7. My Bloody Valentine (1981)
This B-horror slasher film inspires the question, “How does a dead, bleeding body stay in a freezer for such a long period of time without anyone noticing?” It’s the best of the B-Horror best, opening just before Valentine’s Day in 1981 and earning $6 million at the box office, thanks to a mine-masked killer on a rampage and hell bent not to let kids party. The music and effects make it campy, but its cinematic reputation for being forced to cut almost nine minutes of bloody gore before being given an “R” rating makes it a cult classic. Huh, a miner’s pick. Who knew?