game coming? Fifty minutes in and so far, it's a cliche carried by cinematic grit. Disjointed film noir. Trucker tortures prostitute, shaves her blonde head... Twice? Or was that another girl?
Red Bull. Cigarette. Slightly bored, thinking I could do this flick better.
and it scared me. I have a German Shepard who weighs more than me and I was imagining her being evil and rabid. It's so much scarier than paranormal activity and ghost things, which we all know are so fake and photoshopped badly
as much as I do!
let's go adventure in haunted places,
go overboard on Halloween each year,
marathon old crappy horror movies <3
as we cuddle in for the night.
Lets give each other horror movie t-shirts and dance in graveyards at night.
let's celebrate the living and dead...
Friday The 13th?
Nightmare on Elm Street?
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre?
Children Of The Corn?
Night if the living dead?
dope in the grunge era living a perpetual Groundhog Day of sleazy exploitation. Dacryphiliac's dream. Twenty minutes in, she meets a trucker packing chloroform. For the next ten minutes, he positions her like a rag doll in some dingy room.
She awakens screaming and writhing...
but my guilty pleasure is so awful they are good straight to DVD bargain bin horror films! Like octopus vs shark (pretty self explanatory), zombie beavers (no puns in that film at all) or ginger deadman (about a possessed biscuit). So funny!
I love cult classics and a few (very select few) newer ones. The only thing that sucks is that I haven't been scared by a movie since I was 8 years old. It sucks because I atually really like scaring myself sometimes.
Even if they don't really frighten me these days, I still...
horror movies - when horror movies aren't even "scary" 99% of the time.
I love horror movies - they're my favorite kind of movie. But I love them for the story, not because they're actually "scary".
I think people are confusing actual "fear" with disliking suspense, gore and...