Craven RIP posts...going to miss the "Master of Horror". I have him to thank for some of my favorites like Serpent and the Rainbow, Shocker, People Under the Stairs, and hell why not.....even Music of the Heart.
.. The kind that make you question your morals. Im also a big fan of World Cinema, Indie flicks and love seeing a bit of brutality ;) All this mainstream stuff fills the gaps, but its the movies that take my mind away to places that really scratch the itch.
Preferably ones with a good plot like Incidious. Not too scary that I have my eyes closed the whole film but a few jump scares will be good. I especially like the ones that have a bit of humour and the ones that have a guy chasing people.
The Plague. loved it when I was little. not very scary but intriguing plot and I liked how there was no main charecter. it was just follow this person, they die, follow their partner, they meet someone else, die, follow that person. it was great.
horror/disturbing movies (in no specific order): (1) Cannibal Holocaust (2) Aftermath (3) Jaws (4) Paranormal Activity (5) The Silence of the Lambs (6) Audition (7) Alexandra's Project (8) The Human Centipede II: Full Sequence (9) We Need to Talk About Kevin (10) Man Bites Dog...
!!! There was a movie about people searching for paranormal abilities to proof and experiment in lab. And they found a woman who could move objects and was becoming stronger and stronger and more scary. Does anyone know what I am talking about ??!! It was a good horror movie but...
? I can't pick I love all the classics Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, and Halloween. Oh I forgot Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one of my favorites as well. Any one have a non-cliche favorite scary movie??
I saw Halloween more times than any Disney film.
My brother always had the Texas chainsaw massacre on late in the night to cause me sleepless nights but now I love a good scare.
The last horror I watched that was any good wasnt gory but gave me the creeps, 'Sinister' very...
It's been a long time since I've watched a horror movie that wasn't scary because of jump scares. I want to watch a horror movie that's scary because of the atmosphere. Because it's meant to keep you on edge and in fear. Does anyone have any movie suggestions?
Love them. And can sleep like a baby after. Lol. Doesn't affect me
At all. Don't understand how some people can't sleep after watching a horror movie. Lol. Bring me more. But nowadays nothing good. The oldies were the best. Hello Dario Argento
THE quintessential horror movie of the 90's. I love it.
It amazes me that for how many slasher flicks I've seen, and I know it's fake, it still leaves me super queasy. That actually goes for ALL kinds of horror movies. That's why I love them so much :D