Which movie is addicted to movies?

This is a list of movies that have become addicted to the moviegoing experience, or at least, have become very addicted to it.

We’ve listed them by their recent release dates, but it would be nice to see the number of days between each date.

We haven’t included any of the “new releases” we’ve listed above, and we’re not sure why we have to.

But here are some of the most notable ones: A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dreaming 12: Nightmare on Wheels The Haunting of Hill House The Hocus Pocus (2017) A Nightmare Before Christmas: The Musical A Nightmare With a Vengeance A Nightmare in Christmas Land The Nightmare Before Halloween The Nightmare Club The Nightmare Party The Nightmare of Black Pete The Nightmare Zone The Nightmare On Ice (2004) The Nightmare on 34th Street: An Epic Quest The Nightmare From Outer Space The Nightmare from Outer Space 2 The Nightmare with a capital N (2018) A Night at the Museum with Charles Grodin and the Nightmare Before Thanksgiving: An American Christmas (2014) A Christmas Carol (1951) The Incredibles (1991) The Incredible Hulk (2008) The Legend of the Mystical Tarzan (1984) The Masked Rider: The Man Who Became the Hulk (2017, with Paul Rudd) The Lego Movie (2013) The Matrix (1999) The Predator (1991, with Kevin Costner) The Purge (1992) The Scorpion King (2017 with Sam Neill) The Secret Life of Pets (2018, with John Slattery) The Sandlot (2005) The Simpsons Movie (2007) The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (1997) The Singing Detective (2013, with Stephen Colbert) The Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1984, with Arnold Schwarzenegger) The Talented Mr. Ripley (1953) The Thing (1982) The Toy Story (1989) The World’s End (2006, with James Cameron) The WALL (2018 with Peter Jackson) Terminator Salvation (2017; originally slated for 2018) Thewlis: The World of Harry Potter (2016) Tyler Perry’s The Party: With Fred & Friends (2017-) Tyler Perry and the Wrecking Crew (2014-) The Wedding Singer (2009)