Hey, what do you all think qualifies as well-photographed horror film? Aside from some of the more widely-publicized uses of lighting or cinematography in a horror film (such as Luciano Tovoli's work in SUSPIRIA), there are so many modern horror films in which the camerawork plays such an essential role in our appreciation of them altogether. Sometimes the camerawork makes an already great film a classic, makes a mediocre one worth seeing, or makes a more straightforward thriller even more horrifying through effective or atmospheric lighting choices. These are a few of my favorites. Which of these do you all most prefer? I'd love to know what other suggestions you all might have as well.