A scary amount has already been said about the modern horror arthouse resurgence. You might even say this genre is rising from the grave, with the surprising box office success of Get Out, and horror flicks like It Follows and The Witch getting recognized alongside traditional dramas on the prestige festival circuit. The most recent horror sensation is the It remake, which has just become the highest-grossing horror film of all time. But It isn't available for streaming yet, and we all know that today's modern horrors are built on a long tradition of cinematic scares, so with Halloween weekend upon us, who better to turn to help plan our gory bingefests than Edgar Wright

Wright is a noted movie lover with a penchant for the spooky, and he has entered his own celebrated film into the modern horror-comedy canon with zombie flick Shaun of the Dead. He collaborated with curated movie streamers MUBI to put this chronological list (with a heavy '60s lean) together, making sure to note that trimming the list down to a mere 100 titles meant that some of his favorite horror-adjacent thriller and sci-fi films had to be left off. So, starting in 1922 with the vampire film that inspired undead flicks for generations to come, F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu, and bringing us all the way to last year's Korean zombie favorite, Yeon Sang-Ho's Train to Busan, here's a list that should keep you awake all weekend long and beyond.

  • 1922 - Nosferatu by F.W. Murnau

  • 1931 - Frankenstein by James Whale

  • 1932 - Freaks by Tod Browning

  • 1932 - Island of Lost Souls by Erle C. Kenton

  • 1932 - The Mummy by Karl Freund

  • 1932 - The Old Dark House by James Whale

  • 1933 - The Invisible Man by  James Whale

  • 1935 - Bride of Frankenstein by James Whale

  • 1945 - Dead of Night by Alberto Cavalcanti

  • 1956 - Invasion of the Body Snatchers by Don Siegel

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  • 1957 - Curse of the Demon Jacques Tourneur

  • 1958 - Dracula by Terence Fisher

  • 1959 - A Bucket of Blood by Roger Corman

  • 1960 - Black Sunday by Mario Bava

  • 1960 - Eyes Without A Face by Georges Franju

  • 1960 - Peeping Tom by Michael Powell

  • 1960 - Psychoby Alfred Hitchcock

  • 1960 - Village of the Damned by Wolf Rilla

  • 1961 - The Innocents by Jack Clayton

  • 1962 - Carnival of Soulsby Herk Harvey

  • 1962 - What Happened to Baby Jane by Robert Aldrich

  • 1963 - The Haunting by Robert Wise

  • 1964 - Blood and Black Lace by Mario Bava

  • 1964 - Onibaba by Kaneto Shindo

  • 1965 - Repulsion by Roman Polanski

Check out the rest of the list that continues from 1966-2016 over at MUBI.

What titles would you add? Let us know in the comments!

Source: MUBI