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    (#15) King Kong vs. Godzilla

    • Mie Hama, Akiko Wakabayashi, Akihiko Hirata, Haruo Nakajima, Akemi Negishi, Ichirō Arishima, Kenji Sahara, Yu Fujiki, Jun Tazaki, Senkichi Omura, Tadao Takashima, Katsumi Tezuka, Shoichi Hirose

    This one is just pure fun. This is the title fight of the giant monster battle circuit, the culmination of the entire genre. In King Kong vs. Godzilla a pharmaceutical company decides that capturing King Kong and bringing him to Japan to put on display is a good idea. Meanwhile, Godzilla escapes from a glacier that he was apparently trapped in. No matter who wins the fight, Tokyo is sure to get wrecked in the process.

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    (#2) Village of the Damned

    • George Sanders, Barbara Shelley, Michael Gwynn, Martin Stephens

    Though John Carpenter's 1995 remake left much to be desired, the original remains a great film. Telepathic children from space are all the more creepy when given British accents. These kids can take control of people and make them do whatever they want. Often what they want is murder. Using the tropes of science fiction common to the day, this story transcends the creature features of the 50s in a genuinely scary movie. Village of the Damned is definitely an intellectual horror tale with quality acting and solid cinematography.

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    (#8) The Tomb of Ligeia

    • Vincent Price, Frank Thornton, Derek Francis, Richard Vernon, Ronald Adam, Elizabeth Shepherd, John Westbrook, Oliver Johnston, Denis Gilmore, Penelope Lee, Fred Wood

    Vincent Price stars in this adaptation of the Edgar Allen Poe classic. This gothic romance centers around a widower played by Price and his new bride. All the while an eerie black cat menaces the couple. It is a tale of love and revenge from beyond the grave, and it is stylistically a very well-done film. Not surprisingly, the acting is superb in this underrated horror film.

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    (#5) Peeping Tom

    • Anna Massey, Michael Powell, Pamela Green, Miles Malleson, Michael Goodliffe, Nigel Davenport, Jack Watson, Esmond Knight, Moira Shearer, Karlheinz Böhm, Brenda Bruce, Maxine Audley, Bartlett Mullins, Columba Powell

    Part Rear Window voyeurism, part meta-level movie about movies, Peeping Tom centers around a murderous, amateur filmmaker and part time pornographer. His basic motive is to capture on film the terror in a person's eyes as they are being killed. The British film makes you think, as if the film is hinting that it knows it is being watched. Without overtly breaking the fourth wall, this film manages to leave the viewer a little uncomfortable with their own viewing tendencies. I mean, what kind of a person likes to watch these films, right?

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    (#3) The Masque of the Red Death

    • Vincent Price, Jane Asher, Hazel Court, Nigel Green, Patrick Magee, Robert Brown, Gaye Brown, Paul Whitsun-Jones, David Davies, David Weston, Verina Greenlaw, Julian Burton, Skip Martin, Brian Hewlett, Doreen Dawn

    This Vincent Price film is a masterful adaptation of the Edgar Allen Poe short story of the same name. The Masque of the Red Death centers around a despotic prince whose kingdom is gripped by the Red Death plague. The style is reminiscent of Shakespeare, with a touch of Satanism thrown in. With opulent costume parties, Satanic rituals, and a disease that makes you bleed from your pores, this film has it all.

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    (#11) Hour of the Wolf

    • Max von Sydow, Liv Ullmann, Erland Josephson, Ingrid Thulin, Georg Rydeberg, Naima Wifstrand, Gertrud Fridh, Folke Sundquist, Ulf Johanson, Gudrun Brost, Agda Helin, Mona Seilitz, Bertil Anderberg, Lenn Hjortzberg, Mikael Rundquist

    Ingmar Bergman's only horror film tells the story of an artist on the brink of madness. The Hour of the Wolf refers to the hour between night and day, and it is at this time that the protagonist tells his wife about his painful memories and repressed desires. The cinematography beautify conveys madness, directly mixing hallucination with reality. It is also complex, with layers of symbolism making it feel akin to a waking nightmare.

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Horror movies make the audience feel the excitement of supernatural forces and monsters through images or stories. The earliest horror films were heavily influenced by literature and drama. With different times and regions, the characteristics of horror movies are also different. The horror films of the 1960s gradually deviated from their interest in the supernatural and turned to scare the audience with human psychopaths.

Many talented directors emerged in the 1960s. Some of their movies are still regarded as classics in the history of horror movies. The most representative director is Alfred Hitchcock, you must have watched his movies. Check the generator, you will find random 15 obscure horror movies from the '60s and some available videos.

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