In this week’s “Time Machine,” Jason and Mickey head over to Flickchart and reveal their Top 10 Horror Movies and highest ranked flicks they haven’t seen.
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In this week’s TRN Time Machine segment sponsored by the RetroDaze YouTube channel, Jason and Mickey revisit their Flickchart rankings and specifically look at their Top 10 Horror Movies. Well, the actual movies classified as horror were broad by Flickchart’s definition so while we talk about some classics, other creature or monster type movies are also included. There were also a few that had us scratching our heads. Still, it’s a fun movie conversation despite what we felt were flaws in the movie categories. Our feedback challenge this week is telling us your Top 5 Horror Movies or your qualms with some of the movies that Flickchart labeled as horror. Tweet us this week at @TRNsocial and we’ll pick our favorite comments to announce on next week’s show.
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