Analysis: Top Ten Horror Movies Of All Time

1099 Words5 Pages
Vincent Mayer Mr. Dimitri Practical math January 19,2018 Top ten horror movies of all Time For this statistics paper, I will be writing about the top ten horror movies of all time, I will be talking about the movies IMDb scores and any other score that can be applied to a movie. I chose this topic because I personally enjoy watching horror movies in my spare time and with friends. In this statistics paper, I will be talking about ten different horror movies, these movies are The Exorcist (1973), Halloween (1978), The Shining (1980), Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974), Scream (1996), Saw (2004), Poltergeist (1982), Carrie (1976), and The Conjuring (2013). I will be talking about ratings that these movies have…show more content…
The original got an 88% on Rotten Tomato and it also got a rating on IMDb of 7.4/10. A quick plot summary of this movie is that a family is visited by ghosts that live in their home. At first the ghosts seem to be friendly when they move things around the house and the family is amused from this, later on things turn horribly wrong and the ghosts start to terrorize the family and kidnap their youngest daughter. The horror movie coming in at the number nine spot is the movie Carrie which was first made in 1976 but was also remade in 2013. This movie has a IMDb rating of 7.4/10, a 93% on Rotten Tomato, and a 3.5/4 Roger Ebert rating. In this movie the main character is a shy, teenage girl named Carrie White who has been sheltered by her religious mother her whole life, later on in the movie on prom night she is humiliated by her classmates. Later on, she unleashes her telekinetic powers on her…show more content…
This movie is based on a true story that is from 1971. Two paranormal investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren are asked to help the Perron family with a demonic disturbance in their home. The Disturbance rises when the Warrens become closer to clearing the abnormalities with the Perron family. This movie received a IMDb rating of 7.5/10, 4.2/5 on Apple Itunes, and a 86% on Rotten Tomato. My opinion on this topic is that I really enjoy horror movies and think that there are a lot of excellent movies out there and I think that many people do not give credits to horror movies, they focus more on comedies, actions, and dramas. A follow up question that I have is, what are the specific things that make a horror movie
Open Document