#1
Ok Exorcist= no for many different reasons.
So obviously it didn't satisfy my recent craving for horror sooo...

Anyone got any good horror/thriller/zombie/whatever you wanna call movies that will give my a good scare, but don't scar me for all eternity?

I'm thinking more suspense or thriller instead of slasher.

Thank thou...
#4
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Saw I, II, III, IV

So the ones that will be coming out are called See?
#5
Cannibal Holocaust

Saw II was very funny in parts too.
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Naw, they're using the word "see" for the marketing of the next film.

Go see Saw 5 NAOW!

I saw that coming...


EDIT:
You said see-saw.
#8
28 Days later is pretty sweet.

But I think you'll have to go Saw I or II, if you haven't seen them.
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#9
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I saw that coming...


EDIT:
You said see-saw.


You got there!

28 days / weeks later are both great movies too.

I saw a really good brutal vampire movie the other day, and I can't remember what it was called.
#10
The Descent
Halloween (1978 version)
The Grudge
August Underground's Mordum
August Underground's Penance
#11
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You got there!

28 days / weeks later are both great movies too.

I saw a really good brutal vampire movie the other day, and I can't remember what it was called.


30 Days of Night?

Good read, that was.
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The Descent
Halloween (1978 version)
The Grudge
August Underground's Mordum
August Underground's Penance



Oh Yeah! The descent. Great Movie!!!
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Oh Yeah! The descent. Great Movie!!!


Freaked the crap out of me, in no small part due to my intense fear/hatred of caving.
#16
REC
Evil Dead 1 & 2 (not really scary though, just gory)
Hills Have Eyes
Nightmare On Elm Street

ect.
ect.
#17
Blair witch project and the mothman prophecies are two of my favourite films
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#18
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REC
Evil Dead 1 & 2 (not really scary though, just gory)
Hills Have Eyes
Nightmare On Elm Street

ect.
ect.

The hills have eyes, with the sound of mus...
Oh, wait.
#19
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Oh Yeah! The descent. Great Movie!!!


One of the worst movies I have ever seen.
Follow the smoke toward the riff filled land
brutal
#20
^^ i second the REC mention... and also for something completely terrifying then watch "lars and the real girl"... i still have nightmares.
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#22
although Saw does have its suspenseful moments, it's more of a gore movie i reckon
but yeah, still good for a scare
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One of the worst movies I have ever seen.

+1
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#24
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^^ i second the REC mention... and also for something completely terrifying then watch "lars and the real girl"... i still have nightmares.


lol, lars and the real girl is just ****ed up, even though it isn't a horror movie.
#25
all 8 Nightmare on Elm Street's....Freddys hilarious near the end of them...Alice Cooper lol
"Spin the middle side topwise. Topwise!"

"And there's Jimmy Page, the biggest thief of American Blues music"
#26
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REC
Evil Dead 1 & 2 (not really scary though, just gory)
Hills Have Eyes
Nightmare On Elm Street

ect.
ect.


+1 for REC. The full film leaves you in utter suspense, then those final 10 minutes just stab you in the face.

Sorry for the crap metaphor.
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+1 for REC. The full film leaves you in utter suspense, then those final 10 minutes just stab you in the face.

Sorry for the crap metaphor.


REC?
I it the anagram? Or is that the name?
Is Quarantine another name?
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#28
play a good video game. I would recommend DOOM 3 or Condemned: Criminal Origins.

as far as scary movies go, there aren't any modern ones that fit the bill without being gory. the remake of the omen wasn't too bad. check out the original trilogy
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#29
The Orphanage is a brilliant supernatural thriller if you can be arsed watching subtitles
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#31
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REC?
I it the anagram? Or is that the name?
Is Quarantine another name?


REC is the name, as in recording, as it's all done on a single video camera. Much like the blair witch. REC is the original Spanish version. Quarantine is the hollywood remake that comes out soon. Any movie with subtitles Hollywood always feels a need to remake it. Next up Frontiers no doubt.