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Hey guys can anyone recommend any good, recentish horror films? I've been googling top 10 lists and such but can't really find anything that looks overly interesting or isn't older than me and I'm in the mood for something a bit newer.
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I had a chat with Victor Miller a few years back (wrote the original Friday The 13th), and we got into a long discussion about horror in general. We agreed that foreign psychological horror trumps most current trends, and he actually recommended a flick to me, it's called Funny Games. It was directed by Michael Haneke, and the English (read: US) remake is a shot-for-shot remake of the original, just with Tim Roth and a different language. Damn good film.
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I had a chat with Victor Miller a few years back (wrote the original Friday The 13th), and we got into a long discussion about horror in general. We agreed that foreign psychological horror trumps most current trends, and he actually recommended a flick to me, it's called Funny Games. It was directed by Michael Haneke, and the English (read: US) remake is a shot-for-shot remake of the original, just with Tim Roth and a different language. Damn good film.


The latest version of Funny Games was shit.
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Must-see:

28 Days Later
Paranormal Activity
The Descent
The Shining
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
Alien
Halloween
Saw
The Thing


Avoid:

Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Shrooms
The Human Centipede
Jason X


Oddball:

Event Horizon
Final Destination
Scream
The Blair Witch Project
30 Days of Night
The Ring
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I hope you're not talking about the awful drama "The Room"? I really want to see it lol, looks badly funny. I never understood what was so great about Paranormal Activity. If anything, it just left a bad taste in mein mouth...I personally prefer old school B-Grade horror though so yeah...
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The latest version of Funny Games was shit.


Compared to the original? I've only seen the "remake," but any change ought to be very subtle--just my assumption.
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Amusement

While not exactly scary, there's a crapload of tense moments. Great work of gothic horror
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The Audition. Bit slow but creepy more than anything.

I love Audition. And I love Takashi Miike with all my heart. But you get to the point of Audition much more quickly with Imprint. And it's in English AND the picture is better. So my vote goes to Imprint over Audition.

...Seriously, though... you can't go wrong either way. Audition looks much much older than it actually is, though. So if TS really wants something newer, he should watch Imprint.
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2001 maniacs with robert england not really new, a wee bit corny but deff a good horror flick
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the thing (favorite horror fx and visuals ever, not insomnia-inducing scary, but just extremely, graphically awesome)

videodrome (i'm hesitant to call this horror, but it's like motion sickness inducing sci fi, pretty cool )
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Splinter.
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Why strictly recent ones? Some of the older horror films are the best.
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1) Pandorum
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Martyrs
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Why strictly recent ones? Some of the older horror films are the best.

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how could i be so stupid? i totally forgot Session 9. a Thriller at its finest. and Let the Right One In. Scary and touching. You know you have a good horror movie when some hollywood asshole decides to remake it. seriously dude, watch those, highly, HIGHLY recommended.
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The American remake of LTROI is pretty good too.

Anime, but Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust is an awesome flick as well.

Thirst is a vampire film from Korea.
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All 7 Saw films. Saw II is...not that great but you need to watch that one to understand what the hell is going on in the later flms [duh].

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how could i be so stupid? i totally forgot Session 9. a Thriller at its finest. and Let the Right One In. Scary and touching. You know you have a good horror movie when some hollywood asshole decides to remake it. seriously dude, watch those, highly, HIGHLY recommended.

The Hollywood asshole didn't remake a movie, he did his own interpretation of the book. And it was closer to the book. Though neither of them did even half as good of a job as I would have done.
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The American remake of LTROI is pretty good too.

Anime, but Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust is an awesome flick as well.

Thirst is a vampire film from Korea.

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I hate that I have to be recent about my suggestions. I suggest Splice or Imprint even though everyone hated Splice because they're pussies who can't handle a few disturbing sex scenes. Fans of David Cronenberg will approve.
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The Hollywood asshole didn't remake a movie, he did his own interpretation of the book. And it was closer to the book. Though neither of them did even half as good of a job as I would have done.


fair nuff, didn't think of it that way. i stand corrected. still i personally liked the swedish one better.
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fair nuff, didn't think of it that way. i stand corrected. still i personally liked the swedish one better.

I don't really like either one because they both took out the bad guy and the pedophilia and entirely too many characters. Basically the story isn't just about two kids. It's about two kids going up against a pedophile. That's the story. It's like if they made Lord of the Rings and took out all the orcs, the elves, the ring, and Sauron. But the American one was more accurate to the characters. So I dislike that one less. You should read the book. It's great. Let Me In was super accurate until close to the end.
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