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The Witches of Eastwick
D: George Miller (1987) 119m


In a role seemingly cater made for Jack Nicholson, a demonic lothario moves to a New England town after three women (Cher, Susan Sarandon & Michelle Pfeiffer) conjure up his presence. The women discover their powers and a curious mix of dark comedy and horror propels the rest of the movie to its electrifying climax.





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Beetlejuice
D: Tim Burton (1988) 92m


A bizarre dark comedy about a couple who have been killed in car crash and inhabit their New England home as ghosts. Finding themselves too nice to be scary, when the new owners move in they enlist the aid of a 'bio-exorcist' to help solve their problems. Michael Keaton is menacingly scary as the incorrigible title character.





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Ghost
D: Jerry Zucker (1990) 128m


A real tearjerker that had one cinema in Mexico handing out "for women only" tissues. Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze star as impassioned lovers. Things go wrong when Swayze is rubbed out in bungled hit and has to communicate through a medium (Whoopi Goldberg). A nice mix of comedy and horror with lots of romance.





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The Crow
D: Alex Proyas (1994) 102m


The atmospherically eerie ambience of this movie probably had it on track for cult status, but star Brandon Lee's eventual death after being accidentally shot on set assured it. A rock musician rises from the dead to take revenge on the gang of miscreants that murdered him and his betrothed. A spellbinding crow leads the way. Incredibly violent, but certainly eye-catching.





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Interview With the Vampire
D: Neil Jordan (1994) 123m


Based on Anne Rice's bestselling novel, the author's original objection to Tom Cruise landing the lead was soon forgotten after she saw his outstanding performance. A vampire offers a man the chance to become a creature of the night and has to learn the ropes through an interview with his benefactor. Classy horror film.





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From Dusk till Dawn
D: Robert Rodriguez (1996) 108m


George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino play brothers who are on the run after a bloody bank heist. They hijack an RV and take the family traveling in it as hostages. They end up at the Titty Twister bar which turns out to be a refuge for vampires. Tarantino wrote the screenplay for this ultra-violent movie that had an average run at the box office before gaining cult status on DVD.





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Harry Potter Film Series [8 films]
D: David Yates, et al (2001-2011) 148m average


Based on the wildly successful J K Rowling novels, the film series kicks off when a young boy neglected by his aunt and uncle ends up pursuing his destiny at Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Chris Columbus, Alfonso Cuarón and Mike Newell directed the first three installments, with David Yates completing the last five films in the series as it matured to a darker tone.





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Van Helsing
D: Stephen Sommers (2004) 132m


Silly and dumb, but loads of over-the-top fun. Famed monster hunter Van Helsing (Hugh Jackman) heads off to Transylvania where Count Dracula is using Dr Frankenstein and the Wolfman for his not-unexpectedly evil purposes. It only gets better when drop-dead gorgeous Kate Beckinsale is tossed into the mix as a Gypsy princess looking to break a family curse. Cheesy stuff.


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