Ebert’s non-list of horror films

Back in October Roger Ebert made an non-list of ten horror films with the fortunate stipulation that they must all be viewable online and for free. So lucky for us he made a convenient watching “list” of some of the most captivating films related to horror cinema. Granted, some of these are only termed horror in retrospect but still established within the cannon, influential to horror filmmakers and audiences alike. And who doesn’t like a little House of Usher action?

The Third Man by Carol Reed
The Beauty and the Beast by Jean Cocteau
Frankenstein by James Whale
Detour by Edgar G. Ulmer
The Fall of the House of Usher by Jean Epstein
M by Frtiz Lang
Nosferatu by F. W. Murnau
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari by Robert Weine
Un Chein Andalou by Luis Bunuel and Salvador Dali
Dracula by Tod Browning