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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by pinkshirtphotos, Jan 27, 2008.
whats your favourite horror movie?
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Evil Dead & Army of Darkness
Hellraisers... but the ones where they develop the story.
Ginger Snaps, particularly the third one
American Werewolf in London
You get the idea thanks for asking.
Evil Dead without a doubt. Scared the crap outta me when I saw it in the theatre.
This is mine.
Juno is a close second.
Night of the Living Dead
Dawn of the Dead
Cemetery Man http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109592/
Silly TV movie that I liked back when I was very young: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068622/
Cant believe no one has mentioned "the Descent".
I love horrormovies, seen a lot of them and have a nice DVD collection.
"the Descent" was without a doubt the scarriest one for me.
Lights out, home cinema on loud please
That's a good list. Cemetery Man is more funny/quirky than scary, but it is an awesome movie.
The House on Haunted Hill
The Hills have Eyes
ooh, good one!
I forget which one I was watching (not very closely), but it reminded me of the "Wicker Man" in which they had a little society that they were willing to kill for to keep secret, yeah?
Resident Evil 1,2 and 3
Hellraiser 1, 6, 9 and a few others
And then there are the Bruce Campbell movies although I would not call them pure horror flicks, more comedy/horror I guess
Army of Darkness
The Evil Dead
Evil Dead: Regeneration
Evil Dead II: Dead by Dawn
I liked one, two was passable, three was boring.
Those movies need only two things, awesome violence and nipples.
Have you guys seen The Orphanage??? If not, it's currently in theaters - GO SEE IT!!!! By the end of that movie my stomach hurt and I was tired from being scared the whole time.
Lots of violence and Milla make a good movie. But yeah, 3 was not the best of the bunch
Not out here (Europe) yet but Ill keep it in mind.
I prefer watching movies at home though...
Shaun of the Dead
I am Legend
In the Mouth of Madness*
American History X
Silence of the Lambs
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
I hear the descent is really scary...just watched it, it wasn't really to me. I think if they would have pushed the whole clautrophobic thing and then losing your senses bit, that would have been a lot more scary...and harder to write.
Horror Express, or any other Hammer film. Other than that, The Exorcist still sends a chill down my spine (the novel is even more intense, however...)
I'm bumping this old thread instead of starting a new one on The Orphange. HOLY CRAP!!! Creepiest friggin' movie i have ever seen. I had goosebumps when the final credits started to roll. I don't watch a lot of horror type films (I wouldn't say this is a "horror" by Hollywood standards though) so maybe I'm being sensitive. Anyway it was awesome.
I'm now officially excited that Del Toro is rumored to be the director for the 2 Hobbit films.
tokyo gore police
Not Safe For Work...the second more than the first.
Del Toro is doing the new Hellboy movie due out in a few weeks- looks awsome.....
The second link is bad...the page keeps reloading.
Uhhh........I don't think that's a horror movie
Not unless your idea of a horror movie involves skinheads & being raped in showers.......I guess it could be a horror movie.
I think the list on here is a good one. The last movie I watched where I was surprised was the amity ville horror. I didn't think much of it at first but when I was done watching it I was surprised.
I know these might not fit in, but the first SAW movie was done really well. The other ones were......ehhh........like most sequels.
That's usually what ruins the series. Too many movies in it. It's like the Jason/Freddy/Halloween series. Some of the first ones were just plain classics, but then as you moved to the end it was like WTF......he dies every movie and comes back. It always gives something else to watch but it does get old. If the movie's done right it's a classic instantly, but once you get 10 movies in the series it's like "which one are you watching now"
There's some not listed but a lot of Stephen King's movies can be pretty creepy. The first Pet Cemetery comes to mind as well as IT.