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05-25-2008, 10:38 PM
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Ot: your top horror movie ?

Im currently watching "saw 1" on show case so im wondering what your favorite/top horror movie of all time?

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I was actually going to say Saw 1. Definatly the best of the Saws, as it begins to get repetitive, plus I hate horror movies in general and it's the only one I liked. However, I still have to see some hitchcock, I never saw one I think

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Ringu, Ringu, Ringu. And Ringu 0.

A Tale of Two Sisters, Dark Water and Strange Circus round out my top 5.

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Im currently watching "saw 1" on show case so im wondering what your favorite/top horror movie of all time?
Funny, I saw Saw III yesterday.

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It's still in production... Producers still don't know when to launch the movie. It's so scary and not credible that they are seriously thinking about dropping the entire project... The title, you ask?





The Maple Leafs win the Stanley Cup in the 21st century.

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The saw 1 ending is pretty sick! Never "saw" it coming!lol

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Ringu, Ringu, Ringu. And Ringu 0.

A Tale of Two Sisters, Dark Water and Strange Circus round out my top 5.
Pretty good movie, kind of slow but good. Never saw Ringu....only saw The Ring and it was enough for me. I was just about to throw all the tv's out of my house.


The Shining is a classic. There are so many different types of horror movies and there are good ones for each type.

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"Frankenstein and the Pink Left-Handed Killer Bunnies"... that movie absolutely creeps me out!!
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The Maple Leafs win the Stanley Cup in the 21st century.
Ok, thats not a Horror movie, Toronto winning the Cup is a Sci-Fi movie.


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Pretty good movie, kind of slow but good. Never saw Ringu....only saw The Ring and it was enough for me. I was just about to throw all the tv's out of my house.


The Shining is a classic. There are so many different types of horror movies and there are good ones for each type.
I don't usually watch a lot of horror pictures. But the Shining really did creep me out as a kid.

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I personally really like 28 Days Later. Scared the crap out of me!

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I always thought "The Shining" was about a guy going mad while waxing his car.

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The Saw movies are... really stupid, I find.

I'm not really a fan of horror movies, but I've seen most of the Friday The 13th's, and Leprechaun films.
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I always thought "The Shining" was about a guy going mad while waxing his car.
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I personally really like 28 Days Later. Scared the crap out of me!

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That one and 28 Weeks later are awesome

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I tought 28days later was fantastic! But i was dissapointed with 28 weeks later! Also hostel and hostel 2 were just sick!

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well...what do you define as horror?

Is it something that has monsters? Or is gory? Or simply scary?

Any horror movie that is a reflection of what could happen in "real" life is probably as close as you're gonna get as truly scary.

Session 9 was pretty darn good at that.

On the other hand, "IT" prevented me from sleeping for like 3 months as a kid...

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I watched the shining for the first time ever a few days ago. I liked it. Maybe not as scary as I thought it would be, but its still a classic. Im sure if I watched it when I was 12 I would have been scared. Nowadays horror movies just don't do it for me at all. I sometimes laugh when a scene is supposed to be serious and scary. It just makes me laugh for some reason. I might be mental though.

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Im currently watching "saw 1" on show case so im wondering what your favorite/top horror movie of all time?
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I watched the shining for the first time ever a few days ago. I liked it. Maybe not as scary as I thought it would be, but its still a classic. Im sure if I watched it when I was 12 I would have been scared. Nowadays horror movies just don't do it for me at all. I sometimes laugh when a scene is supposed to be serious and scary. It just makes me laugh for some reason. I might be mental though.
While switching channels last evening, I stumbled upon Saw during the scene where the ''murderer'' hold is gun to the little girl face and listen to her heartbeat getting faster with a Stethoscope. That was so bad it made me laugh, and switch channel...

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A Nightmare On Elm Street Part I is probably my favorite. It may not be as highly regarded as let's say The Shining but it's still a classic and a movie that marked my life.

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My favourite is Shaun of the Dead, but Pet Cemetary haunted me for years as a wee child

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John Carpenter's - "The Thing"

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A Nightmare On Elm Street Part I is probably my favorite. It may not be as highly regarded as let's say The Shining but it's still a classic and a movie that marked my life.
I think this takes the cake for me too. I love horror movies of every kind, and this is probably the movie that freaked me out the most as a kid.

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I think this takes the cake for me too. I love horror movies of every kind, and this is probably the movie that freaked me out the most as a kid.
Yup

Especially the first one since you had no idea who the hell Freddy was and it made Part I much more sinister , darker and scarier than the other 6 films. There was no comedic side to Freddy in that one (IE : When he plays Nintendo in Part 6) , he was just one creepy and sadistic SOB.

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In no particular order:

The original "Night of the Living Dead"

The original "The Haunting" (Shirley Jackson novel also a good read)

"The Thing" by Carpenter

"Alien"

"The Legend of Hell House"

The original "Psycho"

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