HALLOWEEN FEATURE: My Enemies & I Reveal Their Top 10 Horror Movies

My Enemies & I are the type of band that want to freak you the fuck out.  With Halloween creeping ever closer, we thought it would be fun to have the band that keeps a Ouija board at their merch table (attend a live show to get the details) tell us about their favorite horror movies of all time. Check out ME&I’s top 10 Halloween must-sees right here!

Answers provided by:
Jeff Hill (Vocals), Zach Jones (Guitar), Brandon Sellitti (Guitar), Ryan Ganster (Drums), Cameron Perry (Bass)

The Shining (1980)
“The first time I saw this I felt uncomfortable the entire time. Jack Nicholson killed it.” – Jeff

Evil Dead (1981)
“I hadn’t seen a film this gory and fucked up in so long that it immediately became one of my favorites. It feels good to watch…in a weird way. – Zach

Saw (2004)
“I think Saw changed the game in horror movies and became one of the most gruesome series to date. – Ryan

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
“One of the best horror movies ever. The fact that it was based on a true story revolving around Ed Gein freaked me out the most. – Cameron

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
“This was one of my favorite movies growing up. I dressed up as Freddy Krueger every Halloween for 10 years straight. – Ryan

Trick ‘r Treat (2007)
“The way the movie follows multiple storylines that keep intertwining [is] fucking brilliant. All around great horror movie. – Zach

Signs (2002)
“Sometimes the scariest movies are the ones that don’t let you see the antagonist until the very end. Signs did this perfectly and is one of my favorite movies for that very reason. – Jeff

The Fourth Kind (2009)
“I thought the way the movie was shot was tight. I thought it was eerie how they used ancient religions to bring out characteristics in the aliens. – Cameron

Jeepers Creepers (2001)
“At the time when I first saw this movie I had a huge fear of anything involving my eye balls, so needless to say this film really fucked with me. – Brandon

The Ring (2002)
“I wasn’t able to be in a room with a static TV for months. – Brandon


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