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So yeah. Me and my girlfriend are looking for a good horror/paranormal movie. Shoot us a bunch. We've seen a lot but what's your guys favorites.
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#2
Gamer.

Because it was a horrible film.
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Red Dragon/Silence of the Lambs/Hannibal

A series of classics.
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Wrong Turn/House of Wax/Paranormal Activity 1/2/3.

The best horror films ever made. Ever.
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#9
The Haunting (1963)
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Room 1408...or something along those lines, I thought it was a great movie.



That the one with Samuel L Jackson in?

If so, that was actually quite weird and creepy. Worth a watch.
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The Exorcism of Emily Rose
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That movie absolutely has not aged well.
I disagree 100%
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I disagree 100%


Do you have to try to be right about everything!?!?

The Thing (1982)

They Live (1988)

Suspiria (1977)

The Exorcist (1973)

Jacob's Ladder (1990)

Don't Look Now (1973)
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Do you have to try to be right about everything!?!?

The Thing (1982)

They Live (1988)

Suspiria (1977)

The Exorcist (1973)

Jacob's Ladder (1990)

Don't Look Now (1973)
Yes. And I can prove why I'm right too!

You have good taste in horror.

I second Don't Look Now. And not just for the sex scene!
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Yes. And I can prove why I'm right too!

You have good taste in horror.

I second Don't Look Now. And not just for the sex scene!


Do explain why you're right, because I haven't seen that one.


Okay....I just fast forward to the sex scene.

I'll be honest, a lot of my horror movie watching started when I was 16ish and Bravo's 100 Scariest Movie Moments came on around Halloween.


It's not scary, and some people think it's stupid, but Antichrist with Willem Defoe was pretty entertaining, but also extremely grotesque. I'll admit, my favorite part was the fox scene, but I won't spoil everything.
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Grave Encounters.
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I bought the original Halloween on BluRay about two weeks ago. This thread has inspired me to watch it tonight while procrastinating.
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Do NOT watch the shitty american remake.


That's a good Chinese horror movie. See the Hollywood remake and it was terrible.
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#28
The Re-Animator (1983?)

From Beyond (1986)

Scanners (1980, more sci-fi but a good, gory film nonetheless)
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Are you just saying that because it's a Spanish film?
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Are you just saying that because it's a Spanish film?


No, because it was above and beyond badass.


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Do explain why you're right, because I haven't seen that one.


Okay....I just fast forward to the sex scene.

I'll be honest, a lot of my horror movie watching started when I was 16ish and Bravo's 100 Scariest Movie Moments came on around Halloween.
It's basically the best haunted house movie ever made. It's based on one of my favorite books ever, The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson.

Stylistically, it's beautifully shot. There's a lot of shadows used; the lighting is much akin to the film noir of the 50s.

I like the Bravo list, but I'm more of a fan of traditional Hollywood horror instead of the Asian movies that are typically lauded by horror fans. I think The Haunting was top 20.
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It's basically the best haunted house movie ever made. It's based on one of my favorite books ever, The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson.

Stylistically, it's beautifully shot. There's a lot of shadows used; the lighting is much akin to the film noir of the 50s.

I like the Bravo list, but I'm more of a fan of traditional Hollywood horror instead of the Asian movies that are typically lauded by horror fans. I think The Haunting was top 20.


It was a little heavy handed on the asian influence, but it was favorable as well of European and American styles. I prefer the latter two anyways.

I'll need to watch it soon. I think horror movies that use thematic motifs, themes and symbolism are always more fun than traditional "let's just scare the shit out of them" movies.
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It was a little heavy handed on the asian influence, but it was favorable as well of European and American styles. I prefer the latter two anyways.

I'll need to watch it soon. I think horror movies that use thematic motifs, themes and symbolism are always more fun than traditional "let's just scare the shit out of them" movies.
Typically what I like in horror is a nightmare or dreamlike atmosphere. Because realistically, a horror movie is never going to happen (in most cases). But where they are possible is in your dreams. That's why I like black and white horror. Although I don't personally dream in b&w, it makes a movie seem other worldly.
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Typically what I like in horror is a nightmare or dreamlike atmosphere. Because realistically, a horror movie is never going to happen (in most cases). But where they are possible is in your dreams. That's why I like black and white horror. Although I don't personally dream in b&w, it makes a movie seem other worldly.


That totally makes sense, and I agree with that. Sometimes though, stark reality horror gets to me, it's unnerving when it's presented (well, and pulled off) as a totally realistic or likely event. When I think of it's potentiality in real life, that's when it gets to me. The original Texas Chainsaw Massacre had an air about it (and a lot of places that looked familiar, being born in Texas) of a pretty realistic occurrence, save for a few scenes.
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That totally makes sense, and I agree with that. Sometimes though, stark reality horror gets to me, it's unnerving when it's presented (well, and pulled off) as a totally realistic or likely event. When I think of it's potentiality in real life, that's when it gets to me. The original Texas Chainsaw Massacre had an air about it (and a lot of places that looked familiar, being born in Texas) of a pretty realistic occurrence, save for a few scenes.
Texas Chainsaw feels very dreamy to me. Almost one of the best examples of that type of horror.

Halloween does too, but moreso when you play it in b&w.

Seriously, if you haven't watched Halloween in b&w do it now.
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Is that an option? Shiiiiit I really need to do that.


Idk, the Summer-y haze about it really kicks it home for the whole realism thing. But maybe I just need to watch it again, and end up agreeing with you anyways.

Seriously though, how do you watch Halloween in black and white?
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Is that an option? Shiiiiit I really need to do that.


Idk, the Summer-y haze about it really kicks it home for the whole realism thing. But maybe I just need to watch it again, and end up agreeing with you anyways.

Seriously though, how do you watch Halloween in black and white?
Adjust the color on your TV.

For the the haze is what makes it dreamlike. It's realistic, sure, but it's filtered through that haze.
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#40
Then I have to find a video rental place, which might prove to be tricky.


Oh wait, no, I can just turn my computer's grayscale on. Sweet.


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Did you really enjoy Begotten? The opening scene is the most interesting part, the rest of the movie unintelligibly drags on. Yeah, I get the symbolism and shit, but that doesn't make up for the extra forty minutes of run time.
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