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Time Out proudly presents the 100 best horror films, as chosen by those who write in, direct, star in and celebrate the genre.RECOMMENDED: More Halloween in LAHorror cinema is a monster. Mistreated, misunderstood and subjected to vicious critical attacks, somehow it keeps lumbering forward, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. For some, horror films are little better than pornography, focused purely on evoking a reaction - be it terror, disquiet or disgust - with little thought for 'higher' aspirations. For others, they're just a bit of fun: a chance to shriek and snigger at someone's second-hand nightmare.But look again, and the story of horror is also the story of innovation and non-conformity in cinema, a place where dangerous ideas can be expressed, radical techniques can be explored, and filmmakers outside the mainstream can still make a big cultural splash. If cinema itself has an unconscious, a dark little corner from which new ideas emerge, blinking and malformed, it must be horror. The question is - which are the best horror films?We polled well over 100 horror enthusiasts - with big names like Roger Corman, Guillermo del Toro, Simon Pegg, Clive Barkerand Alice Cooper, and horror legends like Coffin Joe, Kim Newman and Tom Six - and came up with a definitive top 100 list.The result may surprise you: while the top ten may be stuffed with big hitters, the full list is wonderfully unpredictable and packed with oddball leftfield choices. But what about your opinio
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