So we spent the last 20 days sharing with you our picks for the Most Iconic Horror Scenes of all time, which are relatively easy, given the actual definition of "iconic," but this Halloween Night we thought we'd toss out twenty ... lesser-known sequences. Cult-style movie moments, one might say. Your contributors on this list are regulars Scott Weinberg and Peter Hall and, once again, Zack Carlson and Lars Nilsen, our buddies from the Alamo Drafthouse who played along with our Horror Sequence Iconography.

As expected, the following twenty scenes are not iconic. They're not even what you'd call ironic. They are, however, some of our very favorite (drum roll please) Cult Scenes of Relative Infamy!
Not Yet Rated1932
In Theaters on February 20th, 1932

Sideshow performers punish a heartless acrobat (Olga Baclanova). Read More

Island of Lost Souls
Not Yet Rated1932
In Theaters on January 12th, 1933

Maker (Charles Laughton) of bestial mutants plots to mate panther-woman. Read More

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Sleepaway Camp
In Theaters on October 19th, 2001

Bunks and the showers are a mad stabber's beat at a summer camp strictly for teens. Read More

Tourist Trap
In Theaters on January 1st, 1979

A vehicle breakdown strands teens near a desert madman's wax museum, full of lifelike dummies. Read More

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Based on 6 critics

The manager (James Woods) of a Toronto cable-TV station tracks an unlisted torture/death show. Read More

In The Mouth Of Madness
In Theaters on February 3rd, 1995

Horror novels drive insurance investigator (Sam Neill) insane. Read More

Not Yet Rated2004
In Theaters on August 20th, 2004

An actress (Miriam Yeung) eats dumplings in an attempt to obtain eternal youth. Read More

Not Yet Rated1994
In Theaters on October 8th, 1994
Night of the Demon
Not Yet Rated1980
In Theaters on October 30th, 2006

Anthropology students have a grisly encounter with a sasquatch. Read More

In Theaters on July 15th, 1977

A killer whale stalks the shark-hunting seafarer who captured his pregnant mate. Read More

From Beyond
In Theaters on July 30th, 2007

A psychiatrist (Barbara Crampton) and a scientist (Jeffrey Combs) test a pineal-gland stimulator. Read More

In Theaters on October 23rd, 1996

Tales spotlight a nagged professor (Hal Holbrook) and a tycoon (E.G. Marshall) with cockroaches. Read More

The Shining
Based on 10 critics

Writer (Jack Nicholson) goes mad with wife (Shelley Duvall), son (Danny Lloyd) at snowbound hotel. Read More

December 10, 2016
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