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Jason Blum's Five Favorite Horror Films

The master horror producer behind the new Halloween tells us his favorite scary movies.

by | October 16, 2018 | Comments

Master horror producer Jason Blum’s has given us modern horror hits like the Paranormal Activity series, The Purge films, SinisterInsidious, and the Oscar-nominated Get OutThis month his Blumhouse Productions goes classic with Halloween, the sequel to the seminal 1978 slasher movie of the same name, which sees Laurie Strode (a returning Jamie Lee Curtis) and Michael Myers (a returning Nick Castle) facing off once again in Haddonfield. Ahead of the movie’s release, Blum sat down with Rotten Tomatoes to reveal his all-time favorite horror movies, which range from a Certified Fresh Hitchcock classic to the movie he says put his company on the map.

Halloween opens everywhere on Friday, October 19.

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