Haddonfield Horror’s Best Of 2019

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Best Of 2019…

With 2019 coming to close, us here at Haddonfield Horror put together at list of our favourites for this year. A very good year for horror films, with plenty of indy films and studio joints providing some great highlights but you there is some not horror stuff in the lists as well because…we aren’t just one dimensional people. Here’s hoping 2020 is even better. Horror rules!

Lisa’s Best of 2019


The Woman Inside
Lock Every Door


Los Espookys
The Purge


A Good Woman is Hard to Find
The Death of Dick Long
Sleep Tight

Not everything on this list came out in 2019, but it’s the year that I found it and loved it.

Jesse’s (@JesseBerberich) Best of 2019

Top 10 Horror Films of 2019

1. Bliss
2. The Lighthouse
3. One Cut of the Dead
4. Daniel Isn’t Real
5. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
6. The Shed
7. Girl on the Third Floor
8. Midsommar
9. IT Chapter Two
10. The Banana Splits Movie

Top 10 TV Terrors & Streaming Screams of 2019

1. Stranger Things Season 3
2. Mr. Robot
3. Svengoolie
4. The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs
5. Castle Rock Season 2
6. Creepshow
7. The Haunting of Hill House
8. Swamp Thing
9. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
10. The Twilight Zone

Top 5 Retrospective Releases of 2019

1. Godzilla: The Showa Years, 1954-1975 (The Criterion Collection)
2. Ultraman: The Complete Series Steelbook (Mill Creek Entertainment)
3. Audition (Arrow Video)
4. Hell Comes to Frogtown (Vinegar Syndrome)
5. Night of the Creeps (Scream Factory)

Ryan’s (@TigersMS78) Best of 2019

Parasite – Not strictly horror but it is the most brutal satire I’ve ever seen
The Nightingale – When your country of birth, has the harsh mirror of history thrust in its face the result is always ugly. The Nightingale does just that – it’s a confronting, rough watch. Also a masterpiece.
Doctor Sleep – You’d think this just couldn’t work but it does, includes one of the harshest scenes in a wide studio release – ever.
One Cut Of The Dead
The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot
I Trapped The Devil
Us – Jordan Peele just reaffirms his status as a hugely important horror voice.

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