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Are classic horror movies corny or terrifying?

Halloween is near which means its time to torture yourself with scary films! Horror films like "Psycho" and "Halloween" are classics and set the tone for scary movies today. Thanks to "Psycho," we now know the shower is a prime slashing location. But horror movies of the past are infamous for their slow burn,  ketchup blood, and outdated dialogue. Are older scary movies iconic or basic? 

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"Psycho" is far from basic. According to The Guardian, "Psycho" is the scariest horror film of all time. 

The genre-defining film hit theatres in 1960 and dramatically changed the way we shower. The horror flick was in black and white, not due to a lack of technology but because the director, Alfred Hitchcock, felt it would make the film even more terrifying. (He was right). Watch the clip below. 

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Game Spot chronicled some of the corniest old school horror flicks from the '80s and '90s. These films hit all the classic horror movie cliches: bad acting, lame parties, awkward sex, and horrifying-yet-hilarious-looking creatures meant to menace moviegoers but end up inspiring laughs instead.

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