It’s only been a handful of months since Halloween, but it feels like it’s been a year already. Let’s keep the spooky spirit alive and play Horror Movie March Madness!
How Does Horror Movie March Madness Work?
It’s pretty easy. First, we need to decide which movies are the most popular. That’s where you come into play!
I need your help deciding which horror movies should make the list. To do that, all you must do is fill out this one-question survey. Add your number one, all-time favorite horror movie, or list your top 16. You can add as many or as few movies as you want.
Just remember, the more results we have, the more accurate the data. Make sure you’re sharing with your friends and family. Only the 16 horror movies with the highest number of votes will make the final bracket!
Once the top 16 have been established, the highest voted will match up against the lowest, and so on and so forth. Then, each week you’ll have the chance to vote for your favorite horror movie of those two. This process will continue until the top horror movie is picked!
Vote for Your Favorite Horror Movie Today
Voting is open now until the end of the month, so don’t wait to fill out this survey. Then, pass it along to your friends, family, and other horror lovers to get their opinion. Starting the first week in March, voting will be open, so stay tuned!
What are you waiting for? Vote for your favorite horror movie today!
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Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992); The Fly (1986); Alien; Halloween(1978); Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978); Midsommar; The Ring (2002); An American Werewolf in London; Ju-on/The Grudge (2002); Psycho (1960); 28 Days Later; Legend; Train to Busan; The Strangers (2008); The Omen (1976); The Exorcist (of course!) and honors mention: Parasite.