The Top 10 B-Horror Movies

By March 26, 2015December 31st, 2017Top 10 Lists

1. Child’s Play (1988)

Personally, I find dolls far creepier than clowns, which is why Child’s Play takes the No. 1 spot. Seriously, I never looked at dolls the same again after Chucky came to life and sported a kitchen knife. Now, this film doesn’t necessarily qualify as B-Horror—it had a big budget of $9 million and generally received more positive critical acclaim, than negative. However, it’s a knife-wielding, electrocuting DOLL, people. Just because it was done well doesn’t take away its campy feel. The way Chucky moves and kills and creeps you out is enough to inspire B-level cult followings. Earning $33 million at the box office, this creepy classic inspired four sequels, including Bride of Chucky.

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