Top 20 Lost Horror Movies

Top 20 Lost Horror Movies

Lost shows, Films, and Movies is kinda a disturbing topic for me, even in this Top 20 list. Even if its a kids show, the idea that something can be lost has this empty feeling and almost demoinic stigma attached to it. The idea that we may be facing the unknown has always truly horrified me. Now what happens when you have lost Media that… for lack of a better term was supposed to horrify you and yet you where not allowed to see it. Well that’s why we have the Top 20 Lost Horror Movies.

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https://www.youtube.com/user/blameitonjorge

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Writers-
Blameitonjorge
Meghan- did most of the work
ThatCreepyReading

Editors-
Jamison Nickles
ThatCreepyReading
Blameitonjorge

Social Media-

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Music-
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50 Responses to Top 20 Lost Horror Movies

  1. Jack Rabbit says:

    "maybe it’s best they stay buried" OH OKAY YEAHHH you’re fucking creepy

  2. Dnekar says:

    I like letsreads voice.

  3. Puppet String Productions says:

    Great video! Some of the facts are wrong though, for instance the 1946 remake of The Cat Creeps is not lost, you just can’t get it on DVD, and the 1964 version of The First Men in the Moon is not lost and you CAN get it on DVD

  4. Jesse Keller says:

    i wonder if there were any actual pro wrestlers who played in this?

  5. Guardian Evan says:

    there is lost test footage from the original frankenstein 1931 film
    The star of the original movie was Borris Karloff but Universal wanted Bela Lugosi (the man who played Dracula and made the hungarian accent vampire so popular) to play the monster there was test footage but it is now lost
    He went on to play the monster in 1942s Frankenstein meets the WolfMan

  6. Cory Williams says:

    I remember the SANTO GOLD late night infomercials. LOL

  7. Oneidman says:

    I have the same tarot deck (the "Sacred Rose" tarot) as they used in "Cards of Death".

  8. Charlie scene says:

    Man. That third guy is annoying. It sucks because i spent a third of this video looking at subtitles whithout sound now.

  9. James Campbell says:

    what No London After Midnight it should have been #1

  10. california236 says:

    "8 HOURS!" – Louise Belcher

  11. Trinity Milos says:

    Can we possibly find some of these horror movies and watch them?

  12. Specctre says:

    Jesus, cut that intro in half dude

  13. mrssie1223 says:

    I just found this channel this morning. I love it! ๐Ÿ˜€ It has a great group of narrators (Love you!! Lets Read!), and awesome, unique subject matters. New subscriber here. ;D I can’t wait to binge watch all of your videos so I can catch up! ;D

  14. Death Shot Wrestling says:

    8:55 "tradegy"

  15. Cory Williams says:

    Generally, I am enjoying your content. However, one thing that would help considerably and give your material that much more polish and professionalism would be to please take the time to find out the proper pronunciation of certain words before getting in front of the microphone. For example, Jorge, the German silent film director whose name you mispronounced "Murnay" is F.W. Murnau (pronounced Mur-NOW) (most recently portrayed by John Malkovich opposite Willem Dafoe’s Max Schreck in the 2000 film SHADOW OF THE VAMPIRE, a fictionalized recount of Murnau making his 1922 silent classic NOSFERATU, the first (and unofficial) film version of Bram Stoker’s DRACULA).

  16. meekrob says:

    It’s SANTO Gold, which you should’ve grasped from the fucking song that you included in the video.

    Also, there was precisely zero hysteria over Welles’s War of the Worlds broadcast.

  17. like George says:

    what is the wrestling movie called

  18. Kenneth Bryan says:

    How can you leave out a truly lost holy grail of lost movies (in any category) London After Midnight?

  19. Adam Jones says:

    There is a movie I’ve been trying to find for a very long time. If someone knows the title please message me. What I remember: The main character was hired to track down an 8mm film; the film showed an angel with its wings broken off and anyone who watched it became homicidal and suicidal. Haven’t got much more…would love to find this again

  20. steverlfs says:

    Why was London After Midnight forgotten?

  21. Fright Matinee says:

    Disappointed that London after midnight from 1927 isn’t on here.

  22. Paul Long says:

    Wasn’t that Kevin Sullivan in Blood Circus?

  23. Joemoebob! says:

    27:10 Well, that threw me off for a second.

  24. Nevaeh Beal says:

    Even Though The Movies Are Lost, It Honestly Makes You Wonder Where They Got The Footage From..

  25. Patricia Roysdon says:

    Greed was 8 hours long??? No wonder it got lost…I can see why it was cut to 2 1/2 hours.

  26. Lana's Marijuana says:

    stop yelling

  27. Addison Mann says:

    The nazis weren’t in power till 1933…the first world war was still going on in 1915. There’s no way The Golem could’ve been nazi propaganda.

  28. Sheogorath says:

    Monkey see monkey kill

  29. The Random Annon says:

    *I always read your name as "Tarnations"*

  30. Todd Sundell says:

    No, it was Santo Gold!

  31. John Killion says:

    Blood Circus: Aliens invade Earth and fight American and Russian wrestlers? Sounds like they could just as well have challenged Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny to a game of basketball.

  32. Skinny Zach Films says:

    Hm. Great video… Sort of shocked you guys didn’t mention that one of the guys that worked on "Mickey Mouse in Vietnam" was Adam Savage’s father… Adam Savage. The guy from MYTH BUSTERS.

  33. Jd McLane says:

    Great idea for more movies to try to find. The voice over is a bit affected and over dramatic. Also… You keep mispronouncing Santo Gold… You are saying Santano Gold for some reason.

  34. CrazyUndertaleGamer Pokemon says:

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  35. Elizabeth Kelly says:

    Dead Claim? Haha, I think you mispronounced "Dead Calm which mysteriously is the premise for the movie Dead Calm with Billy Zane, Sam Elliot and Nicole Kidman.

  36. Andrew Steadman says:

    Go and Get it was found until a copy was found in italy.

  37. Slug Studios says:

    Top three got to be Narcissus Nutjob, London After Midnight and While Paris Sleeps. Doug Bracket from Mindrazor mag did a great piece about the discovery of a short clip from Narcissus Nutjob, just wish we had more than 40 seconds of the movie

  38. SimarisHunter says:

    What is the name of the ending song?

  39. Daniel Gore says:

    El alimento del miedo (1994) – Mexican horror film based on "La Tamalera"

  40. Hidden Masquerade says:

    Children of Lonliness reminds me of the German film Different from the Others but this film sympathetically portrays homosexuality, even though one of the characters commit suicide (even though it was because of his tarnished reputation).

    One line even says: "It is not wrong, nor should it be a crime. Indeed, it is not even an
    illness, merely a variation, and one that is common to all of nature."

    This film came out (haha) in 1919! But only one copy of the film exists today, since all other prints were destroyed by the Nazis.

  41. Friday the 13th says:

    The Monster of Frankenstein (1920) sounds like a great film based off reviews, maybe even the best Frankenstein film ever.

  42. Madison McNeal says:

    I’m glad some of these movies have disappeared some of them had terrible plots good riddance ๐Ÿ˜‚

  43. bard icus says:

    This title is a paradox that is represented by the video itself. Cool though..

  44. James Campbell says:

    what No London After Midnight it should have been #1

  45. swartzwald1 says:

    The nazis did not exist in 1915 and did not take power until the early to mid 1930s.
    Also many of these are not horror films.

  46. 0000 says:

    Idk what the fuck your talking about I was having a great time at 10 watching beavis and butthead and wwf on USA late at nite before there was internet

  47. Mark Drinkard says:

    Santo ,, not santano gee, learn to read

  48. Michael Borel says:

    I remember seeing that infomercial for Blood Circus. I couldn’t tell if it was for a real movie or just a weird promotion for Santo Gold jewelry. It was a very strange infomercial.

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