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02-11-2009, 05:49 PM
With the recent dicussion of horror films, I'd thought I would make a thread where we can talk about great horror films and recommend titles for people to watch. Some titles I recommend:
The People Under the Stairs
Night of the Living Dead (Original)
Dawn of the Dead (Remake)
The Frozen Prince
02-11-2009, 05:52 PM
I think the Chain Masacar is amazing and it scares me everytime I watch it lol.
02-11-2009, 06:06 PM
I have a few :o.
The Forsaken: A good vampire flick with decent acting.
Killer Pad: Freakin' hilarious. One of those spoofs.
The Strangers: Pretty creepy!
Haunted House: Or something like that. It's a really old movie, but also really creepy.
Saw I: Good ending :o.
Off the top of my head.
02-11-2009, 06:17 PM
'The Strangers' is crap compared to something like 'Them'. Now that actually had me on the edge of my seat. xD
02-11-2009, 06:34 PM
I'd reccomend The Sixth Sense, I love that movie.
The twist at the end I never saw coming.
02-12-2009, 02:58 PM
I would definitely recommend the following to horror buffs (or, at least, those who have an affinity for more of the psychological side of horror rather than gore and mindless violence):
~ Them (French title is "Ils"; incredible suspense, it's realistic and you can never look away)
~ Bug (not for all tastes; highly disturbing psychological horror thriller)
~ Marebito (one of the best J-horror films I've seen; bizarre, original and shocking)
~ Mulholland Drive (not really 'horror', but disturbing nevertheless; it's by David Lynch so you know it's really weird, lol)
~ Eraserhead (again, it's not really 'horror', but highly disturbing and unsettling; David Lynch's first film)
~ Begotten (bizarre, independent film that is unsettling and highly symbolic; definitely not for all tastes)
~ A Tale of Two Sisters (the most frightening and one of the most beautiful films I've ever seen)
~ Audition (possibly overrated, but a great film that will never leave you)
~ Jacob's Ladder (original, bizarre and disturbing; truly worth a viewing or two)
~ Videodrome (you'll never look at a TV the same way again)
~ Poltergeist (same as above; a horror/sci-fi classic)
~ The Cell (psychological thriller that is high surreal and beautiful; absolutely a must to watch)
That's all I can really think of at the moment; it's still early, lol. When I think of more I'll be sure to post 'em.
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