The 8 Best Horror Movies of 1968

In our list of the best horror movies in 1968 we have Night of the Living Dead, Rosemary's Baby, Dracula Has Risen From The Grave & Ghosts of Hanley House. The top movie is Night of the Living Dead scoring 8/10 stars in our movie review and has an average user score of 8.1/10 stars from 541 users. Starring in this 1968 movie is Robert Harvey, Rudy Ricci, Bill 'Chilly Billy' Cardille, William Mogush, Tony Pantanella. The second best 1968 horror movie is Rosemary's Baby scoring 8/10 stars in our movie review and has an average user score of 7.4/10 stars from 172 users. These are the best horror films of 1968 and we hope you enjoy the 4 movies in our list of 1968 horror movies.

List of 1968 Horror Films

Night of the Living Dead (1968)

Night of the Living Dead 1968
Our Score: 8/10   IMDB Score: 8.0/10
+81% Like of 541 votes

Robert Harvey, Rudy Ricci, Bill 'Chilly Billy' Cardille, William Mogush, Tony Pantanella - Zombie infestation starts after a satellite crashes back to earth then emits radiation thus bring back the dead as walking dead zombie flesh eaters. Survivors end up retreating to a lonely farmhouse to…

Rosemary's Baby (1968)

Rosemary's Baby 1968
Our Score: 8/10   IMDB Score: 8.0/10
+74% Like of 172 votes

Ralph Bellamy, Elisha Cook Jr., Maurice Evans, Phil Leeds, Mia Farrow - A loving New York couple is expecting their first baby, however Rosemary's husband makes a pact with the devil to send his career skyward.


Dracula Has Risen From The Grave (1968)

Dracula Has Risen From The Grave 1968
Our Score: 8/10   IMDB Score: 6.6/10
+67% Like of 6 votes

Christopher Lee, Michael Ripper, George A. Cooper, Christopher Cunningham, Norman Bacon - What a good movie on the subject of Dracula. Scary. But not guts and blood every where scary. Just right. Lee`s voice is all that is needed to be a scary Dracula. Better than Bela Lugosi`s Dracula. That…

Ghosts of Hanley House (1968)

Ghosts of Hanley House 1968
Our Score: 1/10   IMDB Score: 4.3/10
+60% Like of 5 votes

Elsie Baker, Barbara Chase, Wilkie de Martel, Roberta Reeves, Cliff Scott - Alpha decided that this old B & W public domain haunted house yarn would be improved with the addition of solarized color sequences and superimposed lightning, plus obnoxious and ineptly applied "spooky"…


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