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Andrew Buckland: My All Time Top 5 Horror Films
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Andrew Buckland was praised for amazing artistry on Ford v. Ferrari, which earned him the
Oscar for Best Film Editing. Buckland is also known for his work on The Girl on the
Train
(2016) and Get on Up (2014).

“I don’t consider myself a horror person per se, but these films I feel transcend the
genre,” Buckland told us about his top five horror films. Check out the list below.

1
The Ring
1998
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“This one terrified me and I never forgot it.”

2
Audition
1999
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“This director is a master of taking a familiar story arc and subverting it into a nightmare.”

3
The Thing
1982
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“Again, a great monster but also a story about people dealing with nightmarish situations believably.”

4
Alien
1979
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“For a monster film, this is one of the best not to mention the character portrayals and atmosphere.”

5
The Shining
1980
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“What can I say? This could have been in my top 5 of all-time.”

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