Kimberly Magness has been honored with the Scream Queen award and listed on IMBd as one of the hottest actresses in horror movies. She was the lead actress in the brutal horror film "Devil's Grove," and she also starred as the leads in Discovery ID's hit shows “Deadly Affairs,” “I Married a Mobster” and “Scorned.” Kimberly has modeled on the “Today Show,” “Rachael Ray Show,” and “E! News.” She represents the New York City Horror Film Festival as a judge and programmer. She was in the Rolling Stones film "Shine a Light" directed by Martin Scorsese along with your Horror Happenings editor Charles Rosenay (aka "Cryptmaster Chiller Chucky"), who played a backstage roadie who helps Ron Wood put on his robe at the end of the film. Currently, Kimberly is performing in an off-Broadway murder mystery show “Murdered by the Mob” and is also very excited to be one of the leads in the paranormal feature film thriller, "The Manor" (see www.themanorlives.com). Kimberly writes, "Wahooo! Well, this was super hard to try and narrow down. I’m sure I’m leaving out some greats, but this is my top 10 list of classic horror films that everyone should see!"
"Horror Happenings Terrorble Top 10 List of Classic Horror Films Everybody Should See" by Kimberly Magness
1. Exorcist- (1973) In my opinion, the scariest movie of all time! I watched this for the first time when I was 10 years-old, attending Catholic school, yadda yadda.. you get it!
2. Rosemary’s Baby- (1968) A true horror classic! Really put Mia Farrow on the map.
3. Whatever Happened To Baby Jane- (1962) Two true Hollywood starlets as you’ve never seen them before, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Shows what show business can really do to you! ;);)
4. The Bad Seed- (1956) This movie defines how little kids can be creepy. However, the curtain call at the end is quite possibly my favorite moment of the film!
5. Psycho- (1960) Alfred Hitchcock is brilliant, and Anthony Perkins’ performance is amazing. And who can forget the shower scene?! I mean, c’mon!
6. The Shining- (1980) Heeeeeere’s Johnny! Even with the awful casting of Shelley Duvall, this movie still holds strong and stands the test of time! Redrum!
7. Frankenstein- (1931) Boris Karloff portrays Frankenstein brilliantly! His interpretation and vision of Frankenstein has carried through to the current representation of him!
8. Play Misty For Me- (1971) Beware of the crazy, stalker woman! Before Fatal Attraction and Misery, there was this little gem!
9. Nosferatu- (1922)- The original vampire classic. The shadows alone are enough to give you the creeps!
10. The Birds- (1963) Who ever thought to be scared of a bird? This movie proves that you can find the evil in almost anything and scare the crap out of us with what society knows as a gentle, harmless creature.
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