25. a Lucio Fulci movie
This film is phenomenal and I will physically fight anyone who disagrees. Although it's from 1980, the gore remains effective and the atmosphere is genuinely creepy as it works alongside the eerie soundtrack. The bleeding from the eyes actually made me feel more uneasy than I thought it would. I found it interesting to know that coffee was spilt on the original ending print so Fulci had to make another ending with the footage he had already.