I know there have been threads like this in the past, but the only ones I could find when searching hadn't been posted in for many years, so I might as well make a new one. So what are you top ten favourite movies? You can give a little explanation as to why you love that certain choice if you like, but if not that's cool too. Here are mine: Dog Soldiers: Despite it completely ripping off the plot of Predator but with werewolves instead of aliens, it's still a joy to watch. It's a bit silly, but it also has some fine bad-ass moments. John Carpenter's Halloween: One of the few slashers I can actually sit through. I like how slow and subtle it is, something modern horror is missing entirely. Iron Man: This one is just so much fun, great action and effects, but also some great characterisation and dialogue. I actually prefer it to Nolan's Batman or Brian Singer's X-Men. Transformers: It's everything I expect from a Transformers movie and more, okay so the human scenes are frustrating and the jokes are out of place and badly thought out, but the robots themselves all look spectacular and I like how they each have their own time to shine. The Nightmare Before Christmas: I still remember all the songs, I can remember more or less all of the dialogue and it's one of a few films I watched when I was a kid that still makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside. That and stop-motion is bad-ass. Monty Python and the Holy Grail: There's not one scene that doesn't make me laugh, every joke is well done and pays off well, a rarity in comedies nowadays. Let the Right one in: The best vampire movie I've ever seen, the relationship between Oskar and Eli is very believable and, like Halloween, I love how everything is very subtle and not played for shock value. Also, its refreshing that the vampire isn't an attractive high-school student from California. The original Clash of the Titans: Okay, so it's not up to modern standards of film-making, but I still find it to be enjoyable and epic. It was how I was introduced to Greek mythology as a youngster and I immediately put it on whenever it's on TV, even though I have it on DVD, which I don't usually do. 28 Days Later: It's thrilling, it's captivating, there are plenty of moments that make me think 'Holy F**k!" like the sight of Cilian Murphy walking through an empty London with no one else around, and it stayed fresh in my mind days after seeing it. Kiki's Delivery Service: Oddly, I find this film really relaxing and therapeutic more than anything, I just can't feel negative when watching it, it's very nice, charming and has a loveable protagonist, so I often put it on when I'm feeling awful. EDIT: Honourable mentions since a few of you are listing them: Planet of the Apes (1968), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Wayne's World and Euro-Trip.