List of Best Hollywood Horror Comedy movies of All Time

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Best Hollywood Horror Comedy movies of All Time List

1. The Turning

The Turning

The Turning is an upcoming Hollywood supernatural horror film directed by Floria Sigismondi and produced by Steven Spielberg, Seth William Meier, Scott Bernstein and Roy Lee.

The Turning: Hollywood Movie

2. Night of the Creeps

Night of the Creeps

An alien experiment containing slug-like organisms crashes Earth and infects a fraternity member. Mayhem ensues when a couple of college boys discover the cryogenically frozen corpse.

Night of the Creeps: 1986

3. Slither


Wheelsy is a small town where very little occurs and everybody stays out of other people’s affairs. Nobody sees when evil slips in unobtrusively be that as it may when individuals find disfigured domesticated animals and a lady disappears, Sheriff Bill Pardy (Nathan Fillion) finds an alien organism that takes steps to eat up all life on Earth.

Slither: 2006

4. The Return of the Living Dead

The Return of the Living Dead

At the point when foreman Frank (James Karen) shows new worker Freddy (Thom Mathews) a mystery military test in a supply stockroom, the two clods incidentally discharge a gas that restores corpses into flesh-eating zombies. As the pestilence spreads all through Louisville, Ky., and the animals fulfil their yearning in violent and shocking manners, Frank and Freddy battle to make do with the assistance of their chief (Clu Gulager) and a secretive undertaker (Don Calfa).

The Return of the Living Dead: 1985

5. Botched


An expert hoodlum discovers his karma going from awful to more awful when he’s sent to Russia to take a precious antique crucifix and turns into the unnerved objective of a serial killer who takes the title of “headhunter” very seriously.

Botched: 2008

6. Gremlins


A device sales rep is searching for an extraordinary present for his child and discovers one at a store in Chinatown. The retailer is hesitant to sell him the ‘mogwai’ yet offers it to him with the notice to never open him to bright light, water, or to feed him after 12 PM. The entirety of this occurs and an outcome is a group of gremlins that choose to destroy the town on Christmas Eve.

Gremlins: 1984

7. The Cottage

The Cottage

Kidnapper siblings David and Peter are immediately defeated by their loudmouth prisoner. She escapes into the forested areas, however, it’s not long before that is the least of their issues.

The Cottage: 2008

8. Satan’s Little Helper

Satan's Little Helper

On the evening of Halloween, Douglas Whooly (Alexander Brickel) wears his outfit in desire for an exciting night. Yet, when he hears that his adored sister, Jenna (Katheryn Winnick), has gotten herself a boyfriend, he throws a tantrum and escapes the house. Douglas gets to know a man in a devil costume and causes him to enliven his garden with fake corpses. Shockingly for Douglas and his family, the carcasses – much like the killings that will accentuate the night to come – are very genuine.

Satan’s Little Helper: 2004

9. Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon

Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon

The film is shot as a narrative set in our current reality where the executioners portrayed in renowned slasher films are genuine. A female columnist named Taylor Gentry and her two cameramen, Doug and Todd, record the arrangements of Leslie Vernon as he gets ready to join the positions of other slasher villains.

Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon: 2007

10. Scary Movie

Scary Movie

Opposing the very thought of good taste, Scary Movie out-spoofs the mainstream society spoofs with a down to business ambush on the most well-known pictures and discussed minutes from ongoing movies, TV and commercials. The film strikingly fires spikes at the exemplary scenes from “scream,” “The Sixth Sense,” “The Matrix,” “I Know What You Did Last Summer” and “The Blair Witch Project,” at that point proceeds to ridicule an entire heap of youngster motion picture cliches, no matter the genre.

Scary Movie: 2000

11. House


A Vietnam vet turned horror author comes back to his childhood home to find that it has been attacked by ghosts and ghouls.

House: 1986

12. Fido


At the point when a cloud of space dust makes the dead ascent as insatiable zombies, the ZomCon Corp. develops to overcome the zombies and train them to become humble labours and pets for people. Presently, in a pure town, a suspicious kid (K’Sun Ray) finds the closest companion in his family’s new devil, which he immediately names Fido (Billy Connolly). Yet, Fido’s control collar malfunctions and the neighbours end up on the menu.

Fido: (2006)

13. Santa’s Slay

Santa's Slay

Following quite a while of spreading happiness on Christmas by doling out presents and cheer, Santa Claus, who is really an evil presence compelled to be decent, comes back to his old ways.

Santa’s Slay: 2005

14. Critters


At the point when weird fluffy animals from space land on a ranch, the Brown family – Jay (Billy Green Bush), Helen (Dee Wallace-Stone), their girl, April (Nadine Van Der Velde), and their son, Brad (Scott Grimes) – must fight off the vindictive little aliens. Two bounty hunters with superhuman capacities follow the forceful monsters from past, however, the warriors aren’t appallingly viable, leaving the Brown family to fight the hide balls and salvage April from their grip without anyone else’s help

Critters: 1985

15. Dead End

Dead End

At the point when a family in transit to a Christmas Eve gathering chooses to bring an alternate way down a wooded road, a scary sequence of events signals inconvenience ahead. After about slamming into an approaching vehicle, father Frank (Ray Wise) gets a spooky hitchhiker (Amber Smith) and her newborn child kid. With the unexpected appearance of their new travellers, the route gets dim and slippery – and the family’s numbers quickly start to decrease in a series of apparently associated, terrible side of the road mishaps.

Dead End: 2003

16. Return of the Killer Tomatoes

Return of the Killer Tomatoes

The insane Dr. Gangrene develops a new strain of violent vegetable in this sequel to the 1977 cult classic, the attack of killer tomatoes.

Return of the Killer Tomatoes: 1988

17. Eight Legged Freaks

Eight Legged Freaks

The occupants of a rustic mining town find that a deplorable chemical spill has made several little spiders grow to the size of SUVs. It’s up to mining engineer Chris McCormack (David Arquette) and Sheriff Sam Parker (Kari Wuhrer) to prepare a diverse gathering of townspeople into the fight against the ruthless eight-legged beasts.

Eight Legged Freaks: 2002

18. Killer Klowns from Outer Space

Killer Klowns from Outer Space

At the point when young people Mike (Grant Cramer) and Debbie (Suzanne Snyder) see a comet crash outside their languid community, they explore and find a pack of murderous aliens who look particularly like circus clowns. They attempt to caution the nearby authorities, however, everybody expects their story is a trick. Then, the clowns set about collecting and eating as many individuals as they can. It’s not until they abduct Debbie that Mike chooses it’s up to him to stop the jokesters’ wicked frenzy.

Killer Klowns from Outer Space: 1988

19. Evil Dead 2

Evil Dead 2

The second of three movies in the Evil Dead series is part horror, part comedy, with Ash Williams (Bruce Campbell) once again doing combating alarming devils at an isolated lodge in the forested areas. In the wake of finding an audiotape left by a school teacher that contains voices perusing from the Book of the Dead, Ash’s better half Linda (Denise Bixler) gets possessed by evil spirits that are stirred by the voices on the tape. Ash before long finds there is no getting away from the forested areas.

Evil Dead 2: 1987

20. Young Frankenstein

Young Frankenstein

Respected medical lecturer Dr Frederick Frankenstein (Gene Wilder) discovers that he has acquired his notorious granddad’s estate in Transylvania. Landing at the palace, Dr Frankenstein before long starts to reproduce his granddad’s experiments with the assistance of servants Igor (Marty Feldman), Inga (Teri Garr) and the fearsome Frau Blücher (Cloris Leachman). After he makes his very own beast (Peter Boyle), new complexities follow with the appearance of the doctor’s life partner, Elizabeth (Madeline Kahn).

Young Frankenstein: 1974



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