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  1. bword

    bword Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I call onto thee...list your faves and possible reasons why GO


    In no particular order----

    976-Evil - Just rewatched it recently ha what a great film "see yah later doll"
    The Thing
    Prince of Darkness--movie scared the crap outta me
    Exorcist..of course
    Poltergiest 1 and 2- Ripping the face off and creepy tree
    Dagon
    House- what a weird movie
    Killer clowns from outer space
    CHUD
    They live-- That Fight scene!!!
    Xtro..wtf weird one
    Puppet Master 1/2
    Hellraiser..1 to 4
    Warlock
    Phantasm 1 and 2
    Life Force
    The Gate
    From Beyond
    Invader from Mars
     

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    tylerdurdin Well-Known Member

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    1) A Nightmare on Elm Street as I was a kid, and it was sick.:eek:
    2) Exorcist because for its Time it was completely un-paralleled :cool:
    3) The Ring because in the midst of a million terrible horror movies, I believe this movie redefined what was scary.:confused:
     
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    Evil Dead trilogy - Sam Rami is brilliant
    Ghoulies - Who didn't love ghoulish lil creatures
    Fright Night - Creepy vampire guy next door LOL
    Lost Boys - the frog brothers
    Poltergeist II - Reverend Kane (i need my Kane avatar again)
    The Amityville Horror
     
  4. bword

    bword Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Every once in a while my friends and I will bust out in the guys voice. Hes is a creepy bastard

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    tylerdurdin Well-Known Member

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    :eek::eek:GOD is in his HOLY temple!!:eek::eek:
     
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    bword Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ill see that creepy bastard and raise you

    The Tall Man

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  7. LickTheEnvelope

    LickTheEnvelope Well-Known Member

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    I will do a top 25 (yes I like horror movies):

    1. Psycho (1960)
    2. Evil Dead 2 (1987)
    3. Return of the Living Dead (1985)
    4. Dawn of the Dead (1978)
    5. The Thing (1982)
    6. The Shining (1980)
    7. The Exorcist (1973)
    8. Silence of the Lambs (1991)
    9. Alien (1979)
    10. The Howling (1981)
    11. Halloween (1978)
    12. An American Werewolf in London (1981)
    13. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
    14. Candyman (1992)
    15. From Dusk 'till Dawn (1996)
    16. Friday the 13th (1980)
    17. Dead Alive (1992)
    18. Carrie (1976)
    19. Hellraiser (1987)
    20. Night of the Living Dead (1968)
    21. 28 Days Later (2002)
    22. Saw (2004)
    23. Cube (1997)
    24. Gremlins (1984)
    25. Black Christmas (1974)

    Tried to keep it modern!
     
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    bword Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    number 12
    im not normally a werewolf kinda guy but that was a good movie...

    remember this guy

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    LickTheEnvelope Well-Known Member

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    Haha nice.

    If you like American Werewolf in London I recommend checking out "the Howling". It came out the same year and was overshadowed by AWiL but it's a good Werewolf film.
     
  10. Martimus

    Martimus One bite at a time... Moderator

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    My top seven (in no particular order):

    a. The legend of Hell House (lousy cinematography but it's one of the best "technical" horror films of it's genre)

    b. The Silence of the Lambs (Anthony Hopkins plays Hannibal Lector like no other actor could)

    c. Constantine (not really true to it's comic book roots but I'm a sucker for Rachel Weiss in a tub of water).

    d. Evil Dead (again not an especially scary movie but it stars my favorite B mobie actor).

    e. Rocky Horror Picture Show (A cult classic albeit not a really horror movie by any stretch of the imagination!)

    f. The Pit and the Pendulum (a classic Edgar Allan Poe story starring Vincent Price)

    g. Poltergeist
     
  11. bword

    bword Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Alright just for kicks any new movies that you guys have seen recently that maybe caught your eye??
    Dying breed...any movie that has a creepy town and cannibal people who live there has my eye.
     
  12. LickTheEnvelope

    LickTheEnvelope Well-Known Member

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    Last couple 'horror' films I watched:
    In the Mouth of Madness:
    In the Mouth of Madness (1995) - IMDb

    Ravenous:
    Ravenous (1999) - IMDb

    Both are fairly main-stream though.

    Cinemassacre is doing a "camp cult" review of campy horror movies this month. A different movie every day:
    Cinemassacre Productions

    Night of the Demon (1980):
    Night of the Demon (1980) - IMDb
    Looks really bizzare. A Bigfoot running around tearing people apart.
     
  13. ryanmmacoustic

    ryanmmacoustic Well-Known Member

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    Ok not all of these movies are terrifying but I feel that they fit nicely into my list so, here it goes, in no particular order:

    1. Shaun of the Dead - Because I still rofl when I watch it
    2. The Shining - The first scary movie that I ever saw
    3. 28 Days Later - Just a really well made "zombie" film
    4. American Werewolf in London - First werewolf movie that actually scared me
    5. The Howling - just a great werewolf movie
    6. Let The Right One In - My favorite vampire movie(the american remake is pretty awesome too)
    7. Trick r' Treat - Supposed to be released in 2005 got pushed all the way back to like 2009, just a great Halloween themed film
    8. Texas Chainsaw Massacre - The first movie that made me lose sleep
    9. From Dusk Till Dawn - Just an awesome movie
    10. The Orphanage - Pretty creepy spanish film done by Guillermo del Toro
    11. Monster Squad - Not scary but it's a really awesome film
    12. Oldboy - Korean Murder Suspense Thriller, this movie will f**k up your life
    13. Killer Klown From Outerspace - Go me over my fear of clowns
    14. 30 Days of Night - I think this is one of the most well done vampire movies that i have seen
    15. Brain Dead/Dead Alive - Alternate title, the gorriest movie ever made
    16. Dead Snow - This is a really funny ZomCom from Russia or Sweden, cant remember, about Zombie Nazi's
    17. Prince of Darkness - Freaked me the hell out
    18. Halloween - It's a great film just not really that scary, to me
    19. Halloween remake - I really liked the Rob Zombie version
    20. Hard Candy - Ellen Page had a dudes balls in a cup, enough said
    21. Dawn of the Dead(original) - Just a really well made zombie film
    22. I Sell The Dead - ZomCom from Britain
    23. Fido - Another ZomCom
    24. The Birds - I have no idea why, but this movie scared the hell out of me when i was little
    25. The Crazies - George Romero Version
     
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    ryanmmacoustic Well-Known Member

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    Let Me In - It's the American remake of the Swedish Let the Right One In

    It is the best horror remake I have ever seen
     
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    LickTheEnvelope Well-Known Member

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    I am watching this silent movie called "Haxan: Witchcraft through the Ages" It's a Danish movie from 1922. It's actually not bad. It's more of a lecture/documentary on witches than a movie, crazy images.
     
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    bword Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Watching American Werewolf in London right now..forgot how good this movie is. That nightmare with the wolf soldiers was crazy.
     
  17. Jus10

    Jus10 Well-Known Member

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    Hey bust this thread back open. I love horror. I'm what you call a movie buff, and horror is my all time favorite genre. I can't give you a list of my favorites, because I pretty much like it all. I can give you a list of movies I can't stand...

    1) Rob Zombie's Halloween 2
    2) Saw (yeah I said it!)
    3) Rob Zombie's The Blob. (yeah so its not even greenlit yet, but I'm sure he'll f*** it up. Rob should stick to his own films and stop doing remakes.)

    BTW, who remembers...


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    That's a great picture flick right there!
     
  18. Btros

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    I don't see many foreign movies in this thread...not that I'm not into American horror films, there are some really great ones, but if you're a true horror buff you should check out Martyrs (French), the Orphanage (Spanish), and Oldboy (Korean). I did see someone mention those last two.
     
  19. Snedd

    Snedd Well-Known Member

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    Silver Balls!


    How about Let the Right One In, OK its already listed but worth listing again.
    Rec 1 & 2.
    Dark Water


    If you like oldies: Night Of The Demon (1957) - "It's In The Trees... It's Coming!"
     
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    Btros Well-Known Member

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    Rec 1 was good, love that movie. I don't know, I didn't see what everyone was talking about with Let the Right One In. I probably need to watch it again. It was decent, just not the greatest vampire movie ever made like people said.
     
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    Jus10 Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys, how about listing some of your favorite vampire movies. For me in no particular order:

    Lost Boys
    Queen of the Damned
    Salem's Lot
    Dracula (the original)
    Son of Dracula
    Monster Squad

    J know there's more but can't think of any more. Maybe you guys will jog my memory?
     
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    The vampire genre is one that is sorely lacking in film IMO... I think the best FILM that also happens to be a vampire movie is Interview with the Vampire, and that movie is not scary in the slightest. Lost Boys is probably my favorite vampire movie though. Other than that, meh. I thought 30 Days of Night was kind of lame.
     
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    I forgot about Near Dark, good movie.
     
  25. bword

    bword Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    watching trick r treat now..its not to bad
     

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