One of the many individual dioramas that are included in the large collection that Bob Omrod created for his Giant World of Miniatures is dedicated to "40 of the Greatest Horror Films."  Bob has honored some of the most beloved classic horror films of all time, and also called out some more obscure films, in this wonderful piece.  Can't think of all the films on your own?  We have compiled a list of titles honored in this wonderful and bizarre staging. Can you find more?

1. Alligator (1980, man-eating alligator movie)/Lake Placid (1999)

2. Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957)

3. The Black Cat (1934, reinterpretations in 1941, 1962 (Tales of Terror), 1981, 1990)

4. The Blob (1958, remake in 1988)

5. Blood Castle (torture rack, 1970)/Pit and the Pendulum

  Incredible Shrinking Man  footage

Incredible Shrinking Man footage

6. The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962 - head in tray)

7. The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

8. The Creature From the Black Lagoon (1954)/Revenge of the Creature (1955)/The    Creature Walks Among Us (1956)

9. Creepshow (1982, sequels in 1987, 2006)

10.  Cujo (1983, evil dog)

11.  Dracula (1931, sequels and reinterpretations pretty much ever since)

12.  The Fly (1957, sequel Return of the Fly 1958, sequel Curse of the Fly 1965, remake The Fly in 1986, and sequel to the remake The Fly II in 1989)

13.  Frankenstein (1931, sequels and reinterpretations abound!)
14.  Harry Potter Franchise (2001 through 2011 - black owl). 

15.  Gremlins (1984; Gremlins 2: The New Batch sequel in 1990)

16.  House on Haunted Hill (1959) (remake in 1999, with a sequel in 2007)

17.  The Incredible Shrinking Man (little poster on left balcony, 1957)

18.  The Invisible Man (1933)/The Invisible Man Returns (1940) /The Invisible Woman (1940) /Invisible Agent (1942) /The Invisible Man’s Revenge (1944) /Abbot and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (1951)

19.  The Island of Doctor Moreau (1996, mad scientist)

20.  Jaws (1975, sequels 1978, 1983, 1987)

21.  King Kong (1933, 1976, 2005, numerous sequels and reinterpretations -caged gorilla)

22.  The Land That Time Forgot (1975 – numerous other dinosaur films as well)

23.  Masque of the Red Death (1964)

24.  The Mole People (little poster on left balcony, 1956)

25.   The Mummy (1932, reinterpretations or sequels in 1940, 1959, 1999, 2001, 2003…)

26.  Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932, 1971 - caged gorilla)

27.  The Naked Jungle (1954 – man-eating ants)

28.  Phantom of the Opera (1925, 1989, 2004)

29.  The Picture of Dorian Grey (Book published in 1890 by Oscar Wilde, inspired by the Faust story. Numerous cinematic and televised versions of the story have been produced, the first in 1910, up through to the present.)

30.  Psycho (1960, sequels and reinterpretations 1983, 1986, 1990, 1998)

31.  The Raven (1963)

32.  Re-Animator (1985, mad scientist)

33.  Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975, black castle)

34.  The Shadow (1994 - not really horror, but the black suit, hat and cape work)

35.  Sherlock Holmes, The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939)

36.  Silent Night Deadly Night (1984)/Friday the 13th Franchise (1980 – 2009 -axe murderer, top right balcony)

37.  Tarantula (little poster on left balcony, 1955)

38.  Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974, sequels in 1986, 1994, remake 2003, 2006, 2013)

39.  This Island Earth (little poster on left balcony, 1955)

40.  Thriller, with Michael Jackson (1983)

41.  Tombs of the Blind Dead (a/k/a La noche del terror ciego, Spanish, 1971 – knights)

42.  Willard (1972 rat movie)/Ben (1972 rat movie, sequel to Willard)

43.  The Wolfman (little poster on left balcony, 1941, 2010)