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  1. Ray Nomoto Robison
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    Vampire Camp is one to consider adding to this list. Newer silly horror comedy similar to The Munsters or Ghost in the Invisible Bikini.

  2. ed
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  3. ParusMajor
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    Someone seems to have made a video for Youtube that combines “Young Frankenstein” and the song “Walk This Way”. Check this out, it’s funny: 😀

  4. greg
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    This list is just plain awesome! I was elected to be in charge of the movie selection for get-together I am throwing with a few buddies from my office at DISH, and I was racking my brain for some unique choices until I came across this list. Itâ??s just lucky that I recently rented a few movies from my [email protected] service through DISH, so I can go and swap those out real quick at the Blockbuster store for a few of these flicks. I havenâ??t seen Ghostbusters in ages! Iâ??m so excited!

  5. ParusMajor
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    Nice list. “Young Frankenstein” is hilarious, and I couldn’t agree more with Fred and 5minutes about “Tucker and Dale vs. Evil”. I haven’t actually seen “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein”, I guess I’ll have to watch it. Thanks for the recommendation! 😀

  6. devis
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    The Addams family is masterpiece

  7. Fred
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    Tucker and Dale vs. Evil is awesome, but not enough people have found it yet. If you like this list, you have to go rent it, it’s a fairly new movie.

  8. mark
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    I think The Burbs deserves to be on this list. Plus as much as I love Ghostbusters, its more entertaining then funny. Shaun of the Dead its much funnier which is what the list is supposed to be about. But then that could be because Shaun of the Dead is aimed at a British audience. Overall though good list.

  9. 5minutes
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    A couple of notable omissions:

    1. Tucker and Dale vs. Evil: one of my favorite recent horror comedies. 2 simple hillbillies who just want to vacation at their new lake cabin (it’s a fixer-upper) while a group of teenagers think they’re deranged murderers (and who keep accidentally killing themselves and blaming said hillbillies).

    2. Army of Darkness (aka a bunch of other titles,the longest of which I can find is Evil Dead 3: Bruce Campbell vs. the Army of Darkness): this is my favorite horror flick with tons of action-movie quips that still make their way into my regular conversation.

  10. Little_Sam
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    Young Frankenstein was one of the funniest movies ever made in my opinion. Thank you for including it on your list. For me the movie version The Addams Family was funny at times, but generally missed the mark. Raul Julia just did not have the screwball charm to be a believable Gomez Adams in my view. Although at the time I don’t know who else they could have gotten to play Gomez. The actor that played Lurch was terrible!! In any case, thanks for putting Young Frankenstein at the top of your list.

  11. Jadakiss
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    I’m tired of old ass movies considered good or funny just because they “paved the way.” No they suck.

    1. daniel
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      Speaking of sucking…

      1. ed
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        I see whatcha did there…


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