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What spooky movies are you watching leading up to Halloween?

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by ScaramangaFran, Oct 21, 2020.

  1. ScaramangaFran

    ScaramangaFran Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Location:
    Norway

    Cool. I am a big fan of Italian horror movies. I really need to get a hold of this one.
    I have heard a lot of good things about it.
     
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  2. unclefred

    unclefred Coastie with the Moastie

    Location:
    Oregon Coast
    it was better than I thought it was going to be. very moody.
     
  3. unclefred

    unclefred Coastie with the Moastie

    Location:
    Oregon Coast
    Spider Labyrinth, 1988. Out of print I believe, but I have a nice boot.

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  4. Got a box set of all those Basil Rathbone / Sherlock Holmes movies. They are all enjoyable and hold up well.
     
  5. hvbias

    hvbias Midrange magic

    Location:
    Northeast
    Last night we watched Resolution, good enough to explore the rest of the Benson trilogy.
     
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  6. woody

    woody Forum Resident

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    charleston, sc
    The Wailing- Korean movie streaming on Amazon. The rural folks are becoming possessed and all blame the old Japanese man who recently came to town. It’s a bit long and there’s a whole lot of screaming but it is worth the watch.
     
  7. Horror of Dracula, Dracula Prince of Darkness, Brides of Dracula, Alien, Curse of Frankenstein, Revenge of Frankenstein, The Thing, The Changling
     
  8. Karnak

    Karnak "81-82-83-84..."

    Frankenstein + the documentary on the BR-Universal Horror -narrated by Kenneth Branagh
    Let's Scare Jessica To Death
    The Wyvern Mystery -
    Naomi Watts(2000)
    Cry Of The Banshee
    - Vincent Price
     
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  9. Matthew Tate

    Matthew Tate Forum Resident

    Location:
    Richmond, Virginia
    its not very good imo
     
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  10. mmars982

    mmars982 Forum Resident

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    Pittsburgh, PA
    I'm watching the Halloween movies I always skipped up to now, 4, 5 and 6.

    Always watch Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, and Young Frankenstein.
     
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  11. unclefred

    unclefred Coastie with the Moastie

    Location:
    Oregon Coast
    One of my favorite Paul Naschy movies-

    Hunchback of the Morgue, 1973

    Catacombs! A deadly pit! Flaming rats! And a hunchback!
     
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  12. GregM

    GregM No static at all

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    Daddyland, CA
    I'm planning to watch Zombieland I and II.
     
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  13. Classic Car Guy

    Classic Car Guy "catch me if you can..."

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    Northwest, USA
    I'm not sure if I will categorize this as spooky. Definitely the best horror/suspense thriller I've seen with a very good storyline and a sad twist in the end.
    Phantasm (1979)

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  14. maui jim

    maui jim Forum Resident

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    NYC
    Coppola’s Dracula on BBCA now
     
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  15. Tanx

    Tanx Forum Resident

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    Washington, DC
    Haxan last weekend. I know it's a classic and has some amazing scenes, but mostly I found it depressing.
     
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  16. CowboyBill

    CowboyBill Forum Resident

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    Wisconsin
    I always seem to watch

    Halloween (1978)
    Dracula (1931)
     
  17. This is a good set list.
     
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  18. Mothmanica

    Mothmanica Forum Cryptid

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    Oceania
    Those Werewolf movies must be very creepy to watch in Michigan, with its rich history of 'Dogman' Lore & 'Bray Road Beast' sightings .. :yikes:

    [​IMG]
     
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  19. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    all of the Texas Chainsaw movies...seems I don't enjoy the gore anymore!
     
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  20. Sordel

    Sordel Forum Resident

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    Midlands, UK
    I don't usually watch a lot of Halloween stuff because we're usually away on vacation at this time of year, but this year will be different. So far we've seen Lovecraft Country, which was a mixed bag, and Amazon's Nocturne, which passed the time but I couldn't recommend. Also Roger Corman's The Pit and The Pendulum, which I've just bought on Blu-Ray and seems more the sort of thing that this thread is looking for. I'm actually not sure that I had seen that one before.

    I'm a big Dario Argento fan so it's always tempting to reach for Suspiria or Profundo Rosso but I'll try to remember to check back here with my actual viewing.
     
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  21. jason88cubs

    jason88cubs Forum Resident

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    illinois
    ill watch 1978 Halloween + pt 2 and pt 3 on Halloween
     
  22. StillFlying

    StillFlying Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Oklahoma
    I normally go with horror-related films in October, but this year I've opted to revisit two of my old TV favorites from front to back:

    True Blood
    The Walking Dead

    Those are taking up most of my time, but I have managed to sneak in a few films too:

    The Lighthouse
    Feast
    The Strangers

    Per tradition, I'll watch Halloween (1978) on the 31st!
     
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  23. If I Can Dream_23

    If I Can Dream_23 Forum Resident

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    United States
    I've been immensely enjoying the new Friday The 13th deluxe box this past week.

    I was thrilled to finally see many of the "uncut scenes" for Part 2!
     
  24. Jazzmonkie

    Jazzmonkie Forum Resident

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    Tempe, AZ
    I wasn't aware of the length when watching. I like how it starts out as one genre and morphs into another. I thought the actress playing the young daughter was pretty frightening.
     
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  25. Jazzmonkie

    Jazzmonkie Forum Resident

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    Tempe, AZ
    LOL. I like it too and started to watch it yesterday. After 5 minutes I decided I wasn't in the mood and watched a Lubitsch comedy instead.
     

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