for "Tusk". It was released back in September last year. It's a body horror movie along the lines of "The Human Centipede". I wanted to see it in the theatre but it will be shown on my movie channel very soon.
not thrillers nor gore movies but intentionally meant to scare you movies. I love paranormal movies and movies that are based on true stories :-) when I was growing up I loved 13 ghosts, but now when I watch it, it makes me laugh haha
as a kid. My cousin and I were incredibly terrified of the trailer. We stayed up late one night in our grandparent's house, with the volume turned down. We were so scared but we watched it.
I've never seen this movie anywhere else since. I'm so excited as it is on right now on...
for me. I swear I think I could come up with scarier stuff. I wish they were more realistic.
What I think horror movies need more of:
1. Smarter Characters- too many times movies are ruined because everyone is retarded. I get the occasional bad choices but come on. Have...
I love horror movies. They give you a chance to experience what other movies do not. In a horror movie, the villain can win. In most movies, you get the fairy tale ending of the hero defeating the villain and getting the girl. However, in horror the hero can meet his end as well...
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!
can anyone help?
- stuff that can actually happen
- preferably a domesticated setting, nothing to do with wars or an epidemic etc.
- no Japanese or b-movies
- professional camera, not low budget
- convincing acting
recently is that if you share a reality with another person chances are you might not be going mad, it might be real. If no one sees what you see chances are you have a mental illness. Not to say it's not real to that person. I think it's pretty scary both ways but it's scarier...
Friday The 13th?
Nightmare on Elm Street?
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre?
Children Of The Corn?
Night if the living dead?
I remember watching Friday the 13th first. Saw poltergeist in the movie theatre. I was 11 years old. I am not sure how i snuck out to see this. My " babysitter" was 13. Somehow i went with her but i did get into trouble. I saw weird things in the house i lived in as a...
I am starting my own horror movie collection. I have anything from; Friday the 13th series, Halloween (1&2 rob zombie), Hannibal (few of them), bloody valentine, exorcist, big box of horror (over 40 ish horror movies), mirrors, Carrie (not really scary though), the cabin in the...
I love the 80s ones and watch only 80s. It really upsets me why people who have no nerves come and comment under the videos silly comments. Insults, comments which upset not only me as horror fan, but the actors and directors aswell. Why comment it "I find it creepy" "it scared...
that i love and i will include some television series as well
Carnival of souls
Children shouldn't play with dead things
The House By The Cemetery
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Night of the living dead ( scared me shitless when i was a...
as the God's will
Damn this is diff! I like it!
The story is about the students who wer forced to play games in exchange for their lives.. The first game is simple.. When the creature turns his back from the students the students can move .. If he face them and saw the...
that jump out at you or make you scared to leave your chair/couch/bed during the film, it's the ones that keep you hooked dragging you through the films, the films that make you lay up at 3 in the morning questioning why and how the horrors that play with your head x
Bla bla bla. Horror movies are not the same anymore. It's just commercial. Special effects that u come to wonder : hello wtf? No storyline. Come on people. Check the roots. I can give u a long list. And dare you all to watch some of them and get back to me.