Here is a completely unsolicited list of horror films I enjoy this time of year, some of which you may have never bothered to watch. Go to Video Americain and enjoy.
Cat People (1942)
Wow, the original is great. Not a huge budget, but the scene composition is freaking beautiful and Simone Simon is a dish. More creepy and tantalizing than terrifying. I love it, one of my all time faves in glorious black and white.
White Zombie (1932)
The first ever zombie film and my favorite zombie movie of all time. I realise it is heresy to like a pre-Night of the Living Dead, Haitian Voodoo zombie film, but it rules. Bela Lugosi has some amazing eye brows going on and you get to see an undead powered sugar mill (that makes a bizarre and eerie sound.) Highly recommended.
Island of Lost Souls (1933)
You get Charles Laughton AND Bela Lugosi. All of the remakes of this HG Wells novel blow. This rules. Absolutely worth seeing, especially if you like animals. Very disturbing.
Jesus Christ! I doubt you could make this film today. The first time I watched it, I was on acid, boy was that a mistake! Real circus freaks in principle roles make this a singular experience and you get to see where the Ramones got "Gabba Gabba Hey" from. Watch and be mentally scarred for life. Highest rating.
The Mummy (1932)
Boris Karloff in his best role, as the creepy and sinister Ardeth Bey/Imhotep. Even if this a direct scene for scene rip off of the original Dracula movie, with a script quite possibly plagiarized from a Sir Aurthur Conan Doyle story, you cannot help but fall in love with the villains eyes. In my opinion, the only good mummy film ever made.
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920)
Incredible German Expressionist horror film that inspired the best play I have ever seen in Baltimore (actually at Goucher). Everything about this movie is odd and inspiring (great ideas for Halloween costumes, to perplex your neighbors).