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#1
Horror movies are fantastic, as long as you don't take them too seriously. They dont have a deeper meaning to them, they dont change lives, but they are a lot of fun. I've been watching a lot of them recently.

Suggested Watching:

Friday the 13th, parts one and two,
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Final Destination
The Texas Chainsaw Massacare, orignal and remake.
28 Days Later
Silence of the Lambs and all sequels.
Saw

If you'd like to add anything to the list, just say so.

What kind of Horror movies does the pit watch?
Last edited by 20cdndollars at Oct 19, 2009,
#2
I highly doubt there are enough horror movie threads being made to justify having an "only" thread.

EDIT: ah, wth. I LOVE the Event Horizon. it's just so spooky and eerie
#4
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I've never actually seen it, but from what I've read, it's just a bunch of kids killing animals, I fail to see what's scary about that.
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#8
The Strangers was pretty awesome.
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#9
Paranormal Activity.
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The Strangers was pretty awesome.


I hated that movie, tbh, I haven't watched it in like a year, so I might try it again.

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OOh ,that looked awesome, I hope it comes to my city.
#11
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Oh jeez, how did i forget about Hannibal Lector?


Also, I watched the first Saw movie today, expecting nothing but gore and stupidity, but it was incredible. The story was great, the atmosphere was creepy, and the twists and turns kept me so engaged.
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Also, I watched the first Saw movie today, expecting nothing but gore and stupidity, but it was incredible. The story was great, the atmosphere was creepy, and the twists and turns kept me so engaged.

Seriously. I don't know why everyone bashes the Saw movies, I think they're genius.
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#16
The Shining, however, made very little sense and was quite boring for about 95% of the movie. Don't understand the hype.
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#17
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Seriously. I don't know why everyone bashes the Saw movies, I think they're genius.


They're good up till 3, 1 is amazing, 2 is genius (especially the interview scene with jigsaw) and 3 is okay. After in saw 3 though (don't wanna spoil it) i don't think they should have continued it. it just seemed silly and the newest ones just seem like gore for the sake of it, the first two were mainly good because of the psychological aspect and the storyline, the gore was just a subtext.
#18
Eh, I still enjoy the new ones but I'll agree the first few were the best. Admittedly the more recent ones have ventured into the absurd. But hey, that's what movies are for, right?
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#19
I disagree about them not changing lifes and having deeper meaning, the first time I saw Dawn of the Dead I was blown away. Romero knew what he was doing, and much like his other zombie films they've been full of symbolism on how we're slowly killing ourselves. Thats not just horror.
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#20
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Paranormal Activity.


+1

Paranormal Activity was amazing.

And I agree, the Saw series is amazing. I'm starting to think that people only say they dislike it because other people say they dislike it. I don't see whats so bad about them.

Drag Me to Hell.
Yes, its cheesy as hell but it was directed by Sam Raimi, the guy who did the Evil Dead series, which is quite possibly the funniest, most outrageous b-horror movie ever made. For what its worth, DMTH was pretty awesome i my book
#21
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Oh jeez, how did i forget about Hannibal Lector?


Also, I watched the first Saw movie today, expecting nothing but gore and stupidity, but it was incredible. The story was great, the atmosphere was creepy, and the twists and turns kept me so engaged.


The first Saw film is one of my favourite movies ever. Say what you want about the rest, that one is brilliant.
#22
creep was good


as was halloween (original and remake, not seen the second)
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#24
I havent seen a lot of these movies, I'll definitely finish the little stack I have now, and then run out and get Saw II
#26
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No other zombie film lovers . Pit I am dissapoint.


Best Zombie movie ever is 28 Days Later. Prove me wrong.
#27
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No other zombie film lovers . Pit I am dissapoint.


I love Zombie movies!

Dawn of the Dead (both the original and remake)
Night of the Living Dead
Land of the Dead
Diary of the Dead
Dance of the Dead (not Romero mind you)
Zombieland (of course)
Automaton Transfusion

just to name a few

EDIT: To the guy above me

28 Days Later is good, but you can beat good ole Romero. He started it all
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I love Zombie movies!

Dawn of the Dead (both the original and remake)
Night of the Living Dead
Land of the Dead
Diary of the Dead
Dance of the Dead (not Romero mind you)
Zombieland (of course)
Automaton Transfusion

just to name a few

EDIT: To the guy above me

28 Days Later is good, but you can beat good ole Romero. He started it all

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#30
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I love Zombie movies!

Dawn of the Dead (both the original and remake)
Night of the Living Dead
Land of the Dead
Diary of the Dead
Dance of the Dead (not Romero mind you)
Zombieland (of course)
Automaton Transfusion

just to name a few

EDIT: To the guy above me

28 Days Later is good, but you can beat good ole Romero. He started it all


Haha, alright, I'll add those to my "To watch" list. 28 Days Later is fantastic though.
#31
every year my friends and i have a horror movie-fest around halloween. lookin forward to it this year. the guy that hosts it every year always plans something elaborate to scare us all. hopin its good. no idea what were watching this year.
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#33
Like:
Alien, Aliens, Alien 3
Cannibal Holocaust
Predator
Saw, Saw II, Saw III, Saw IV, Saw V
Se7en
Silence of the Lambs
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (original)
The Descent
The Terminator
The Thing
28 Days Later, 28 Weeks Later

Average:
Alien Resurrection
Final Destination
The Hills Have Eyes
The Ring
30 Days of Night

Dislike:
Alien Vs Predator
Alien Vs Predator: Requiem
Deep Blue Sea
Shrooms
The Grudge
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (remake and sequal)
When a Stranger Calls
#34
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Haha, alright, I'll add those to my "To watch" list. 28 Days Later is fantastic though.


F*ck yeah dude, that movie is fantastic lol




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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (the original)


Is it just me or did anybody else find this movie, as well as the remake, completely and utterly stupid? If my friends started to go missing after they went looking for help, I believe I'd be gettin the hell outta there
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#35
The Saw franchise is great, especially the first movie. I don't really consider it as horror though, maybe Crime Thriller or something. It doesn't really scare me.

The Ring, on the other hand, despite being only PG-13 scares the shit out of me everytime. I can't look at a TV alone in the middle of the night anymore.
#36
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Best Zombie movie ever is 28 Days Later. Prove me wrong.


okay...there aren't any zombies in it.....

i do believe that that's checkmate my good fellow.
#37
Dawn of the Dead Remake is really awesome. I just saw it for the first time a few days ago.
#38
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okay...there aren't any zombies in it.....

i do believe that that's checkmate my good fellow.



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Just because you're not a walking corpse does not mean you can't be zombie. Whenever you have no control over yourself and act only on you're most basic instincts, you're a zombie, dead or alive, you're a zombie
#39
is the sequel to 28 days later any good. I forget the name isn't it 48 weeks later.
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#40
Antichrist isn't a horror movie.
Saw was incredible, Saw II was pretty awesome and I watched Saw III and I probably will never watch another Saw movie in my life.
Dawn of the Dead Remake FTW!
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