Three 6 Mafia’s DJ Paul Names Top 5 Horror Flicks Of All-Time

Three 6 Mafia’s DJ Paul Names Top 5 Horror Flicks Of All-Time

In celebration of today being Halloween, Three 6 Mafia‘s DJ Paul has named his top five favorite horror movies of all-time.

One of Paul’s favorites is the long-running Saw horror movie series.

“They don’t make good scary movies anymore. But I gotta give these guys their credit. That is the best scary movie that came out lately, to me. It was such a clever idea. I would have given it #1, but it can’t beat out the classics. Saw is definitely in my top.” (Hip Hop Wired)

Paul also said a 1982 horror flick called Pieces is listed in his Top 5.

“Its about a dude whose mom died, and he is so in love with his her that he goes out and kills people and uses their parts to recreate her. So if a broad has the similar tits and arms as his mom’s he kills her and sews the parts together. He sews together a whole body and put one of his mom’s old dresses on it.” (Hip Hop Wired)

Paul revealed a scary movie called Tourist Trap was a strong must-have for his list.

“I don’t like horror movies where people have special powers but I’m going to let this movie slide. It’s about a dude who owns a wax museum out in the woods. He owns a service station too. He tricks people that stop at the gas station into visiting the museum. He has powers to make the wax people come to life. He puts on this mask and wig and runs through there killing people with this crazy looking ^ss suit on. It’s good.” (Hip Hop Wired)

After naming Friday the 13th Part 2 as his fourth favorite, Paul said the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre was his last top horror movie.

“It was based off a true story. I like true stuff. I hate sh*t like Freddy Krueger. Aint nobody fittin to come kill you in no f^cking dream. I also like the way it was shot. Even though it was old school, it was shot real cheap looking and low budget. That gave it even more of a scarier feel, because it was so dark. The lead girl, she acted her ^ss off. I will never forget when I was young and saw the original commercial. It showed a part at the end where he was chasing her through the trees, and he was so close to her that he could have threw the chain saw and killed her. It’s just the way they shot it. That big ol’ dude with that chain saw and that apron on. That sh*t was crazy.” (Hip Hop Wired)

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