"Here's Johnny!" It's not a line from The Tonight Show -- it's from one of the scariest movies ever made. Take the quiz to see if you know the film.
In the 1973 horror classic "The Exorcist," Linda Blair is possessed by the devil, turning her head completely around and turning some stomachs as well, prompting some theaters to pass out "Exorcist barf bags."
The third of the installment of Saw films, this scary flick includes plenty of gratuitous torture scenes.
Jack Nicholson stars as Jack Torrance in "The Shining."
Even the trees kill the teens in "The Evil Dead," who've traveled to a cabin in the woods, where they unknowingly release flesh-possessing demons.
"Silence of the Lambs" took home five Oscars in 1991, including Best Picture.
"A Nightmare on Elm Street" is set in the fictional town of Springwood, Ohio.
Like every psycho thriller, a group of teens in rural Texas pick up a hitchhiker in "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," and, well, you can imagine how well this story ends.
"Ringu" (later remade as "The Ring" in the United States) is the highest-grossing horror film in Japanese history.
The script for the "Blair Witch Project" was simply an outline because the film's writers wanted the dialogue to be improvised by the actors.
George Romero's 1968 black-and-white classic was remade in color by director Tom Savini.
Damien's nanny jumps off the roof and hangs herself at his 5th birthday to bring about the end of days.
Rosemary's Baby has earned rave reviews from film critics, won numerous awards, including an Oscar, and is considered one of the greatest American horror films ever made.
The movie was essentially a horror film set in space.
The Australian film was a crowd favorite at the Sundance Film Festival in 2014.
It was actually "Carrie," which was released in 1976. "The Shining" wasn't released until 1980.
"The Witch" is Robert Eggers' directorial debut that mixes religious faith and maximum terror.
He was actually hospitalized for killing his sister.
"The Sixth Sense" was a super creepy film about Cole Sear, played by Hayley Joel Osment, talking to the dead.
"Scream's" smart-mouth, pop culture-fluent teenagers live in the fictional town of Woodsboro, Calif., where they're being knocked off one-by-one by Ghostface Killer.
There have actually only been 12; the first was 1980's "Friday the 13th" and the most recent was 2009's "Friday the 13th."
In the "Poltergeist" trilogy, supernatural ghosts are attracted to Carol Anne and communicate with her through the television.
True! The iconic "Here's Johnny" scene, in which Jack Nicholson's character peeps through a hole he just made with an axe, made pulse rates rise more than any other scene in the study.
It's hard to forget the massive teeth and that hypnotic score of "Jaws."
Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho shower scene is one of the most studied of film editing ever; there are at least 70 edits in a total of just 45 seconds.
The vampires' green blood was more odd than scary.
Thee award actually went to Neve Campbell for Best Actress.
Spielberg was supposedly so spooked by "Paranormal Activity," he had to turn it off halfway through and finish watching it during daylight hours.
Rob Zombie was actually the writer and director for the 2007 release of Halloween.
Craven appears as the school janitor, and he's dressed exactly like Freddy Krueger.
Said by John Doe in "Se7en," the film about the murderous character obsessed with the seven deadly sins.