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Favorite Horror Movies

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I recall seeing The Blob and The Creature from the Black Lagoon as a youngster and at the time I thought they were pretty scary. I laugh now at how terrible and campy these movies were...

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Another one.....Gravity.

The opening scene scares me to my core, I can't watch it without crying.

Edit: which I mentioned in a previous post, but I watched it again last week, still scary.

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24 minutes ago, MamaMia1981 said:

Another one.....Gravity.

The opening scene scares me to my core, I can't watch it without crying.

Edit: which I mentioned in a previous post, but I watched it again last week, still scary.

Speaking of heights and falling; One scene from a movie that is a heart-stopper and fills my veins with ice water, is the opening sequence from Cliffhanger. I almost get physically ill when I watch it. The lady there (actress Michelle Joyner) plays her role with such fear, terror - and sheer death agony - you can almost taste it. And when the last buckle breaks - and she slowly is slipping the grip, and then falls -  the terror in her eyes is horrific. I've seen the movie several times and my heart stops every time...

I f"""in hate heights. You wont see me climbing any mountain anytime soon, that's for sure!!!.

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, EllJay said:

Speaking of heights and falling; One scene from a movie that is a heart-stopper and fills my veins with ice water, is the opening sequence from Cliffhanger. I almost get physically ill when I watch it. The lady there (actress Michelle Joyner) plays her role with such fear, terror - and sheer death agony - you can almost taste it. And when the last buckle breaks - and she slowly is slipping the grip, and then falls -  the terror in her eyes is horrific. I've seen the movie several times and my heart stops every time...

I f"""in hate heights. You wont see me climbing any mountain anytime soon, that's for sure!!!.

 

 

 

Makes my hands sweat.  No f°×*ing way you'll ever catch me doing that crazy crap.

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Well Halloween is being "re imagined" and Carpenter is on board! :clap:

I once again got disappointed about another Hellraiser as Doug Bradly is no longer pinhead and Barker still after all the stinker sequals won't fix his orginal masterpiece... <_<

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Hey guys we have a couple sequels coming out in October for any of you Saw and Insidious fans.

Saw Legacy trailer

 

Insidious Chapter 4 trailer

 

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11 minutes ago, BrooklynGuy said:

Hey guys we have a couple sequels coming out in October for any of you Saw and Insidious fans.

Saw Legacy trailer

 

Insidious Chapter 4 trailer

 

Whoa BG! You devil you! :lol:

I've seen a couple of the Saw movies, and I'm still creeped out!

Something about a treat for a dog and I will leave it there!! :o:wacko::ph34r:

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I have to say that the most enjoyable horror movie to me is Alien. I still love that movie. It was the mystery of the xenomorph, where it was, what it looked like that first got me. Plus the jump scares were not over done like it seem now. I think my second choice is the original Ghostbusters, while not exactly horror it is still a horror comedy. Next on my list is Carpenters The Thing I love that movie. Even though it's not a popular movie I did enjoy Event Horizon as well as Dark City, which is a great movie if you haven't seen it. And how could I forget the Evil Dead series. "Hail to the King baby!"

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The Haunting in Connecticut

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I'm going to give an honorable mention to...

It probably doesn't offer anything innovative to the genre, but it's a cut above many modern horrors, especially for a sequel.

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New "Halloween" Movie coming out in October of course with John Carpenter who made the original. Also a new Friday The 13th coming out as well. 

Upcoming Horror: 20 Horror Movies Being Released in 2017

http://horrorfreaknews.com/upcoming-horror-20-horror-movies-released-2017/5934

Halloween 2017 Promo

 

 

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Rosemary's Baby

The Exorcist

The Omen

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 

Halloween

Friday the 13th

The Blood on Satans Claw

He Knows You're Alone

 Poltergeist 

Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (1973)

So many more. 

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I'll name a few of my favorites. :)

Night Of The Living Dead

Invasion Of The Body Snatchers

Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Original

Halloween

The Shining

Poltergeist

The Vanishing: It's very thrilling to watch!

The Exorcist

Nightmare On Elm Street

The Blair Witch Project: Many people hate this film. I love it though. 

and many many more! I love horror movies! :D

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The Shining hands down. Apart from that, every well-produced paranormal horror movie gets to fall in my hands.

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The Shinning..........anything Stephen King........mostly....

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On 7/6/2017 at 10:16 AM, cluey said:

The Shinning..........anything Stephen King........mostly....

The new "It" is great but the "Dark Tower" unfortunately was a steaming pile of manure...i love the books and always thought they would make a great series of movies but they butchered Kings epic tale!

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On 9/22/2017 at 4:24 PM, CrimsonKing said:

The new "It" is great but the "Dark Tower" unfortunately was a steaming pile of manure...i love the books and always thought they would make a great series of movies but they butchered Kings epic tale!

If i was going to see the new IT.....it is based more from the original book....he was now allowed free artistic ability with the first series/movie.......i took my dad a few days ago for his b/day.......stephen king just had his 70th b/day on the 21st.....my dad the 25th.......i paid to spoil him in luxury......was awesome.....

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I am looking forward to seeing Stephen Kings work that has just being released with Michael Jackson called Scream.......

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Hard to choose. I like all kinds of horror movies. Slasher's, hardcore gore, psychological...you name it. The movie that scared the most crap out of me is JAWS. I consider that an adventure movie more than a horror though but damn how that shark scared me when I was a little snot nosed brat. Wouldn't even sit in the bathtub for a long time after seeing that movie haha :-D 

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