Creepiest Horror Movies You May Remember That Gave You Nightmares 

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Do you have a thing for horror movies? Well we sure do! There's just something about something wicked and dark lurking around the corner that gets our hearts pumping, and racing. We've decided to go all the way back with this one. That's right, we're compiling a list of the best horror flicks of the groovy period and giving you some insight into what those movies were like over 40 years ago, and trust us, a lot has changed. Here are the best groovy horror movies made between the 1960s and 1970s. 

Black Sunday (1960)

Princess Asa, a convicted witch who is buried alongside her servant/ lover, returns with a vengeance after being discovered by two doctors, two hundred years later. She sets out to possess the body of her beautiful and virginal look-alike descendant. It is not so easy to do with the girl’s brother and a handsome doctor standing in her way.

Eyes Without A Face (1960)

In this story, a father tries to make amends with his daughter in the most sordid ways, after her face had been disfigured in an accident where he was at fault. The father, who worked as a plastic surgeon, with his assistant's help gets rid of the bodies of women whose skin he has flayed to graft onto his daughter’s face. The daughter eventually becomes aware of her father’s doings and feels remorse, but cannot express her emotions behind the white mask that shows only her eyes. 

Peeping Tom (1960)

Loner Mark Lewis is a photographer who enjoys capturing nude pictures of women. He makes it his duty to create an engaging film on fear, when he shows the reactions of the people he murders, and vaguely tells his downstairs neighbor about his creative projects. Lewis is forced to do something when he catches his ‘friend’ who snuck into his apartment, watching his film with horror.