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What are some awesome ones? Super popular, or little known and low budget.

Thanks in advance for the input!
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This.

Also The Evil Dead.
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Childs Play. **** Chucky
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When a Stranger Calls 2

The first one is about the babysitter being called from within the house shes sitting at. This one is about that guy silently stalking her, and doing things like rearrange her books to show her that he is still around her. Very creepy... then again last time I saw it I was like 10.
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1978, bro. the sequels were in the 80's, but they were shit.
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Prince of Darkness
Day of the Dead
Altered States
Re-Animator
Santa Sangre
Near Dark
Pet Sematary
Dead Ringers
Hellraiser
Blue Velvet
Dreamscape
The Beyond
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1978, bro. the sequels were in the 80's, but they were shit.


Yeah, I think there were some in the 90's too, I saw one of the sequels and it did suck. The Rob Zombie one on the other hand, that one was pretty scary.
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Gremlins, although that is more comedy than horror
Critters
Friday the 13th
Anguish
Pumpkinhead
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A couple of my favs:

Night of the Creeps
Re-Animator
Pet Sematary
American Werewolf in London
Poltergeist
Night of the Demons
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Creepshow
The Fly
Cujo
The Shining
The Fog
The Thing
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A couple of my favs:

Night of the Creeps
Re-Animator
Pet Sematary
American Werewolf in London
Poltergeist
Night of the Demons
Return to Horror High
Creepshow
The Fly
Cujo
The Shining
The Fog
The Thing


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To the poster who said IT, well not to nitpick but IT came out in 1990.

For me, it would be:

The Thing
The Fly
Aliens
Creepshow
From Beyond
Evil Dead
Evil Dead II
Night of the Demons
Cujo
Re-Animator

And one of the most original, underrated and very horrifying horror movies to ever come out:

Shakma!
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For me, it would be:

The Thing
Aliens
From Beyond
Re-Animator

I forgot to add that one too.
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I forgot to add that one too.
It is a brilliant classic, the best from that series of actors/writers who collaborated on a few other films like Re-Animator.

Have you ever seen Shakma?
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He was in the 90's too. Ever seen Vampires or In The Mouth of Madness?
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It is a brilliant classic, the best from that series of actors/writers who collaborated on a few other films like Re-Animator.

Have you ever seen Shakma?

No, I haven't. It looks like a ridiculous movie. I'll have to see it sometime.
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No, I haven't. It looks like a ridiculous movie. I'll have to see it sometime.
Well, I've always considered scenarios that don't require me to forcefully abandon all logic and reality to be much more scarier. Shakma is much more plausible than Nightmare On Elm Street for instance and that is what elevates it past some of the dumber moments.
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Well, I've always considered scenarios that don't require me to forcefully abandon all logic and reality to be much more scarier. Shakma is much more plausible than Nightmare On Elm Street for instance and that is what elevates it past some of the dumber moments.

I don't even like Nightmare on Elm Street . But a movie about a killer baboon seems awful. Any kind of movie where it is a killer animal is utterly unappealing to me and I would only watch it for a laugh.
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Technically late 70's, but check out Phantasm. Awesomely cheesy low-budget horror.
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I don't even like Nightmare on Elm Street .
We actually agree on something!
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But a movie about a killer baboon seems awful. Any kind of movie where it is a killer animal is utterly unappealing to me and I would only watch it for a laugh.
I see what your saying but I'll take it a bit further and say that if it were done before it is usually for some stupid reason, like aliens or something.

Just like Cujo was realistic, for its time, this film gets away with it because Baboons are naturally aggressive animals. Combine that aggressiveness with experimental drugs that have led to insanity and you get a very vicious animals. None of the people have weapons and there is no way out of the building.

Again, nowadays, it wouldn't really work because these days you could just use your cellphone and find a way out. But then again, maybe not, this is a horror movie after all. I bet cell phone companies despise horror movies.

"How dare you make our product look unreliable!"
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Technically late 70's, but check out Phantasm. Awesomely cheesy low-budget horror.

I love Phantasm. It's a classic.

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We actually agree on something!I see what your saying but I'll take it a bit further and say that if it were done before it is usually for some stupid reason, like aliens or something.

Just like Cujo was realistic, for its time, this film gets away with it because Baboons are naturally aggressive animals. Combine that aggressiveness with experimental drugs that have led to insanity and you get a very vicious animals. None of the people have weapons and there is no way out of the building.

Again, nowadays, it wouldn't really work because these days you could just use your cellphone and find a way out. But then again, maybe not, this is a horror movie after all. I bet cell phone companies despise horror movies.

"How dare you make our product look unreliable!"

Yeah, I get it. But honestly I don't care how realistic it is, I just don't enjoy killer animal movies.
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Yeah, I get it. But honestly I don't care how realistic it is, I just don't enjoy killer animal movies.
What about realism in films outside of the killer animal idea?

How important to you is realistic scenarios, characters, plots, reactions, etc...?
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What about realism in films outside of the killer animal idea?

How important to you is realistic scenarios, characters, plots, reactions, etc...?

Realism isn't essential to me. I think a good combination of horror and surrealism can be just as effective. But good character development and plot is very important. If I can't connect to the characters, why the hell would I give a shit what happens to them? And without a strong plot, the whole thing just falls apart.
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Dolls. Done in 1986, some consider this little known gem to be a partial inspiration to Child's play. Plus it has a punk chick killed by wooden toy soldiers.

Creepy little flick, I highly recommend it.

On the subject of horror toys, Puppet Master and its sequels are worth a watch as well.
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Definitely Pet Sematary and Fright Night. Those are two of the best horror movies I've ever seen.
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I've had the opportunity to watch Pet Sematary so many times but never did, the description sounded so dumb! I guess I'll check it out now though, you guys seem confident that it's good.

Well thanks for all the suggestions, I'll bes sure to see a lot of them this Summer.

And if anyone's still reading this thread, how about any psychological horror/thriller movies?
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