Wes Craven Movies, Ranked

Masters of Horror Wes Craven (Ranked)
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High schoolers recognize horror movie patterns in the recent deaths of other students.
Teenagers held in a mental institution become the victims of a mad man who invades nightmares and kills through them.
Haunted by a specter in her nightmares, a teenager discovers she is propagating her death curse among her friends.
A teenage girl and her friends die one by one after being tricked and tortured by an evil figure that haunts nightmares.
An amnesic teenager who fears sleep is brought to a shelter and is evaluated by mystified specialists.
A resuscitated dream demon tracks down the woman who defeated him and tampers with her pregnancy to regain his powers.
Three burglar break into a house occupied by a dangerous couple and become trapped.
After being sent to the electric chair, a serial killer uses electricity to come back from the dead.
Filmmakers rebooting a popular horror franchise find themselves endangered by a real-life manifestation of the antagonist featured in the script.
A teenager whose friends were murdered by obsessed horror movie fans suspects she is now being stalked by a copycat.
While visiting her hometown during a book tour, the surviving victim of a series of massacres suspects she is the target of a new copycat killer.
A copycat killer decimates the cast and crew of a popular horror movie based on actual events.
A teenager worries about a series of recurring nightmares in which a man threatens to possess his body.
Two teenagers are kidnapped, tortured and raped by a dysfunctional family of criminals.
Two supernatural serial killers responsible for the deaths of hundreds of teenagers fight each other for territory.
A woman is kidnapped by a stranger on a plane.
An anthropologist goes to Haiti to obtain a drug used by alchemists to turn people into zombies.
A family is attacked by irradiated cannibals in a desert.
A teenager attempts to save his dead friend by implanting robotic microchips into her brain.
Three young adults mauled by a werewolf must defeat it in order to lift their own curse.
Two teenagers looking for drugs are kidnapped and raped by a group of criminals.
National Guard trainees are stalked and killed by mutants in a desert.
A family's car breaks down in an land inhabited by violent savages.
After a laboratory incident, a scientist turned into a mutated plant monster gets his revenge on those who stole his secret formula.
A vengeful spirit invades the dreams of a group of teenagers and kills them while they sleep.
A travelling vampire must find a lover in America.
A group of friends rally to stop a digital entity from taking over the world.
A religious community is decimated by a mysterious figure.
A man returns to the location of a massacre he survived to participate in a dirt bike race.
An undead serial killer stalks seven children who were born the day he died.
A family moves to a suburban town and is coerced into joining a strange club.
A teenager suspects her cousin might be a witch.
A cryogenized man awakens accidently and without a soul.
A cop teams up with a psychic to track down a serial killer.
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?