We put this out to you guys Friday morning, Halloween morning, on Marc & Randy and you guys came back with some great ones. We sorted them out, added our own thoughts and here’s what I came up with:

Marc with a “C” James “TOP 5 Scariest Movies of All Time”:

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1. “THE EXORCIST”: I will Never forget how absolutely terrified the first time I saw this when I was about 11 years old. The mere thought of young Regan (played by Linda Blair) being possessed by the Devil with her head spinning around is enough for me to have nightmares for the rest of my life. Every time I go to Georgetown in Washington D.C., I go up and down the stairs on M. Street where it was filmed. The screenplay was written by William Peter Blatty while the movie was directed by William Friedkin. This is the “Michael Jordan of Horror Films” because it is “The Greatest of All Time”.

2. “JAWS”: This was the 1st Ever quote “SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER” was the directorial debut of future Hall of Famer Steven Spielberg. A Great White terrorizing vacationers in Cape Cod set the bar back in 1975. You hear the music and see the fin come up. One of the Greatest lines ever by Chief Brody (played by the Late, Great Roy Scheider): “I think We’re gonna need a Bigger Boat.”

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3. “TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE” (The Original): A group of traveling Teenagers get lost in some deserted area in the middle of “Nowhere” Texas. Unfortunately, they meet the Ultra-Maniacal “Leatherface” & his Sadistic family of Cannibals who want to feast on them as the Main Course for Dinner. 2 Words: “Utterly Horrific”.

4. “HALLOWEEN” (The Original): How can We ever forget young Michael Myers who murdered his sister in Haddonfield, Illinois? John Carpenter’s Epic Horror Thriller as Michael Myers escapes a psychiatric ward to hunt down his former baby-sitter played by Jamie Lee Curtis. Who can forget Dr. Loomis played by the late Donald Pleasance? When I think of the Halloween holiday, this is the first thing that comes to mind. Period.

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5. “ROSEMARY’S BABY”: The controversial Roman Polanski directs this Demonic, Mind-Jarring film starring Mia Farrow (aka the Future Ex-Wife of Woody Allen). Her on-screen husband played by the late John Cassavetes promises their first-born Baby to a Satanic Cult in exchange for success in his acting career. The climax is Disturbing, yet all too memorable. This film starred many familiar faces including Charles Grodin and Ruth Gordon.