Posted by Matt Loftus @FilmmakerMatt
I'm a horror obsessed 'film-buff', I also Write + Direct my own short-films and review cult B-movies. YouTube:MattLoftus85
Matt Loftus

Believe it or not, the inter-web has some pretty fine content floating about just waiting for people to find it. YouTube seems to be the best (and worst) media outlet for folks nowadays, meaning it's never been easier to find deleted or out-of-print movies hiding within the thousands of videos uploaded every day. The question is: Do YOU have the time to find these horror treats? If not, NO PROBLEM! I've compiled 13 must-see horror movies that you have to watch before you die. Check them out in the video below:

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Here's the full list of movies mentioned in the video above. Don't forget — they're online now, so watch them while you can.

13. Cemetery Man (1994)

A lonely caretaker finds his job is becoming unbearable as the dead won't stay buried for long in this Italian zombie-art-house movie. Click here for the full movie.

12. Popcorn (1991)

Let's meet face-to-face
Let's meet face-to-face

When a deranged killer goes on the rampage at an all-night horror festival, a group of teens are going to discover there's a terrifying method to his madness. Watch it now.

11. Body Bags (1993)

Drinks are on him!
Drinks are on him!

An anthology horror movie consisting of three tales of terror presented by the horror maestro himself, #JohnCarpenter. Click here for the full movie.

10. Demons (1985)

Patrons at a local cinema come under attack from a lethal demonic virus that spreads among the crowd. Finding no way out, the night turns into a fight for survival in this stylish, Italian zombie type movie. Click here for the full movie.

9. House (1986)

A man moves into his late aunt's house and tries to forget his past. Unfortunately, this house knows everything about him and will use it to drive him insane! Click here for the full movie.

8. Witchboard (1986)

A woman uses a Ouija board alone and soon starts to experience terrifying visions of murderous intent. She should have listened to her friends' warning: Never use the board alone. Click here for the full movie.

7. City Of The Living Dead (1980)

When a demonic priest opens the gates of Hell, can a reporter get to the bottom of the mystery and stop evil taking over the world? Click here for the full movie.

6. Creepshow 2 (1987)

Another fun, cheesy anthology horror movie set around a comic book format and co-written by #StephenKing and George A. Romero. Click here for the full movie.

5. Night Of The Demons (1988)

A group of teens sneak into the old Hull house to party on Halloween night. Unfortunately, their antics raise some angry evil spirits that begin to posses one party guest after the other. Click here for the full movie.

4. The Crazies (1973)

A man-made virus is released and turns the inhabitants of a small town insane. With an official military quarantine, can a group of survivors make it out before they contract this deadly disease? Click here for the full movie.

3. Braindead (Dead Alive) (1992)

An early #PeterJackson movie revolving around a small town in New Zealand that plays host to an outbreak of the zombie virus. Great slapstick and comedic gore make this an unmissable film in my opinion. Click here for the full movie.

2. Campfire Tales (1991)

A cheaply shot anthology movie starring Gunner Hansen as a hobo who tells a group of kids four scary stories around a campfire. Worth seeing if your a true grind-house fan! Click here for the full movie.

1. The Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue (1974)

A stylish Italian zombie movie revolving around the dead rising due to a new chemical pesticide being tested in the area. A damn fine zombie movie in a world over-saturated in lazy #TheWalkingDead homages. Click here for the full movie.

How'd You Like Those Apples?

So, did any of those fine horror flicks do it for ya? I hope so, otherwise the only cure for you is a Clockwork Orange-style movie marathon. Seriously, I will point out that these movies are for educational purposes and copyright infringement is a serious thing. That being said, once you watch them you can get the restored Blu-rays and 4k versions that look even better than some of these pan and scan videos. Remember, filmmakers need money too.

Ever wondered what goes into creating some of the creepy and unsettling horrors your see on screen?

One Last Thing!

Finally, I recommend watching Sam Raimi's #TheEvilDead. Unfortunately, I couldn't find the damn title on YouTube. Have a sneak peek at my review below and see if it's worth your time:

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