10 Classic Horror Films That Are Still Scary

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Photo credit: Warner Bros.

Photo credit: Warner Bros.

2. The Exorcist

A film so scary that it caused people to faint in the cinemas, could only have a cut version shown on TV, and cause horror fans to have a new-found respect for priests. The Exorcist, directed by William Friedken, was a massive hit when it was released in 1973. A film so jam-packed with iconic moments (pea soup vomit, that 360 head turn and a little demon girl with a potty mouth), that it even terrified legendary film critic Roger Ebert. Ebert was astounded that the film, which was rated R, wasn’t given an X rating. To be watched alone, in a dark room, for maximum trauma.

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