Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Sear, Nov 18, 2021.
Dr. Butcher, MD
Make Them Die Slowly
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Razorback - classic Aussie horror about a massive wild boar.
Lifeforce - probably more sci-fi than horror, but such a wild, bizarre film.
Tenebre - probably my favourite horror/slasher film of all time, the visuals and soundtrack are brilliant.
Opera - not one of Argento's best but I love it.
Lair Of The White Worm - Not a typical horror film, rather off-beat and bizarre.
Santa Sangre - Another bizarre horror film, this time from Chilian maestro Alejandro Jodorowsky
The shining, 1980
The thing, 1980
Evil dead, 1981
Friday 13th: final chapter, 1984
Day of the Dead, 1985
From Beyond, 1986
Angel's heart, 1987
Maniac cop, 1988
Evil Dead II, 1988
I've already know well some of the ones you guys mention. Thank you.
Next one I'll watch is Maniac Cop tonight
I've seen those on bold. Very interested about The Hidden
By the way, I detest gore for gore's sake movies
'The Hidden' is quite good. But avoid' The Hidden 2' at all cost.
Prince Of Darkness
April Fool's Day
These should cover your preference for films that are not gory. Many others have chimed in on a lot of definitive 80's horror films.
Chopping Mall is a lot of fun.
No I don't like it. I love it!
Sleepaway Camp II
Alone in the Dark
Night of the Demons
Return of the Living Dead
I watched those back then and I liked the comedy in the second one.
Night of the Comet is a pretty fun "everyone has perished except for a small handful of survivors and oh yeah the zombies too" type movie. You can tell it's an 80s movie by just looking at the hair.
80s horror movie
Debbie Does Dallas?
I really like the way Opera references some of his his earlier films.
If you like creepy atmospheric... try 'Sole Survivor' - my favourite forgotton 80s horror
Bad Dreams (1988) - when I was in my early teens this movie scared me. I watched it again not too long ago and I thought it was alright, not as scary but still ok, decent twist also.
Is The Hidden the one that uses Concrete Blonde's debut album as the soundtrack?
not horror but fun;
Motel Hell (1980)
The Hunger (1983)
Near Dark for sure.
How about the Changeling (1980 with George C. Scott)?
The original Creepshow (1982) is essential.
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