Yes/ No: Are these scary movies actually from the 1960s?

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In the 1960s, the masters of horror were just waking up, releasing some of their best films. 

Think you can tell the shocking spark of Sixties' most innovative pictures from horror movies that came from the decade before or after?

We've mixed up iconic horror films from the 1950s, '60s and '70s to see if we can snare any casual horror fans in our traps. Good luck, muahahaha.
  1. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? Night of the Living Dead
  2. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? Suspiria
  3. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? The Omen
  4. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? Psycho
  5. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? Rosemary’s Baby
  6. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? The Last House on the Left
  7. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? House on Haunted Hill
  8. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? House of Wax
  9. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? The Birds
  10. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? Invasion of the Body Snatchers
  11. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? The Pit and the Pendulum
  12. Was this horror movie actually made in the 1960s? What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

Yes/ No: Are these scary movies actually from the 1960s?

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DJMetalWolf 5 months ago
7 Out Of 12
Did some of those horror classics sneak up on you?

Though, I would argue #8 as there were two House Of Wax films: The original in 1933 and the remake in 1953.
rycki1138 20 months ago
12 out of 12
Looks like you narrowly escaped all our traps, Sixties fan!
Ariesmale44 20 months ago
some of those movies were really scary too
MikeBugal 23 months ago
We have a Facebook group dedicated to old school horror and sci fi movies and TV shows. Feel free to check it out:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/269122487078185/
Hope 29 months ago
Week after week I look forward to the delivery of these Quizzes. I can do a lot better if I learned to slow down when taking the quizzes.
Terrence 29 months ago
Not bad at all........................10/12
Tresix 29 months ago
10/12. As fate would have, blew two Vincent Price questions.
Lon 30 months ago
10/12. Thought that Rosemary' Baby was 70's, too.
anthony 30 months ago
10/12.Tought for sure rosemarys baby was from the 70's,but I think I was thinking of The Omen.
Greg 30 months ago
4/12 Shows how much I watch horror movies
Robert 30 months ago
9/12. Could've done a bit better but I went through too fast!!
Dawn 30 months ago
10/12, my memory was playing tricks on me
stephaniestavropoulos 30 months ago
Does anyone remember which movie poster that is pictured next to each question? I recognize it, and the only one I can think of well, who starred in it, a [I am probably wrong about this;] is one of Barbara Steele's movies. Thanks!
Here's an easy question: What is the commonality between the movies: House Of Wax, House On Haunted Hill, & The Pit & The Pendulum?
Hi. That would be Black Sunday. I have that original movie poster hanging in my living room. Awesome art!
What the three movies have in common is they are all Vincent Price movies.
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