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Because we are obsessed with the mystery, Solarwinds of classic horror, we can’t help but wonder: What if modern audiences weren’t as afraid of their first ghouls-n-gore experience as we are? Perhaps there was a time when fear of the dark was considered a normal — if overused — response to the unknown, and not an excuse to go see scary movies. Alternatively, do you know why so many mainstream filmmakers still keep creating killer sequels, movie tie-ins and prequels? When did you last see your friend Ozzie in The Mummy? In this terrifying new Special Edition of MONDAY MORNING SCARY Flicks, host Devin Kelley takes you inside the world of classic horror with interviews from some of our favorite filmmakers and members of the cast. From John Carpenter to James Wan to panzer counter VIDEOS HERE . Let’s get down to business: Here’s what we learned about classic monsters from the Special Edition of MONDAY MORNING SCARY Flicks.

“The Sixties”

The good, the bad and the the middle — that’s the Sixties. A time of great creativity, excess and out-of-control technology — let’s be real, we’re talking about the ‘60s here. Sure, TheMitchell Vehicle was a classic, but a decade of sex, drugs, rock and roll and silly, silly humor also follows. The decade also saw the beginning of theEND, when all of this science-fiction-and-horror-fantasy died hard.

“The 80’s”

The 80s are a tricky decade to track down classic films. We don’t really know when TheGodfather: Part 2 was made, or when Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was released, but we do know he’s a classic. The good, the bad and the middle are all 80s movies, and we’re lucky enough to have a special issue of MONDAY MORNING SCARY Flicks dedicated to that decade.

The ‘00s

The ‘00s is a tough decade to track down classic films because it’s so darn similar to the ‘60s. In fact, the first film the Superhero Squad arrives in, TheDark Knight, was released in theaters in the same year! The ‘00s also saw the release of the first thrilling, action-filled and very scary film in the Resident Evil series, and the first installments of the Harry Potter series. Plus, the year also saw the return of the “older” series, Se7en, which was made in 1976.

The ‘10s

The ‘10s is the decade of nostalgia, and the return of the classic series, Se7en, and Harry Potter. Plus, a lot of classic films were released in theaters in the same year as Se7en, 1976.

The ‘20s

The ‘20s is a tough decade to track down classic films because it’s so darn similar to the ‘60s. Plus, when we finally get a chance to see our modern-day heroes in the dimension-hopping, time-traveling, mystical-comic-strip-combo-opera, we’re even more excited about what we remember from that decade.

The ‘30s

The ‘30s is also a tough decade to track down classic films because it’s so darn similar to the ‘60s. Plus, a lot of classic films were released in theaters in the same year as the “ Older “ was released, 1976.

The ‘40s

The ‘40s is also a tough decade to track down classic films because it’s so darn similar to the ‘60s. Plus, when we finally get a chance to see our modern-day heroes in the dimension-hopping, time-traveling, mystical-comic-strip-combo-opera, we’re even more excited about what we remember from that decade.

The ‘50s

The ‘50s is also a tough decade to track down classic films because it’s so darn similar to the ‘60s. Plus, when we finally get a chance to see our modern-day heroes in the dimension-hopping, time-traveling, mystical-comic-strip-combo-opera, we’re even more excited about what we remember from that decade.

The ‘60s

The ‘60s is also a tough decade to track down classic films because it’s so darn similar to the ‘60s. Plus, when we finally get a chance to see our modern-day heroes in the dimension-hopping, time-traveling, mystical-comic-strip-combo-opera, we’re even more excited about what we remember from that decade.

Conclusion

The ‘60s was a time of great innovation, excess and out-of-control technology. With a few adjustments, you could be living in 1950 and enjoy the same degree of protection as your current self. The ‘60s also saw the advent of the end, when all of this science-fiction-and-horror-fantasy died hard.

The ‘60s also saw the start of theEND, when all of this science-fiction-and-horror-fantasy was meant to be discarded and replaced with a much more realistic, compelling and useful brand of storytelling.

In fact, the ‘60s was so great that it almost didn’t make the cut for this list. So, without further adieu, here are the Restricted Releases of the ‘60s.

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