Watch 163 Horror Movies in 2-1/2 minutes with spooky NSFW supercut

Love horror movies but don't have the time to marathon through your favorites? One intrepid editor is here to help with a jaw-dropping assemblage of 163 terrifying flicks that takes only 2.5 minutes to watch.

This outstanding supercut comes to use from YouTube user kidziakandkeogh, who notes that it's actually more than 163 films when you count the moments that appear in two frames or less.

"Also, you may count upwards of 190 different movies...if you do, that means you went through this frame by frame and need to go outside more. The other 28 films, I do not count because they consist of 2 or less frames. I am only counting the films that appear for 3 frames or more."

Among the flicks are all the classics you'd expect, like The Shining, Pyscho, Alien and Rosemary's Baby, along with newer fare like American Pyscho, Jeepers Creepers and Army of Darkness. But this isn't just a simple montage. There's real art and rhythm in this piece, and the rhythm is provided by the weirdly appropriate Black Keys cover of "I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You."

Check it out. It's great for when you need a quick creepout fix, or for when you're trying to convince a friend to give the genre a try.

(YouTube via Roger Ebert)

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