How well do you really know Hollywood masters of horror?

This quiz is a scream.

In Hollywood history, the titans of horror may be overlooked by the Oscars, but so many dedicated audiences return to their images to be reliably spooked again and again, especially in the month of October.

Are you a total horror movie buff?

We've pulled 10 of the most chilling and innovative directors and writers of horror movies we saw on TV and in theaters from the 1960s to the 1990s. See if you can remember each and every screech and scream that spooked you.

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  1. Alfred Hitchcock was a master of horror when it came to movies and TV. Which of his classic movies is pictured here?
     Image: Universal Pictures
  2. Stephen King's stories made for terrifying television and feature films. Which of his classic movies is pictured here?
     Image: Paramount Pictures
  3. John Carpenter's chilling legacy with Halloween is still being scripted, but which of his other classic films is pictured here?
     Image: Universal Pictures
  4. Tobe Hooper is another reliable source of terrifying films and television. Which of his classic films is pictured here?
     Image: Bryanston Distributing Company
  5. In the horror world, Sam Raimi is regarded as a master of black comedy. Which quirky classic is his?
     Image: New Line Cinema
  6. Wes Craven created modern nightmares for teen slasher fans. Which of his classic films is pictured here?
     Image: Dimension Films
  7. If you love zombie movies, you can thank George A. Romero, who basically invented them. Which of his classic films is pictured here?
     Image: The Walter Reade Organization
  8. When it comes to stylish horror films, Dario Argento stands out. Which artful horror flick is his?
     Image: Produzioni Atlas Consorziate
  9. David Cronenberg is widely regarded as the brains behind "body horror" movies. Which of his classic films is pictured here?
     Image: AVCO Embassy Pictures
  10. Richard Matheson spun chilling tales for The Twilight Zone, as well as many TV movies and feature films. He even teamed up with Steven Spielberg once for which movie?
     Image: Universal Pictures

How well do you really know Hollywood masters of horror?

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Tracyk 8 months ago
8 out of 10 and I'm ashamed of myself 😓
JHP 19 months ago
you want to watch horror? - watch todays news
chevy454 JHP 14 months ago
Pastorgman 22 months ago
10/10 - For better or worse, I saw them all at one time or another….maybe twice!
peterm 22 months ago
and my parents said i wasted my time at the movies 10/10
Snickers 30 months ago
What about "The Thing" which starred Kurt Russell? By the way 10/10.
Jamesatkinson 33 months ago
9 of 10 : not a master, but maybe a apprentice?? 🤔😏😉
Stoney 50 months ago
9 out of 10. Had no idea on Suspira.
Deborah 65 months ago
I’ve always loved horror. When I was 13 I saw The Tingler with Vincent Price, at the Saturday matinee, still one of my favorite horror actors. Every night for months I had to check under my bed to be sure there wasn’t one under there!
james 69 months ago
horror movies and tv thrillers is my passion from when i was 4 yrs old and saw Mighty Joe Young in 1949 i ran out of the picture show and my dad caught me about 2 blocks later i have been hooked ever since
EllisClevenger 69 months ago
You got 9 out of 10.
Surprising because I'm not a fan of horror flicks.
Lacey 69 months ago
Okay, did a bit better than I thought.
Not a "splatter" fan but like good horror.
Mark 69 months ago
7 out of 10. Not bad, considering I'm not much of a horror fan.
Shadowdancer 69 months ago
Not much of a horror fan so I'm surprised I only got Scanners wrong!
Groovy_Chainsaw 69 months ago
10/10 - But I used to manage a video store so I guess I had an edge
Plus, like me, you pick up pointers from Dale and Bill K.
Michael 69 months ago
8/10...needed lucio Fulci.Argento's Suspiria was all around creepy.With the music and colors.Love Goblin.Masters of horror movie music
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