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05-26-2008, 06:28 PM
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You have a great taste in horror my friend!
try these ones out

of all time has got to be 1. The exorcist
2. Evil Dead 1 (very close second made by college students
3.The Shining
4. Halloween Micheal Myers is the best villain of all time
5. Texas Chainsaw Massacre


Candyman, Friday the 13th Final chapter and new beginning, and Nightmare on Elm Street 1 are all honourable mentions

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05-26-2008, 06:44 PM
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try these ones out

of all time has got to be 1. The exorcist
2. Evil Dead 1 (very close second made by college students
3.The Shining
4. Halloween Micheal Myers is the best villain of all time
5. Texas Chainsaw Massacre


Candyman, Friday the 13th Final chapter and new beginning, and Nightmare on Elm Street 1 are all honourable mentions
I always preferred Evil Dead 2 over Evil Dead, but both are great. Army of Darkness I loved too, but Im not sure how many people consider it that much of a horror film.

Basically Bruce Campbell rules, I specifically buy Old Spice for all my body odor needs now cause hes in the commercials, see advertising DOES work.

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05-26-2008, 07:05 PM
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i prefer the original evil dead over the 2nd one...the 2nd one is basically a slapstick version of the first one...

Having said that the 2nd one's ending is awesome and leads to Army of Darkness so its hard to argue against it.

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05-26-2008, 07:37 PM
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I've been a horror fan since I was a kid. I probably own over 100 horror DVD's.

I'm thinking of subscribing to Fangoria. I pick up the odd issue (maybe 2 a year) and it's a good read.

Anyone here subscribe?

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05-26-2008, 08:12 PM
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for anyone interested..these are the horror movies/dvd's I currently own.(may be forgetting some)

A Nightmare On Elm Street
A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge
A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master
A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
A Nightmare On Elm Street 6: Freddy’s Dead – The Final Nightmare
A Nightmare On Elm Street 7 – A New Nightmare
Friday The 13th
Friday The 13th : Part 2
Friday The 13th : Part 3
Friday The 13th : The Final Chapter
Friday The 13th : A New Beginning
Friday The 13th : Jason Lives
Friday The 13th : The New Blood
Friday The 13th : Jason Takes Manhattan
Friday The 13th : Jason Goes To Hell
Jason X
Freddy vs. Jason
Halloween
Halloween 2
Halloween III: Season Of The Witch
Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers
Halloween 5: The Revenge Of Michael Myers
Halloween 6: The Curse Of Michael Myers
Halloween H20
Halloween: Resurrection
Halloween (remake)
Child’s Play
Child’s Play 2
Child’s Play 3
Bride Of Chucky
Seed Of Chucky
Saw
Saw II
Saw III
Saw IV
The Amityville Horror
The Amityville Horror II: The Possession
Amityville 3-D: The Demon
Amityville IV: The Evil Escapes
The Amityville Curse
Amityville 1992: It’s About Time
Amityville: A New Generation
Amityville Dollhouse: Evil Never Dies
The Amityville Horror (remake)
The Exorcist
The Exorcist II: The Heretic
The Exorcist III: Legion
Exorcist: The Beginning
Dominion: Prequel To The Exorcist
The Omen
Damien: Omen II
Omen III: The Final Conflict
Omen IV: The Awakening
The Omen (remake)
Sleepaway Camp
Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers
Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland
Scream 1
Scream 2
Scream 3
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III
Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (remake)
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
The Hills Have Eyes
The Hills Have Eyes – Part II
The Hills Have Eyes (remake)
The Hills Have Eyes 2 (remake sequel)
Poltergeist
Poltergeist II: The Other Side
Poltergeist III
The Ring
The Ring 2
Boogeyman
Boogeyman 2: The Wretched
White Noise
White Noise 2: The Light
I Know What You Did Last Summer
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer
The Grudge
The Grudge 2
Final Destination
Final Destination 2
Final Destination 3
Jeepers Creepers
Jeepers Creepers 2
Wrong Turn
Wrong Turn 2
Hostel
Hostel – Part II
One Missed Call
Dead Silence
When A Stranger Calls
House Of Wax
Cabin Fever
30 Days Of Night
The Hitcher
Knock Knock
1408
Dark Water
The Wicker Man
Wolf Creek
Vacancy

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05-26-2008, 08:31 PM
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I wont bother telling you the horror movies i own...there are too many of them...you can see the list here:

http://www.dvdprofiler.com/DVDCollection.aspx/arock99

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05-26-2008, 08:43 PM
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28 Days Later is one of my favorite movies of all time. 30 Days of Night was also an excellent film

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05-26-2008, 08:45 PM
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I thought Seven was pretty good with Pitt, Freeman and Spacey

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I don't think any movie could beat the shining, its unreal, jack nicholson is amazing

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psycho. you can't grasp how good it really is until you watch it

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Nah, it's a nice family flick.

Haha, that was great.
In a similar fashion.
Mary Poppins was a classic horror film

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I guess you guys are waiting for 28 Months Later...
I always thought a 28 hours later would be cool. A prequel to the first one, and have it set in London immediately after the virus is released. Because in 28 days later we miss all of that. It would be pretty nuts to see it spread through a super populated city without anyone knowing whats going on.
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it's pointless gore, that's all it is, especially the sequels

i really liked the dawn of the dead, and it's spin offs, shawn of the dead, night of the living dead
The Night of the Living Dead was the original. Followed by Dawn of the Dead, and then Day of the Dead. Dawn of the Dead was just recently remade though. I really liked that one.

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Haha, that was great.
In a similar fashion.
Mary Poppins was a classic horror film


I always thought a 28 hours later would be cool. A prequel to the first one, and have it set in London immediately after the virus is released. Because in 28 days later we miss all of that. It would be pretty nuts to see it spread through a super populated city without anyone knowing whats going on.

The Night of the Living Dead was the original. Followed by Dawn of the Dead, and then Day of the Dead. Dawn of the Dead was just recently remade though. I really liked that one.
I actualy skipped the first trailer the first time arround. I didnt think it was going to be one of those fake versions. That's a good one tho.

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"Exorcism of Emily Rose" had a profound effect on me. Since then I don't watch that kind of movies... The idea that it actually took place in life is disturbing.

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I loved 28 days later . The story has a few holes...But that first scene is just amazing . I'm listening to ''East hasting '' by Godspeed you Black Emperor as I type this ....Montreal band to !!!


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My top horror movie is The Shining. This movie has everything.

But if you want to ask me what is the movie that scared () me the most, it has to me The Blair Witch Project. The Reality Angle given to this movie made me in a very uncomfortable position and was really scared.

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out of the last couple years, "The Descent" has easily been my favorite horror movie.

I dont know any of the actors in it, but it gave me faith that all horror movies dont have to be crap.

28 days/28 weeks, and dawn of the dead are all pretty good too

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05-27-2008, 07:59 AM
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out of the last couple years, "The Descent" has easily been my favorite horror movie.

I dont know any of the actors in it, but it gave me faith that all horror movies dont have to be crap.

28 days/28 weeks, and dawn of the dead are all pretty good too
I found pretty bad. The creatures were ridiculously innept.

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The one movie I found more annoying than scary was the Blair Witch Project

The movie itself wasn't scary in my opinion, the way the movie was shot didn't really help it out in that it was to bouncy and there seemed to be quite a bit of overacting

The end was no better or worse than any random slasher sequence.

Wasn't impressed with that movie at all.

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My top horror movie is The Shining. This movie has everything.

But if you want to ask me what is the movie that scared () me the most, it has to me The Blair Witch Project. The Reality Angle given to this movie made me in a very uncomfortable position and was really scared.
Same here. I know it has kinda become a laughing stock, but honestly, when I first saw it it creeped me out. And barely any horror movies creep me out.

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Same here. I know it has kinda become a laughing stock, but honestly, when I first saw it it creeped me out. And barely any horror movies creep me out.
Edit: The best thing about it was that there were no tacky monsters or stupid cgi stuff. It let your imagination do the thinking on what it really as that was killing them.

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I can't take any horror movies seriously.

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you guys are rookies...

Check out Dario Argento and then come back and show me what a real Horror movie is....

I recommend "Demons" (which also had a sequel)...

As someone else mentioned it really depends on what you consider a horror movies...

Demons is a different kind of horror movie from saw which is different from nightmare on elm street which is different from the scream movies

Troma movies are "good" if you want to call them that...love B-Horror...
You're the rookie. Dario Argento barely made horror movie. More like suspence/giallo/fantastic movies. Stuff I still love though. Ok he wrote and produce the Demons movies but he didn't direct it. And you don't need to tell me about which movies I should watch cause I watched about everything Argento did.

For full horror, go Lucio Fulci and be ready to puke your guts.

Troma are good the first few times but then get... you know, always the same. B-movies are fun and everything but you can't never categorize it as ''good''.

Oh yeah, I forgot. My favourite is Dawn of The Dead. Cream of horror.


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Edit: The best thing about it was that there were no tacky monsters or stupid cgi stuff. It let your imagination do the thinking on what it really as that was killing them.
But there's always a who and a why and with the BWP, you got neither.

There was no payoff

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Alien. I saw this as a kid and it marked me for life.

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