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what your favorite horror movies?

Discussion in 'Horror Movies' started by DonnyTWD, Oct 1, 2013.

  1. DonnyTWD

    DonnyTWD New Member

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    What is your favorite horror movies that made you love the genre the way you do today?


    My top 3 recently

    1.Insidious

    2.Sinister

    3.Grave Encounters
     
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    I'll have to think about it but....Grave Encounters? I wouldn't call that a fav, but I liked it. Obviously, a Paranormal Activity clone but it's well-done. See the sequel? (meh)
     
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    the sequel aint as good, but the above are only recently what scared me.Grave Encounters sure had some twist.Its better than Paranormal Activity for me.haha
     
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    The Shining and Psycho.
     
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    psyco is epic!Shining is also cool
     
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    George Romero's original dead trilogy
    Alien trilogy
    Jaws
    Creepshow
    Original Texas Chainsaw massacre 1&2
    The Thing(carpenter's)
    The Fly
    The Mist

    I'm sure there are more, they're just not springing to mind at the moment...
     
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    Anything old. New age horror is shit for the most part.
     
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    I felt the same way. I enjoy old stuff more than today's horror even though there have been some exceptions.
     
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    Love your taste dude,keeping it old school!
     
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    yeah...I love stuff with a blend in it...like 30 Days Of Night....that's my thing when I go modern...other than that Zombieland and Shaun Of The Dead are a cracker with lighting serious subject a lil.
     
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    I agree about modern horror, but lets not forget that there are plenty of shit older horror films as well. Not as many as today, but the old days had it's fair share of clunkers.
     
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    This is true. But at least you can sit through the older ones and get a laugh.
     
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    haha good point!
     
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    The Descent
    Rec
    The Mist
    The Conjuring
    28 Days Later
    Evil Dead
    Saw (the first one)
    The Ring

    Can't really make a list...
     
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    1. "Jaws"
    2. "Dawn of the Dead (1978)"
    3. "Alien"
    4. "Night of the Living Dead (1968)"
    5. "Friday The 13th (1980)"
    6. "Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)"
    7. "Silence of the Lambs"
    8. "Aliens" - If you call it a horror film
    9. "Friday The 13th Part 2"
    10. "Day of the Dead"
     
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    ahh man love your list!Gotta have 28 days and The Conjuring in there!
     
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    Keeping it original!!Awesome choices
     
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    just off the top of my head.

    John Carpenters The Thing
    Dog Soldiers
    Pscho
    The omen (original)

    thats the short list.
     
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    Some of my all time favorites:

    1. Psycho
    2. Halloween
    3. Dawn of the Dead (1978.)
    4. The Fly
    5. A Nightmare on Elm Street
    6. The Shining
    7. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974.)
    8. Rosemary's Baby
    9. Alien
    10. Carrie
    11. Henry: Portrait of a Serial killer
    12. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978.)

    Several new horrors (after 2000.) I really like:

    1. Audition (Takashi Miike)
    2. Haute Tension
    3. Martyrs
    4. 28 Days Later
    5. Three Extremes
     
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    John Carpenter films are entertaining
     

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