, Shelley Hoke, Rebecca Dunn, Tricia Kellett, Sherri White, Kim Leggett, Melinda Creech, Lisa Sexton, Staci Madison, Michelle Mulcahy.
Currently posting on the following subreddits:
Other cases:
  1. Fond Du Lac Jane Doe
  2. Septic Tank Sam
  3. Lime Lady - IDENTIFIED
  4. The Boy In The Box
  5. Little Miss Nobody
  6. Cheerleader in the Trunk
  7. Little Miss X
  8. Woodlawn Jane Doe
  9. Valentine Doe
  10. Arroyo Grande Jane Doe
  11. Unidentified Female, using the name Maria Mendez Morales
  12. Hattiesburg John Doe
  13. Walker County Jane Doe
  14. Unidentified man with anchor tied around his waist
  15. Princess Blue
  16. Guadalupe County Jane Doe
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2020.02.18 16:57 nextzero182 My Favorite Horror Films From Every Year (2019-1895)

(2019) The Lighthouse
The story in this film is shrouded in mystery but the clues and tools needed to decipher it do exist and with a rewatch, finding them felt so rewarding. It's the kind of movie that I want to make my friends watch, simply so I have someone to discuss it with. It's one of the best horror films I've ever seen.
Runners-up: Little Monsters, Furie, I Am Mother, Glass, Crawl, Ma, Godzilla: King of Monsters, Us, Color Out of Space, Ready or Not, Midsommar, Zombieland: Double Tap, The Head Hunter
(2018) The House That Jack Built
In my mind, this is Lars Von Trier's masterpiece and Matt Dillon's best performance to date. It's hands down the most fun, engaging, darkly humorous, disturbing, bleak and creative film I've seen this year.
Runners-up: Annihilation, Apostle, The Bad Seed, Summer of 84, Mandy, Upgrade, Calibre, Hereditary, A Quiet Place, Bird Box, Lords of Chaos, Head Count, The Witch in the Window, Dragged Across Concrete, Braid, Climax, Incident in a Ghostland, Hold the Dark, The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot, The Strangers: Pray at Night, Suspiria, Halloween, Monster Party
(2017) Mother!
Mother! is an incredibly conscientious statement on the nature of humanity, steeped in religious allegory. The last 30 min or so makes up for any weariness over the pacing. It’s one of the most intense, impressive sequences I’ve seen in a horror film in the last decade. The absolute perfect icing on the cake for what is such a masterful dip into surrealism.
Runners-up: Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil, The Endless, You Were Never Really Here, The Ritual, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Creep 2, Brawl in Cell Block 99, It, It Comes at Night, Get Out, Tigers are Not Afraid, Jungle, Cold Skin, The Crecent, Pyewacket, A Ghost Story, The Bar, Ghost Stories
(2016) The Wailing
The photography direction and cinematography are astounding. I could pause the movie at any given moment and marvel at an iconic photograph. This film had me guessing up until the very last moments. It’s exactly what I crave, an unapologetically evil entry into horror cinema.
Runners-up: Better Watch Out, Boys in the Trees, We are the Flesh, ‘Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl’, Here Alone, The Girl with all the Gifts, Raw, Nocturnal Animals, A Dark Song, The Void, Split, Train to Busan, Arrival, The Eyes of My Mother, Blair Witch, The Good Neighbor, Don’t Breathe, Phantasm: Ravager, Swiss Army Man, Before I Wake, The Shallows, In the Deep, Are We Not Cats, Sam was Here
(2015) The Witch
I really think it focused on expressing the idea of evil being a completely separate entity from god and that the characters in the film can do fuck-all about it. The incredible struggle that every single character is going through in this film is palpable in literally every shot. It’s astounding how well Robert Eggers was able to get this exposition across with such little dialogue.
Runners-up: Tale of Tales, The Gift, The Devil’s Candy, I Am a Hero, The Lure, Evolution, Hell House LLC, Landmine Goes Click, Green Room, The Visit, The Final Girls, Southbound, Baskin, Remember
(2014) Alleluia
It’s a gritty tale of heartbreak, loneliness, jealousy, greed and obsession. It’s just fucking real; the kills feel impulsive and impactful. It’s also shot in this dirty format where both killer’s (the woman’s more so) physical appearances degrade as the film progresses.
Runners-up: It Follows, Zombeavers, Interior, Backcountry, Dig Two Graves, The Taking of Deborah Logan, A Girl Who Walks Home Alone at Night, What We Do in the Shadows, The Voices, The Town that Dreaded Sundown, Wolfcop, Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead, Creep, The Babadook, Tusk, Honeymoon, As Above So Below, Life After Beth, The One I Love
(2013) The Conjuring
One of the most established and refined supernatural horror films ever made. James Wan’s style is immortalized here and would go on to be imitated by dozens of other horror filmmakers.
Runners-up: Insidious: Chapter 2, Pee Mak, The Sacrament, Escape from Tomorrow, Oculus, We Are What We Are, Coherence, Evil Dead, Afflicted, Horns, I Spit on Your Grave 2, V/H/S 2, Bad Milo, Jug Face
(2012) Byzantium
It’s really a tale of romance, even just the way it feels. There’s moving Beethoven piano music flooding a sort of neo-gothic atmosphere which, by the way, intertwined perfectly with the flashbacks throughout the film. It’s inevitable that a vampire movie would be grounded in classic elements of the sub-genre but Byzantium manages to push in its own direction, inspiring a surprising amount of mystery.
Runners-up: The Battery, Antiviral, Cosmopolis, The Collection, Resolution, The Conspiracy, Chained, The Bay, Vamps, V/H/S, Sinister
(2011) Sleep Tight
Luis Tosar puts on a sickeningly realistic performance that boasts up an already incredible script. His character is this unstable complex mess of depression, sadism and sociopathy. He’s the world’s worst nightmare, hiding in plain sight.
Runners-up: Scream 4, Take Shelter, Guilty of Romance, The Innkeepers, The Woman, Detention, The Rite, You’re Next, Kill List, Apollo 18, The Cabin in the Woods, Source Code
(2010) I Saw the Devil
Jee-Woon Kim makes actions feel loud and crisp. Both the villain and our protagonist are powerful in their own right. It’s both intensified but also remarkably realistic. I get that that’s a paradox of sorts but I just mean, it’s just not what audiences are used to seeing. There’s not too much left to the imagination with this one in terms of the violent sequences.
Runners-up: Insidious, Trust, Trollhunter, Dream Home, Helldriver, The Crazies, Tucker and Dale vs Evil, I Spit on Your Grave
(2009) Dogtooth
Yorgos Lanthimos’s filmmaking style is darkly calculated with deadpan cinematography and tip-toeing dialogue thats minimalism only adds to its strangeness. I haven’t been made this uncomfortable by a film since Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom. Dogtooth offers a difficult, albeit alluring glimpse into a world of isolationism, abuse, violence and psychopathy.
Runner ups: The Forbidden Door, [REC] 2, The Collector, The Fourth Kind, Orphan, Drag Me to Hell, the House of the Devil, Antichrist, Zombieland, Jennifer's Body
(2008) Let the Right One In
I absolutely love this film. I think it’s the pinnacle of modern horror and modern vampire film. The way this film deals with both sexuality and immortality is genius. It’s a rotten dichotomy between pedophilia and loneliness that ends up being darker than the actual violence.
Runners-up: Cloverfield, The Strangers, Quarantine, Four Nights with Anna, Pontypool, Vinyan, Surveillance, Eden Lake, Martyrs, Lake Mungo, The Ruins
(2007) 1408
1408 captures the magic of The Twilight Zone and blends it expertly into the most horrific supernatural waterboarding experience.
Runners-up: 28 Weeks Later, The Orphanage, Hansel and Gretel, Funny Games, Resident Evil: Extinction, The Girl Next Door, Trick r’ Treat, Paranormal Activity, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Stuck, The Poughkeepsie Tapes
(2006) Inland Empire
Inland Empire is the most ambitious conceptual interpretation of Hollywood and film making that I have ever or could ever conceive. It challenged my mind for three consecutive hours and reinvented the way I interpret his films.
Runners-up: Fido, Sheitan, Severance, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Hatchet, Slither, Final Destination 3, Bug
(2005) Strange Circus
Strange Circus fills all my horror holes of morbid depravity and in a miraculously graceful fashion. Much like Suicide Club, it presents itself in a gorgeously grainy, bleak fashion that draws special attention to the moments of bold color. It’s also super fucked up, in a great way.
Runners-up: John Carpenter’s Cigarette Burns, Noriko’s Dinner Table, The Call of Cthulhu, A History of Violence, Lady Vengeance, Funky Forest: The First Contact, Haze, The Skeleton Key, The Decent, Doom, Hostel
(2004) Shaun of the Dead
This movie is just wonderful. I find it hilarious on a personal level but also so intelligently funny that it could go down as one of the greatest horror-comedies of all time. Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have an undeniable chemistry and just simply make an entire new breed of film-style. It's dry, whimsical, crass, darkly funny and wholesomely endearing.
Runners-up: The Phantom of the Opera, Shutter, Dumplings, Three Extremes, Calvaire, Saw, Dead Man's Shoes, The Village, The Butterfly Effect
(2003) Oldboy
Everything about this film is exceptional. It looks fantastic, the acting is fantastic and Chan-wook Park wrote an incredible story. I think when you try and sell a revenge movie to someone, it can imply some degree of formulaic filmmaking but Park’s films are anything but. This one had me guessing up until the very last minute.
Runners-up: Dead End, Open Water, Willard, Identity, High Tension, Dark Water, A Tale of Two Sisters, Gozu, House of 1000 Corpses, Jeepers Creepers 2, Scary Movie 3, Final Destination 2, Alexandra's Project
(2002) The Ring
The Ring is a terrifying film that relies on an unstoppable force. It utilizes one of the few shining examples of a successful grey-scale and manages to convey a horrifying sense of bleakness and helplessness. It’s better than the original.
Runners-up: 28 Days Later, Blade 2, May, Dog Soldiers, Resident Evil, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, In My Skin, The Eye, Irreversible
(2001) Pulse
How a horror movie can make ghosts infiltrating our world through the internet not stupid is beyond me but everything here just worked. For 2001, the visual effects for the ghosts are perfect and don’t steal the spotlight away from the emotionally driven horror that makes this project successful. I’ve yet to be more moved by a horror film, this one absolutely broke me.
Runners-up: The Devil’s Backbone, Frailty, Suicide Club, Visitor Q, Ichi the Killer, Trouble Every Day, Dagon, Jeepers Creepers, The Others
(2000) American Psycho
You won’t see a much better performance by Christian Bale; he’s top notch, however, the success is owed to everyone involved. It’s an excellent script, written from excellent source material and expertly directed by Mary Harron. This film is pure genius and it’s well worth noting that even if you’re not viewing the film under a super-critical lens, it’s highly entertaining.
Runners-up: Fail Safe, Ginger Snaps, Final Destination
(1999) The Sixth Sense
I can’t praise this movie enough. It’s dark, depressing and only offers the humblest of reprieve in the end; much like what many of the films characters go through. This is M. Night’s masterpiece.
Runners-up: Arlington Road, The Blair Witch Project, Nang Nak, Idle Hands, Audition, eXistenZ, Sleepy Hallow
(1998) Ringu
This is a benchmark in atmospheric horror and a film that spawned an entire generation of psionic horror films. It’s dark and heartbreaking.
Runners-up: Blade, Bride of Chucky, Phantasm IV: Oblivion, The Faculty, Disturbing Behavior
(1997) Lost Highway
This film is about how powerful the human mind is and how we cope with intense guilt, fear and regret. Specifically, in this instance, the compartmentalization of murder. Although that all seems inherently negative, especially in the context of the movie, it’s really just about confronting your issues; even if that means accepting your punishment.
Runners-up: The Devil’s Advocate, Funny Games, Alien: Resurrection, Cure, Cube, Event Horizon
(1996) Scream
Scream just may be the best meta-horror film ever made. It’s so special to me and was probably the film that sparked my fascination with horror. I watched it the year after it came out, at 8-years old, alone in my dark basement. I shut it off after the opening scene with Drew Barrymore and never saw the rest until years later. However, if I had just stuck with it, it actually evolves into this darkly funny, poignant statement on slasher films.
Runners-up: Ebola Syndrome, Naked Blood: Magyaku, From Dusk Till Dawn, Crash
(1995) The Addiction
This was Abel Ferrara’s extremely personal vampire film that tackled addiction and through the gritty melodramatic landscape of New York, he really sheds his skin. It’s raw and rightfully claims the best film of the year.
Runners-up: The Eternal Evil of Asia, Habit, The Day of the Beast
(1994) In the Mouth of Madness
Simply one of the best Lovecraftian films ever made. The special effects in this movie range from miniature set pieces shot up close to a full size 30-man operated partially animatronic wall of creatures. Some people will say that these 80’s style techniques hurt the production value but those people don’t know shit about shit.
Runners-up: Interview with The Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles, Cemetery Man, Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
(1993) Return of the Living Dead 3
The entire special effects team undoubtedly got the thumbs up from Brian Yuzna on this one. It’s such a fantastic sequel to a series that seemed dedicated to devolve into ridiculousness.
Runners-up: The Eight Immortals Restaurant: The Untold Story, Necronomicon: Book of the Dead, Fire in the Sky
(1992) Man Bites Dog
One of the strangest aspects to some horror movies is their ability to make light of ultra-violent crimes like rape and murder. Man Bites Dog will actually have you laughing out loud until you realize you’re in a kitchen watching three men rape a woman while she pleads for mercy. Whatever way you choose to digest this movie, I can guarantee you’ve never seen anything quite like it before.
Runners-up: Ghostwatch, Army of Darkness
(1991) The Silence of the Lambs
While the film does stand out in blatant, suspenseful, scary moments; it’s the conversations between Clarice and Dr. Lecter that make it so memorable. It just adds this timeless psychological horror element that helps establish it as a classic in my eyes.
Runners-up: Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky, The Addams Family, Sometimes They Come Back, Naked Lunch
(1990) Der Todeskin: The Death King
While often wavering between the blunt, literal message and depressive expressionism, Der Todesking manages to feel all too real. It’s one of the best arthouse-style horror films I’ve seen to date.
Runners up: It, Misery, Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, Jacob’s Ladder, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Tales From the Darkside: The Movie
(1989) Santa Sangre
Easily the most impressive aspect of this film is the ventriloquism inspired acting. It starts out as a goofy aspect of the plot, something that doesn’t really necessarily grab you. However, by the end of the film, it’s molded into this beautiful, creepy display of possession.
Runners-up: The ‘Burbs, Ghostbusters 2, The Woman in Black, Bride of the Re-Animator, Society, Intruder, The Cook, The Thief, his Wife & Her Lover
(1988) The Vanishing
The Vanishing is an absolutely raw tale of abduction, almost like a Norman Rockwell imagining of an American’s European vacation turned horror story. It takes this incredibly simplistic but underlying dynamic approach to horror that’s as refreshing as it is captivating.
Runners-up: Child’s Play, Dead Ringers, Men Behind the Sun, Pumpkinhead, Pin, Phantasm II, Brain Damage, The Following, Halloween 4: The Return, Beetlejuice
(1987) Evil Dead 2
Just from a technical perspective, everything is so fucking impressive. It’s all basically hand-done, practical effects and the camera work is just remarkable. The film leans more towards the humor side of the series but it does so both intentionally and gracefully. I adore this movie, it’s on par with the original
Runners-up: Hellraiser, Creepshow 2, Near Dark, A Nightmare on Elm Street: Dream Warriors, The Witches of Eastwick, Anguish, Prince of Darkness, Angel Heart
(1986) In a Glass Cage
It’s an incredible movie about consequence and revenge that’s told in a manor that I think bewildered reviewers for years. It blurs the lines between right and wrong, willing to sacrifice lives in the process of condemning an extraordinary evil. The specific breed of revenge, as portrayed in this film, isn’t noble but rather an inevitable product of abuse. If you think you can stomach it, I can’t recommend this enough.
Runners-up: Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, The Fly, The Hitcher, Blue Velvet, Night of the Creeps, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, From Beyond
(1985) Come and See
Come and See is a raw and sobering look at WW2 from the Soviet perspective. It’s one of the least “Hollywood” war movies I’ve ever seen. Some of the scenes towards the end were truly gut wrenching and will most likely stick with me for quite some time.
Runners-up: Lifeforce, Silver Bullet, Fright Night, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, The Return of the Living Dead, Re-Animator, Day of the Dead
(1984) A Nightmare on Elm Street
This felt like a first glimpse into Wes Craven’s mind and the last glimpse into my well-rested sleep. It’s creative, vile and fucking scary.
Runners-up: Poison for the Fairies, Countdown to Looking Glass, Threads, Gremlins
(1983) Videodrome
Videodrome is a fucking trip and it’s an incredible feat of psychological horror while also being a visually horrific movie.
Runners-up: Something Wicked This Way Comes, Angst, The Day After, Special Bulletin, The Boxer’s Omen, Eyes of Fire, Christine, The Dead Zone, Cujo
(1982) The Thing
It’s one of the best sci-fi body-horror films ever made and the fact that no one is steeping up to say otherwise should be a clue.
Runner-up: Creepshow, Poltergeist, Cat People
(1981) The Evil Dead
I’ve wracked my brain trying to think of a good description. This is one of the most incredible horror films ever made. It manipulated both the body and time itself to establish such a pure horror environment.
Runners-up: The Howling, Halloween II, Dark Night of the Scarecrow, Ms. 45, An American Werewolf in London, The House by the Cemetery
(1980) The Shining
Absolute perfection. This is such an enthralling psychological horror film.
Runners-up: Inferno, Hex, Altered States, Cannibal Holocaust
(1979) Alien
A classic and possibly the best creature film ever produced. There hasn’t ever been a better blend of sci-fi and horror.
Runners-up: Salem’s Lot, The Driller Killer, The Brood, Zombie, Apocalypse Now
(1978) Invasion of the Body Snatchers
I love this fucking movie with all my heart, it’s seriously one of the best alien invasion movies I’ve ever seen.
Runners-up: Beauty and the Beast, The Shout, Magic, Halloween
(1977) Suspiria
Its psychedelic, pastel, fun-house atmosphere, coupled with a fantastic score lend a benchmark aesthetic for Italian horror and well, horror in general. Many have tried to emulate it and most have failed.
Runners-up: The Hills Have Eyes
(1976) God Told Me To
Cohen takes all this religious subtlety and blows it all up for the finale into a very Cronenberg-style conclusion. Despite all the veils seemingly being lifted at once, I still found myself unsure of what to think during some of those pivotal scenes. After the credits rolled, I was damn sure I was into it.
Runners-up: The Tenant, Carrie
(1975) Jaws
This movie actually made people scared to go in the water. It’s almost difficult to think of a more impactful film off the top of my head.
Runners-up: Deep Red, Shivers
(1974) The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue
This is a sleeper zombie hit and one of the best looking films from the 70’s.
Runner-up: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
(1973) The Exorcist
William Friedkin takes the time to let the characters accept their reality in a realistic manner. It’s a technique that creates a very human aspect to them and watching the mother and the priest break down actually becomes as horrific as anything else here.
Runners-up: The Legend of Hell House, The Wicker Man, Don't Look Now
(1972) Images
Robert Altman’s Images is an exhibition into how to fully encapsulate an idea within the confines of a visually and sonically refined film. You could throw away the plot entirely and I’d still tell you this is one of the best looking films, period.
Runners-up: Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key, Morgiana, What Have You Done to Solange?, Don’t Torture a Duckling, Raw Meat, Tales from the Crypt, The Last House on the Left
(1971) The Devils
It’s tough to tell how accurate of a representation The Devils is of what actually occurred in Loudun, France back then but either way, it seems eye-opening. It’s a very powerful film, I really enjoyed this one.
Runners-up: THX 1138, The Abominable Dr. Phibes, Short Night of Glass Dolls, The Cat o’ Nine Tails, Blade the Ripper, Malpertuis, A Bay of Blood
(1970) Valerie and Her Week of Wonders
I would absolutely consider this a coming-of-age film and they balanced the horror and whimsical elements perfectly. For that reason alone, I don’t believe I’ve seen any other film quite like this. With a tantalizing soundtrack and colorful visuals, I really felt transported into this strange new world.
Runner-up: The House That Screamed
(1969) Horrors of Malformed Men
I’ve never been so confused only to have everything wrap up so emotionally that the vision and artistic direction became so clear. I don’t want to ruin anything so I’ll just leave the teaser as, this film might be among the strangest Japanese horror films I’ve seen to date.
Runners-up: Cremator, One on Top of the Other
(1968) Hour of the Wolf
Hour of the Wolf is a top to bottom, beautifully produced psychological, surrealist nightmare.
Runners-up: Kuroneko, Rosemary’s Baby, Night of the Living Dead
(1967) Viy
This is the first and possibly only soviet horror film. For the resources they had, everything looks amazing. It’s an incredibly fluid experience that takes zero time before jumping straight into the scares.
Runners-up: Wait Until Dark, ’Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told’
(1966) Persona
All of the flashing images, cuts and effects are almost unbelievably purposeful. Just 5-minutes of this films would spell pretentiousness but as a whole, it’s a masterpiece.
Runners-up: Seconds, ‘Kill Baby, Kill’, Cul-De-Sac
(1965) Repulsion
Sonically the movie thrives in the negative. When our lead actress is being raped Polanski purposely takes her voice away, really emulating the fear and helplessness in a genuinely scary way. Couple this with a claustrophobic atmosphere and we’re given a seriously trimmed up psychological horror thriller that was way ahead of its time.
Runners-up: Fists in the Pocket, Planet of the Vampires
(1964) Kwaidan
This is an anthology but rather than dissect each segment I’d rather just speak on the film as a whole. All four stories really encapsulate a sort of morbid beauty and tend to compliment one another over the course of the three-hour long movie.
Runners-up: Castle of Blood, Blood and Black Lace, The Tomb of Ligeia, The Masque of the Red Death, The Last Man on Earth
(1963) The Haunting
The Haunting, despite being such an influence in the horror genre in general, seems to be an incredible lesson in use of space. Architecture, ceilings and walls are constantly the focus. Wise creates a ton of claustrophobic tension and before the story even begins to evolve, you get the sense that these individuals are indeed, trapped inside this house.
Runners-up: Black Sabbath, The Birds, The Haunted Palace, Twice-Told Tales
(1962) What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
This film was fantastic. Beyond the poignant statement it makes, it’s just such a solid, performance driven thriller. I’m very surprised I’ve never heard of it before today.
Runner-up: Carnival of Souls
(1961) The Innocents
This is simply one of the most beautifully shot horror films from the early 60’s. Every frame is truly a picture and for that alone, I’d call this a must watch for horror fans.
Runners-up: Mother Joan of the Angels, Pit and the Pendulum
(1960) Psycho
There’s a scene where Norman Bates first shows real nervousness. The actor playing him, Anthony Perkins, puts on probably the most believable performance here that I’ve ever seen. It really gave me chills. If you haven’t seen this before, it just might be the first and greatest execution of a theatrical misdirection.
Runners-up: Peeping Tom, The Brides of Dracula, Village of the Damned, Jigoku, Black Sunday, Eyes Without a Face
(1959) A Bucket of Blood
This is such an awesome Corman film. It’s pure entertainment and just an excellent horror-comedy. Dick Miller is a great lead.
(1958) Horror of Dracula
Both Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee are fantastic in their roles and it’s strange to even be saying this is one of the best Dracula films at this point, after having seen so many.
(1957) Curse of the Demon
Certain aspects of the ending sequences don’t exactly age gracefully but for the most part, Curse of the Demon remains compelling and creepy.
(1956) The Bad Seed
Outstanding performances from both mothers and really just an excellent film all around. It’s probably the earliest film to tackle childhood evil in a realistic sense, without all the usual campiness.
Runner-up: Invasion of the Body Snatchers
(1955) The Night of the Hunter
The film just looks fantastic, I mean seriously, it doesn’t get much better for the era. The depth for a black and white film is incredible, especially in the backdrops. It makes for some really iconic looking scenes and those moments are probably what I’ll hold onto as time passes. The underwater shot of the car was fucking stunning.
(1954) Rear Window
This film just feels like Hitchcock flexing. He knows how to make the perfect theatrical experience in technicolor with all the hottest stars.
Runner-up: Godzilla
(1953) House of Wax
House of Wax, much like other Price films, is meant to be fun. It's definitely dark and horror focused but it's also colorful and accessible. Phyllis Kirk is also a very capable female lead.
(1952) The White Reindeer
I don't think I've ever seen a Finnish horror film before but this was great. It's super mellow but builds into this atmospheric horror-fantasy.
(1951) Strangers on a Train
This is such a fantastic crime thriller and I absolutely loved the character Bruno Antony. It added such a creepy element seeing this seemingly desperate man reveal himself to be something entirely different.
(1950) Sunset Boulevard
It totally brings a smile to my face to say this this is, yet again, another film that had to inspire David Lynch. It's certainly film-noir but the melodrama itself is so creepily in-tune with the struggles of Hollywood actors and actresses.
(1949) The Queen of Spades
Dickinson managed to capture the both literally figuratively cold vibe of imperialistic Russia and I think that's one of the main components that makes it stand out to me. It certainly is an exercise in greed but within the setting you almost adopt an understanding for our main character, however devious he may be.
(1948) Rope
Despite a very straightforward plot, I can’t help but thinking there’s a ton going on in this movie, a lot of which was way ahead of its time. It’s not just about two men attempting to get away with murder but it also introduced this widely controversial notion of lesser lives being expendable to the more powerful sector of society.
(1947) Black Narcissus
This film is absolutely breathtaking. For anyone who's ever considered technicolor to look fake, blown-out and oversaturated, this is a shining example of it done right. It's an entirely created set with gorgeous artwork. This film so elegantly says what I believe religious detractors have a hard time putting into words. There's a huge portion of the movie that's confronting sexual temptation and it's an aspect that's woven into every single frame of this film. I mean that literally.
(1946) Bedlam
This film is hugely influential and may just be the first film to explore the horrors of being accused of insanity. It also happens to be pretty diverse between horror, cruelty, meta-humor and wholesomeness.
(1945) Dead of Night
This is a clear inspiration for The Twilight Zone and just the structure alone felt way ahead of its time. It’s a nightmarish journey adapting many horror traits but really building a foundation around surrealism.
(1944) The Uninvited
The character relationships are comically whimsical and coupled with the upbeat score, I didn’t get really any “scary” vibe from it. It’s an aspect I didn’t hate though, it’s really what this film is about, the characters.
(1943) Shadow of a Doubt
Joseph Cotten’s character really stands out as the focal point of the film. Hitchcock manages to build suspense throughout the film my highlighting his presence in subtle powerful ways. Whether it be through camera framing or the subversive violent tone of his dialogue, you really feel tension whenever the man is on screen.
Runner-up: The Seventh Victim
(1942) Cat People
Simone Simon is a fantastic lead and even with the short runtime, I came to understand her character rather quickly. Tons of anxiety as well as repressed sexuality sort of hone her into this timid and frighted woman who brings her own fears to life.
(1941) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
As with any Jekyll and Hyde film, it all really hinges on the performance of the two and Spencer Tracy fucking killed this role. The first scene with him as Hyde in the bar was super creepy and also pleasantly rape-y. Is that weird to say?
Runner-up: The Wolf Man
(1940) The Invisible Man Returns
A young Vincent Price plays our perp this time and he’s excellent as always. It’s not paced exactly as intensely as the original but I enjoyed the steady decent into madness.
(1939) Son of Frankenstein
Of course there’s that 1930’s cheesy sci-fi but the film as a whole is very entertaining and the set pieces are incredible.
(1938) They Drive by Night
This is a great fucking movie that totally embodies crime-noir. It reminds me a ton of early Hitchcock and for the 30's, the narrative is spectacularly clean.
(1937) Song at Midnight
It is tedious but really, not overly so. A huge aspect of this film is character and tension building and in that regard, it really works.
(1936) The Invisible Ray
Man I love this movie. You obviously have Boris and Bela back together but it’s just such a legitimately fun sci-fi horror film. The plot is straight out of a 1950’s nuclear propaganda film which was probably the coolest aspect. With that, the effects are also fucking top-notch.
(1935) The Bride of Frankenstein
Boris Karloff is the only Monster in my mind. I would even consider this film to be family friendly as he’s the sweetest version of himself. There’s no really complex character development but The Monster is undoubtedly more self-aware which makes the entire film more engaging.
(1934) The Black Cat
When I thought of things that struck me that were worth mentioning, I actually thought of vacation-horror. Beyond all the elements of lust and innocence, I actually was struck by how much this film probably influenced destination horror films. These films excelled at taking our protagonists out of their comfort zones, before even introducing fucked up shit to the plot. It’s smart, concise and something I feel is even worth revisiting.
(1933) The Invisible Man
I’m absolutely floored by the production of this film. I went in with this preconceived expectation of the invisible man solely being portrayed wearing all the rags and shit. The effects for 1933 are very impressive.
Runner-up: King Kong
(1932) Freaks
This film was oddly charming. It was obviously filmed with the intent to make people uncomfortable. In that sense, I mean…it succeeded. It’s definitely a little fucked up, especially the 3 second shot in the final scene. For the 1930’s, that 3-second shot was definitely an “oh my holy fuck” moment.
Runners-up: The Mummy, Vampyr
(1931) M
I feel like I, myself, never realized how far back people have been recognizing mental illness. I don’t mean in the specific and complex clinical sense, but more so, just in the obvious sense, certain displays that appeal to our natural, compassionate nature. Of course, in this film you do see the antithesis of that at times but really only to highlight the importance of law, reason and justice. Absolutely fantastic film and a staple in the horror genre with really the first truly dynamic killer that comes to mind.
Runners-up: Dracula, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Frankenstein
(1930) L’Age d’Or
It’s very much one of the earliest, full-length, surrealist films and with that comes the usual loose narrative that can be hard to follow. When I say hard to follow, it’s probably because it wasn’t meant to be “followed”. I digested this film as sort of an anthology of poignant criticisms by the filmmakers and Dali.
(1929) Seven Footprints of Satan
This film is fucking insane. It’s a super surrealist spiral through satanic-based situations. It’s really indescribable. The effects and cuts are excellent. I loved the restored version I watched. I don’t even know what to say. I definitely think this inspired or at least should be mentioned as a precursor to films such as Bergman’s Hour of the Wolf.
(1928) The Man Who Laughs
Some people might not know but this film was the direct inspiration for the ultra-famous DC comics villain, The Joker. It’s pretty fucking incredible how much people took to this idea of someone being disfigured in such creatively sadistic manner. I would absolutely, especially with the role of Cesare in The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, consider Conrad Veidt to be a horror icon.
(1927) The Unknown
You know, we’re still in the silent era and it does suffer from some of the text-based storytelling that silent films hinder on. However, it’s still a really fun movie. You’ve got Lon Chaney and he’s not just a modern day novelty in this. His expressionistic performance is actually the main highlight, even more-so than Joan Crawford.
(1926) The Bat
This may be the earliest campy, funhouse-vibe horror film ever made. It offers another level to the usual protagonist/villain structure and what comes with that is a fresh sense of unpredictability.
(1925) The Phantom of the Opera
Not only does Chaney look great but the labyrinth of the Opera house is also visually stunning. I’m hesitant to call this a haunted house movie but the set itself does play a pretty large role in the horror aspects of this film. That’s all that I need to say, this one definitely deserves a watch, even just to appreciate what they were able to accomplish given the technical limitations of that time period.
(1924) Hands of Orlac
Robert Wiene is back after one of his most influential films, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. The story itself is obviously very classic. It also happens to look fantastic. The actual film quality, as it often does in this decade, lends a great aesthetic. Where it falls short is really just in the length. The plot isn’t complex enough to warrant the runtime. The score definitely helps with that, even if it was added semi-recently. Still though, the second half the film can seem to drag. It may have no lived up to my own expectations but nevertheless, I believe it’s important in horror-film history.
(1923) The Hunchback of Notre Dame
I don’t know man, I’m not really digging it. It’s just too fucking long. I mean it’s good and everything, I can give credit for what was achieved given the time it was made but straight honesty, it’s not an easy watch. Why is it on this list? Well, I still believe it to be the best horror-film that came out this year.
(1922) Nosferatu
I’ll plainly say that I was blown away by this film. For 1922 there’s a direction of horror so understood that it’s a mockery of modern day vampire movies.
(1921) Destiny
This is a pretty early film in Fritz Lang’s career and it’s also one that I’ve never heard mentioned, ever. That’s strange to me because it’s a beautiful film with breathtaking visuals. I mean breathtaking not just in the photography but the editing is simply timeless. We always talk about films being ahead of their time but I didn’t even believe some of the cropping and fading effects even existed in the silent film era. Definitely just go watch this one. I’m always upfront with how digestible silent films are and this was actually an easy watch, relatively.
(1920) The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
I’m not exactly sure of the filmmakers direct intentions but even if they made this film as a natural reflection of the current state, it really paints a frightening picture of obedience in Germany. Just as is, it’s a really creepy film both looks wise and just the way it’s paced. For a silent movie, the storyline was actually quite dynamic and it even has a very unexpected twist at the end.
(1919) Eerie Tales
This entire film is incredibly tedious and really only certain parts entertained me. With that being said though, the suicide club segment alone was really unnerving.
(1913) The Student of Prague
This is textbook original execution over original idea, which to me, probably describes 99% of modern film. It has a really warm look to the surviving film and is actually filled with some genuinely creepy moments, despite possibly being unintentional. This is probably the first German indie art film, which makes it an essential watch, even disregarding the leaps made in psychological horror here. I really like this film the more I talk about it. Also, the more I talk about it, the more I feel like it doesn’t deserve to be rated, as it has no real counterpart.
(1912) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
This one is definitely good for the time period, especially in terms of storytelling. It feels much more like a full, fleshed-out idea when compared to some of its counterparts. I appreciate it for what it is.
(1910) Frankenstein
A ton of people don’t know that this is actually the first interpretation of Mary Shelley’s novel in film. The surviving film is very warm and gritty. I love the effects here and it’s such a big name in horror that I’m not going to try and sell it. I will say though, the effects from the creation scene remind me a ton of Hellraiser.
(1909) The Sealed Room
This is really just such a classic tale of jealousy and infidelity. It’s a dark fantasy that plays out the most extreme aspects of human emotion. More importantly, it’s the earliest silent film I’ve seen that uses text screens for dialogue and exposition. It’s important.
(1907) Satan at Play
(1906) The 400 Tricks of the Devil
(1905) The Black Imp
(1903) The Monster
(1902) Mephistopheles’ School of Magic
(1901) Bluebeard
(1900) Faust and Marguerite
(1899) The Sign of the Cross
(1898) A Trip to the Moon
(1897) The X-Ray Fiend
(1896) The House of the Devil
(1895) The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots
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2019.12.08 14:09 nextzero182 I watch a horror movie almost every day, here's the best films I watched in 2019

(2019) Midsommar 9.5/10
This movie isn’t for everyone and I don’t mean that in a pretentious way. I do think almost anyone can understand the plot, the subtext and motifs strewn throughout. However, the way it’s presented, isn’t always traditionally palatable. Astor is just such a student and fan of film that you can see this kaleidoscope of homages and influences throughout this movie, all while making it feel like his own project. Florence Pugh really surprised me. She had huge shoes to fill and my favorite aspects of the film were brought to light through her performance. Her character arc is the entire movie and I really felt like I related to her character, while being terrified by how much I also didn’t relate to her, if that makes any sense. This is just a movie you need to see for yourself.
(2019) Us 9/10
I’m thankful that I can say, put simply, this film lived up to the hype. I was slightly concerned that it was going to be Peele’s attempt at a home invasion horror movie but the script is spectacularly original and I can say with all honesty, it’s very unpredictable. I love how it’s once again, like his previous film, set in an idyllic location. It opens with tons of effective humor, coupled with the cheery atmosphere; its inviting nature just makes the tonal switch hit that much harder.
(2019) Little Monsters 8/10
Lupita is absolutely exceptional. She blew me away in Us and she blew me away here. Her performance, character and delivery are so exceptionally genuine here. Really everyone is fantastic. Josh Gad and Alexander England are hilarious and deliver some really witty dialogue. It's just a surprisingly sweet and funny zombie movie. I loved it.
(2019) Furie 7/10
(2019) Godzilla: King of the Monsters 7/10
(2019) Glass 8.5/10
M. Night’s superhero universe is so special to me simply because it’s different. He took the task of creating and growing these characters in a realistic space, which wasn’t guaranteed to work. It’s pretty much universally agreed that Unbreakable is a fantastic film and Split while respected, was divisive. Now with Glass, everything has only become even more divisive as this universe is fully established. I respected this film so much for not hiding behind itself, the entire plot puts all three characters in the forefront and shines light on all their strengths and weaknesses. It’s clear James McAvoy is the star though. His performance is absolutely incredible.
(2019) Ma 7/10
(2019) Crawl 7.5/10
(2019) I Am Mother 8/10
I Am Mother is an incredible sci-fi horror film that while borrowing from previous successes, manages to add a whole new human element that makes it unique. I thought Clara Rugaard did a great job. My initial thoughts were that the role didn’t require much but the subtleness of her role arguably required a greater effort than a traditional dramatic role.
(2018) Dragged Across Concrete 8/10
S. Craig Zahler is unlike any other filmmaker out there. His style is akin to an NFL ref who really doesn’t care to step-in too much to call penalties. His films are lengthy because he really just likes, natural, raw, uncut scenes and that aspect is pleasantly subversive to traditional filmmaking. It comes with some potential pitfalls like actual missed editing (more so complete omission) opportunities of certain scenes and overall this project can seem too long. Despite the length though, it kept me engaged the entire time and has such a unique, albeit potentially racist perspective.
(2018) Lords of Chaos 8.5/10
I've been a black metal fan forever and this is a biography-ish (who knows what actually went down exactly) film about the band Mayhem. Man, some scenes are so brutal and dark bur most importantly, I loved how it portrayed most of these dudes as neo-nazi incels. I still fucking love Burzum and Mayhem but I'm glad they got this one right. Rory Culkin is pretty fantastic in his role and I feel like the horror community should be interested in this.
(2018) Incident in a Ghostland 9/10
I’m so grateful for a psychological horror film of this magnitude and frankly, the best twist since the M. Night-era. I’m filled with questions but ultimately I thought it was one of the smartest films of the year. I found the sound design to really play into the gut-wrenching meat of this project and it’s something I could discuss for days. The cinematography is also fantastic, violence is fast and impactful.
(2018) Climax 8/10
The dancing in this film almost feels like it’s intertwined with every aspect of both the story and the production. It’s almost hypnotizing at times and evolves eventually into a brutally intense sequence of dizzying follow-cam style shots as you watch these incredible performers contorting their bodies. It all eventually sort of decays as characters separate and reality from the drugged-up trip seems to blur. Actual horrible things are happening in real life but because these characters are consumed by delusion. I think people need to watch this and just sit with it for a bit before forming an opinion; I definitely needed to.
(2018) The House That Jack Built 9.5/10
In my mind, this is Lars Von Trier’s masterpiece and Matt Dillon’s best performance to date. It’s hands down the most fun, engaging, darkly humorous, disturbing, bleak and creative film I’ve seen in a long time.
(2018) Braid 8/10
Braid is a fantastic film and one that I can’t jump to compare to anything else. It’s such a fresh new take on the psychological horror genre. I loved how I actually didn’t understand what was going on in the beginning but was so enamored with the visuals that my attention didn’t waver. The film really excels in storytelling and all three actresses did a great job at selling their roles. It’s one of those great mystery projects that’s hard to talk about because you so badly need to go in blind.
(2018) Venom 7/10
(2018) Head Count 7.5/10
(2018) The Witch in the Window 8.5/10
First off, this film has the funniest fucking spotlight negative review on iMDB about a festering rotten cup of piss and I love that. Unfortunately, or fortunately rather, I wholeheartedly disagree. It was one the most emotionally impactful movies I’ve seen in months. The cinematography is so clean and correlates with the tight knit story itself. Nothing is hidden; the dialogue and visuals are very much the focus. It blends scary with intriguing in a way that’s truly unpredictable.
(2018) The Strangers: Prey at Night 7/10
(2018) Suspiria 9/10
It’s definitely a lengthy film but the narrative is fantastic. The visuals are muted in stark juxtaposition to the original but they’re so fucking raw and twisted that it works. There’s also several performances to note, Tilda Swinton, Mia Goth and our lead of course, Dakota Johnson. I don’t think there’s any competing with Goblin’s original soundtrack for Argento’s film but Thom Yorke did a good job. It took a re-watch to fully appreciate his work but I like that it’s different and very melancholy.
(2018) The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot 7.5/10
(2018) Bird Box 8/10
The creature design in this film is so incredibly unique and almost intangible at points. It’s not without its minor flaws, such as some shoe-horned characters and flirtations with over-used tropes but they don’t seem to detract from the big picture.
(2018) Hold the Dark 8/10
Jeremy Saulnier is an incredible director, usually putting forth visceral experiences that both speak for themselves and hit the viewer hardest from a visually artistic standpoint. Hold the Dark is completely different. It contains the same expert level cinematography, sound design and photography but where it differs is its story driven aspects. The tale of this film so-to-speak, is fucking insane.
(2018) Halloween 8/10
I absolutely loved this movie, if not simply for the fact that it balanced that difficulty of paying homage to the original series, while using modern techniques to elevate it. It’s extremely well-produced but still forces itself to break away from the obscured angles and macro shots to give us these raw, long follow-cam sequences.
(2017) The Crescent 7/10
(2017) Cold Skin 7/10
(2017) Jungle 8/10
For a religious-themed film about survival and hope, McLean did decide to pull from his horror-film roots for the most intense, seemingly hopeless portions of the film. The ominous music, tense visuals and crushing psychological twist is for me, what sets it apart from many other films of the same vein.
(2017) Pyewacket 8.5/10
I fucking love occult horror and this film was downright scary. That’s truly one of the greatest accomplishments because I don’t usually get scared watching horror films anymore. It’s somewhat of a slow burn but in a way that really creeped me out.
(2017) A Ghost Story 9.5/10
It’s really difficult to put into words why I loved this movie so much because it was less about the mechanics and more about that way it made me feel. I never thought I would come close to crying watching Rooney Mara eat pie for what seemed like a half hour but here we are. It’s an arthouse film. They fuck with the aspect ratio. They fuck with every shot, oftentimes by not fucking with it at all. It was touching to me; sweet at times, dark, lonely and ultimately hard hitting.
(2017) The Bar 7.5/10
(2017) Tigers Are Not Afraid 9/10
It didn’t even really register to me that even films that portray the Cartel in the most violent way, still tend to be glorifying the culture. This film weighs the innocence of childhood directly against the gang’s ruthless nature to deliver a seriously moving project. I absolutely loved the art direction and cinematography. There’s a certain simplicity to it all which seems to oscillate between endearing, depressing and terrifying. The child actors are also remarkable, I’m not sure how these directors manage to even find them. The story is really tight-knit as well, which makes the pacing almost impeccable. Scene after scene, the film just gets more “real” while also losing itself in fantasy. It’s just wonderful.
(2016) Sam Was Here 9/10
Never in my 4 years of reviewing on here have as so firmly disagreed with an iMBD score but this movie is fucking fantastic. It's evil, it's mysterious, well shot, well acted and one of the most suspenseful films I've seen this year. I was absolutely rocked by the ending and I have nothing left to say. The mystery is the most fun part so just go watch it and pay attention to detail.
(2016) Are We Not Cats 8/10
This is a film that, at least for me, beckoned some further understanding or hidden meaning. Now that I sit with it though, I've very satisfied with the experience. It felt desolate yet intimate, gross, strange and helpless. I feel like it's a fantastic project about acceptance, hardship and empathy. It seems like it was comprised with all amateur actors and filmmakers but I'm impressed with every aspect of the film.
(2015) Southbound 7/10
(2015) Baskin 8/10
The first 40 minutes are a horror-filled dreamlike sequence of dialogue only. Given the explicit nature this film eventually gets into, the fact that it’s my favorite portion of the film says so much about the quality of this script.
(2015) Remember 9.5/10
This is an absolutely enthralling and heartbreaking revenge film. It’s the type of movie where I don’t want to mention a single detail about the story because the story is the entire film. The acting and script are top notch; cinematography clean and focused. It’s one of the most immersive experiences I’ve seen this year and something that felt hard to even pause.
(2014) Tusk 7/10
(2014) Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead 7/10
(2014) The One I Love 7.5/10
(2014) Life After Beth 7/10
(2014) Honeymoon 8/10
There is definitely overt horror as the film climaxes but it’s a very performance driven film. Rose Leslie is to thank for that that, her character is genuine and believable throughout. Harry Treadaway deserves a mention too because he’s great as well. It’s really the contrasting highs and lows of their on-screen relationship that build tension and create this anxious atmosphere.
(2014) Creep 7/10
(2014) As Above So Below 7/10
(2014) Girl House 7/10
(2013) I Spit on Your Grave 2 7/10
(2013) Horns 8.5/10
This film has so many different faces and it’s an absolute grab-bag of emotions depending on what scene you to choose to examine. The reason that mix isn’t to its detriment though is because that constant tonal shift if present throughout the entire fucking film. I love religious based horror like this and this sort of filled me with that wide-eyed fascination that Erremenatri gave me.
(2013) V/H/S 2 7.5/10
(2013) Coherence 8/10
I absolutely love this movie. I’ll be upfront in saying it’s difficult to talk about without spoiling anything. However, I genuinely found the events that transpire during this normal dinner party setting to be unsettling.
(2013) Bad Milo 8/10
This movie is so fucking funny. As a person with anxiety and acid reflux, it was just wonderful. Ken Marino was absolutely hilarious and it’s one of the most ridiculous films of the decade.
(2013) Afflicted 8/10
The found footage genre isn’t new but a version dominated by POV shots, such as this one, is less common. In this instance, it works incredibly well. Considering I’m writing this in 2019, it’s a damn shame directors Derek Lee and Clif Prowse haven’t released another film. They’re such standout filmmakers, writers and even solid actors as well. The story itself isn’t mind-blowing but it’s absolutely engaging and definitely not a weak spot. I feel like without it the production efforts would have felt gimmicky but as an entire package, the film is a vicious, fun ride.
(2012) Vamps 7.5/10
(2012) V/H/S 8/10
Anthologies are one of my favorite mediums to consumer horror but can also be the most difficult to pull off. This film has writing and directing credits in the double digits and with that many creative minds working together as well as separately, it’s very common for a portion of the film to fall short. V/H/S is incredibly special for defying this common pitfall by delivering shorts that are diverse but consistent in quality.
(2012) The Bay 7.5/10
(2012) Sinister 8/10
I found Sinister to be a perfect blend of bleakness and scary. It has some effective jump scares to reel in that horror, cinematic experience but also casually injects some incredibly fucked-up content. For a wide-released, ultra-popular horror film, it pushes the limits quite a bit. The fount footage aspects are the best part. Ethan Hawke is great and everything but there’s something about these tapes, coupled with very eerie audio that just throw you off balance.
(2011) You’re Next 7/10
(2011) Apollo 18 7/10
(2011) The Cabin in the Woods 9/10
It’s literally a statement on the instability of the horror genre itself. The production is fantastic and however goofy it may seem, it’s actually thrilling. The film has the ability to create and break stereotypes simultaneously.
(2011) Source Code 8.5/10
I always pay attention to films that require a character to accept an entirely new reality. With a normal films runtime, it can be difficult to balance that pacing of that sort of character development. This film is a great example of it done right. Gyllenhaal’s characters’ reluctance vs. acceptance are two aspects that work in tandem throughout most of the film. It’s a very human and a definite point of praise.
(2010) The Crazies 7.5/10
(2010) Tucker and Dale vs Evil 8.5/10
This movie is one long gag but it’s both completely genius and absolutely hilarious. It’s truly a masterpiece of satirical meta-horror.
(2010) I Spit on Your Grave 9/10
This is the most gruesome, violent revenge film I’ve seen to date and a shining example of a movie that holds back nothing. It’s 50 min of an elongated rape scene followed by a Hellraiser level revenge sequence that will make the most seasoned horror fans wince.
(2009) Zombieland 8/10
This is an incredible zombie film and despite feeling like a time-capsule of 2009, the core components still hold up really well. It’s a short, sweet, easily digestible and simply, fun to watch. I love all four main characters but the dynamic between Eisenberg and Woody was my favorite. Woody in particular is fucking hilarious and oftentimes I felt as if his energy actually was actually the backbone of the entire film.
(2009) Jennifer’s Body 7.5/10
(2009) Triangle 8/10
It’s a movie that’s strangely simplistic while being really complex. There’s a ton to be gleaned from the details and, outside of the exposition, I actually had the most fun simply pondering what the bigger picture was.
(2008) The Ruins 8/10
I actually had put on this movie looking for a schlocky, vacation horror that I could semi-tune out to but I was so impressed. I feel like I’m the first person to say this but I saw a few big connections to Annihilation. There’s some super creepy shit with plants and relevant to that, a very familiar misdirection. The gore is also fantastic.
(2007) The Poughkeepsie Tapes 7/10
(2007) Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street 7.5/10
(2007) 1408 9.5/10
John Cusack helms what to me is one of the scariest haunted house films ever made. It’s a project that breaks free of the traditional tactics and roots itself in psychological horror. I highly recommend this for literally anyone and everyone. It feels like being water-boarded by supernatural/psychological horror and by the end, I felt spent, in the best way possible.
(2007) Stuck 7/10
(2006) Slither 7/10
(2006) Bug 7.5/10
(2006) The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning 7.5/10
(2006) Final Destination 3 7/10
(2006) Hatchet 7.5/10
The predictable characters, campiness and outrageous special effects aren’t just essential to this film but slashers in general. I love Victor Crowley. Does he bear some resemblance to Jason? Sure, I can see it but this inbred mongoloid also happens to have his own unique charm. Despite the film being called “Hatchet”, Victor isn’t afraid to use anything and everything around him to kill.
(2006) Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon 7.5/10
(2005) Hostel 7.5/10
(2005) Doom 7/10
(2005) Shaun of the Dead 9/10
This movie is just wonderful. I find it hilarious on a personal level but also so intelligently funny that it could go down as one of the greatest horror-comedies of all time.
(2005) The Butterfly Effect 8/10
Alright so I watched the director’s cut and wow, I fucking loved it dude. I should note I think it can take an open mind to fully accept and appreciate the new ending but I found it made the entire film much more complex. I highly recommend checking out this version of the movie.
(2004) The Village 8/10
One of the saving graces for this film was the writing of William Hurt’s character. He’s such a uniquely sensitive and honest injection into what lays out on paper as one big deception. M. Night chooses to lift the veils fairly early on about the more thrilling aspects of the film, which is a complaint for many. However, it rightfully reverts the focus back onto the characters in my mind and the sense of desperation that embodies this village. Ultimately what the film represents to me is hope. I’d recommend not listening to what you’ve heard and checking it out for yourself. I think that after over a decade has passed since its misguided marketing, the film deserves a second chance under fresh perspectives.
(2004) Dead Man’s Shoes 8/10
One of my favorite sub-genre’s is revenge horror and this low-budget film implores its characters to be as human as possible. Beyond the veil of violence and even characteristics indicative of slasher films, Considine’s character is a deeply flawed, psychologically broken man. Oftentimes in revenge films, we see this unstoppable omnipotent protagonist fueled by pure rage but here, his fearlessness goes hand-in-hand with recklessness.
(2003) Jeepers Creepers 2 7/10
(2003) House of 1000 Corpses 7.5/10
(2003) Alexandra’s Project 7.5/10
(2003) Scary Movie 3 8/10
As much as both horror and comedy films can succeed without actually being scary or funny, those are still some of the most important aspects. If I’m scared, it’s an effective horror film and the same goes for comedies. Basically what I’m trying to say is that as dumb as a movie like this is, it’s so fucking funny. It also strays away from just making fun of horror with parodies of 8 Mile, which is just delightfully retarded.
(2003) Final Destination 2 7/10
(2002) The Ring 9.5/10
This was one of the scariest fucking movies I saw as a kid and it still is to this day. It also happens to be, what I consider, one of the few powerful uses of grey-scale film in existence. It's bleak, expertly paced and really just pure tension from start to finish. I love everything about this film. Gore did a fantastic job directing but I have a huge amount of respect for Ehren Kruger as well for the screenplay. The original film is iconic but frankly, this is better.
(2001) Jeepers Creepers 8/10
I’d go as far as to say this is the best demonic horror film, post 2000’s. Justin Long is a breakout star. A lot of people shit on him but his wide-eyed looks alone made this film the success it is. He was more successful in portraying fear than most modern actors.
(2001) Dagon 8.5/10
Stuart Gordon doing Lovecraft isn’t something I could ever envision as being anything but fantastic and this film confirmed that. Stuart working with David Marti this time on the visual effects; I can’t even begin to describe how excellent the body-horror is here. It’s fucking fantastic.
(2001) The Others 8/10
It’s a film to be that blends drama with horror in the fashion that tends to suit a really good haunted house film. For me personally, I felt the séance sequence is what stood to me most. It’s not the most violent, lengthy or erratic scenes I’ve seen of its type. However, its reveal and overall fluidity is something that just came off very eerie and hopeless.
(2000) Final Destination 7.5/10
(1999) Sleepy Hallow 7.5/10
(1998) Disturbing Behavior 7.5/20
(1997) Event Horizon 7.5/10
(1996) Scream 9.5/10
Scream just may be the best meta-horror film ever made. It’s so special to me and was probably the film that sparked my fascination with horror. I watched it the year after it came out, at 8-years old, alone in my dark basement. I shut it off after the opening scene with Drew Barrymore and never saw the rest until years later. However, if I had just stuck with it, it actually evolves into this darkly funny, poignant statement on slasher films. I could talk about a ton of performances but Matthew Lillard blows me the fuck away every time I watch this movie. I literally get chills during the climax seeing him become and own this fucking character. He’s just incredible.
(1994) Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein 9/10
Absolutely, hands down the best modern Frankenstein movie I’ve ever seen. Robert De Niro brought life to a character that was fucking meant to have life. It’s one of the most entertaining, gothic interpretations of the original story.
(1992) Army of Darkness 7.5/10
(1991) Sometimes They Come Back 8/10
This is a simple story by King standards but I think it was incredibly effective. It's childhood based and emotionally impactive. It incites bravery with acceptance and mostly, just makes me want to hug my younger brothers.
(1991) The Silence of the Lambs 9.5/10
This film is a model in dialogue-driven horror and both Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster are incredible in it. I only say dialogue-driven horror because while the film does stand out in blatant, suspenseful, scary moments; it's the conversations between Clarice and Dr. Lecter that make it so memorable. It just adds this timeless psychological horror element that helps establish it as a classic in my eyes.
(1990) Gremlins 2: The New Batch 7.5/10
(1990) Tales from the Darkside: The Movie 7.5/10
(1989) The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover 9/10
This film is so exceptionally cruel. Even when there’s a clear bad guy it seems as if everyone is fighting to get to the bottom. It’s unapologetic, violent, with dynamic characters that thrive on hedonistic impulses. Visually, it’s remarkable. You would think it’s a Giallo film before you heard people speaking non-dubbed English. I’m not just speaking aesthetically too but every color choice and wardrobe decision seems fully intertwined with the film’s central message.
(1989) Intruder 7.5/10
(1988) Following 8/10
Following is actually Nolan’s debut film and seeing that he’s one of my favorite directors, I’m almost mad it took me this long to see it. Shot in black and white, this super low-budget crime-noir, psychological thriller is an incredible feat in storytelling and sets the tone for Nolan as a career director. It features his classic non-linear plot as well as really being a character driven film. For a big-budget director, it’s almost heartwarming to know that he could accomplish something like this on almost nothing. It’s reminiscent of Man Bites Dog and Hitchcock films but very much stylistically, and most importantly, Nolan himself.
(1988) Brain Damage 7/10
(1988) Halloween 4: The Return 7/10
(1988) Beetlejuice 9/10
This film is, head-to-toe, one of Burton’s strangest films to date. Not only is it just a strange original story but the production and overall execution is absolutely insane.
(1987) Evil Dead 2 8.5/10
Just from a technical perspective, everything is so fucking impressive. It’s all basically hand-done, practical effects and the camera work is just remarkable. The film leans more towards the humor side of the series but it does so both intentionally and gracefully.I adore this movie, it’s on par with the original. I don’t think I can necessarily rate it the same from an analytical perspective but from an enjoyment perspective, hell-fucking-yeah dude.
(1987) Angel Heart 8/10
Mickey Rourke is incredible here and it’s simply a satanic, thriller epic. There’s not a huge twist per-say but the entire film slowly reveals something horrible about the main characters.
(1985) Re-Animator 8/10
It’s probably one of the goriest movies of the decade but it’s also endearing in its humor. Don’t get me wrong, it’s brutal. It’s ultra-violent, perversely sexual even but the way fans revere it is what makes it so special.
(1985) Day of the Dead 7.5/10
(1984) Gremlins 7/10
(1983) Cujo 7/10
(1982) Cat People 9/10
I love the original film to death but I couldn’t be more satisfied with the direction this pseudo-remake went in. It’s less of a psychological thriller and more of an erotic, body-horror fever dream. Also features a great score by Giorgio Moroder, as well as an excellent theme song by Bowie.
(1982) Poltergeist 8.5/10
Sans maybe one scene of CGI, this is one of the 80’s best displays of practical effects. I sometimes don’t even think of Tobe Hooper as an elite director until I watch his films and instantly I’m clicked into the magic. I just love how the characters are rough around the edges. The parents smoking weed together and playing around is endearing and humanizing. Humor is strewn throughout very naturally to make the film more fun.
(1981) The House by the Cemetery 8.5/10
People love The Beyond but this film does a much better job at devolving into that hellish landscape from a simplistic approach. The gore is unreal and coupled with his absolute best camera work to date, I can’t see it as anything but his masterpiece.
(1980) Cannibal Holocaust 7.5/10
(1979) Apocalypse Now 9/10
It’s a long film and the scale, especially in certain combat scenes is just fucking huge. I mean the actual production itself, the budget, the scope of this fucking movie is massive. The entire time I was struggling to really understand the narrative, what the actual goal was but really, that confusion was intentional. This is Coppola’s profound statement on the pointlessness, and specifically so, of the Vietnam War. It’s an incredible film and a must watch.
(1977) The Hills Have Eyes 7/10
(1976) Carrie 8.5/10
This film was fantastic. I love Sissy Spacek, she just really embodies this role and it’s one of those performances that I couldn’t see anyone else playing.
(1973) Don’t Look Now 8/10
I felt this film was a great study into ambiguous filmmaking vs overt horror, really relying on the former. There’s tons of fantastic performances suggesting a really sinister narrative, all leading up to a decently insane finale.
(1972) Raw Meat 7/10
(1972) Tales from the Crypt 7.5/10
(1972) The Last House on the Left 8/10
I’ve always respected Wes Craven immensely for both influencing the genre as a whole and also, always having fun with making the films he wanted to make. This film forgoes a lot of traditional horror filmmaking and just filmmaking in general. It doesn’t attempt to conceal anything to build tension. Quite frankly, it has the restraint of a snuff film. That style, berthed a whole new generation of exploitation horror movies.
(1953) The House of Wax 7.5/10
(1953) The White Reindeer 7/10
(1950) Sunset Boulevard 9/10
It totally brings a smile to my face to say this this is, yet again, another film that had to inspire David Lynch. It’s certainly film-noir but the melodrama itself is so creepily in-tune with the struggles of Hollywood actors and actresses.
(1949) The Queen of Spades 7.5/10
(1947) Black Narcissus 9/10
This film is absolutely breathtaking. For anyone who’s ever considered technicolor to look fake, blown-out and oversaturated, this is a shining example of it done right. It’s an entirely created set with gorgeous artwork. It’s not just in how it’s looks from an artistic standpoint but even on a technical level, Powell was able to blow up a studio space with fantastic, wide-panning shots. There is not a better looking film out of this decade.
(1946) Bedlam 7/10
(1942) Cat People 8.5/10
I actually consider this film to be one of the best early psychological-horror films. Masquerading as a b-movie of sorts, I surprisingly found a lot of depth in it. Simone Simon is a fantastic lead and even with the short runtime, I came to understand her character rather quickly. Tons of anxiety as well as repressed sexuality sort of hone her into this timid and frightened woman who brings her own fears to life.
(1938) They Drive by Night 8/10
This is a great fucking movie that totally embodies crime-noir. It reminds me a ton of early Hitchcock and for the 30’s, the narrative is spectacularly clean.
(1937) Song at Midnight 7/10
(1914) The Egyptian Mummy no rating/10 (just a cool slapstick early short)
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2019.03.30 18:23 ChiBears_Mod CHIBears 2019 Off Season Tracker Megathread

Here's your CHIBears 2019 off-season tracker thread, which will feature ongoing updates of team activities, player transactions, training camp, and more. Feel free to drop any major news you come across here and we'll add it below as we ramp up for the 100th season of the NFL and your Chicago Bears!
2018 Recap, provided by our very own u/emperos:
32 Teams/32 Days: The Chicago Bears
Check out NFCN to discuss activity within the division, including the NFCN Free Agency Tracker
Latest update: September 1st
  • Updated final roster w/ practice squad
Important Off-Season Milestones
Date Event
Mar 5 Deadline to designate Franchise/Transition Tags
Mar 13 2019 League Year Begins
Mar 24 - 27 Annual Owner's Meeting
Apr 15 Teams may begin OTAs
Apr 19 Deadline for tendered RFAs to sign contract offers
Apr 25 - 27 2019 NFL Draft
Early May Rookie Minicamps
May 20 Monday Funday
Late May - Early June OTA Offseason Workouts
Mid July Training Camp Begins
Aug 1 Hall of Fame Game
Aug 31 53-man roster cutdown deadline
100 Days, 100 Plays - A countdown to start of the Bears' 100th season, with a catalog of famous plays and players.
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Final 53 Man Roster / Depth Chart
Taken from ChicagoBears.com
Position Starter Backup Bench Bench
OFFENSE
QB Mitchell Trubisky Chase Daniel
RB Tarik Cohen Mike Davis David Montgomery Kerrith Whyte Jr
WR Allen Robinson Javon Wims
WR Taylor Gabriel Riley Ridley
WR Anthony Miller Cordarrelle Patterson
TE Trey Burton Adam Shaheen Ben Braunecker Bradley Sowell
LT Charles Leno Jr Cornelius Lucas
LG Cody Whitehair
C James Daniels Ted Larsen
RG Kyle Long Ted Larsen
RT Bobby Massie Rashaad Coward
DEFENSE
DT Akiem Hicks Roy Robertson-Harris
NT Eddie Goldman Nick Williams
DE Bilal Nichols Abdullah Anderson
OLB Khalil Mack Isaiah Irving
ILB Danny Trevathan Nick Kwiatkoski Josh Woods
ILB Roquan Smith Joel Iyiegbuniwe Keving Pierre-Louis
OLB Leonard Floyd Aaron Lynch
CB Kyle Fuller Buster Skrine Duke Shelley
CB Prince Amukamara Kevin Toliver II
S1 Eddie Jackson Deandre Houston-Carson Sherrick McManis
S2 Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix Deon Bush
SPECIAL TEAMS
K Eddy Pineiro
P Pat O'Donnell
LS Patrick Scales
KR Cordarrelle Patterson Anthony Miller
PR Tarik Cohen Eddie Jackson Duke Shelley
Practice Squad
OL Alex Bars
OL Sam Mustipher
RB Ryan Nall
WR Thomas Ives
CB Stephen Denmark
CB Michael Joseph
DL Jonathan Harris
Placed on IR
OL Blake Blackmar
TE Dax Raymond
Chicago Free Agents
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Player Transactions
Player Pos Action Notes
OFFENSE
Kyle Long G Restructured Cleared 2.9M
Ted Larsen OL From Dolphins 1y930k
TJ Clemmings OT From Vikings 1y805k
Jordan Howard RB Traded to Eagles 2020 Cond. 6th
Mike Davis RB From Seahawks 2yrs/6M
Dion Sims TE Released 333k Dead Cap
Marvin Hall WR From Falcons 1y645K
Cordarrelle Patterson WR From Patriots 2yrs/10M
DEFENSE
Buster Skrine CB From Jets 3yrs/16.5M
Eddie Goldman DT Restructured Cleared 2.25M
Kevin Pierre-Louis LB From Jets 1yTBD
Sam Acho OLB Released 250k Dead Cap
Khalil Mack OLB Restructured Cleared 10.4M
HaHa Clinton-Dix S From Redskins 1y3.5M
SPECIAL TEAMS
Chris Blewitt K UDFA 1y495K
Elliott Fry K AAF 3yTBD
Cody Parkey K June 1st Cut 4.1M Dead Cap
Eddy Pineiro K Traded from Raiders 2021 Cond. 7th

Player Pos Signed by Contract
OFFENSE
Michael Burton FB Saints TBD
Rashaad Coward OL Bears 1y645K
Eric Kush OL Browns 2yrs/3.75M
Bryan Witzmann OL Browns 1y920k
Bobbie Massie OT Bears 4yrs/30.8M
Tyler Bray QB Bears 1y645K
Benny Cunningham RB Jaguars 1y735k
Zach Miller TE Bears 1y645k
Ben Braunecker TE Bears 2yrs/2.7M
Joshua Bellamy WR Jets 2yrs/7M
Kevin White WR Cardinals 1y1.5M
DEFENSE
Bryce Callahan CB Broncos 3yrs/21M
Marcus Williams CB TBD TBD
Roy Robertson-Harris DE Bears 1y645K
Nick Williams DT Bears 1y895k
Isaiah Irving OLB Bears 1y645K
Aaron Lynch OLB Bears 1y1.45M
Adrian Amos S Packers 4yrs/37M
DeAndre Houston-Carson S Bears 1y770k
SPECIAL TEAMS
Patrick Scales LS Bears 1y810k
Pat O'Donnell P Bears 2yrs/3.5M
Estimated current cap space for 2019 per OTC: $16,946,375
Potential 2020 Compensatory Pick(s)
  • Round 4
Estimated Per OTC's Cancellation Chart:
CFAs Lost: 6 CFAs Gained: 4
Name Rd. APY Rank Name Rd. APY Rank
Adrian Amos 4 $8,500,000 166
Bryce Callahan 5 $7,000,000 242 Buster Skrine 6 $5,500,000 316
Josh Bellamy 7 $2,500,000 606 Cordarrelle Patterson 6 $5,000,000 343
Kevin White 7 $1,500,000 783 Mike Davis 7 $3,000,000 525
Eric Kush 7 $1,250,000 847 Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix 7 $3,000,000 523
Non-Qualifying UFAs Lost Non-Qualifying UFAs Gained
Bryan Witzmann $920,000 969
Daniel Brown $895,000 992
Benny Cunningham $805,000 1143
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DRAFT PICKS
Round Pick Overall Player Pos School
1 - [1]
2 - [2]
3 9 73[4] David Montgomery RB Iowa State
4 24 126 Riley Ridley WR Georgia
5 - [4]
6 32 205[1][4] Duke Shelley CB Kansas State
7 8 222[3] Kerrith Whyte Jr. RB FAU
- 24 238 Stephen Denmark CB Valdosta State
[1] - Chicago trades 2019 pick 1.24, 2019 pick 6.196, 2020 1st round pick, 2020 3rd round pick to Oakland for 2019 2020 2nd round pick, 2020 conditional 5th round pick, and OLB Khalil Mack
[2] - Chicago trades 2018 pick 4.105 and 2019 pick 2.60 to New England for 2018 pick 2.51
[3] - Chicago trades Deiondre' Hall to Philadelphia for 2019 pick 7.222
[4] - Chicago trades 2019 picks 3.87 and 5.162 and a 2020 4th to New England for 2019 picks 3.73 and 6.205
UNDRAFTED FREE AGENTS (UDFAs) SIGNED
Player Pos School
OFFENSE
Sam Mustipher C/G Notre Dame
Alex Bars G Notre Dame
Blake Blackmar OL Baylor
Joe Lowery OL Ohio
Marquez Tucker OT Southern Utah
Ian Bunting TE Cal
Jesper Horsted TE Princeton
Dax Raymond TE Utah State
Ellis Richardson TE Georgia Southern
Emanuel Hall WR Mizzou
Thomas Ives WR Colgate
Jordan Williams-Lambert WR Ball State
DEFENSE
Clifton Duck CB App St
Jamon Dotson DB Nevada
Doyin Jibowu DB Fort Hays State
Josh Simmons DB Limestone College
Daryle Banfield DL Brown
Jonathan Harris DL Lindenwood
Mathieu Betts EDGE Laval
Dylan Carroll EDGE Grand Valley State
Chuck Harris EDGE Buffalo
James Vaughters EDGE Stanford
Jameer Thurman LB Indiana St
Jordan Powell S Widener
SPECIAL TEAMS
John Wirtel LS Kansas
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Cut / Waived
OL Tommy Doles
OL Alex Bars
OL Joe Lowery
OL Jordan McCray
OL Sam Mustipher
OL Marquez Tucker
QB Tyler Bray
RB Josh Caldwell
RB Ryan Nall
TE Ian Bunting
TE Jesper Horsted
TE Ellis Richardson
WR Tanner Gentry
WR Marvin Hall
WR Thomas Ives
WR Jordan Williams-Lambert
WR Taquan Mizzell
WR Joe Walker
CB Stephen Denmark
CB Clifton Duck
CB John Franklin III
CB Michael Joseph
DE Jonathan Bullard
DL Jalen Dalton
DL Jonathan Harris
LB Jameer Thurman
NT Daryle Banfield
OLB Matt Betts
OLB Kylie Fitts
OLB Chuck Harris
OLB James Vaughters
S Doyin Jibowu
S Jonathon Mincy
LS John Wirtel
Draftee Visits / Workouts / Interviews
Taken mostly from walterfootball.com, players shown in Bold the team has met with multiple times, showing high interest. Players that are italicized were drafted or signed as UDFAs.
Player Pos School Connection
OFFENSE
Alex Bars G/T Notre Dame Combine
Nate Davis G Charlotte Private Visit
Shane Evans G Purdue Local Pro Day
Hjalte Froholdt G/C Arkansas Private Visit
Lamont Gaillard G Georgia East-West Shrine Game
Brandon Hitner G/T Villanova Private Visit
Maurice Simba G Concordia Pro Day
Cody Conway OT Syracuse Local Pro Day
Andre Dillard OT Washington State Senior Bowl
Matt Kaskey OT Dartmouth Local Pro Day
Sean McGuire QB Western Illinois Local Pro Day
Sam Straub QB Southern Illinois Local Pro Day
Bruce Anderson RB North Dakota State Senior Bowl
Ryquell Armstead RB Temple Private Visit / Private Workout
Antoine Connor RB Upper Iowa Local Pro Day
Myles Gaskin RB Washington Private Visit
Josh Jacobs RB Alabama Private Visit
Bryce Love RB Stanford Combine
Alexander Mattison RB Boise State Private Visit
David Montgomery RB Iowa State Private Visit
Jalin Moore RB App State Combine / Private Visit
Devine Ozigbo RB Nebraska Pro Day
Miles Sanders RB Penn St Combine / Private Visit / Private Workout
Devin Singletary RB Florida Atlantic Combine / Pro Day / Private Visit / Private Workout
Benny Snell RB Kentucky Combine / Pro Day
Lexington Thomas RB UNLV Pro Day / Private Workout
Mike Weber RB Ohio St Private Visit / Private Workout / Pro Day
Kerrith Whyte Jr. RB FAU Private Workout
Dexter Williams RB Notre Dame Senior Bowl / Private Visit
James Williams RB Washington State Combine
Trayveon Williams RB Texas A&M Private Visit / Combine / Pro Day / Private Workout
Josh Oliver TE San Jose St Private Visit
Jace Sternberger TE Texam A&M Private Visit
Nic Weishar TE Notre Dame Local Pro Day
Miles Boykin WR Notre Dame Private Visit
Emanuel Hall WR Missouri Private Visit
Thomas Ives WR Colgate Local Pro Day
Diontae Johnson WR Toledo Private Visit
Keeshan Johnson WR Fresno St Shrine Game
Terry McLaurin WR Ohio State Senior Bowl / Pro Day
Riley Ridley WR Georgia Private Visit
Justin Sumpter WR Kennesaw St Pro Day
DEFENSE
Kris Boyd CB Texas Senior Bowl
Xavier Crawford CB Central Michigan Pro Day
Mark Fields CB Clemson Private Visit
Ka'dar Hollman CB Toledo Private Visit
Julian Love CB Notre Dame Local Pro Day
Iman Marshall CB USC Private Visit
Jimmy Moreland CB James Madison Private Visit
Ryan Pulley CB Arkansas Private Visit / Pro Day
Duke Shelley CB Kansas St Private Visit
L.J. Collier DE TCU Private Visit
Byrone Cowart DE Maryland Private Workout
Tim Terrell DL Northern Colorado Private Visit
Ronheen Bingham EDGE Arkansas St Pro Day
Maxx Crosby EDGE Eastern Michigan Combine
Carl Granderson EDGE Wyoming Senior Bowl
Chuck Harris EDGE Buffalo Private Visit
Jalen Jelks EDGE Oregon Senior Bowl
Christian Miller EDGE Alabama Private Workout
Javon Muhammad EDGE MacMurray Local Pro Day
Derick Roberson EDGE Sam Houston St East-West Shrine Game / Senior Bowl
Oshane Ximines EDGE Old Dominion Senior Bowl
Malik Fountain ILB Central Michigan Local Pro Day
Rickey Neal ILB Northern Iowa Local Pro Day
Richard Olekanma ILB Toledo Local Pro Day
Ugo Amadi S Oregon Private Visit
Mike Edwards S Kentucky Pro Day
Amani Hooker S Iowa Pro Day
Sheldrick Redwine S Miami Senior Bowl
Marvel Tell III S USC Private Workout
SPECIAL TEAMS
Matt Gay K Utah Combine / Pro Day
Marc Orozco K Grambling Pro Day
Austin Seibert K Oklahoma Combine / Pro Day
Parkey Shaunfield K Southern Mississippi Private Visit
Cole Tracy K LSU Combine / Pro Day / Senior Bowl
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2019 SCHEDULE
National broadcasts noted in bold. Times listed are Central Standard Time (CST).
Wk Date Away @ Home Day Time TV
1 9/5 GB @ CHI Thursday 7:20p NBC
2 9/15 CHI @ DEN Sunday 3:25p FOX
3 9/23 CHI @ WSH Monday 7:15p ESPN
4 9/29 MIN @ CHI Sunday 3:25p CBS
5 10/6 CHI @ OAK Sunday 12:00p FOX
6 BYE
7 10/20 NO @ CHI Sunday 3:25p FOX
8 10/27 LAC @ CHI Sunday 12:00p FOX
9 11/3 CHI @ PHI Sunday 12:00p FOX
10 11/10 DET @ CHI Sunday 12:00p CBS
11 11/17 CHI @ LAR Sunday 7:20p NBC
12 11/24 NYG @ CHI Sunday 12:00p FOX
13 11/28 CHI @ DET Thursday 11:30a FOX
14 12/5 DAL @ CHI Thursday 7:20p FOX
15 12/15 CHI @ GB Sunday 12:00p FOX
16 12/22 KC @ CHI Sunday 7:20p NBC
17 12/29 CHI @ MIN Sunday 12:00p FOX
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2018.12.30 16:30 nextzero182 My Favorite Horror Films From Every Year (2018-1895)

(2018) The House That Jack Built
In my mind, this is Lars Von Trier's masterpiece and Matt Dillon's best performance to date. It's hands down the most fun, engaging, darkly humorous, disturbing, bleak and creative film I've seen this year.
Runners-up: Annihilation, Apostle, The Bad Seed, Summer of 84, Mandy, Upgrade, Calibre, Hereditary, A Quiet Place, Bird Box
(2017) Mother!
Mother! is an incredibly conscientious statement on the nature of humanity, steeped in religious allegory. The last 30 min or so makes up for any weariness over the pacing. It’s one of the most intense, impressive sequences I’ve seen in a horror film in the last decade. The absolute perfect icing on the cake for what is such a masterful dip into surrealism.
Runners-up: Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil, The Endless, You Were Never Really Here, The Ritual, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Creep 2, Brawl in Cell Block 99, It, It Comes at Night, Get Out
(2016) The Wailing
The photography direction and cinematography are astounding. I could pause the movie at any given moment and marvel at an iconic photograph. This film had me guessing up until the very last moments. It’s exactly what I crave, an unapologetically evil entry into horror cinema.
Runners-up: Better Watch Out, Boys in the Trees, We are the Flesh, ‘Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl’, Here Alone, The Girl with all the Gifts, Raw, Nocturnal Animals, A Dark Song, The Void, Split, Train to Busan, Arrival, The Eyes of My Mother, Blair Witch, The Good Neighbor, Don’t Breathe, Phantasm: Ravager, Swiss Army Man, Before I Wake, The Shallows, In the Deep
(2015) The Witch
I really think it focused on expressing the idea of evil being a completely separate entity from god and that the characters in the film can do fuck-all about it. The incredible struggle that every single character is going through in this film is palpable in literally every shot. It’s astounding how well Robert Eggers was able to get this exposition across with such little dialogue.
Runners-up: Tale of Tales, The Gift, The Devil’s Candy, I Am a Hero, The Lure, Evolution, Hell House LLC, Landmine Goes Click, Green Room, The Visit, The Final Girls
(2014) Alleluia
It’s a gritty tale of heartbreak, loneliness, jealousy, greed and obsession. It’s just fucking real; the kills feel impulsive and impactful. It’s also shot in this dirty format where both killer’s (the woman’s more so) physical appearances degrade as the film progresses.
Runners-up: It Follows, Zombeavers, Interior, Backcountry, Dig Two Graves, The Taking of Deborah Logan, A Girl Who Walks Home Alone at Night, What We Do in the Shadows, The Voices, The Town that Dreaded Sundown, Wolfcop, Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead, Creep, The Babadook, Tusk
(2013) The Conjuring
One of the most established and refined supernatural horror films ever made. James Wan’s style is immortalized here and would go on to be imitated by dozens of other horror filmmakers.
Runners-up: Insidious: Chapter 2, Pee Mak, The Sacrament, Escape from Tomorrow, Oculus, We Are What We Are, Coherence Evil Dead
(2012) Byzantium
It’s really a tale of romance, even just the way it feels. There’s moving Beethoven piano music flooding a sort of neo-gothic atmosphere which, by the way, intertwined perfectly with the flashbacks throughout the film. It’s inevitable that a vampire movie would be grounded in classic elements of the sub-genre but Byzantium manages to push in its own direction, inspiring a surprising amount of mystery.
Runners-up: The Battery, Antiviral, Cosmopolis, The Collection, Resolution, The Conspiracy, Chained
(2011) Sleep Tight
Luis Tosar puts on a sickeningly realistic performance that boasts up an already incredible script. His character is this unstable complex mess of depression, sadism and sociopathy. He’s the world’s worst nightmare, hiding in plain sight.
Runners-up: Scream 4, Take Shelter, Guilty of Romance, The Innkeepers, The Woman, Detention, The Rite, You’re Next, Kill List
(2010) I Saw the Devil
Jee-Woon Kim makes actions feel loud and crisp. Both the villain and our protagonist are powerful in their own right. It’s both intensified but also remarkably realistic. I get that that’s a paradox of sorts but I just mean, it’s just not what audiences are used to seeing. There’s not too much left to the imagination with this one in terms of the violent sequences.
Runners-up: Insidious, Trust, Trollhunter, Dream Home, Helldriver, The Crazies, Dagon
(2009) Dogtooth
Yorgos Lanthimos’s filmmaking style is darkly calculated with deadpan cinematography and tip-toeing dialogue thats minimalism only adds to its strangeness. I haven’t been made this uncomfortable by a film since Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom. Dogtooth offers a difficult, albeit alluring glimpse into a world of isolationism, abuse, violence and psychopathy.
Runner ups: The Forbidden Door, [REC] 2, The Collector, The Fourth Kind, Orphan, Drag Me to Hell, the House of the Devil, Antichrist
(2008) Let the Right One In
I absolutely love this film. I think it’s the pinnacle of modern horror and modern vampire film. The way this film deals with both sexuality and immortality is genius. It’s a rotten dichotomy between pedophilia and loneliness that ends up being darker than the actual violence.
Runners-up: Cloverfield, The Strangers, Quarantine, Four Nights with Anna, Pontypool, Vinyan, Surveillance, Eden Lake, Martyrs
(2007) 1408
1408 captures the magic of The Twilight Zone and blends it expertly into the most horrific supernatural waterboarding experience.
Runners-up: 28 Weeks Later, The Orphanage, Hansel and Gretel, Funny Games, Resident Evil: Extinction, The Girl Next Door, Trick r’ Treat, Paranormal Activity, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
(2006) Inland Empire
Inland Empire is the most ambitious conceptual interpretation of Hollywood and film making that I have ever or could ever conceive. It challenged my mind for three consecutive hours and reinvented the way I interpret his films.
Runners-up: Fido, Sheitan, Severance
(2005) Strange Circus
Strange Circus fills all my horror holes of morbid depravity and in a miraculously graceful fashion. Much like Suicide Club, it presents itself in a gorgeously grainy, bleak fashion that draws special attention to the moments of bold color. It’s also super fucked up, in a great way.
Runners-up: John Carpenter’s Cigarette Burns, Noriko’s Dinner Table, The Call of Cthulhu, A History of Violence, Lady Vengeance, Funky Forest: The First Contact, Haze, The Skeleton Key, The Decent
(2004) Shaun of the Dead
This movie is just wonderful. I find it hilarious on a personal level but also so intelligently funny that it could go down as one of the greatest horror-comedies of all time. Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have an undeniable chemistry and just simply make an entire new breed of film-style. It's dry, whimsical, crass, darkly funny and wholesomely endearing.
Runners-up: The Phantom of the Opera, Shutter, Dumplings, Three Extremes, Calvaire, Saw
(2003) Oldboy
Everything about this film is exceptional. It looks fantastic, the acting is fantastic and Chan-wook Park wrote an incredible story. I think when you try and sell a revenge movie to someone, it can imply some degree of formulaic filmmaking but Park’s films are anything but. This one had me guessing up until the very last minute.
Runners-up: Dead End, Open Water, Willard, Identity, Jug Face, High Tension, Dark Water, A Tale of Two Sisters, Gozu
(2002) The Ring
The Ring is a terrifying film that relies on an unstoppable force. It utilizes one of the few shining examples of a successful grey-scale and manages to convey a horrifying sense of bleakness and helplessness. It’s better than the original.
Runners-up: 28 Days Later, Blade 2, May, Dog Soldiers, Resident Evil, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, In My Skin, The Eye, Irreversible
(2001) Pulse
How a horror movie can make ghosts infiltrating our world through the internet not stupid is beyond me but everything here just worked. For 2001, the visual effects for the ghosts are perfect and don’t steal the spotlight away from the emotionally driven horror that makes this project successful. I’ve yet to be more moved by a horror film, this one absolutely broke me.
Runners-up: The Devil’s Backbone, Frailty, Suicide Club, Visitor Q, Ichi the Killer, Trouble Every Day
(2000) American Psycho
You won’t see a much better performance by Christian Bale; he’s top notch, however, the success is owed to everyone involved. It’s an excellent script, written from excellent source material and expertly directed by Mary Harron. This film is pure genius and it’s well worth noting that even if you’re not viewing the film under a super-critical lens, it’s highly entertaining.
Runners-up: Fail Safe, Ginger Snaps
(1999) The Sixth Sense
I can’t praise this movie enough. It’s dark, depressing and only offers the humblest of reprieve in the end; much like what many of the films characters go through. This is M. Night’s masterpiece.
Runners-up: Arlington Road, The Blair Witch Project, Nang Nak, Idle Hands, Audition, eXistenZ
(1998) Ringu
This is a benchmark in atmospheric horror and a film that spawned an entire generation of psionic horror films. It’s dark and heartbreaking.
Runners-up: Blade, Bride of Chucky, Phantasm IV: Oblivion, The Faculty
(1997) Lost Highway
This film is about how powerful the human mind is and how we cope with intense guilt, fear and regret. Specifically, in this instance, the compartmentalization of murder. Although that all seems inherently negative, especially in the context of the movie, it’s really just about confronting your issues; even if that means accepting your punishment.
Runners-up: The Devil’s Advocate, Funny Games, Alien: Resurrection, The Cure, Cube
(1996) Crash
There’s definitely a ton of homosexuality and bi-sexuality but I really believe the central nature of this fetish to be less about specific sexes and more so about the danger; the scarred flesh. It’s a really extreme film, I can’t say it’s something to be enjoyed, mostly just appreciated. It’s highly pornographic but substantial in its execution.
Runners-up: Ebola Syndrome, Naked Blood: Magyaku, From Dusk Till Dawn
(1995) The Addiction
This was Abel Ferrara’s extremely personal vampire film that tackled addiction and through the gritty melodramatic landscape of New York, he really sheds his skin. It’s raw and rightfully claims the best film of the year.
Runners-up: The Eternal Evil of Asia, Habit, The Day of the Beast
(1994) In the Mouth of Madness
Simply one of the best Lovecraftian films ever made. The special effects in this movie range from miniature set pieces shot up close to a full size 30-man operated partially animatronic wall of creatures. Some people will say that these 80’s style techniques hurt the production value but those people don’t know shit about shit.
Runners-up: Interview with The Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles, Cemetery Man, Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead
(1993) Return of the Living Dead 3
The entire special effects team undoubtedly got the thumbs up from Brian Yuzna on this one. It’s such a fantastic sequel to a series that seemed dedicated to devolve into ridiculousness.
Runners-up: The Eight Immortals Restaurant: The Untold Story, Necronomicon: Book of the Dead, Fire in the Sky
(1992) Man Bites Dog
One of the strangest aspects to some horror movies is their ability to make light of ultra-violent crimes like rape and murder. Man Bites Dog will actually have you laughing out loud until you realize you’re in a kitchen watching three men rape a woman while she pleads for mercy. Whatever way you choose to digest this movie, I can guarantee you’ve never seen anything quite like it before.
Runners-up: Ghostwatch
(1991) Naked Lunch
This movie is all about strangeness and attention to detail while sifting through the chaos. I don’t really get too much pretentious metaphorical material out of it but every scene does seem to be purposeful in telling a separate side of the story. There’s certainly a huge aspect to the plot that revolves around what actually is or isn’t happening.
Runners-up: Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky, The Addams Family
(1990) Der Todeskin: The Death King
While often wavering between the blunt, literal message and depressive expressionism, Der Todesking manages to feel all too real. It’s one of the best arthouse-style horror films I’ve seen to date.
Runners up: It, Misery, Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, Jacob’s Ladder, Gremlins 2: The New Batch
(1989) Santa Sangre
Easily the most impressive aspect of this film is the ventriloquism inspired acting. It starts out as a goofy aspect of the plot, something that doesn’t really necessarily grab you. However, by the end of the film, it’s molded into this beautiful, creepy display of possession.
Runners-up: The ‘Burbs, Ghostbusters 2, The Woman in Black, Bride of the Re-Animator, Society
(1988) The Vanishing
The Vanishing is an absolutely raw tale of abduction, almost like a Norman Rockwell imagining of an American’s European vacation turned horror story. It takes this incredibly simplistic but underlying dynamic approach to horror that’s as refreshing as it is captivating.
Runners-up: Child’s Play, Dead Ringers, Men Behind the Sun, Pumpkinhead, Pin, Phantasm II
(1987) Prince of Darkness
I absolutely love John Carpenter and this one is right up there with some of his best. While the setup can initially seem overly ambitious, it quickly finds its familiar identity as a gruesome, body horror epic.
Runners-up: Hellraiser, Creepshow 2, Near Dark, A Nightmare on Elm Street: Dream Warriors, The Witches of Eastwick, Anguish, Evil Dead 2
(1986) In a Glass Cage
It’s an incredible movie about consequence and revenge that’s told in a manor that I think bewildered reviewers for years. It blurs the lines between right and wrong, willing to sacrifice lives in the process of condemning an extraordinary evil. The specific breed of revenge, as portrayed in this film, isn’t noble but rather an inevitable product of abuse. If you think you can stomach it, I can’t recommend this enough.
Runners-up: Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, The Fly, The Hitcher, Blue Velvet, Night of the Creeps, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, From Beyond
(1985) Come and See
Come and See is a raw and sobering look at WW2 from the Soviet perspective. It’s one of the least “Hollywood” war movies I’ve ever seen. Some of the scenes towards the end were truly gut wrenching and will most likely stick with me for quite some time.
Runners-up: Lifeforce, Silver Bullet, Fright Night, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, The Return of the Living Dead, Re-Animator, Day of the Dead
(1984) A Nightmare on Elm Street
This felt like a first glimpse into Wes Craven’s mind and the last glimpse into my well-rested sleep. It’s creative, vile and fucking scary.
Runners-up: Poison for the Fairies, Countdown to Looking Glass, Threads
(1983) Videodrome
Videodrome is a fucking trip and it’s an incredible feat of psychological horror while also being a visually horrific movie.
Runners-up: Something Wicked This Way Comes, Angst, The Day After, Special Bulletin, The Boxer’s Omen, Eyes of Fire, Christine, The Dead Zone, Cujo
(1982) The Thing
It’s one of the best sci-fi body-horror films ever made and the fact that no one is steeping up to say otherwise should be a clue.
Runner-up: Creepshow
(1981) The Evil Dead
I’ve wracked my brain trying to think of a good description. This is one of the most incredible horror films ever made. It manipulated both the body and time itself to establish such a pure horror environment.
Runners-up: The Howling, Halloween II, Dark Night of the Scarecrow, Ms. 45, An American Werewolf in London
(1980) The Shining
Absolute perfection. This is such an enthralling psychological horror film.
Runners-up: Inferno, Hex, Altered States
(1979) Alien
A classic and possibly the best creature film ever produced. There hasn’t ever been a better blend of sci-fi and horror.
Runners-up: Salem’s Lot, The Driller Killer, The Brood, Zombie
(1978) Invasion of the Body Snatchers
I love this fucking movie with all my heart, it’s seriously one of the best alien invasion movies I’ve ever seen.
Runners-up: Beauty and the Beast, The Shout, Magic, Halloween
(1977) Suspiria
Its psychedelic, pastel, fun-house atmosphere, coupled with a fantastic score lend a benchmark aesthetic for Italian horror and well, horror in general. Many have tried to emulate it and most have failed.
(1976) God Told Me To
Cohen takes all this religious subtlety and blows it all up for the finale into a very Cronenberg-style conclusion. Despite all the veils seemingly being lifted at once, I still found myself unsure of what to think during some of those pivotal scenes. After the credits rolled, I was damn sure I was into it.
Runner-up: The Tenant, Carrie
(1975) Jaws
This movie actually made people scared to go in the water. It’s almost difficult to think of a more impactful film off the top of my head.
Runners-up: Deep Red, Shivers
(1974) The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue
This is a sleeper zombie hit and one of the best looking films from the 70’s.
Runner-up: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
(1973) The Exorcist
William Friedkin takes the time to let the characters accept their reality in a realistic manner. It’s a technique that creates a very human aspect to them and watching the mother and the priest break down actually becomes as horrific as anything else here.
Runners-up: The Legend of Hell House, The Wicker Man
(1972) Images
Robert Altman’s Images is an exhibition into how to fully encapsulate an idea within the confines of a visually and sonically refined film. You could throw away the plot entirely and I’d still tell you this is one of the best looking films, period.
Runners-up: Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key, Morgiana, What Have You Done to Solange?, Don’t Torture a Duckling
(1971) The Devils
It’s tough to tell how accurate of a representation The Devils is of what actually occurred in Loudun, France back then but either way, it seems eye-opening. It’s a very powerful film, I really enjoyed this one.
Runners-up: THX 1138, The Abominable Dr. Phibes, Short Night of Glass Dolls, The Cat o’ Nine Tails, Blade the Ripper, Malpertuis, A Bay of Blood
(1970) Valerie and Her Week of Wonders
I would absolutely consider this a coming-of-age film and they balanced the horror and whimsical elements perfectly. For that reason alone, I don’t believe I’ve seen any other film quite like this. With a tantalizing soundtrack and colorful visuals, I really felt transported into this strange new world.
Runner-up: The House That Screamed
(1969) Horrors of Malformed Men
I’ve never been so confused only to have everything wrap up so emotionally that the vision and artistic direction became so clear. I don’t want to ruin anything so I’ll just leave the teaser as, this film might be among the strangest Japanese horror films I’ve seen to date.
Runners-up: Cremator, One on Top of the Other
(1968) Hour of the Wolf
Hour of the Wolf is a top to bottom, beautifully produced psychological, surrealist nightmare.
Runners-up: Kuroneko, Rosemary’s Baby, Night of the Living Dead
(1967) Viy
This is the first and possibly only soviet horror film. For the resources they had, everything looks amazing. It’s an incredibly fluid experience that takes zero time before jumping straight into the scares.
Runners-up: Wait Until Dark, ’Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told’
(1966) Persona
All of the flashing images, cuts and effects are almost unbelievably purposeful. Just 5-minutes of this films would spell pretentiousness but as a whole, it’s a masterpiece.
Runners-up: Seconds, ‘Kill Baby, Kill’, Cul-De-Sac
(1965) Repulsion
Sonically the movie thrives in the negative. When our lead actress is being raped Polanski purposely takes her voice away, really emulating the fear and helplessness in a genuinely scary way. Couple this with a claustrophobic atmosphere and we’re given a seriously trimmed up psychological horror thriller that was way ahead of its time.
Runners-up: Fists in the Pocket, Planet of the Vampires
(1964) Kwaidan
This is an anthology but rather than dissect each segment I’d rather just speak on the film as a whole. All four stories really encapsulate a sort of morbid beauty and tend to compliment on another over the course of the three-hour long movie.
Runners-up: Castle of Blood, Blood and Black Lace, The Tomb of Ligeia, The Masque of the Red Death
(1963) The Haunting
The Haunting, despite being such an influence in the horror genre in general, seems to be an incredible lesson in use of space. Architecture, ceilings and walls are constantly the focus. Wise creates a ton of claustrophobic tension and before the story even begins to evolve, you get the sense that these individuals are indeed, trapped inside this house.
Runners-up: Black Sabbath, The Birds, The Haunted Palace, Twice-Told Tales
(1962) What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
This film was fantastic. Beyond the poignant statement it makes, it’s just such a solid, performance driven thriller. I’m very surprised I’ve never heard of it before today.
Runner-up: Carnival of Souls
(1961) The Innocents
This is simply one of the most beautifully shot horror films from the early 60’s. Every frame is truly a picture and for that alone, I’d call this a must watch for horror fans.
Runners-up: Mother Joan of the Angels, Pit and the Pendulum
(1960) Psycho
There’s a scene where Norman Bates first shows real nervousness. The actor playing him, Anthony Perkins, puts on probably the most believable performance here that I’ve ever seen. It really gave me chills. If you haven’t seen this before, it just might be the first and greatest execution of a theatrical misdirection.
Runners-up: Peeping Tom, The Brides of Dracula, Village of the Damned, Jigoku, Black Sunday, Eyes Without a Face
(1959) A Bucket of Blood
This is such an awesome Corman film. It’s pure entertainment and just an excellent horror-comedy. Dick Miller is a great lead.
(1958) Horror of Dracula
Both Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee are fantastic in their roles and it’s strange to even be saying this is one of the best Dracula films at this point, after having seen so many.
(1957) Curse of the Demon
Certain aspects of the ending sequences don’t exactly age gracefully but for the most part, Curse of the Demon remains compelling and creepy.
(1956) The Bad Seed
Outstanding performances from both mothers and really just an excellent film all around. It’s probably the earliest film to tackle childhood evil in a realistic sense, without all the usual campiness.
Runner-up: Invasion of the Body Snatchers
(1955) The Night of the Hunter
The film just looks fantastic, I mean seriously, it doesn’t get much better for the era. The depth for a black and white film is incredible, especially in the backdrops. It makes for some really iconic looking scenes and those moments are probably what I’ll hold onto as time passes. The underwater shot of the car was fucking stunning.
(1954) Rear Window
This film just feels like Hitchcock flexing. He knows how to make the perfect theatrical experience in technicolor with all the hottest stars.
Runner-up: Godzilla
(1953) House of Wax
House of Wax, much like other Price films, is meant to be fun. It's definitely dark and horror focused but it's also colorful and accessible. Phyllis Kirk is also a very capable female lead.
(1952) The White Reindeer
I don't think I've ever seen a Finnish horror film before but this was great. It's super mellow but builds into this atmospheric horror-fantasy.
(1951) Strangers on a Train
This is such a fantastic crime thriller and I absolutely loved the character Bruno Antony. It added such a creepy element seeing this seemingly desperate man reveal himself to be something entirely different.
(1950) Sunset Boulevard
It totally brings a smile to my face to say this this is, yet again, another film that had to inspire David Lynch. It's certainly film-noir but the melodrama itself is so creepily in-tune with the struggles of Hollywood actors and actresses.
(1949) The Queen of Spades
Dickinson managed to capture the both literally figuratively cold vibe of imperialistic Russia and I think that's one of the main components that makes it stand out to me. It certainly is an exercise in greed but within the setting you almost adopt an understanding for our main character, however devious he may be.
(1948) Rope
Despite a very straightforward plot, I can’t help but thinking there’s a ton going on in this movie, a lot of which was way ahead of its time. It’s not just about two men attempting to get away with murder but it also introduced this widely controversial notion of lesser lives being expendable to the more powerful sector of society.
(1947) Black Narcissus
This film is absolutely breathtaking. For anyone who's ever considered technicolor to look fake, blown-out and oversaturated, this is a shining example of it done right. It's an entirely created set with gorgeous artwork. This film so elegantly says what I believe religious detractors have a hard time putting into words. There's a huge portion of the movie that's confronting sexual temptation and it's an aspect that's woven into every single frame of this film. I mean that literally.
(1946) Bedlam
This film is hugely influential and may just be the first film to explore the horrors of being accused of insanity. It also happens to be pretty diverse between horror, cruelty, meta-humor and wholesomeness.
(1945) Dead of Night
This is a clear inspiration for The Twilight Zone and just the structure alone felt way ahead of its time. It’s a nightmarish journey adapting many horror traits but really building a foundation around surrealism.
(1944) The Uninvited
The character relationships are comically whimsical and coupled with the upbeat score, I didn’t get really any “scary” vibe from it. It’s an aspect I didn’t hate though, it’s really what this film is about, the characters.
(1943) Shadow of a Doubt
Joseph Cotten’s character really stands out as the focal point of the film. Hitchcock manages to build suspense throughout the film my highlighting his presence in subtle powerful ways. Whether it be through camera framing or the subversive violent tone of his dialogue, you really feel tension whenever the man is on screen.
Runner-up: The Seventh Victim
(1942) Cat People
Simone Simon is a fantastic lead and even with the short runtime, I came to understand her character rather quickly. Tons of anxiety as well as repressed sexuality sort of hone her into this timid and frighted woman who brings her own fears to life.
(1941) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
As with any Jekyll and Hyde film, it all really hinges on the performance of the two and Spencer Tracy fucking killed this role. The first scene with him as Hyde in the bar was super creepy and also pleasantly rape-y. Is that weird to say?
Runner-up: The Wolf Man
(1940) The Invisible Man Returns
A young Vincent Price plays our perp this time and he’s excellent as always. It’s not paced exactly as intensely as the original but I enjoyed the steady decent into madness.
(1939) Son of Frankenstein
Of course there’s that 1930’s cheesy sci-fi but the film as a whole is very entertaining and the set pieces are incredible.
(1938) They Drive by Night
This is a great fucking movie that totally embodies crime-noir. It reminds me a ton of early Hitchcock and for the 30's, the narrative is spectacularly clean.
(1937) Song at Midnight
It is tedious but really, not overly so. A huge aspect of this film is character and tension building and in that regard, it really works.
(1936) The Invisible Ray
Man I love this movie. You obviously have Boris and Bela back together but it’s just such a legitimately fun sci-fi horror film. The plot is straight out of a 1950’s nuclear propaganda film which was probably the coolest aspect. With that, the effects are also fucking top-notch.
(1935) The Bride of Frankenstein
Boris Karloff is the only Monster in my mind. I would even consider this film to be family friendly as he’s the sweetest version of himself. There’s no really complex character development but The Monster is undoubtedly more self-aware which makes the entire film more engaging.
(1934) The Black Cat
When I thought of things that struck me that were worth mentioning, I actually thought of vacation-horror. Beyond all the elements of lust and innocence, I actually was struck by how much this film probably influenced destination horror films. These films excelled at taking our protagonists out of their comfort zones, before even introducing fucked up shit to the plot. It’s smart, concise and something I feel is even worth revisiting.
(1933) The Invisible Man
I’m absolutely floored by the production of this film. I went in with this preconceived expectation of the invisible man solely being portrayed wearing all the rags and shit. The effects for 1933 are very impressive.
Runner-up: King Kong
(1932) Freaks
This film was oddly charming. It was obviously filmed with the intent to make people uncomfortable. In that sense, I mean…it succeeded. It’s definitely a little fucked up, especially the 3 second shot in the final scene. For the 1930’s, that 3-second shot was definitely an “oh my holy fuck” moment.
Runners-up: The Mummy, Vampyr
(1931) M
I feel like I, myself, never realized how far back people have been recognizing mental illness. I don’t mean in the specific and complex clinical sense, but more so, just in the obvious sense, certain displays that appeal to our natural, compassionate nature. Of course, in this film you do see the antithesis of that at times but really only to highlight the importance of law, reason and justice. Absolutely fantastic film and a staple in the horror genre with really the first truly dynamic killer that comes to mind.
Runners-up: Dracula, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Frankenstein
(1930) L’Age d’Or
It’s very much one of the earliest, full-length, surrealist films and with that comes the usual loose narrative that can be hard to follow. When I say hard to follow, it’s probably because it wasn’t meant to be “followed”. I digested this film as sort of an anthology of poignant criticisms by the filmmakers and Dali.
(1929) Seven Footprints of Satan
This film is fucking insane. It’s a super surrealist spiral through satanic-based situations. It’s really indescribable. The effects and cuts are excellent. I loved the restored version I watched. I don’t even know what to say. I definitely think this inspired or at least should be mentioned as a precursor to films such as Bergman’s Hour of the Wolf.
(1928) The Man Who Laughs
Some people might not know but this film was the direct inspiration for the ultra-famous DC comics villain, The Joker. It’s pretty fucking incredible how much people took to this idea of someone being disfigured in such creatively sadistic manner. I would absolutely, especially with the role of Cesare in The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, consider Conrad Veidt to be a horror icon.
(1927) The Unknown
You know, we’re still in the silent era and it does suffer from some of the text-based storytelling that silent films hinder on. However, it’s still a really fun movie. You’ve got Lon Chaney and he’s not just a modern day novelty in this. His expressionistic performance is actually the main highlight, even more-so than Joan Crawford.
(1926) The Bat
This may be the earliest campy, funhouse-vibe horror film ever made. It offers another level to the usual protagonist/villain structure and what comes with that is a fresh sense of unpredictability.
(1925) The Phantom of the Opera
Not only does Chaney look great but the labyrinth of the Opera house is also visually stunning. I’m hesitant to call this a haunted house movie but the set itself does play a pretty large role in the horror aspects of this film. That’s all that I need to say, this one definitely deserves a watch, even just to appreciate what they were able to accomplish given the technical limitations of that time period.
(1924) Hands of Orlac
Robert Wiene is back after one of his most influential films, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. The story itself is obviously very classic. It also happens to look fantastic. The actual film quality, as it often does in this decade, lends a great aesthetic. Where it falls short is really just in the length. The plot isn’t complex enough to warrant the runtime. The score definitely helps with that, even if it was added semi-recently. Still though, the second half the film can seem to drag. It may have no lived up to my own expectations but nevertheless, I believe it’s important in horror-film history.
(1923) The Hunchback of Notre Dame
I don’t know man, I’m not really digging it. It’s just too fucking long. I mean it’s good and everything, I can give credit for what was achieved given the time it was made but straight honesty, it’s not an easy watch. Why is it on this list? Well, I still believe it to be the best horror-film that came out this year.
(1922) Nosferatu
I’ll plainly say that I was blown away by this film. For 1922 there’s a direction of horror so understood that it’s a mockery of modern day vampire movies.
(1921) Destiny
This is a pretty early film in Fritz Lang’s career and it’s also one that I’ve never heard mentioned, ever. That’s strange to me because it’s a beautiful film with breathtaking visuals. I mean breathtaking not just in the photography but the editing is simply timeless. We always talk about films being ahead of their time but I didn’t even believe some of the cropping and fading effects even existed in the silent film era. Definitely just go watch this one. I’m always upfront with how digestible silent films are and this was actually an easy watch, relatively.
(1920) The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
I’m not exactly sure of the filmmakers direct intentions but even if they made this film as a natural reflection of the current state, it really paints a frightening picture of obedience in Germany. Just as is, it’s a really creepy film both looks wise and just the way it’s paced. For a silent movie, the storyline was actually quite dynamic and it even has a very unexpected twist at the end.
(1919) Eerie Tales
This entire film is incredibly tedious and really only certain parts entertained me. With that being said though, the suicide club segment alone was really unnerving.
(1913) The Student of Prague
This is textbook original execution over original idea, which to me, probably describes 99% of modern film. It has a really warm look to the surviving film and is actually filled with some genuinely creepy moments, despite possibly being unintentional. This is probably the first German indie art film, which makes it an essential watch, even disregarding the leaps made in psychological horror here. I really like this film the more I talk about it. Also, the more I talk about it, the more I feel like it doesn’t deserve to be rated, as it has no real counterpart.
(1912) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
This one is definitely good for the time period, especially in terms of storytelling. It feels much more like a full, fleshed-out idea when compared to some of its counterparts. I appreciate it for what it is.
(1910) Frankenstein
A ton of people don’t know that this is actually the first interpretation of Mary Shelley’s novel in film. The surviving film is very warm and gritty. I love the effects here and it’s such a big name in horror that I’m not going to try and sell it. I will say though, the effects from the creation scene remind me a ton of Hellraiser.
(1909) The Sealed Room
This is really just such a classic tale of jealousy and infidelity. It’s a dark fantasy that plays out the most extreme aspects of human emotion. More importantly, it’s the earliest silent film I’ve seen that uses text screens for dialogue and exposition. It’s important.
(1907) Satan at Play
This Spanish horror is a festival of effects and one of the strangest and cruelest films of the early 19th century. I’ve never seen anything like it and it may just be my favorite early horror film of all time.
(1906) The 400 Tricks of the Devil
This is a fantasy-horror epic and the set design is just super immersive and impressive for the era. I didn’t really pull any ultra deep meaning from it but it’s visually quite the feat.
(1905) The Black Imp
This short is very slapstick but honestly so well-executed and entertaining. It’s The Conjuring meets Abbott and Costello.
(1903) The Monster
This short is an incredible exercise in special effects. I absolutely adore it. The ending is also completely fucked.
(1902) Mephistopheles’ School of Magic
This is simple tale of greed but very entertaining. It highlights Méliès obsession with satan as well as his use of women in film.
(1901) Bluebeard
Wow. This was such a huge leap for Méliès. Its lengthier running time actually allowed for some character development and you just have so much more going on. You have the clear villain, ghosts and the manifestation of the inner-psyche. It’s truly an experience, absolutely wonderful.
(1900) Faust and Marguerite
This film is simple and in some aspects, is the first example of a director really ripping off someones style. In this case, the victim is Méliès. I’m not a huge fan, but for the previous aspect stated, it plays a semi-important role in the growing horror film industry.
(1899) The Sign of the Cross
This film is actually a pretty powerful, yet satirical portrayal of the Catholic church by Georges Méliès. It was made right in the middle of the Dreyfus affair and really seems, to me at least, like a political statement. The film from a technical level didn’t offer anything new and was mostly theatrical. However, I still see it as one of the most important shorts of this decade.
(1898) A Trip to the Moon
Georges Méliès, a director who seemingly dominated this decade, really comes into his own with this short. It shows the pure fascination with celestial objects from a fantasy-horror perspective. There’s tons of creativity with practical effects, set design and quick cuts. It’s also comedic and entertaining, which I believe to be the intended effect.
(1897) The X-Ray Fiend
The message in this short film is pretty obvious. However, just as a piece of horror film history, as well as something shot in this decade, it’s so odd and weird. Certainly an interesting gender dynamic for the time as well. The comedic aspect is definitely how they were able to pass that off.
(1895) The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots
This short is mere seconds but it’s such an important moment for horror.
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2018.12.30 15:07 nextzero182 My Favorite Films From Every Year (2018-1895)

(2018) The House That Jack Built
In my mind, this is Lars Von Trier's masterpiece and Matt Dillon's best performance to date. It's hands down the most fun, engaging, darkly humorous, disturbing, bleak and creative film I've seen this year.
Runners-up: Annihilation, Apostle, The Bad Seed, Summer of 84, Mandy, Upgrade, Calibre, Hereditary, A Quiet Place, Bird Box
(2017) Mother!
Mother! is an incredibly conscientious statement on the nature of humanity, steeped in religious allegory. The last 30 min or so makes up for any weariness over the pacing. It’s one of the most intense, impressive sequences I’ve seen in a horror film in the last decade. The absolute perfect icing on the cake for what is such a masterful dip into surrealism.
Runners-up: Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil, The Endless, You Were Never Really Here, The Ritual, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Creep 2, Brawl in Cell Block 99, It, It Comes at Night, Get Out
(2016) The Wailing
The photography direction and cinematography are astounding. I could pause the movie at any given moment and marvel at an iconic photograph. This film had me guessing up until the very last moments. It’s exactly what I crave, an unapologetically evil entry into horror cinema.
Runners-up: Better Watch Out, Boys in the Trees, We are the Flesh, ‘Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl’, Here Alone, The Girl with all the Gifts, Raw, Nocturnal Animals, A Dark Song, The Void, Split, Train to Busan, Arrival, The Eyes of My Mother, Blair Witch, The Good Neighbor, Don’t Breathe, Phantasm: Ravager, Swiss Army Man, Before I Wake, The Shallows, In the Deep
(2015) The Witch
I really think it focused on expressing the idea of evil being a completely separate entity from god and that the characters in the film can do fuck-all about it. The incredible struggle that every single character is going through in this film is palpable in literally every shot. It’s astounding how well Robert Eggers was able to get this exposition across with such little dialogue.
Runners-up: Tale of Tales, The Gift, The Devil’s Candy, I Am a Hero, The Lure, Evolution, Hell House LLC, Landmine Goes Click, Green Room, The Visit, The Final Girls
(2014) Alleluia
It’s a gritty tale of heartbreak, loneliness, jealousy, greed and obsession. It’s just fucking real; the kills feel impulsive and impactful. It’s also shot in this dirty format where both killer’s (the woman’s more so) physical appearances degrade as the film progresses.
Runners-up: It Follows, Zombeavers, Interior, Backcountry, Dig Two Graves, The Taking of Deborah Logan, A Girl Who Walks Home Alone at Night, What We Do in the Shadows, The Voices, The Town that Dreaded Sundown, Wolfcop, Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead, Creep, The Babadook, Tusk
(2013) The Conjuring
One of the most established and refined supernatural horror films ever made. James Wan’s style is immortalized here and would go on to be imitated by dozens of other horror filmmakers.
Runners-up: Insidious: Chapter 2, Pee Mak, The Sacrament, Escape from Tomorrow, Oculus, We Are What We Are, Coherence Evil Dead
(2012) Byzantium
It’s really a tale of romance, even just the way it feels. There’s moving Beethoven piano music flooding a sort of neo-gothic atmosphere which, by the way, intertwined perfectly with the flashbacks throughout the film. It’s inevitable that a vampire movie would be grounded in classic elements of the sub-genre but Byzantium manages to push in its own direction, inspiring a surprising amount of mystery.
Runners-up: The Battery, Antiviral, Cosmopolis, The Collection, Resolution, The Conspiracy, Chained
(2011) Sleep Tight
Luis Tosar puts on a sickeningly realistic performance that boasts up an already incredible script. His character is this unstable complex mess of depression, sadism and sociopathy. He’s the world’s worst nightmare, hiding in plain sight.
Runners-up: Scream 4, Take Shelter, Guilty of Romance, The Innkeepers, The Woman, Detention, The Rite, You’re Next, Kill List
(2010) I Saw the Devil
Jee-Woon Kim makes actions feel loud and crisp. Both the villain and our protagonist are powerful in their own right. It’s both intensified but also remarkably realistic. I get that that’s a paradox of sorts but I just mean, it’s just not what audiences are used to seeing. There’s not too much left to the imagination with this one in terms of the violent sequences.
Runners-up: Insidious, Trust, Trollhunter, Dream Home, Helldriver, The Crazies, Dagon
(2009) Dogtooth
Yorgos Lanthimos’s filmmaking style is darkly calculated with deadpan cinematography and tip-toeing dialogue thats minimalism only adds to its strangeness. I haven’t been made this uncomfortable by a film since Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom. Dogtooth offers a difficult, albeit alluring glimpse into a world of isolationism, abuse, violence and psychopathy.
Runner ups: The Forbidden Door, [REC] 2, The Collector, The Fourth Kind, Orphan, Drag Me to Hell, the House of the Devil, Antichrist
(2008) Let the Right One In
I absolutely love this film. I think it’s the pinnacle of modern horror and modern vampire film. The way this film deals with both sexuality and immortality is genius. It’s a rotten dichotomy between pedophilia and loneliness that ends up being darker than the actual violence.
Runners-up: Cloverfield, The Strangers, Quarantine, Four Nights with Anna, Pontypool, Vinyan, Surveillance, Eden Lake, Martyrs
(2007) 1408
1408 captures the magic of The Twilight Zone and blends it expertly into the most horrific supernatural waterboarding experience.
Runners-up: 28 Weeks Later, The Orphanage, Hansel and Gretel, Funny Games, Resident Evil: Extinction, The Girl Next Door, Trick r’ Treat, Paranormal Activity, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
(2006) Inland Empire
Inland Empire is the most ambitious conceptual interpretation of Hollywood and film making that I have ever or could ever conceive. It challenged my mind for three consecutive hours and reinvented the way I interpret his films.
Runners-up: Fido, Sheitan, Severance
(2005) Strange Circus
Strange Circus fills all my horror holes of morbid depravity and in a miraculously graceful fashion. Much like Suicide Club, it presents itself in a gorgeously grainy, bleak fashion that draws special attention to the moments of bold color. It’s also super fucked up, in a great way.
Runners-up: John Carpenter’s Cigarette Burns, Noriko’s Dinner Table, The Call of Cthulhu, A History of Violence, Lady Vengeance, Funky Forest: The First Contact, Haze, The Skeleton Key, The Decent
(2004) Shaun of the Dead
This movie is just wonderful. I find it hilarious on a personal level but also so intelligently funny that it could go down as one of the greatest horror-comedies of all time. Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost have an undeniable chemistry and just simply make an entire new breed of film-style. It's dry, whimsical, crass, darkly funny and wholesomely endearing.
Runners-up: The Phantom of the Opera, Shutter, Dumplings, Three Extremes, Calvaire, Saw
(2003) Oldboy
Everything about this film is exceptional. It looks fantastic, the acting is fantastic and Chan-wook Park wrote an incredible story. I think when you try and sell a revenge movie to someone, it can imply some degree of formulaic filmmaking but Park’s films are anything but. This one had me guessing up until the very last minute.
Runners-up: Dead End, Open Water, Willard, Identity, Jug Face, High Tension, Dark Water, A Tale of Two Sisters, Gozu
(2002) The Ring
The Ring is a terrifying film that relies on an unstoppable force. It utilizes one of the few shining examples of a successful grey-scale and manages to convey a horrifying sense of bleakness and helplessness. It’s better than the original.
Runners-up: 28 Days Later, Blade 2, May, Dog Soldiers, Resident Evil, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, In My Skin, The Eye, Irreversible
(2001) Pulse
How a horror movie can make ghosts infiltrating our world through the internet not stupid is beyond me but everything here just worked. For 2001, the visual effects for the ghosts are perfect and don’t steal the spotlight away from the emotionally driven horror that makes this project successful. I’ve yet to be more moved by a horror film, this one absolutely broke me.
Runners-up: The Devil’s Backbone, Frailty, Suicide Club, Visitor Q, Ichi the Killer, Trouble Every Day
(2000) American Psycho
You won’t see a much better performance by Christian Bale; he’s top notch, however, the success is owed to everyone involved. It’s an excellent script, written from excellent source material and expertly directed by Mary Harron. This film is pure genius and it’s well worth noting that even if you’re not viewing the film under a super-critical lens, it’s highly entertaining.
Runners-up: Fail Safe, Ginger Snaps
(1999) The Sixth Sense
I can’t praise this movie enough. It’s dark, depressing and only offers the humblest of reprieve in the end; much like what many of the films characters go through. This is M. Night’s masterpiece.
Runners-up: Arlington Road, The Blair Witch Project, Nang Nak, Idle Hands, Audition, eXistenZ
(1998) Ringu
This is a benchmark in atmospheric horror and a film that spawned an entire generation of psionic horror films. It’s dark and heartbreaking.
Runners-up: Blade, Bride of Chucky, Phantasm IV: Oblivion, The Faculty
(1997) Lost Highway
This film is about how powerful the human mind is and how we cope with intense guilt, fear and regret. Specifically, in this instance, the compartmentalization of murder. Although that all seems inherently negative, especially in the context of the movie, it’s really just about confronting your issues; even if that means accepting your punishment.
Runners-up: The Devil’s Advocate, Funny Games, Alien: Resurrection, The Cure, Cube
(1996) Crash
There’s definitely a ton of homosexuality and bi-sexuality but I really believe the central nature of this fetish to be less about specific sexes and more so about the danger; the scarred flesh. It’s a really extreme film, I can’t say it’s something to be enjoyed, mostly just appreciated. It’s highly pornographic but substantial in its execution.
Runners-up: Ebola Syndrome, Naked Blood: Magyaku, From Dusk Till Dawn
(1995) The Addiction
This was Abel Ferrara’s extremely personal vampire film that tackled addiction and through the gritty melodramatic landscape of New York, he really sheds his skin. It’s raw and rightfully claims the best film of the year.
Runners-up: The Eternal Evil of Asia, Habit, The Day of the Beast
(1994) In the Mouth of Madness
Simply one of the best Lovecraftian films ever made. The special effects in this movie range from miniature set pieces shot up close to a full size 30-man operated partially animatronic wall of creatures. Some people will say that these 80’s style techniques hurt the production value but those people don’t know shit about shit.
Runners-up: Interview with The Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles, Cemetery Man, Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead
(1993) Return of the Living Dead 3
The entire special effects team undoubtedly got the thumbs up from Brian Yuzna on this one. It’s such a fantastic sequel to a series that seemed dedicated to devolve into ridiculousness.
Runners-up: The Eight Immortals Restaurant: The Untold Story, Necronomicon: Book of the Dead, Fire in the Sky
(1992) Man Bites Dog
One of the strangest aspects to some horror movies is their ability to make light of ultra-violent crimes like rape and murder. Man Bites Dog will actually have you laughing out loud until you realize you’re in a kitchen watching three men rape a woman while she pleads for mercy. Whatever way you choose to digest this movie, I can guarantee you’ve never seen anything quite like it before.
Runners-up: Ghostwatch
(1991) Naked Lunch
This movie is all about strangeness and attention to detail while sifting through the chaos. I don’t really get too much pretentious metaphorical material out of it but every scene does seem to be purposeful in telling a separate side of the story. There’s certainly a huge aspect to the plot that revolves around what actually is or isn’t happening.
Runners-up: Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky, The Addams Family
(1990) Der Todeskin: The Death King
While often wavering between the blunt, literal message and depressive expressionism, Der Todesking manages to feel all too real. It’s one of the best arthouse-style horror films I’ve seen to date.
Runners up: It, Misery, Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, Jacob’s Ladder, Gremlins 2: The New Batch
(1989) Santa Sangre
Easily the most impressive aspect of this film is the ventriloquism inspired acting. It starts out as a goofy aspect of the plot, something that doesn’t really necessarily grab you. However, by the end of the film, it’s molded into this beautiful, creepy display of possession.
Runners-up: The ‘Burbs, Ghostbusters 2, The Woman in Black, Bride of the Re-Animator, Society
(1988) The Vanishing
The Vanishing is an absolutely raw tale of abduction, almost like a Norman Rockwell imagining of an American’s European vacation turned horror story. It takes this incredibly simplistic but underlying dynamic approach to horror that’s as refreshing as it is captivating.
Runners-up: Child’s Play, Dead Ringers, Men Behind the Sun, Pumpkinhead, Pin, Phantasm II
(1987) Prince of Darkness
I absolutely love John Carpenter and this one is right up there with some of his best. While the setup can initially seem overly ambitious, it quickly finds its familiar identity as a gruesome, body horror epic.
Runners-up: Hellraiser, Creepshow 2, Near Dark, A Nightmare on Elm Street: Dream Warriors, The Witches of Eastwick, Anguish, Evil Dead 2
(1986) In a Glass Cage
It’s an incredible movie about consequence and revenge that’s told in a manor that I think bewildered reviewers for years. It blurs the lines between right and wrong, willing to sacrifice lives in the process of condemning an extraordinary evil. The specific breed of revenge, as portrayed in this film, isn’t noble but rather an inevitable product of abuse. If you think you can stomach it, I can’t recommend this enough.
Runners-up: Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, The Fly, The Hitcher, Blue Velvet, Night of the Creeps, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, From Beyond
(1985) Come and See
Come and See is a raw and sobering look at WW2 from the Soviet perspective. It’s one of the least “Hollywood” war movies I’ve ever seen. Some of the scenes towards the end were truly gut wrenching and will most likely stick with me for quite some time.
Runners-up: Lifeforce, Silver Bullet, Fright Night, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, The Return of the Living Dead, Re-Animator, Day of the Dead
(1984) A Nightmare on Elm Street
This felt like a first glimpse into Wes Craven’s mind and the last glimpse into my well-rested sleep. It’s creative, vile and fucking scary.
Runners-up: Poison for the Fairies, Countdown to Looking Glass, Threads
(1983) Videodrome
Videodrome is a fucking trip and it’s an incredible feat of psychological horror while also being a visually horrific movie.
Runners-up: Something Wicked This Way Comes, Angst, The Day After, Special Bulletin, The Boxer’s Omen, Eyes of Fire, Christine, The Dead Zone, Cujo
(1982) The Thing
It’s one of the best sci-fi body-horror films ever made and the fact that no one is steeping up to say otherwise should be a clue.
Runner-up: Creepshow
(1981) The Evil Dead
I’ve wracked my brain trying to think of a good description. This is one of the most incredible horror films ever made. It manipulated both the body and time itself to establish such a pure horror environment.
Runners-up: The Howling, Halloween II, Dark Night of the Scarecrow, Ms. 45, An American Werewolf in London
(1980) The Shining
Absolute perfection. This is such an enthralling psychological horror film.
Runners-up: Inferno, Hex, Altered States
(1979) Alien
A classic and possibly the best creature film ever produced. There hasn’t ever been a better blend of sci-fi and horror.
Runners-up: Salem’s Lot, The Driller Killer, The Brood, Zombie
(1978) Invasion of the Body Snatchers
I love this fucking movie with all my heart, it’s seriously one of the best alien invasion movies I’ve ever seen.
Runners-up: Beauty and the Beast, The Shout, Magic, Halloween
(1977) Suspiria
Its psychedelic, pastel, fun-house atmosphere, coupled with a fantastic score lend a benchmark aesthetic for Italian horror and well, horror in general. Many have tried to emulate it and most have failed.
(1976) God Told Me To
Cohen takes all this religious subtlety and blows it all up for the finale into a very Cronenberg-style conclusion. Despite all the veils seemingly being lifted at once, I still found myself unsure of what to think during some of those pivotal scenes. After the credits rolled, I was damn sure I was into it.
Runner-up: The Tenant, Carrie
(1975) Jaws
This movie actually made people scared to go in the water. It’s almost difficult to think of a more impactful film off the top of my head.
Runners-up: Deep Red, Shivers
(1974) The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue
This is a sleeper zombie hit and one of the best looking films from the 70’s.
Runner-up: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
(1973) The Exorcist
William Friedkin takes the time to let the characters accept their reality in a realistic manner. It’s a technique that creates a very human aspect to them and watching the mother and the priest break down actually becomes as horrific as anything else here.
Runners-up: The Legend of Hell House, The Wicker Man
(1972) Images
Robert Altman’s Images is an exhibition into how to fully encapsulate an idea within the confines of a visually and sonically refined film. You could throw away the plot entirely and I’d still tell you this is one of the best looking films, period.
Runners-up: Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key, Morgiana, What Have You Done to Solange?, Don’t Torture a Duckling
(1971) The Devils
It’s tough to tell how accurate of a representation The Devils is of what actually occurred in Loudun, France back then but either way, it seems eye-opening. It’s a very powerful film, I really enjoyed this one.
Runners-up: THX 1138, The Abominable Dr. Phibes, Short Night of Glass Dolls, The Cat o’ Nine Tails, Blade the Ripper, Malpertuis, A Bay of Blood
(1970) Valerie and Her Week of Wonders
I would absolutely consider this a coming-of-age film and they balanced the horror and whimsical elements perfectly. For that reason alone, I don’t believe I’ve seen any other film quite like this. With a tantalizing soundtrack and colorful visuals, I really felt transported into this strange new world.
Runner-up: The House That Screamed
(1969) Horrors of Malformed Men
I’ve never been so confused only to have everything wrap up so emotionally that the vision and artistic direction became so clear. I don’t want to ruin anything so I’ll just leave the teaser as, this film might be among the strangest Japanese horror films I’ve seen to date.
Runners-up: Cremator, One on Top of the Other
(1968) Hour of the Wolf
Hour of the Wolf is a top to bottom, beautifully produced psychological, surrealist nightmare.
Runners-up: Kuroneko, Rosemary’s Baby, Night of the Living Dead
(1967) Viy
This is the first and possibly only soviet horror film. For the resources they had, everything looks amazing. It’s an incredibly fluid experience that takes zero time before jumping straight into the scares.
Runners-up: Wait Until Dark, ’Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told’
(1966) Persona
All of the flashing images, cuts and effects are almost unbelievably purposeful. Just 5-minutes of this films would spell pretentiousness but as a whole, it’s a masterpiece.
Runners-up: Seconds, ‘Kill Baby, Kill’, Cul-De-Sac
(1965) Repulsion
Sonically the movie thrives in the negative. When our lead actress is being raped Polanski purposely takes her voice away, really emulating the fear and helplessness in a genuinely scary way. Couple this with a claustrophobic atmosphere and we’re given a seriously trimmed up psychological horror thriller that was way ahead of its time.
Runners-up: Fists in the Pocket, Planet of the Vampires
(1964) Kwaidan
This is an anthology but rather than dissect each segment I’d rather just speak on the film as a whole. All four stories really encapsulate a sort of morbid beauty and tend to compliment on another over the course of the three-hour long movie.
Runners-up: Castle of Blood, Blood and Black Lace, The Tomb of Ligeia, The Masque of the Red Death
(1963) The Haunting
The Haunting, despite being such an influence in the horror genre in general, seems to be an incredible lesson in use of space. Architecture, ceilings and walls are constantly the focus. Wise creates a ton of claustrophobic tension and before the story even begins to evolve, you get the sense that these individuals are indeed, trapped inside this house.
Runners-up: Black Sabbath, The Birds, The Haunted Palace, Twice-Told Tales
(1962) What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
This film was fantastic. Beyond the poignant statement it makes, it’s just such a solid, performance driven thriller. I’m very surprised I’ve never heard of it before today.
Runner-up: Carnival of Souls
(1961) The Innocents
This is simply one of the most beautifully shot horror films from the early 60’s. Every frame is truly a picture and for that alone, I’d call this a must watch for horror fans.
Runners-up: Mother Joan of the Angels, Pit and the Pendulum
(1960) Psycho
There’s a scene where Norman Bates first shows real nervousness. The actor playing him, Anthony Perkins, puts on probably the most believable performance here that I’ve ever seen. It really gave me chills. If you haven’t seen this before, it just might be the first and greatest execution of a theatrical misdirection.
Runners-up: Peeping Tom, The Brides of Dracula, Village of the Damned, Jigoku, Black Sunday, Eyes Without a Face
(1959) A Bucket of Blood
This is such an awesome Corman film. It’s pure entertainment and just an excellent horror-comedy. Dick Miller is a great lead.
(1958) Horror of Dracula
Both Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee are fantastic in their roles and it’s strange to even be saying this is one of the best Dracula films at this point, after having seen so many.
(1957) Curse of the Demon
Certain aspects of the ending sequences don’t exactly age gracefully but for the most part, Curse of the Demon remains compelling and creepy.
(1956) The Bad Seed
Outstanding performances from both mothers and really just an excellent film all around. It’s probably the earliest film to tackle childhood evil in a realistic sense, without all the usual campiness.
Runner-up: Invasion of the Body Snatchers
(1955) The Night of the Hunter
The film just looks fantastic, I mean seriously, it doesn’t get much better for the era. The depth for a black and white film is incredible, especially in the backdrops. It makes for some really iconic looking scenes and those moments are probably what I’ll hold onto as time passes. The underwater shot of the car was fucking stunning.
(1954) Rear Window
This film just feels like Hitchcock flexing. He knows how to make the perfect theatrical experience in technicolor with all the hottest stars.
Runner-up: Godzilla
(1953) House of Wax
House of Wax, much like other Price films, is meant to be fun. It's definitely dark and horror focused but it's also colorful and accessible. Phyllis Kirk is also a very capable female lead.
(1952) The White Reindeer
I don't think I've ever seen a Finnish horror film before but this was great. It's super mellow but builds into this atmospheric horror-fantasy.
(1951) Strangers on a Train
This is such a fantastic crime thriller and I absolutely loved the character Bruno Antony. It added such a creepy element seeing this seemingly desperate man reveal himself to be something entirely different.
(1950) Sunset Boulevard
It totally brings a smile to my face to say this this is, yet again, another film that had to inspire David Lynch. It's certainly film-noir but the melodrama itself is so creepily in-tune with the struggles of Hollywood actors and actresses.
(1949) The Queen of Spades
Dickinson managed to capture the both literally figuratively cold vibe of imperialistic Russia and I think that's one of the main components that makes it stand out to me. It certainly is an exercise in greed but within the setting you almost adopt an understanding for our main character, however devious he may be.
(1948) Rope
Despite a very straightforward plot, I can’t help but thinking there’s a ton going on in this movie, a lot of which was way ahead of its time. It’s not just about two men attempting to get away with murder but it also introduced this widely controversial notion of lesser lives being expendable to the more powerful sector of society.
(1947) Black Narcissus
This film is absolutely breathtaking. For anyone who's ever considered technicolor to look fake, blown-out and oversaturated, this is a shining example of it done right. It's an entirely created set with gorgeous artwork. This film so elegantly says what I believe religious detractors have a hard time putting into words. There's a huge portion of the movie that's confronting sexual temptation and it's an aspect that's woven into every single frame of this film. I mean that literally.
(1946) Bedlam
This film is hugely influential and may just be the first film to explore the horrors of being accused of insanity. It also happens to be pretty diverse between horror, cruelty, meta-humor and wholesomeness.
(1945) Dead of Night
This is a clear inspiration for The Twilight Zone and just the structure alone felt way ahead of its time. It’s a nightmarish journey adapting many horror traits but really building a foundation around surrealism.
(1944) The Uninvited
The character relationships are comically whimsical and coupled with the upbeat score, I didn’t get really any “scary” vibe from it. It’s an aspect I didn’t hate though, it’s really what this film is about, the characters.
(1943) Shadow of a Doubt
Joseph Cotten’s character really stands out as the focal point of the film. Hitchcock manages to build suspense throughout the film my highlighting his presence in subtle powerful ways. Whether it be through camera framing or the subversive violent tone of his dialogue, you really feel tension whenever the man is on screen.
Runner-up: The Seventh Victim
(1942) Cat People
Simone Simon is a fantastic lead and even with the short runtime, I came to understand her character rather quickly. Tons of anxiety as well as repressed sexuality sort of hone her into this timid and frighted woman who brings her own fears to life.
(1941) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
As with any Jekyll and Hyde film, it all really hinges on the performance of the two and Spencer Tracy fucking killed this role. The first scene with him as Hyde in the bar was super creepy and also pleasantly rape-y. Is that weird to say?
Runner-up: The Wolf Man
(1940) The Invisible Man Returns
A young Vincent Price plays our perp this time and he’s excellent as always. It’s not paced exactly as intensely as the original but I enjoyed the steady decent into madness.
(1939) Son of Frankenstein
Of course there’s that 1930’s cheesy sci-fi but the film as a whole is very entertaining and the set pieces are incredible.
(1938) They Drive by Night
This is a great fucking movie that totally embodies crime-noir. It reminds me a ton of early Hitchcock and for the 30's, the narrative is spectacularly clean.
(1937) Song at Midnight
It is tedious but really, not overly so. A huge aspect of this film is character and tension building and in that regard, it really works.
(1936) The Invisible Ray
Man I love this movie. You obviously have Boris and Bela back together but it’s just such a legitimately fun sci-fi horror film. The plot is straight out of a 1950’s nuclear propaganda film which was probably the coolest aspect. With that, the effects are also fucking top-notch.
(1935) The Bride of Frankenstein
Boris Karloff is the only Monster in my mind. I would even consider this film to be family friendly as he’s the sweetest version of himself. There’s no really complex character development but The Monster is undoubtedly more self-aware which makes the entire film more engaging.
(1934) The Black Cat
When I thought of things that struck me that were worth mentioning, I actually thought of vacation-horror. Beyond all the elements of lust and innocence, I actually was struck by how much this film probably influenced destination horror films. These films excelled at taking our protagonists out of their comfort zones, before even introducing fucked up shit to the plot. It’s smart, concise and something I feel is even worth revisiting.
(1933) The Invisible Man
I’m absolutely floored by the production of this film. I went in with this preconceived expectation of the invisible man solely being portrayed wearing all the rags and shit. The effects for 1933 are very impressive.
Runner-up: King Kong
(1932) Freaks
This film was oddly charming. It was obviously filmed with the intent to make people uncomfortable. In that sense, I mean…it succeeded. It’s definitely a little fucked up, especially the 3 second shot in the final scene. For the 1930’s, that 3-second shot was definitely an “oh my holy fuck” moment.
Runners-up: The Mummy, Vampyr
(1931) M
I feel like I, myself, never realized how far back people have been recognizing mental illness. I don’t mean in the specific and complex clinical sense, but more so, just in the obvious sense, certain displays that appeal to our natural, compassionate nature. Of course, in this film you do see the antithesis of that at times but really only to highlight the importance of law, reason and justice. Absolutely fantastic film and a staple in the horror genre with really the first truly dynamic killer that comes to mind.
Runners-up: Dracula, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Frankenstein
(1930) L’Age d’Or
It’s very much one of the earliest, full-length, surrealist films and with that comes the usual loose narrative that can be hard to follow. When I say hard to follow, it’s probably because it wasn’t meant to be “followed”. I digested this film as sort of an anthology of poignant criticisms by the filmmakers and Dali.
(1929) Seven Footprints of Satan
This film is fucking insane. It’s a super surrealist spiral through satanic-based situations. It’s really indescribable. The effects and cuts are excellent. I loved the restored version I watched. I don’t even know what to say. I definitely think this inspired or at least should be mentioned as a precursor to films such as Bergman’s Hour of the Wolf.
(1928) The Man Who Laughs
Some people might not know but this film was the direct inspiration for the ultra-famous DC comics villain, The Joker. It’s pretty fucking incredible how much people took to this idea of someone being disfigured in such creatively sadistic manner. I would absolutely, especially with the role of Cesare in The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, consider Conrad Veidt to be a horror icon.
(1927) The Unknown
You know, we’re still in the silent era and it does suffer from some of the text-based storytelling that silent films hinder on. However, it’s still a really fun movie. You’ve got Lon Chaney and he’s not just a modern day novelty in this. His expressionistic performance is actually the main highlight, even more-so than Joan Crawford.
(1926) The Bat
This may be the earliest campy, funhouse-vibe horror film ever made. It offers another level to the usual protagonist/villain structure and what comes with that is a fresh sense of unpredictability.
(1925) The Phantom of the Opera
Not only does Chaney look great but the labyrinth of the Opera house is also visually stunning. I’m hesitant to call this a haunted house movie but the set itself does play a pretty large role in the horror aspects of this film. That’s all that I need to say, this one definitely deserves a watch, even just to appreciate what they were able to accomplish given the technical limitations of that time period.
(1924) Hands of Orlac
Robert Wiene is back after one of his most influential films, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. The story itself is obviously very classic. It also happens to look fantastic. The actual film quality, as it often does in this decade, lends a great aesthetic. Where it falls short is really just in the length. The plot isn’t complex enough to warrant the runtime. The score definitely helps with that, even if it was added semi-recently. Still though, the second half the film can seem to drag. It may have no lived up to my own expectations but nevertheless, I believe it’s important in horror-film history.
(1923) The Hunchback of Notre Dame
I don’t know man, I’m not really digging it. It’s just too fucking long. I mean it’s good and everything, I can give credit for what was achieved given the time it was made but straight honesty, it’s not an easy watch. Why is it on this list? Well, I still believe it to be the best horror-film that came out this year.
(1922) Nosferatu
I’ll plainly say that I was blown away by this film. For 1922 there’s a direction of horror so understood that it’s a mockery of modern day vampire movies.
(1921) Destiny
This is a pretty early film in Fritz Lang’s career and it’s also one that I’ve never heard mentioned, ever. That’s strange to me because it’s a beautiful film with breathtaking visuals. I mean breathtaking not just in the photography but the editing is simply timeless. We always talk about films being ahead of their time but I didn’t even believe some of the cropping and fading effects even existed in the silent film era. Definitely just go watch this one. I’m always upfront with how digestible silent films are and this was actually an easy watch, relatively.
(1920) The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
I’m not exactly sure of the filmmakers direct intentions but even if they made this film as a natural reflection of the current state, it really paints a frightening picture of obedience in Germany. Just as is, it’s a really creepy film both looks wise and just the way it’s paced. For a silent movie, the storyline was actually quite dynamic and it even has a very unexpected twist at the end.
(1919) Eerie Tales
This entire film is incredibly tedious and really only certain parts entertained me. With that being said though, the suicide club segment alone was really unnerving.
(1913) The Student of Prague
This is textbook original execution over original idea, which to me, probably describes 99% of modern film. It has a really warm look to the surviving film and is actually filled with some genuinely creepy moments, despite possibly being unintentional. This is probably the first German indie art film, which makes it an essential watch, even disregarding the leaps made in psychological horror here. I really like this film the more I talk about it. Also, the more I talk about it, the more I feel like it doesn’t deserve to be rated, as it has no real counterpart.
(1912) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
This one is definitely good for the time period, especially in terms of storytelling. It feels much more like a full, fleshed-out idea when compared to some of its counterparts. I appreciate it for what it is.
(1910) Frankenstein
A ton of people don’t know that this is actually the first interpretation of Mary Shelley’s novel in film. The surviving film is very warm and gritty. I love the effects here and it’s such a big name in horror that I’m not going to try and sell it. I will say though, the effects from the creation scene remind me a ton of Hellraiser.
(1909) The Sealed Room
This is really just such a classic tale of jealousy and infidelity. It’s a dark fantasy that plays out the most extreme aspects of human emotion. More importantly, it’s the earliest silent film I’ve seen that uses text screens for dialogue and exposition. It’s important.
(1907) Satan at Play
This Spanish horror is a festival of effects and one of the strangest and cruelest films of the early 19th century. I’ve never seen anything like it and it may just be my favorite early horror film of all time.
(1906) The 400 Tricks of the Devil
This is a fantasy-horror epic and the set design is just super immersive and impressive for the era. I didn’t really pull any ultra deep meaning from it but it’s visually quite the feat.
(1905) The Black Imp
This short is very slapstick but honestly so well-executed and entertaining. It’s The Conjuring meets Abbott and Costello.
(1903) The Monster
This short is an incredible exercise in special effects. I absolutely adore it. The ending is also completely fucked.
(1902) Mephistopheles’ School of Magic
This is simple tale of greed but very entertaining. It highlights Méliès obsession with satan as well as his use of women in film.
(1901) Bluebeard
Wow. This was such a huge leap for Méliès. Its lengthier running time actually allowed for some character development and you just have so much more going on. You have the clear villain, ghosts and the manifestation of the inner-psyche. It’s truly an experience, absolutely wonderful.
(1900) Faust and Marguerite
This film is simple and in some aspects, is the first example of a director really ripping off someones style. In this case, the victim is Méliès. I’m not a huge fan, but for the previous aspect stated, it plays a semi-important role in the growing horror film industry.
(1899) The Sign of the Cross
This film is actually a pretty powerful, yet satirical portrayal of the Catholic church by Georges Méliès. It was made right in the middle of the Dreyfus affair and really seems, to me at least, like a political statement. The film from a technical level didn’t offer anything new and was mostly theatrical. However, I still see it as one of the most important shorts of this decade.
(1898) A Trip to the Moon
Georges Méliès, a director who seemingly dominated this decade, really comes into his own with this short. It shows the pure fascination with celestial objects from a fantasy-horror perspective. There’s tons of creativity with practical effects, set design and quick cuts. It’s also comedic and entertaining, which I believe to be the intended effect.
(1897) The X-Ray Fiend
The message in this short film is pretty obvious. However, just as a piece of horror film history, as well as something shot in this decade, it’s so odd and weird. Certainly an interesting gender dynamic for the time as well. The comedic aspect is definitely how they were able to pass that off.
(1895) The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots
This short is mere seconds but it’s such an important moment for horror.
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