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PostPosted: Sun Nov 16, 2008 12:26 pm 
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:arrow: Amityville horror (new) was great, kept my attention the whole time.

:arrow: Sleepy hollow with Johnny Depp was fantastic

:arrow: Anaconda and anacondas were both really good. I liked anacondas more though.

:arrow: Signs was possibly the best horror movie i've ever seen. It sparked my interest in horror. It also got me to like Joquain Phoinex (sp?).

:arrow: Pans labyrinth was scary just for the child-eater scene.

:arrow: Wrong turn is the best slasher I've ever seen.

:arrow: The village was boring in some parts, yet I liked it overall for some very tense scenes.

:arrow: Seven was not really scary but had a bit of an eerie tone to it.


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FlapJackGeorge wrote:
scl95 wrote:
"It" is my favourite book I've ever read, and my friends said the movie was bad. They didn't even watch it all. It stops halfway, and you have to flip the DVD to the other side.

Pick up the book anyway though. Best read ever, IMHO.

Sorry, bit off topic, but seriously!, What does the 'H' mean? I cannot for the love of me figure it out!


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afi wrote:
FlapJackGeorge wrote:
scl95 wrote:
"It" is my favourite book I've ever read, and my friends said the movie was bad. They didn't even watch it all. It stops halfway, and you have to flip the DVD to the other side.

Pick up the book anyway though. Best read ever, IMHO.

Sorry, bit off topic, but seriously!, What does the 'H' mean? I cannot for the love of me figure it out!


"honest"


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blackwidowcd wrote:
afi wrote:
FlapJackGeorge wrote:
scl95 wrote:
"It" is my favourite book I've ever read, and my friends said the movie was bad. They didn't even watch it all. It stops halfway, and you have to flip the DVD to the other side.

Pick up the book anyway though. Best read ever, IMHO.

Sorry, bit off topic, but seriously!, What does the 'H' mean? I cannot for the love of me figure it out!


"honest"


"humble"


"horrible." Roflcopter, I make jokes.


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Philal wrote:
blackwidowcd wrote:
afi wrote:
FlapJackGeorge wrote:
scl95 wrote:
"It" is my favourite book I've ever read, and my friends said the movie was bad. They didn't even watch it all. It stops halfway, and you have to flip the DVD to the other side.

Pick up the book anyway though. Best read ever, IMHO.

Sorry, bit off topic, but seriously!, What does the 'H' mean? I cannot for the love of me figure it out!


"honest"


"humble"


"horrible." Roflcopter, I make jokes.

Lmazo! Silly kids.

Return to Oz was fantastic, creepy at parts, but overall, just a pretty god sequel.

I thought Signs and The Village were about as good as The Happening...Not very. I don't expect much, though, when watching a Shyamalan film, although, The Sixth Sense is still box-office gold.

Campfire Tales was entertaining.
Cabin Fever is like a must-see! (it's funny, and really good)
Gremlins isn't exactly scary or horror, but it was entertaining, and is sort of along thsoe lines.


More to stay away from:
The Wicker Man (the original)


I recently watched Boogeyman, it was um...alright. There were several plot-holes and unexplained things(basically you had to try and figure them out, the movie didn't do it for you), the story wasn't consistent until about halfway through. overall I'd give it about 2 out of 5 stars.


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What happened? I was hoping this thread would last much longer.

Anyway, I watched Scream(for the first time, I know I'm late) a couple of days ago, and I have to say, it was Excellent!


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I just watched Scream yesterday (AGAIN), it is one of my favourites. Then again, I love everything by Wes Craven. It's the only slasher movie that I've found remotely scary. After watching the Scream Trilogy, those ghostface costumes actually started to creep me out.

I'm a BIG horror buff. Some of my favourites:

Scream
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Evil Dead (STILL can scare me, and I'm not at all easily scared)
Evil Dead II
Behind The Mask (wonderful comedic mockumentary)
Hatchet
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
IT
The Shining
The Sixth Sense
The Happening (YES, I liked it, it was emotional and realistic, very skillfully done)


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Philal wrote:
Wow lots of stuff to say.

:arrow: I watched Shaun of the dead last night, and it was hilarious in the first hour or so, but then it almost turned into a real horror movie. And it was also kind of sad but the ending was hilarious. What I didn't like was that they were in the pub for the whole last hour to 45 minutes and it just got kind of boring. But I liked it overall, theres funnier stuff, but it was good. 8/10
I own, and love that movie.
:arrow: I have seen Identity, and i LOVED it. There were 2 really interesting twists at the end

:arrow: I liked the others, but I have to watch it again becuase I was 6 when I saw it, lol.

:arrow: I enjoyed Hostel
Have you seen Old Boy? Hostel seems "watered-down" from it.
:arrow: I enjoyed Exorcism OER
It was excellent after all.
:arrow: I liked the grudge one and still have not seen the second one.

The Grudge was excellent, the second one was good, don't remember which was better, but I think the first is better after you watch the second.
:arrow: Hard candy was CONFUSING AS edited. It was good and really creepy, but I didn';t understand why he did what he did at the end.
One of my favorites, he ----------- at the end because he knows she'll expose him if he doesn't.
:arrow: i hated the butterfly effect
Aw, I thought it was good, not many movies have grousome violence with kids.
:arrow: Cry wolf, liked it very much, ending dissapointed me.
Same here.
:arrow: All 3 FD movies were fantastic, I also own all 3. I can't wait for the 4th.
FD?
:arrow: American Psycho was great.
Really need to see that.
:arrow: I haven't seen the birds yet.
My sister says "don't waste your time.
:arrow: Has anyone seen "The Gate?" Its low budget but its actually really cool.

I've heard of it, I wouldn't mind seeing it.

MichaelKras wrote:
I just watched Scream yesterday (AGAIN), it is one of my favourites. Then again, I love everything by Wes Craven. It's the only slasher movie that I've found remotely scary. After watching the Scream Trilogy, those ghostface costumes actually started to creep me out.
you too?
I'm a BIG horror buff. Some of my favourites:

Scream
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Evil Dead (STILL can scare me, and I'm not at all easily scared)
Wasn't that supposed to be a comedy?
Evil Dead II
Behind The Mask (wonderful comedic mockumentary)
Hatchet
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
IT
The Shining
The Sixth Sense
The Happening (YES, I liked it, it was emotional and realistic, very skillfully done)

I thought The Happening was a bit bland. It was consistent, it made some sense, it was original, etc. but it was bland, it wasn't like "edge of your seat" or epic or anything, but it was worth the watch.

I watched Psycho (1998) last night. Let's just say you can add that to my "Movies to stay away from" list. Quite frankly, it was boring. It had a good plot, but it wasn't portrayed very well.

And this is what that list looks like right now:
-The Wicker Man
-Hostel (lamest attempt at a movie since The Garbage Pail kids Movie)
-Are you Scared (terrible attempt at a SAW remake, notice how there's not even a "?" in the title!)
-The Happening (a lot of hype, but it's worth it the first time)
-Halloween (the original)
-Midnight Meat Train (it could be good, but it's not)
-The Dentist (good plot, bad movie)


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Evil Dead is a horror with some comedic elements. However, Evil Dead II was exactly the opposite... a comedy with horrific elements.


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MichaelKras wrote:
Evil Dead is a horror with some comedic elements. However, Evil Dead II was exactly the opposite... a comedy with horrific elements.


And then there's Army of Darkness which is in my opinion hilarious.


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Check out Joy Ride. It's a fun little movie. Don't expect anything epic, but it'll keep you laughing, a bit scared and entertained.

Also try out Peter Jackson's Braindead. It's hilarious, and the gorriest movie I've ever seen. Fantastic gross out film.

Also, I like the Saw films, except for Saw 5, that movie was pointless.

And even though A Clockwork Orange isn't a horror movie, it's still pretty creepy and disturbing.

Halloween the original ovecourse is a masterpiece.

Star Wars: Ep. II

Any Exorcist movie scares the [edited] outa me.

Amityville Horror- The original and new are both pretty good.

Final Destination if you haven't seen it yet. Just sit back, and forget about being logical, and you'll enjoy it.


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nikiel wrote:
Check out Joy Ride. It's a fun little movie. Don't expect anything epic, but it'll keep you laughing, a bit scared and entertained.
It looks funny.
Also try out Peter Jackson's Braindead. It's hilarious, and the gorriest movie I've ever seen. Fantastic gross out film.
I'll have to check it out.
Also, I like the Saw films, except for Saw 5, that movie was pointless.
I still want to see SAW V, I don't care about all the abd reviews I've heard.
And even though A Clockwork Orange isn't a horror movie, it's still pretty creepy and disturbing.
That movie is disturbing! Great, but disturbing.
Halloween the original ovecourse is a masterpiece.

Star Wars: Ep. II
Wha?
Any Exorcist movie scares the [edited] outa me.

Amityville Horror- The original and new are both pretty good.

Final Destination if you haven't seen it yet. Just sit back, and forget about being logical, and you'll enjoy it.
I loved the first and second, 3 was okay.


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nikiel wrote:
Check out Joy Ride. It's a fun little movie. Don't expect anything epic, but it'll keep you laughing, a bit scared and entertained.

Also try out Peter Jackson's Braindead. It's hilarious, and the gorriest movie I've ever seen. Fantastic gross out film.

Also, I like the Saw films, except for Saw 5, that movie was pointless.

And even though A Clockwork Orange isn't a horror movie, it's still pretty creepy and disturbing.

Halloween the original ovecourse is a masterpiece.

Star Wars: Ep. II

Any Exorcist movie scares the [edited] outa me.

Amityville Horror- The original and new are both pretty good.

Final Destination if you haven't seen it yet. Just sit back, and forget about being logical, and you'll enjoy it.


Brain Dead looks fantastic, I'm a huge fan of gratuitous gore so I will check this one out.


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I just saw Cabin Fever which was a sort of odd horror movie, Id say it was worth the rent. But I do admit it never really "payed off" in the end.

I also saw the remake of Dawn of The Dead and I really enjoyed it. It was interesting realizing the guy was also the robber in the end of Pulp Fiction. It was an interesting zombie film and definately worth the rent.


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