The Exorcist, Jaws, Halloween and Friday the 13th have been named among the top 10 horror films of all time by the curator of a new Hollywood Museum exhibit.
Memorabilia from the films selected by entertainment journalist Tom O'Neil will be shown at the Chamber of Horrors exhibit, housed at the famous museum.
Film expert O'Neil includes silver screen classics like 1963's The Haunting and The Mummy from 1932 among the top 10 Halloween film frights.
His list also includes Nightmare on Elm Street, Psycho, The Shining and The Silence of the Lambs.
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