I've had a fascination for horror films since I was a teenager, when I watch the original Evil Dead at a friend's house one night - and my walk home turned into a nervous sprint! But that was a (very) long time ago.
It's so hard keeping up when so many horror movies are released all the time on DVD and at cinemas, and my To Watch pile is growing ever longer. Most of the ones I watch are DVDs I've bought from supermarkets, online, or from second hand shops, or have been recorded from the television. I try to stick to a £3-or-less rule when buying films. I'd like to say it adds to the challenge, but to be honest it doesn't restrict my choice of movie much, it only affects the really recent releases.
I have to admit, I'm also quite partial to a good, cheesy 'bad movie' as much as a decent scary one. Which might explain some of the odder choices in my list. As long as a film is entertaining and fun, I don't mind if it leaves me shaking with laughter rather than fear.
If you want to talk horror with me, please feel free to get in touch. And if you're on twitter and fancy a tweetalong with a movie sometime, tweet me at @doubleagent73.