I love movies where a bunch of strangers end up in an old mansion under mysterious circumstances (usually lured for a dinner party by an anonymous threatening letter), find themselves locked in and are slowly killed off one by one. Even more, I love movies that parody such movies.
Ten Little Indians (1965)
Clue: The Movie (1985)
Who among us has not enjoyed the board game Clue? This dark comedy takes the wellknown characters, rooms and weapons, throws in a stupendously entertaining Tim Curry as butler Wadsworth, gives the option of three separate endings and comes out with a masterpiece.
Body Count: 7
Murder by Death (1976)
Body Count: "Yes...killed good weekend"
So, if you can't find anything to do on Halloween, a Dinner-Party-Gone-Awry Movie Marathon might be in order? Yes, I think so. Just make sure you're not in a big, old, spooky house