High Budget Movies

High budget independent films and Hollywood films are considered A-Movies. The results are filtered using the quality rating. Only films with a quality rating of 3.5 or more are displayed. This list doesn't consider a film's budget.
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This is a list of movies ranked from the best to the worst using the sum of eight different ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, creepiness, story, creativity, acting and quality.

Horror Movie Ratings
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1980
Secluded in a remote hotel for the winter, a family is terrorized by ghosts.
1991
Two robots from a post-apocalyptic era travel back in time to alter the teenage years of an influential resistance leader.
1984
A high-maintenance creature gives birth to an army of small devils after being exposed to water.
1996
High schoolers recognize horror movie patterns in the recent deaths of other students.
1984
Three unemployed supernatural investigators start a ghost hunting business.
1990
An innocent allergic creature gives birth to a hoard of morphing monsters inside a commercial skyscraper after being exposed to water.
2018
The balance and safety of a virtual game is compromised by a corporation that will stop at nothing to win.
1986
A scientist in love gradually turns into a fly after experimenting with a teleportation method he discovered.
1987
Teenagers held in a mental institution become the victims of a mad man who invades nightmares and kills through them.
1987
A man fights demons inhabiting a remote cottage from which he cannot escape.
1988
Haunted by a specter in her nightmares, a teenager discovers she is propagating her death curse among her friends.
1985
In order to save their home from foreclosure, a group of misfits set out to find a pirate's ancient treasure.
1987
A wounded cop turned into a cyborg and programmed by a police force investigates a group of organized criminals.
1989
A family moves into a town house located near a cemetery rumored to bring back the buried to life.
1990
An injured author is held captive by a deranged fan of his.
1986
A teenage girl is given 13 hours to solve a labyrinth and rescue her baby brother who has been kidnapped by a wizard.
1990
A man goes for a virtual vacation on planet Mars as a spy.
1990
An adopted boy once the victim of a possessed doll suspects it found its way to his new foster home.
1988
A doll possessed by the ghost of a serial killer pursues a young boy in order to trade souls with him.
1984
A teenage girl and her friends die one by one after being tricked and tortured by an evil figure that haunts nightmares.

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Hauntings of the Millennium: 20 Years of Spirits

Included in this book are reviews of the 5 best haunting films for each year between 2000 and 2019, and reviews of the top 10 haunting films released in the same period. Each entry includes a picture of the antagonist, a star rating, a synopsis, and a three-paragraph review.

Checklist of Terror 2020: 33 Monsters

This book contains 33 horror movie watchlists divided by monster type: alien, animal, cannibal, child, clown, cultist, demon, doll, doppelganger, genie, ghost, giant, insect, invisible, legend, lycanthrope, mummy, mutant, otherness, parasite, plant, professional, psychic, reaper, revenant, robot, serial killer, skeleton, toy, transgender, vampire, wizard, and zombie.

The ranking is established by the sum of 8 ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, story, creativity, acting, quality, and creepiness.

The Horror Movie Bible

Included in this book are bite-size reviews of 2408 horror and horror-adjacent movies released between 1910 and 2020, listed in chronological order. Each review consists of a picture of one or multiple major antagonists, a release year, a synopsis, and five ratings called “stars”, “story”, “creativity”, “acting”, and “quality”.

Checklist of Terror 2020: 36 Subgenres

This book contains 36 horror movie watchlists divided by subgenres: apocalyptic, aquatic, beliefs, claustrocore, crime, disease, found footage, futuristic, giallo, Gothic, haunting, invasion, Lovecraftian, martial arts, monster, musical, period piece, prison, procedural, psychological, puzzle, quest, road, school, slapstick, slasher, space, sport, steampunk, superhero, time travel, torture, war, western, whodunit, and witchcraft.

The ranking is established by the sum of 8 ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, story, creativity, acting, quality, and creepiness.

Legacy of Terror 2020: Sequels, Prequels & Remakes

200 sequels, 100 remakes, and 50 prequels are reviewed in this book. The movies are ranked. Their position in each list is established by the sum of 8 types of ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, story, creativity, acting, quality, and creepiness. How many have you seen?