Jason Voorhees of "Friday the 13th"
The title character in “Godzilla” stomps through the Japanese Parliament building in Tokyo in the 1954 debut film. (AP Photo/Toho Co. Ltd., HO)
The silent film "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" (1920) with (from left) Werner Krauss and Conrad Veidt.
Kane (John Hurt) explores the underground chamber in the derelict ship in "Alien" (1979)
Heather Donahue turns the camera on herself during her confession scene from the horror film "The Blair Witch Project." (AP Photo/Artisan Entertainment, file)
British actor Boris Karloff appears in a scene from the 1931 classic film "Frankenstein." (AP Photo/Universal Studios Home Entertainment)
Bela Lugosi portrays Count Dracula in the 1931 film "Dracula." (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, file)
The title character stands atop New York's Empire State Building as he holds an airplane during an attack by fighter planes in a scene from "King Kong." (AP Photo/RKO Radio Pictures)
Jim, played by Cillian Murphy, survives a virus that wipes out most of the Earth's population in "28 Days Later." (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight, Peter Mountain, File)
“Young Frankenstein,” Mel Brooks film
(Left to right) Ed (Nick Frost) and Shaun (Simon Pegg) let nothing stand in their way as they go forth on a zombie killing spree to save the day in Edgar Wright's "Shaun of the Dead." (AP Photo/Rogue Pictures)
The movie poster for 1974's "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" shows Leatherface, the psychotic, chain saw-wielding killer, played by Gunnar Hansen, who got the role while he was a 26-year-old graduate student at the University of Texas. (AP Photo)
Kate Beckinsale reprises her role as vampire warrior Selene in "Underworld: Awakening," the fourth installment of the popular "Underworld" franchise. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Entertainment)
Kristen Stewart, left, and Robert Pattinson star in "Twilight." (AP Photo/Summit Entertainment, Peter Sorel)
The TV show "The Walking Dead" airs at 8 p.m. Sundays on AMC. (AP Photo/AMC, Gene Page)
What is more of a Halloween activity than watching a good old horror movie? Whether it’s a vampire, a zombie, a crazed axe murderer or an alien — nothing feels as satisfying in October as curling up under a blanket with some snacks and watching …