Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by _Sunny_, Jul 3, 2010.
jus looking to download and watch some horror movies this weekend....any suggestions?
You could call it horror, but I love Bram Stokers Dracula (with Gary Oldman). Great film and very loyal to the book.
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I like the Nightmare on Elm Street series.
fright night 1 & 2.
The Haunting...but the original black and white one...so good!
mothafuckin The Howling from the 80's and Bram Stokers Dracula! Gangstaaa!
Who doesn't like that film?! It's addicting! Plus, Gary is awesome lookin'
Try paranormal activity. They claim that the whole movie is a real tape made with a home cam by a couple who is haunted. I don't know how true that is but the movie is definitely worth watching. First half might be slow but it builds up brilliantly.
It is more of a psychological horror film rather than a visual horror film. You definitely will not regret it.
I agree that Paranormal Activity was pretty freaky, but that was in the cinema. With surround sound and hardly anyl light (save the projection). At home it will never be as good. But like you said, it's worth watching
the new "Knowing" with dare I say it Nicholas Cage was actually really good!
I agree. One hell of a film.
Here's a few more...
An American Werewolf in London
Silence Of The Lambs - Must see if you haven't already
Don't Look Now - Horrific!
I like sci fi
Looking forward to The Sorcerer's Apprentice in couple weeks.
Past six months movies been real crap apart from Hid your Dragon and a few more
Martyrs, the sickest, most disturbing movie i've ever seen
The Blair Witch Project
The Human Centipede also looks good, although i haven't seen it yet
Ill have to look into this.. where can you get it?
Not a horror film at all but hands down my favorite movie is Battle Royale...japanese and in subtitles but so good!
I've recently gotten into horror. The movies I'll suggest are usually plot-driven and include psychological horror. This means they are less likely to scare you with monsters jumping out of things and more likely to make you fear for the characters and/or reflect on the inhumanity of life. Then others don't necessarily have this theme. They are survival horror films where essentially people are grouped together trying to escape or ward off a common threat: zombies, plague, aliens, etc. I just seem to like seeing small groups try to deal with weird stuff, especially when it also brings up how people can change in unusual situations and turn against one another.
Here is a list, some make up a series that I haven't watched yet:
Evil Dead II
Dawn of the Dead (1974)
The Last House on the Left (2009)
28 Days Later
Resident Evil: Apocalypse
I should be doing work so I better stop there.
Did nobody ever see Scanners?
Killer klowns from outerspace. Scared my to death when i was little
Just finished watching Gremlins on ITV2. Can't beat that one!
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