BY JOANNA C. VALENTE
If a witches coven masked as an all girls dance school doesn't interest you, then I'm not sure what will. Also, how can you miss the prog rock soundtrack composed by none other than Goblin?
Roman Polankski's 1965 thriller focuses on Carol's descent into madness after she relives horrors from her past; her complete rejection of sex is fascinating, albeit devastating, to watch.
Kim Novak's haunted, seemingly possessed femme fatale is hard to ignore, even alongside Jimmy Stewart in Hitchcock's 1958 horror thriller.
4. The Haunting (1963)
Talk about a house of horrors in Robert Wise's 1963 version of Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House. No one wins.
5. The Innocents
Based on Henry James' The Turn of the Screw, the film centers around two children overtaken by troubled spirits in love. Think Wuthering Heights the horror movie with a confused nanny.