The 8 Best Horror Movies of 1966

In our list of the best horror movies in 1966 we have Dracula - Prince of Darkness, Wolfman, The, Daimajin & Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter. The top movie is Dracula - Prince of Darkness scoring 8/10 stars in our movie review and has an average user score of 6.2/10 stars from 13 users. Starring in this 1966 movie is Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Fred Wood, George Woodbridge, Barbara Shelley. The second best 1966 horror movie is Wolfman, The scoring 7/10 stars in our movie review and has an average user score of 6/10 stars from 5 users. These are the best horror films of 1966 and we hope you enjoy the 4 movies in our list of 1966 horror movies.

List of 1966 Horror Films

Dracula - Prince of Darkness (1966)

Dracula - Prince of Darkness 1966
Our Score: 8/10   IMDB Score: 6.7/10

Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Fred Wood, George Woodbridge, Barbara Shelley - Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966) is a British horror movie from Hammer Films that was wonderfully executed by director Terence Fisher (Horror of Dracula (1958), The Curse of Frankenstein (1957), The…

Wolfman, The (1966)

Wolfman, The 1966
Our Score: 7/10   IMDB Score: 7.2/10

Ralph Bellamy, Claude Rains, Warren William, Patric Knowles, Maria Ouspenskaya - This movie represents Universal Horror at its finest. This movie has the perfect formula. Short, Simple, and Scary. The good acting doesn't hurt either. This black and white beauty gives us spooky…


Daimajin (1966)

Daimajin 1966
Our Score: 4/10   IMDB Score: 6.8/10

Tatsuo Endô, Hideo Kuroki, Akira Shiga, Jun Fujimaki, Jun Ôsugi - On a mountaintop in Japan rests a giant stone statue. Evildoers beware, for whenevever the oppressed cry to the heavens for salvation and innocent lives are threatened the stone champion of justice will…

Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966)

Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter 1966
Our Score: 4/10   IMDB Score: 2.9/10

John Lupton, Duke Fishman, Rayford Barnes, Roger Creed, Narda Onyx - To begin with, this one shot wonderless piece of hackneyed film-flam is not worth the time it takes to rent it from Netflix. Until you listen to Joe Bob Briggs, that is. The commentary is a redeeming…


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