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9 Not-To-Be-Missed Movies For Halloween

Becky Driscoll (German-born actress Dana Wynter) and Dr. Miles Bennell (American actor Kevin McCarthy) hold hands and run fro
Becky Driscoll (German-born actress Dana Wynter) and Dr. Miles Bennell (American actor Kevin McCarthy) hold hands and run from unseen terror in a film still from the horror motion picture 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers,' directed by Don Siegel, 1956. The film concerns tells the story of a doctor who returns to his small town home to discover that some of his neighbors seem to have been replaced by alien duplicates. (Photo by Allied Artists/Getty Images)

When it comes to the best Halloween movies, people harbor some pretty strong opinions. Just this month, The Huffington Post published a piece outlining 11 reasons why "The Witches" is the only movie you need to watch on Oct. 31. Some people like nothing better than "Dawn of the Dead." Others believe Halloween wouldn't be Halloween without a showing of "The Blair Witch Project."

We asked our Facebook fans about their favorite all-time Halloween thrillers. And, as usual, they had a lot to say. Here are nine movies our readers believe should not be missed on All Hallows' Eve.

1) "Shaun of the Dead," said Jamie Wieloch Greco.

shaun of the dead

2) "Poltergeist," said Kimberly Minton Freeman.

poltergeist movie

3) "Night of the Living Dead!," said Peggy Bell Nolan.

night of the living dead

4) "The Exorcist," said Jan Gloster Allen.

linda blair in the exorcist

5) "The original 'Fright Night'," said Anita Skeets Rogers.

fright night movie

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7) "The Bad Seed," said Nina Kunz.

the bad seed movie

8) "'Invasion of the Body Snatchers.' The original with Kevin McCarthy," said Allen Cohen.

invasion of the body snatchers kevin mccarthy

9) "An American Werewolf in London," said James T. McNair.

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