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#1
Hi, guys. Propose to discuss here the horrors that made you tremble with fear. Any ideas, any movies. I'm voting for "Mirrors". Also, like those where action takes place in subways, caves, etc (once watched a Japanese horror with curse dwelling in subway, it was really really creep). Oh, also this one is pretty impressing:
http://www.openfilm.com/videos/subway/

Please, drop links if possible... and be patient to others.
#2
Sairen was quite good, as was Diary of the Dead. Good, not really scary. I don't find many movies scary anymore.

EDIT: Except Kuchisake-Onna: The Slit Mouthed Woman. It actually had me scared every now and then.
#4
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#6
Brain Dead / Dead Alive, not really scary as such, but ****ING AWESOME nonetheless
#7
Thank you all, guys. "Slit-mouthed woman" is great...Uhh, creepy, like "One missed call"
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#9
ill have to check out mirrors

i liked silent hill. i really havent seen a good horror movie in a long time
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#10
"Silent hill" is wonderful, agreed...but I wasn't SO SO impressed 'cause I used to play the game before)
#11
Cigarette Burns was really good, it was one of the masters of horror mini movies. I am a huge fan of the hellraisers, some were real cheesy but the best one by far is Hellraiser: Inferno, it a huge mind f*&k.
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#12
Cannibal Holocaust. Not really a horror movie, but you definitely need a strong disposition to get through it in one sitting...
#13
I love horror movies, and have since I was a child, but I can't honestly say that there's ever been a horror movie that was "successful" with me. I've never had nightmares or been really scared watching one.

Horror movies rely far too much on cheap scares (building up suspense with creepy music and then having a cat jump out or something) and the endings are always horrible and cheesy. In fact, the only movie to come really close to being a great horror movie IMO wasn't even a horror movie ... The Others. The ending was awesome, it was creepy, it had a big empty house with lots of unexplored areas, it had ghosts that were actually pretty frightening ... excellent movie and a great bar-setter for any horror movie that wants to drive home the creepiness.
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Cigarette Burns was really good, it was one of the masters of horror mini movies. I am a huge fan of the hellraisers, some were real cheesy but the best one by far is Hellraiser: Inferno, it a huge mind f*&k.


Oh yeah I saw that one , Master of Horror is awesome, and so is Hellraiser.


#16
I find '70s 'classic' horrors too cheesy. The last decent horror I saw was The Strangers, because it didn't rely of loads of gore and built up tension very well. But, the ending was a bit of a disappointment.
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#17
Wolf Creek if you're looking to be extremely disturbed. Also try The Hills Have Eyes & Hannibal. They are all incredible horrors.
#18
Wasn't a horror movie... But Bram Stoker's Dracula, the 1993 one with Keanu Reeves and Anthony Hopkins... OH AND Monica Bellucci!
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#19
The Shining scared me ****less the first time I saw it.

The first Saw movie wrenched my gut around. It was just so brilliantly planned, and the idea of having to go through what those people did.
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The Shining scared me ****less the first time I saw it.

The first Saw movie wrenched my gut around. It was just so brilliantly planned, and the idea of having to go through what those people did.

I don't find the Shining scary, at all. The first Saw movie was awesome, but it's turned into a massive franchise and now it's like they're trying to squeeze them out as quickly as possible to make as much money as possible.
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#22
Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead are not horror movies. I place them both in the comedy category. The Exorcist, Christine, Cujo, Halloween (original), and the first Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th are some of the best.
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I don't find the Shining scary, at all. The first Saw movie was awesome, but it's turned into a massive franchise and now it's like they're trying to squeeze them out as quickly as possible to make as much money as possible.


Yeah I can't believe they are releasing Saw V.
#24
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Yeah I can't believe they are releasing Saw V.

I remember when the first Saw came out and I said to my friend "Fear Factory have a song on it!"

I was 12.
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#25
Nightmare on Elm Street series
Halloween series
Friday 13th Series
Rollercoaster
Johnny got his gun
Prom night
Psycho
The burning
Misery
Carrie
Sleepaway camp
Don't go in the woods
Black christmas
Texas chainsaw massacre
Silent Night, Deadly Night
Scream
Slaughter High
The Funhouse
Castle Freak
Creep
Offerings
Midnight Ride
My Bloody Valentine
New Year's Evil
Happy Birthday to Me
April Fool's Day
Mother's Day
Bloody Birthday
Hell Night
Terror Train
Visiting Hours
Mortuary
Night Warning
The Burning
The Prowler
Maniac
I Know What You Did Last Summer
Urban Legend
The Hills Have Eyes
The Hitcher
criminally insane
Twitch of the Death Nerve
The House on Sorority Row
Slumber Party Massacre
Deliria
Child's Play

Now theres some good slashers for you.
#26
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Wolf Creek if you're looking to be extremely disturbed. Also try The Hills Have Eyes & Hannibal. They are all incredible horrors.


Wolf Creek wasn't disturbing. It was a damn good movie, but it wasn't disturbing.
#29
For some reason when ever I was younger, The Blair Witch Project scared the **** out of me, now it just doesn't effect me in that way anymore. I also thought the orginial Halloween and Friday the 13th was pretty scary. I was high as **** when ever I watched The Hills Have Eyes and it ****ed tripped the **** out of me haha.


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I remember when the first Saw came out and I said to my friend "Fear Factory have a song on it!"

I was 12.



Yeah I remember I was like "Dude its Fear Factory!" But imo it was a crappy song by them.
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For some reason when ever I was younger, The Blair Witch Project scared the **** out of me, now it just doesn't effect me in that way anymore. I also thought the orginial Halloween and Friday the 13th was pretty scary. I was high as **** when ever I watched The Hills Have Eyes and it ****ed tripped the **** out of me haha.


Yeah I remember I was like "Dude its Fear Factory!" But imo it was a crappy song by them.

I dunno man, it's a good song, but very different to the standard Dino Cazares industrial riffing era. I think that song was a good change of pace for them.

I bought The Blair Witch about a year ago, it was good at building up tension. But thanks to the ending, it sucked. Even if they showed a flash of a face when the camera was whirling around it would be OK.
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I don't find the Shining scary, at all. The first Saw movie was awesome, but it's turned into a massive franchise and now it's like they're trying to squeeze them out as quickly as possible to make as much money as possible.


The scariest part of the Shining for me was when the woman looks at the typewriter and sees "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" written hundreds of times.

The chase at the end is scary, the violence isn't scary either. However, that realisation how how he had gone completely insane just chilled me to the bones.
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#32
I say an advert about mirrors on the TV, I looked at the trailer and decided it was best if i didnt watch it, lol
#33
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The scariest part of the Shining for me was when the woman looks at the typewriter and sees "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" written hundreds of times.

The chase at the end is scary, the violence isn't scary either. However, that realisation how how he had gone completely insane just chilled me to the bones.

Yeah, I get that. It didn't scare me, but I thought it was interesting. It's funny how everyone is freaking out over a couple of twins or some fat old bitch, or "Z0MG! YEW S4W 2 FRAMEZ OF SUM1 CUVRD IN BLUD!!!1!1one!!1"
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#34
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Cannibal Holocaust. Not really a horror movie, but you definitely need a strong disposition to get through it in one sitting...



I watched that movie. It was pretty amazingly disgusting. It had rock rape, regular rape, actual live turtle eating, killing a newborn baby by burying it in the mud, penis cutting. All sorts of fun.
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I watched that movie. It was pretty amazingly disgusting. It had rock rape, regular rape, actual live turtle eating, killing a newborn baby by burying it in the mud, penis cutting. All sorts of fun.

They killed a load of animals while filming, amirite? Like the turtle you mentioned, spiders, squirrel monkeys, etc.
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I dunno man, it's a good song, but very different to the standard Dino Cazares industrial riffing era. I think that song was a good change of pace for them.

I bought The Blair Witch about a year ago, it was good at building up tension. But thanks to the ending, it sucked. Even if they showed a flash of a face when the camera was whirling around it would be OK.



Yeah I don't know why I just don't really like it that much, I like more of their obsolete songs *shrug*

But I was like nine or ten when I thought it was the most horrible movie I'd seen. Plus I'd go camping all the time and think about that damn movie. But looking at it now, It really is kind of dumb. I agree that they really should of done something better at the ending instead of showing that one guy hanging in the corner and that chick falling down.
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#37
28 days later is probably the best horror movie i've ever seen. The unique style the director uses to show the emptiness post-infection is what really got to me. Not to mention the awesome opening scene when Jim walks out of the hospital and East Hastings is playing.
#38
Ichi the Killer.

That's one proper ****ed up film, actually it's the craziest film you will ever see.
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30 Days of Night was pretty damn good.

and the 28 days series is also excellent.
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The Blair Witch Project. Gaah!
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