2002 provided a plethora of notable horror movies. These included Japan's "Ju-On," which sparked the 2004 American remake/box office success "The Grudge"; industrial horror rocker Rob Zombie's directorial debut "House of 1000 Corpses"; the first in the sci-fi/zombie "Resident Evil" series (based on the video games); the tenth in the "Friday the 13th" series Jason X; and "Cabin Fever," the debut from "Hostel" director Eli Roth. Also of note in 2002 from the New French Extremity movement came Gaspar Noé's "Irréversible," not a horror film by definition, but one that deservingly makes "hardest to watch" lists. Although some of these have cult followings and are favorites among horror fans, the following list includes five others this column chooses as the year's best.
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