It's virtually impossible to keep up with what everyone's watching but I just saw Steve Gon's Netflix queue listing: The Black Pit of Dr. M, The Devil Rides Out, Nightmare City, The Unknown (Lon Chaney), It's Alive, Gemini (J-horror), Psycho III, VIY, Blood and Black Lace I'm glad I kind of pushed you into the direction of the first one but I'm surprised you have (I assume) never watched THE DEVIL RIDES OUT (1968) and BLOOD AND BLACK LACE (1964). The former is one of Hammer's best, in my humble opinion and the latter is the zenith of Mario Bava's work and the giallo genre. I wasn't all that crazy about THE UNKNOWN (1927) upon first viewing but have warmed up to it considerably on subsequent viewings. IT'S ALIVE (1974) is the first (and best) of the trilogy and undeniably effective despite the preposterous premise. VIY (1967) is one blind purchase I certainly don't regret and, even if I have yet to give it another spin myself, I feel it's my duty to warn you not to watch the trailer before the main feature...unless you want to spoil the rather splendid climax as it did for me!!