? 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??
and The Lazarus Effect. It Follows was a great film and original. it had a trippy retro/modern theme to it like this town was lost in time. the sound track was very fitting and enjoyable. the fact that I took notice proved that it was good...at least for me and my taste. the...
What would be hell for you?
Nobody else's fears but yours.
The worst tragedy that crawls through the night with a pinprick of chills crawling up your fingertips like the best and worst ecstasy that you would ever come across.
A personalized chamber of secrets if you...
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?
movie is. It may be Cannibal Holocaust (1980). Here's what I thought about it: The acting was far from great. That only led me to believe the violence would be just as bad. I was wrong. The animals killed in the movie were really killed. However, what caught me off guard was the...
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 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.
It was much better than the first, and that's what the director was going for. It was his response to the criticism generated by a lack of violence in the first installment. He succeeded. I'll be watching Final Sequence in a few days.
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
but I'm a total baby. That girl in the movie theater hiding behind her hands jumping at every sound, yeah that's me. And people hate watching them with me because I feel the need to talk during them. Like "what are you doing the killer is obviously behind the door" and "you're...