I watched sinister the other day, that was jumpy in, some bits but compared to nightmare on elm street, I used to be petrified of Freddy Kruger but now horrors just aren't the same, they should be classed as comedies
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...
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...
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!
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...
Friday The 13th?
Nightmare on Elm Street?
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre?
Children Of The Corn?
Night if the living dead?
.. have to be brave enough to defy those who seek our collusion in selling their latest bloody adventure in someone else's country... That means always challenging the official story, however patriotic that story may appear, however seductive and insidious it is. For propaganda...
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...