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Favourite Horror Films by TYPE

beachpeach

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**Please state your Myers Briggs/ Keirsey Type. I'm keeping a tally of results based on type. Thank you kindly 😊**

Feel free to post any kind of horror; sci-fi & thrillers are fine too. It's all going in the same place.

INFP 5w4

The Shining
Rosemary's Baby
Nightmare on Elm Street
Alien
Evil Dead (first one)
The Witch
Crimson Peak
Night of the living dead
Nosferatu
Suspiria (1977)
Antichrist
Seven
Signs
Pet Sematary
Ginger Snaps
Valentine
Cherry Falls
Fear (1996)
The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
Beauty and the Beast (1946)
They Live!
Annihilation
Mother!
The Neon Demon
And then There Were None
Seven
12 Monkeys
Carrie (1976)
Poltergeist
The Exorcist
...also really like the Fly, Midsommer, Night of the Comet, Flatliners (1990), Videodrome, Shadow of the Vampire, The Hunger, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Deep Star Six
 
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Doctor Anaximander

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INTP 5w4 sx/sp (some of these are technically more suspense than horror, but I always considered these genres to be heavily overlapping)

The Thing (1982)
Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
Alien
The Fly (1986)
Halloween (1978)
The Shining
Profondo Rosso (Deep Red)
The Beyond
Duel
Zombie
Day of the Dead (1985)
Return of the Living Dead
House of the Devil
V/H/S
Cape Fear (1991)
Dead Calm
Night of the Creeps
Poltergeist III
Halloween III: Season of the Witch
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
Jaws
Re-animator
Evil Dead II
Nightmare on Elm Street III
Friday the 13th Part 3D
April Fool’s Day (1986)
Night of the Comet
Sleepaway Camp
Tremors
Candyman
Basket Case
Wolf Creek
Happy Death Day
Child’s Play
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
Creep
Silver Bullet
Creepshow
Breakdown
Deliverance
Phenomena
The Last House on the Left (original and remake)
Westworld (1973)
The Burning
Motel Hell
Psycho (1960)
They Live
The Fog (1980)
The Mist
The Blob (1988)
No Country For Old Men
 

Totenkindly

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INTP 5w4 sx/sp

28 Days Later
Alien
Audition
The Babadook
Black Swan
The Cabin in the Woods
The Descent
The Devil's Backbone
Diabolique
Eyes Without a Face
The Fly (1986)
Funny Games (1997)
The Grudge (2004)
Hereditary
Inside
It Follows
Let the Right One In
Mama
A Nightmare on Elm street (1984)
The Omen
The Orphanage
The Ring (2002)
Rosemary's Baby
Session 9
The Shining
The Sixth Sense
Sunshine (2007)
The Thing (1982)
Under the Skin
The Vanishing (1988)
The VVitch (2015)
Midsommar
Wolf Creek
Lake Mungo
Possessor (2020)
Drag Me to Hell
Tusk
Ready or Not
Annihilation
Shutter (2004)
Relic
Pan's Labyrinth
Doctor Sleep
Split
Oculus
Evil Dead (2013)
The Skin I Live In (2011)
Antichrist
What Lies Beneath
Deep Blue Sea
The Silence of the Lambs
Jacob's Ladder
Angel Heart
Flatliners (1990)
Prince of Darkness
Possession (1981)
Mother!
The Blackcoat's Daughter
Seven



Weirdly, The Exorcist doesn't do much for me. Meh.
 

beachpeach

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Thanks so much for sharing!
Is it only INxPs that appreciate horror? Lol ☺️
 

Lexicon

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^ oh Hell no.


INFJ 5w6 sp/sx & horror is my middle name! Lexi-horror-con.. Lex-horror-icon.... something like that.

In no particular order and probably missing many even still:
(Some are actually scary, some are just hilarious, and I love them all)
(It is impossible for me to pick a favorite, as they all scratch a different itch)


Alien
The Birds
Creepshow (I know this damn movie by heart)
Dead Alive
Hellraiser
Eraserhead
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Night of the Living Dead
Night of the Living Bread
Return of The Living Dead
The Descent
The Fly
Return of The Fly
House on Haunted Hill (Vincent Price)
House of Wax (also Vincent price)
IT (90s one)
Pet Sematary (the 90s one)
Carrie
Apt Pupil
The Babadook
The Others
The Stand
Se7en
The Last House on The Left
Halloween
Nightmare on Elm Street
The People Under The Stairs
Cat People
Sleepwalkers (this is completely a comedy to me)
Anaconda (comedy)
Arachnophobia (also comedy)
Invasion of The Body Snatchers
Attack of The Killer Shrews
Poltergeist
Deathbed: The Bed That Eats
Candyman
Dawn of the Dead (original)
The Langoliers
The Silence of The Lambs
Jaws (my favorite summer horror)
Event Horizon (Jurassic Park’s Dr. Grant is not convincingly scary, but I still have a special place in my heart for this movie)
Re-Animator
Rose Red (it’s pretty bad, but I love Emory & his mom. And that guy from Warlock)
Evil Dead
Misery
Annihilation (saw the actual screening for this with the cast/crew there, at a fancy thing in CA my friend got me into)
Wolf Creek
The Ring (I saw this in theaters. I was a runaway at the time, & a friend dropped me there w/$10 & said to see The Ring. I’d been in hiding [no TV where I was], so I had no idea what the movie was even remotely about. Going into it totally blind was awesome)
The Thing
Silver Bullet
Firestarter
Needful Things
The Shining (1980)
Doctor Sleep
Tremors
Maximum Overdrive (also a comedy)
Sleepaway Camp (and its hilarious sequels)
The Exorcist (I burst out laughing at the crucifix scene, it was so unexpected, but that spiderwalk on the stairs... ugh)
The Omen
The Stuff
Night of The Creeps
Wild Zero
Zombie (Lucio Fulci)
Night of The Lepus (this is my Easter movie)
Killer Klowns From Outer Space
Psycho (original)
Session 9 (my friends & I used to visit this abandoned ‘haunted’ asylum in Danvers as teens)
They Live! (If this is any indication of how much I <3 this movie)
Rosemary’s Baby
Pan’s Labyrinth
The Mist (though I preferred the ambiguity of the novella’s ending, in line w/the theme)
Sometimes They Come Back
May
Repo! The Genetic Opera
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (OBC recording, not the Depp one)
Paperhouse
Friday the 13th
Opera (Dario Argento)
Freaks (1932)
House (1985) I remember seeing the front cover of the vhs when I was like, 12, & I HAD to [beg my mom to] rent it
Thinner
Cat’s Eye
The Crazies
Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?
 

Saturnal Snowqueen

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None, because I'm an oversensitive INFP and those things will give me nightmares. The abuse, the experiments, the jumpscares, ugh! Well, except I do like Carrie(the OG one), wanted to check out that movie because I heard the character was an ISFJ 4 core and I wanted to analyze that type combination. Heathers I also enjoy if you'd call that a "horror" movie(it is a black comedy after all, as in the genre not the race).
 

Pessimistic Hippie

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ISFP 4w5 sx/so. I usually just like atmospheric horror movies about the paranormal, as long as I get a good scare off of them. If I can remember others, I'll add them later.

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The Caller
Insidious
Insidious 2
As Above, So Below
Last Shift
Sixth Sense
Oculus
The Autopsy of Jane Doe
It Follows
The Taking of Deborah Logan
The Witch
The Woman in Black
The Houses October Built
Dead Silence
Host
Paranormal Entity
The Strangers

To be honest, Hereditary would be on the list if it hadn't done such a sufficient job fucking me up. It was the only one I'd seen that I couldn't watch again.
 
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