Friday The 13th?
Nightmare on Elm Street?
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre?
Children Of The Corn?
Night if the living dead?
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...
Remember them 3 girls that got kidnapped by a Spanish maan for 10 years yeah the movie is called the Cleveland abduction and it tells you everything bout it like it tells you from the girls view but its actors doing it.Its a very scary sad intense movie.But I didn't want to stop...
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 have seen literally hundreds of horror movies. The first movie I ever remember watching would be Friday the 13th Part 2 when I was about 4. The most recent horror movies I have seen would be The Gallows and Unfriended. I thought they were both good movies. They were a bit...
' It is a found footage horror film with the setup of being a compilation of home movies from the Poe family. This movie was a bit disturbing, a bit creepy, and definitely dark. The movie has a slow pace to it. I know that most people feel that a slow pace is a detriment to any...
they're not too gruesome but they're full of suspense and the plot gives me chills...The idea of something not quite human having the power to do anything in whatever state you are; but particularly when you're most vulnerable terrifies me and intrigues me
I found a copy of Salems Lot: The Mini Series from 1979 and will be including that in this years Halloween Horror Movie Marathon. im also including the 1973 version of The Wicker Man and the 1978 Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, as a tribute to Christopher Lee and Leonard Nimoy
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...
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.
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
movie ever! It's essentially a story that focuses on a group of teenagers that suddenly find themselves having to deal with a psychopath who's tormenting, torturing and murdering them as an act of revenge due to an unspeakable history between him and their parents. It just so...
I used to get scared so easily and wasn't able to watch any sort of horror movie without have nightmares. But now that bad islet the only genre I watch, mostly because of Netflix. My aunt got it and made me account on hers so I downloaded an app that allows me to stream the U.S...
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...
'Digging Up The Marrow.' It was a mockumentary starring Adam Green who would be the director, etc. behind the Hatchet franchise, Frozen, Holliston, and more. The film is about a director, Green, making a documentary about monsters and is contacted by a man claiming that he can...