Ten Best Horror Movies

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  1. alexpop

    alexpop Power pop + other bad habits....

    Japanese horror is horrible, not scary.
    Though liked the idea of The Ring.
     
  2. MC Rag

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    Razorback
    The Howling
    Children of the Corn
    Dawn of the Dead
    Scanners
    The Omen
    Wicker Man
    American Werewolf in London
    Halloween 3: Season of the Witch
    Re-Animator
     
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  3. mgoad30

    mgoad30 Forum Resident

    Jaws
    Bride of Frankenstein
    Alien
    The Exorcist
    Halloween
    Frankenstein
    Dracula
    The Shining
    Night of the Living Dead
    Dawn of the Dead
     
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  4. Ghostworld

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    Here is my "New Movie" top ten, or maybe less:

    The Witch
    It Follows
    Under the Skin
    Drag Me to Hell
     
  5. Tim S

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    I want to see all of those. I did see Drag me to Hell and liked it a lot, especially "here kitty, kitty.... here kitty..."
     
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  6. Ghostworld

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    I watched the British film "Kill List" today. Understood about 20 percent of the dialog. I don't know if I'm going deaf or what, but it was indecipherable much of the time. Otherwise, it didn't really work for me. I don't know. The surprise ending was just sort of cheap. It was like David Lynch meets Wickerman, but something didn't gel. Way too much domestic stuff. Actually the fighting in the beginning between husband and wife was nice. Captured "bad family" quite well. Then it dragged on and got kind of flaky. I think it waited too long to make a turn toward the horror side of things and the naked processions and such were very, very cliche. And cliche in a bad way aka cheap horror movie staple. The general pacing of the movie had that irritating modern drifting feeling when a little plot gets interwined with tedious "naturalistic" talk. So it;s a constant action - lull -- action -- lull - action -- lull procession that just has no build or momentum.
     
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  7. alexpop

    alexpop Power pop + other bad habits....

    Last two, yeah.
    It Follows ( not seen it).
     
  8. Matthew B.

    Matthew B. Scream Quietly

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    Audition
    The Eyes Without a Face
    I Walked with a Zombie
    Pulse
    (Kurosawa Kiyoshi)
    Rosemary's Baby
    The Shining
    Suspiria
    The Thing
    (Carpenter)
    Videodrome
    Witchfinder General
     
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  9. Ghostworld

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    I was goofing around and finally shot my version of a horror film. This is what happens when I film smoke hanging in my room. Nobody ever watches things, so I'll post.


     
  10. Mother

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    The exorcist
    Jaws
    The shining
    Alien
    The grudge
    The ring
    Shutter
    Dark water
    The housemaid
    House
     
  11. Dr. Funk

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    My top ten horror flicks.......
    10. Suspiria
    9. Frankenstein
    8. Halloween (1978)
    7. Psycho
    6. Alien
    5. Bride Of Frankenstein
    4. The Thing (1982)
    3. The Omen (1976)
    2. The Shining
    1. Se7en
     
  12. vince

    vince Stan Ricker's son-in-law

    Just for yuks.....
     
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