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80 Horror Franchises Fans Should Own

Looking to beef up your home video collection with all sorts of Blu-rays, DVDs and VHS tapes? How about taking it one step beyond that by incorporating a damn awesome theme, like oh, say, sticking with franchises exclusively?

Chances are plenty of you own a great number of these franchises, but if you’re on the hunt for something you may be missing, we may be able to help you out. Check out these 80 horror series’ worthy of a wall in your video room!

  • Tremors

  • Friday the 13th

  • A Nightmare on Elm Street

  • Child’s Play

  • Halloween

  • Scream

  • Mimic

  • Puppetmaster

  • Final Destination

  • The Howling

  • Hellraiser

  • Critters

  • Paranormal Activity

  • Saw

  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

  • Leprechaun

  • Alien

  • Psycho

  • Predator

  • Amityville Horror

  • Evil Dead

  • Basket Case

  • Re-Animator

  • Blade

  • George Romero’s of the Living Dead

  • Cabin Fever

  • Hostel

  • Children of the Corn

  • Silent Night, Deadly Night

  • Hellboy

  • Candyman

  • Cold Prey

  • Creepshow

  • From Dusk Till Dawn

  • The Invisible Man

  • The Fly

  • The Omen

  • The Exorcist

  • Phantasm

  • The Grudge

  • Poltergeist

  • The Thing

  • Resident Evil

  • [REC]

  • Wrong Turn

  • Mother of Tears

  • Outpost

  • Ginger Snaps

  • Hatchet

  • Insidious

  • It’s Alive

  • Jaws

  • Underworld

  • Creature from the Black Lagoon

  • Anaconda

  • The Mummy

  • Ringu

  • Pumpkinhead

  • I Spit on Your Grave

  • Tetsuo

  • Sleepaway Camp

  • Fright Night

  • Piranha

  • Frankenstein

  • Dracula

  • Night of the Demons

  • Prom Night

  • Sharknado

  • The Prophecy

  • Lost Boys

  • Riddick

  • Lake Placid

  • Hannibal Lecter

  • Subspecies

  • Godzilla

  • Feast

  • Wolf Man

  • Darkman

  • Abbott & Costello

  • Cube

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About The Overseer (2283 Articles)
Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

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