1. This Is The End (2013)
Celebrity comedians group attempt to survive the apocalypse as it strikes during a vast Hollywood party at James Franco’s house. Cameos from Rihanna, Emma Watson, and yes, the Backstreet Boys make it a celeb-fest like no other.
2. What We Do In The Shadows (2014)
Taika Watiti’s mockumentary about the lives of vampire flatmates in New Zealand is a pure delight that led to the popular TV series. And we love the series, but you simply can’t beat the original.
3. Happy Death Day (2017)
Slasher flick comes along with Groundhog Day in this Blumhouse production, in which a college girl repeatedly lives the day of her murder until she can unmask the killer and save her own life.
4. Jennifer’s Body
A cheerleader of high school is possessed by a demon and starts killing her thirsty male classmates, while her friend Needy (Amanda Seyfriend) tries to stop the bloodshed.
5. Clue (1985)
This comedy horror follows a group of seven strangers invited to a mysterious dinner party; after one of them turns up dead, they all become suspects. Bodies drop left and right in this slapstick whodunit based on the popular board game.
6. Gremlins (1984)
Tiny and cute creatures turn into murderous monsters, wreaking havoc on a small town at Christmastime. It was written by Chris Columbus and produced by Steven Spielberg, featuring horrific death scenes and a premise so ridiculous that it works.
7. Ghostbusters (1984)
The original movie stars Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, and Ernie Hudson as supernatural exterminators who are there to save New York City from a spectral apocalypse. It’s a classic, filled with great jokes and lousy CGI. So who are you gonna call?
8. Zombieland (2009)
The all-American zombie film gets a hilarious combination of road-trip comedy that sees a college student heading back home to check if his family is alive. and eventually encounters a gun-toting badass, Tallahassee, and a pair of spirited sisters, Wichita and Little Rock. Oh, and Bill Murray, too.
9. The Cabin in the Woods (2012)
A group of unwitting college students goes to a remote cabin in the middle of nowhere for a boozy, druggy, sex-filled weekend away, where monsters of varying sorts are waiting to pluck them off. But it has a postmodern twist, turning this slasher film into a hilarious horror satire.
10. Shaun of the Dead (2004)
The titular Shaun spends his average days shuffling from work, playing video games with his best friend, and pining for his recently estranged girlfriend. But that humdrum life is instantly spun out of control when a zombie apocalypse takes over London.