Martin Scorsese’s Scariest Movies of All Time

For Halloween 2015, Daily Beast invited acclaimed filmmaker Martin Scorsese to name what he believes to be the scariest movies of all time. Perhaps unsurprisingly Scorsese doesn’t include the sort gratuitous horror of the 21st century and names nothing later than the early 1980s in his list of 11 films. Pleasing to see recognition from the Taxi Driver director for classic British horror such as Dead of Night and Jack Clayton’s atmospheric masterpiece The Innocents.

  1. The Haunting
  2. The Isle of the Dead
  3. The Uninvited
  4. The Entity
  5. Dead of Night
  6. The Changeling
  7. The Shining
  8. The Exorcist
  9. Night of the Demon
  10. The Innocents
  11. Psycho

See Also –

Martin Scorsese 10-Movie DVD & Blu-ray Collection: Goodfellas / Mean Streets / Aviator / Departed / Wolf of Wall Street / Shutter Island / Taxi Driver / Raging Bull / New York, New York
The Films of Martin Scorsese: Gangsters, Greed, and Guilt (kindle, Hardcover)

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