CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- It's time once again for most high school kids to decide if they are too old to trick-or-treat. The answer is "No, you are not too old; you'll never be too old," but if you are one of the lame percentage that does decide to stop, then you are probably trying to think of something to do on Halloween. Right?
Well, the best suggestion is to watch some classic horror films. What better day to watch the scariest, creepiest and craziest movies ever created? Here are the top five to make sure are on your list"
1. "The Exorcist" (1973)
Obviously. You really can't get more classic than this. This movie is legendary!
"The Exorcist" is the classic possession movie, the film that gave birth to a new genre of horror and therefore, thousands of movies. It revolves around a little girl named Regan (Linda Blair), who is possessed by a very foul-mouthed demon who claims to be Satan. Two priests try an exorcism, and, well, it gets very interesting. Regan will have you on the edge of your sit for the duration of the movie.
2. "Psycho" (1960)
My personal favorite on this list, this is one of Alfred Hitchcock's most well known movies, and if you decide to watch it, you'll understand why. The shower scene in this horror classic is still considered one of the most terrifying scenes in motion picture history. It might scare you so much that, in the words of Rockwell (in his 1984 hit "Somebody's Watching Me"), "When I'm in the shower, I'm afraid to wash my hair/cause I might open my eyes, and find someone standing there."