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2) Tucker & Dale vs Evil (2010) Tucker & Dale vs Evil is one of those movies that's basically of a spoof of the genre by designa bunch of teens believe that two dim-witted friends, the titular Tucker and Dale, are the kind of serial killers teens in these movies would usually find in the woods. But surprise surprise: they're just goofballs. But, as you can expect, crazy things do happen. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Trailers@Youtube

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3) Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982) These movies aren't all necessarily funny on purpose. Friday The 13th Part III is by no means a good movie. But it might be the most fun to watch of any movie on this list. Watch this cheaply-made junk with a few friends, some beer, maybe some pizza, and it's a guaranteed fun time. Don't even feel ashamed talking over the movie. That's what this is here for. Bonus? It's the first movie that saw the mythic murderer Jason Voorhees actually sport his iconic hockey mask. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Forever Horror Video Archive@Youtube

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4) Get Out (2017) The only movie on this list to win an Academy Award (Jordan Peele took home the trophy for Best Original Screenplay), Get Out is one of the very best movies of the 2010s. Not only is it a brilliantly crafted horror/thriller film that examines important real world themes and issues (Peele himself calls it a "social thriller"), but it's got a lot of moments that will make you really laugh too. What can you expect from the man who started on MadTV and brought you half a decade of Key & Peele? Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Trailers@Youtube

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5) Us (2019) Yup! Jordan Peele's second movie is every bit as good (and utterly engrossing) as his first, and with an absolutely amazing Lupita Nyong'o lead performance for good measure. Like Get Out, Us also has a number of moments that will really crack you up (a few of which come from the always funny Tim Heidecker , always a welcomed presence in weird movies/shows). Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Universal Pictures@Youtube

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6) The Cabin in the Woods (2012) From director Drew Goddard (Netflix's Daredevil, Bad Times at the El Royale) and Joss Whedon (The Avengers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly) comes The Cabin in the Woods, one of the most fun horror movies for fans of the genre. I would tell you more about this one, but trust me when I say that it's absolutely imperative to know as little as possible when you start your first watch. The cast features a pre-Thor Chris Hemsworth, and some very fun turns from character actor favorites Richard Jenkins and Bradley Whitford (who also kills it in Get Out). Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Lionsgate Movies@Youtube

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7) Slice (2018) We're going to keep it very basic with this one. Chance the Rapper, in his feature film debut, as some sort of pizza delivery guy werewolf. Zazie Beetz (Atlanta, Deadpool 2) and Stranger Things legend Joe Keery also star. Do not overthink this. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube A24@Youtube

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8) Midsommar (2019) Midsommar is simultaneously one of the creepiest movies and one of the very funniest on the list, though we must warn youthis is a very different type of humor than some other entries. Most of your laughs with Midsommar will come through awkward on-screen microaggression, or when thinking to yourself "what the fuck is happening right now?" Up front, we'll just let you know its about a group of young people going to a festival in Sweden that they don't know very much about. And, well, they end up learning quite a bit about that festival. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube A24@Youtube

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9) Zombieland (2009) Zombieland isn't scary, but the zombie genre and the horror genre very much go hand-in-hand, so we're including it on this list. Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin are all extremely fun to watch. A sequel, Zombieland: Double Tap also came out last year with the original foursome all returning. That also works. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Sony Pictures Entertainment@Youtube

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10) Broken Lizard's Club Dread (2004) You love these guys in Super Troopers and Beerfest. Here, the same gang takes on the slasher genre in the very underrated spoof Club Dread. Turn your brain off for this one and have a blast. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Classic Trailers@Youtube

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11) Shaun of the Dead (2004) Shaun of the Dead might just be the best movie of the pure horror/comedy genre we've got going here. It's not scary scary, but it's an early entry from Edgar Wright, who's since become one of the industry's most exciting directors (behind movies like Baby Driver and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World). It's a zombie movie that will legitimately have you on the edge of your seat, but never takes itself all that seriously. This is his first in the "Three Flavours Cornetto" with Wright and starring Simon Pegg, also including Hot Fuzz and The World's End. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Classic Trailers@Youtube

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12) Happy Death Day (2017) Imagine Groundhog Day, but with a sorority girl who keeps dying over and over again, and needs to solve her own murder to make it stop. From Blumhouse (who makes quite a few movies that fit this horror/comedy mix), this is one of the best on the list. Also, don't sleep on its 2019 sequel Happy Death Day 2 U. Fingers crossed that some day it becomes a trilogy! Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Trailers@Youtube

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13) What We Do In The Shadows (2014) What We Do In The Shadows, which takes the 'Mockumentary' format (think The Office, or, more accurately, Best In Show or Spinal Tap), and follows vampires acclimating to mundane human life. The moviewhich both co-stars and was co-directed by Flight of the Conchords star Jemaine Clement and Academy Award winner Taika Waititi was such a success that it's since inspired an FX series that's critically acclaimed in its own right. Stream the Movie Here Stream the Show Here See the original post on Youtube Madman Films@Youtube

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14) Ready or Not (2019) As a commentary on the upper/wealthy class, Ready or Not is the perfect companion piece to one of 2019's most beloved movies, Rian Johnson's Knives Out. Where that one is a whodunit, Ready or Not is more of a straight-up escape-the-mansion horror/thriller. Except it's always got you on the edge of your seat, and is also very funny. Samara Weaving (Hollywood) owns the movie, but Adam Brody (The O.C.) also has a great turn as a douchebag brother-in-law. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube SearchlightPictures@Youtube

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15) Army of Darkness (1993) Army of Darkness is the third of horror legend Sam Raimi's Evil Dead movies, and granted that it finds its protagonist, Ash, (played by Bruce Campbell) catapulted back in time and with a CHAINSAW where his arm should be, well, it's pretty funny too. No one balances scares and laughs better than Mr. Raimi. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube ScreamFactoryTV@Youtube

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16) Drag Me To Hell (2009) 16 years and 3 Spider-Man movies later, and Sam Raimi returned to his horror roots with Drag Me To Hell, a movie that so perfectly fits on this list. As scary and chilling as any other horror movie you'll see, it's also got that Raimi charm of keeping you on your toes with surrealist humor that simply can't be resisted. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube ScreamFactoryTV@Youtube

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17) The Mummy (1999) The Mummy series that started in the '90swith this movie, but also The Mummy Returnswas an absolute blast. Maybe not funny, funny, but 1999 Brendan Fraser (who's having a great 2020 comeback in Doom Patrol ) now had the kind of likable, witty, leading man charisma that a Ryan Reynolds has today. The Mummy is scaryits titular creatures literally suck the life out of people. But the cast of Fraser, Rachel Weisz, and John Hannah help to keep things light, and very fun. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube YouTube Movies@Youtube

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18) Slither (2006) Fans of Guardians of the Galaxy might be surprised to learn that before getting involved in the Marvel world (and soon DC too), James Gunn directed some very out there genre movies. One of those was Slither, a campy, transformation horror that saw an infestation of giant slugs that make people transform into grotesque creatures. With a cast led by Nathan Fillion and Elizabeth Banks, this movie is just fun. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube ScreamFactoryTV@Youtube

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19) Planet Terror (2007) Originally a part of one double-feature film called Grindhouse when it was released in theaters, Planet Terror was Robert Rodriguez' contribution to the fun. This campy-on-purpose horror/thriller features Rose McGowan as a woman who's LEG gets replaced with a very large MACHINE GUN. This is some special stuff. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Classic Trailers@Youtube

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20) Death Proof (2007) And then there's the other half of the Grindhouse double-feature, directed by Quentin Tarantino. Death Proof marked Tarantino's first collaboration with Kurt Russell, and it's one that proved to be a great working relationshipthe pair have since worked together on Hateful 8 and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood . Russell plays Death Proof's villain here, a psychopath who tortures groups of women with his indestructible Dodge Challenger. Like Planet Terror, it's not aiming for any big statementjust leaning into its inherent pulp. And it's a blast. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Classic Trailers@Youtube

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21) Young Frankenstein (1974) This Mel Brooks classic may not have literally invented the genre, but it's one of the earliest and most perfect horror-comedies out there. 1974! Frankenstein's monster and Gene Wilder, on screen together, making people bend over laughing. One of the most perfect movies on this list. If you somehow haven't seen it, it's time to change that. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube wichitaorpheum@Youtube

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22) Snakes on a Plane (2006) OK, so this movie might not be funny as much as it's just stupid. But it's worth watch for one of Samuel L. Jackson's most iconic lines ever . Or you can just watch the clip of it on YouTube. Either works. Want another fun fact? This movie also inspired a very classic mid-2000s pop-punk anthem from Cobra Starship . Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips@Youtube

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23) Tremors (1990) The first Tremors movie is such a fun classic that it eventually spawned many, many sequels, and even a few straight-to-video films and TV series attempts. Kevin Bacon leads with a real movie star gusto here. Giant worms in the ground. The franchise doesn't introduce the monsters called "ass blasters" until Tremors 3, but there's plenty more fun on the way there. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips@Youtube

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24) It Follows (2014) It Follows is a truly brilliant movie, and might still stand the test of time as one of the best of the 'Art House Horror' subgenre. But on top of this movie by David Robert Mitchell being beautifully-shot and perfectly-acted, it's also got some very funny moments as the heroes take on a villain that never really has a physical form. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Indie@Youtube

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25) Beetlejuice (1988) Beetlejuice has kind of a Silence of the Lambs Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter thing going on. I realized in a relatively recent watch of the movie that the titular Beetlejuice character actually isn't even in the movie all that much. But his scenes are so funny, and so damn memorable, that it's whats elevated this movie to classic status. Michael Keaton is that good. It helps, too, that Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, and Winona Ryder are three more legitimate movie stars to anchor the rest of the movie. Nonetheless, this movie has already proven a timeless classic for both creepy and comedy reasons. Constantly rewatchable. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Classic Trailers@Youtube

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26) Ghostbusters (1984) Yeah, you know this one. The 2016 remake wasn't half bad, and if it wasn't for COVID-19 we'd be getting ready for a new Ghostbusters movie with Finn Wolfhard from Stranger Things and Paul Rudd. But nothing beats the classic. Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, and Dan Aykroyd are untouchable. Plus, Horror fans are rewarded with the familiar sight of Alien icon Sigourney Weaver. Just remember: don't cross the streams. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Movieclips Classic Trailers@Youtube

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27) Evolution (2001) Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman tried to recreate his sci-fi/horror comedy luck with 2001's Evolution, and....it totally worked! This movie never became a big hit or franchise like Ghostbusters did (though it did briefly inspire an animated series), but it's a super funny comedy adventure about weird aliens invading from outer space. The cast is great, and also very, very 2001: David Duchovny, Julianne Moore, Seann William Scott, and Orlando Jones. Love it. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube YouTube Movies@Youtube

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28) The Dead Don't Die (2019) This slow-paced Zombie comedy from Indie director Jim Jarmusch has one of the greatest casts you'll ever see for a movie like this: Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Chlo Sevigny, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Rosie Perez, Selena Gomez, The RZA, and Tom Waits are among the many involved in this Zombie movie that's a little different from most others on the list due to the sensibilities of its uniquely artistic director. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Focus Features@Youtube

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29) Attack The Block (2011) This movie starring pre-Star Wars John Boyega is pure fun. Using his real English accent, Boyega leads a team that protects his London housing project from aliens that rain down from the skies above. In fact, J.J. Abrams once supposedly told Boyega (before casting him in The Force Awakens) "I loved you in 'Attack the Block,' I'm going to find you something." So here's your chance to check out how that all started. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube Sony Pictures Entertainment@Youtube

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30) Horns (2013) Horns isn't necessarily going to make you laugh aloud a whole lot, but this story of a nice guy who one day woke up with inexplicable demonic horns on his forehead is fun and shows a good bit of horror along with its nice tone. It never quite matches the book of the same name written by Joe Hill , but it's a fun, quick entry in the horror-comedy canon with a great leading performance from Daniel Radcliffe nonetheless. Stream It Here See the original post on Youtube FilmIsNow Movie Trailers@Youtube