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The Horror Movie Thread
« on: August 11, 2010, 03:31:50 PM »
I looked around and couldn't find one, so voila ^_^ ... the topic on The Descent sort of fueled my interest because there were a lot of good comments on there.

To be honest, I prefer psychological horrors or intelligent ghost/ supernatural stories over mindless zombie/ gore movies. I mean, the latter are fun, but can get boring for me these days, except a few like FIDO!! I'm a big fan of Asian horror movies too. Some movies I like ...

Pet Semetery.
The Thing (Carpenter).
Event Horizon.
Ringu (Original).
Dark Water (Original).
Ju-On (Original).
A Tale Of Two Sisters (Original).
Noroi.
Sakebi.
Kairo aka Pulse (Original).
Rofotu.
Korei.
Cure.
Inside.
The Things (Original).
REC.
Quarantine.
The House.
Hell-Raiser I and II.
Alien and Aliens. Alien III had immense potential, but lacked a better script or storyteller of a director.
The Shining.
The Night Flier.
In The Mouth Of Madness.
Splinter.
The Exorcist.
The Exorcism Of Emily Rose.
The Changeling.
IT.
Poltergeist cos it's a cool classic, decent fun.
The Silence Of The Lambs.
Jaws.
Pans Labyrinth for it's story telling.
Audition (Original).
Hansel & Gretel.
Night Of The Living Dead.
Dawn Of The Dead.
Saw.
The Descent.
The Orphanage.
Ginger Snaps.
Frailty.
The Fog.
Dog Soldiers.
The Crazies (Original).
Anti-Christ.
Event Horizon ... cos it's fun!

And, The Human Centipede was a disappointing bore >_<'

My brain just broke ... can't think of any more titles at this moment :zodd:
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Re: The Horror Movie Thread
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2010, 03:51:13 PM »
You mentioned Event Horizon twice. You must really like it. :iva:

Audition (Original).

I watched the last ten minutes of this on youtube and it absolutely destroyed me. I couldn't get that scene out of my head for over a week. It's for this very reason I won't be watching any more of Takashi Miike's horror films. The guy's so good he's going to keep me away from his movies for life. :void:

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« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2010, 04:18:43 PM »
Ouch, my bad!! I'll take if off after my post : p ... or keep it haha. Sam Neil's 'da man'

Takashi's movies are interesting, and some of them fall into the same predictable loop. With Audition, the last half hour is really worth the entire flick. His short film Box was pretty good, actually 3/ Three is a decent anthology of 3 horror stories put together by 3 different directors. Amongst his movies, the only duds for me are Visitor Q, Ley Lines, and Imprint (big disappointment).
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« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2010, 04:32:37 PM »
Horror eh? Here's a list of some I love and some that scarred me as a child.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Original: It freakedme out as a child)
Night of the Living Dead (The 90's Remake)
Poltergeist
Audition
Gozu
Jaws (Yes, every time I too far from the beach it comes to mind. Every time.)
Deliverance
Hostel
The Blob (80's version)

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« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2010, 05:16:03 PM »
Gozu
The Blob (80's version)
Good pick! Months ago, I heard Rob Zombie was considering remaking The Blob, I'd boycott that :azan:
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« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2010, 06:14:05 PM »
I don't know what good horror is, not that I'm up tight about it, but I enjoy good stories along with it. So the slasher flicks never really added up to me at all, the TCSM movies was the closest and those feel apart after the first one. But here are my picks.

The Thing
Dawn of the Dead (Both/ also Night)
Interview with the Vampire
Bram Stroker's Dracula
American Werewolf in London
The Gate
Identity
The Shining
Jaws
Lovecrafts Re Animator
Silver Bullet
The Fog
Pitch Black
Alien(s)
Dead Alive
Sleepy Hollow
The Fly
Body Snatchers (Original B&W and 80's)
From Dust Till Dawn
Underworld

Stuff like that.

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« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2010, 06:43:40 PM »
I'm halfway through watching Anti-Christ as I write this. Idk what to say yet. I'll keep thee posted.

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« Reply #7 on: August 11, 2010, 06:57:28 PM »
Haha The Gate! Damn I haven't seen that in a while, i must have been 12 or so I first (and last) watched The Gate. It wouldn't hold up today I bet, but I do have some great memories of it, though very vague, hazy memories. Like the classic moster under the beg grabbing your leg, and those little clay people!



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« Reply #8 on: August 11, 2010, 08:00:23 PM »
Hell yes! The Gate. Totally horror cheese. Stabbing the eye in the hand always makes me squirm.

Ok, just finished Anti-Christ and it left me with images that won't leave my mind anytime soon.  :judo: It's pretty graphic.

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« Reply #9 on: August 11, 2010, 08:36:42 PM »
I'm not a big horror movie guy, but here's some off the top of my head:

Night of the Living Dead
Halloween
Dawn of the Dead
The Silence Of The Lambs
Jaws
Alien
Aliens
The Thing
Evil Dead II
Interview with the Vampire
Seven
Bram Stoker's Dracula
American Psycho
Wicked City
In The Mouth Of Madness
Troll 2
Sex and the City 2

I'm sure I'm forgetting some, and probably a good one too, like so good I blocked it out.

On that note, Zombies are #1 for me, since I actually suffered from zombiephobia for years. When I was little, my dad and my cousin teased me so bad about zombies one night that I was irrationally scared of them throughout the rest of my childhood and adolescence. I thought they were coming to eat me in my sleep, and every rustle outside my window was the slow shamble of a zombie that would soon sink its teeth into my flesh and eat me alive. Great way to go to bed every night!

This naturally made me both frightened and fascinated by zombie movies. I didn't want anything to do with them at first, but as time went by, I was drawn to them by my fear and curiosity. I used to barricade myself in my room, literally, on Halloween and watch Night of the Living Dead like it was really happening. Zombie movie viewings like that, and hours of therapy provided by Resident Evil games (which could really scare the fuck out of me, more than most people), finally cured me. Sadly, I don't watch a lot of zombie movies anymore, they don't have the same power over me, and for the most part they're a dime a dozen shitfests (I've seen Zombie Honeymoon... oh God). Anyway, I know first hand what makes zombies scary, it's psychological, and fast moving ADD gore porn zombies aren't.

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« Reply #10 on: August 13, 2010, 03:04:20 PM »
Hell yes! The Gate. Totally horror cheese. Stabbing the eye in the hand always makes me squirm.

Ok, just finished Anti-Christ and it left me with images that won't leave my mind anytime soon.  :judo: It's pretty graphic.
Like that one scene when she hits him in the groin, continues to masturbate him, and he cums blood ... sort of reminds me of a Cannibal Corpse song :slan:

I haven't seen The Gate and Wicked City - I'll check it out this weekend ^_^

Zombie Honeymoon ... sounds good haha ... I'll pick it up just for the cheese factor.

What do you guys think of recent releases? Uhhmmm Mirrors, Paranormal Activity, that movie with Adrian Brody in it that came out recently (I haven't checked it out) ... and such? No impact eeehhh.
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« Reply #11 on: August 16, 2010, 07:10:05 PM »
Guillermo del Toro and James Cameron are teaming up to try and tackle H. P. Lovecrafts At the Mountains of Madness.

http://www.firstshowing.net/2010/07/28/del-toro-directing-at-the-mountains-of-madness-movie-next/

Apparently del Toro has been wanting to do this for years, so maybe him leaving The Hobbit isn't so bad afterall.

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« Reply #12 on: August 17, 2010, 12:56:30 AM »
Man, that's a good story! I hope they don't botch things up. Del Torro has a good track record, but the only good things he's done are Pan's, Hellboy (if I'm very partial), and The Devil's Backbone.
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« Reply #13 on: February 24, 2013, 07:56:10 PM »
Wow, it's been 2+ years since we posted on this one. Speaking of At The Mountains Of Madness, (as we know) they shafted the project but there are hopes that it's been revived, last I heard so let's see if it gets made, with or without Tom Cruise. I don't mind Cruise, he's done well in War Of The Worlds or Minority Report or Collateral.

Anyone watched any good Horror movies since your last post on here or recently? Going through my library and here's a sort of update ...

Kill List - Brit Thriller/ Horror circling the story of a hitman, DAMN good. Recommend watching it with subs for some of the dialog sounds muddled. Great soundtrack too.

Sinister - a little refreshing compared to the recent crop of Poltergeist~ish movies starring Ethan Hawke and it came out last year.

A Serbian Film - gruesome and pretty frakked up. That's all I can say.

Rare Exports - Santa, eating babies? Haha and surprisingly well made!

Let Me In - refreshing original, not the remake Let The Right One In. One of the few movies I re-watched twice. Really really good.

I Saw The Devil - this one's on Netflix, cannot recommend it enough for fans of Oldboy.

The Last Exorcism - I didn't think it was as bad as people made it out to be, the ending was fun to watch. Recently saw a trailer for a sequel, uuhhmmm looks meh but who knows.

Piranha 3D - I like it a lot cos it knows what kind of movie it aims to be and succeeds at it. Had a blast watching it at the theater.

Insidious - for the flak the movie got, it's not THAT bad. Kinda curious how Mama compares. I thought the rescue sequence at the end was cool.

Which reminds me, someone last week (while I was picking up a few Asian Horror flicks at a local store) told me the Fright Night remake isn't all that bad, what do you guys think? I'm on the bend whether or not I want to see it.

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« Reply #14 on: February 25, 2013, 06:20:46 AM »
Which reminds me, someone last week (while I was picking up a few Asian Horror flicks at a local store) told me the Fright Night remake isn't all that bad, what do you guys think? I'm on the bend whether or not I want to see it.

I don't think it's as bad as what people say it is i watched it awhile ago tho so can't recall it so well Lol but i did enjoy it! obviously not as fun as the original tho i love that movie!

Some others i like are...

30 days of night
The lost boys
Halloween 1 & 2 (rob zombie)
Dawn of the dead (original & remake)
The thing
Paranormal activity 1-4 (these movies really creep me out something chronic!)
American psycho
Texas chainsaw massacre 1 & 2
The crazies
The fog
The amityville horror (remake)
Poltergeist
Interview with a vampire

Ahhh there's so many more but my mind is blank right now  :mozgus:

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« Reply #15 on: February 25, 2013, 06:34:15 PM »

A Serbian Film - gruesome and pretty frakked up. That's all I can say.

Oh yeah? That's cute. Try watching this movie. It's far more mentally fucked up than A Serbian Film. Not QUITE as violet or perverse, but it's pretty deranged for the time it came out.

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« Reply #16 on: February 25, 2013, 07:01:16 PM »
Haha cool beans. Thanks for the recco, I'll check it out.

I recently watched The Loved Ones which I highly recommend. I haven't watched Martyr's in a long time or Inside. Man, Inside had me grinding my teeth in a scene, I still remember that moment. Talking about em makes me want to re-watch em.

The thing
Original or the remake? I feel like the remake doesn't hold up well when compared to the original. But as a stand-alone flick, it's not bad.
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« Reply #17 on: February 26, 2013, 12:30:54 AM »
Haha cool beans. Thanks for the recco, I'll check it out.

I recently watched The Loved Ones which I highly recommend. I haven't watched Martyr's in a long time or Inside. Man, Inside had me grinding my teeth in a scene, I still remember that moment. Talking about em makes me want to re-watch em.
Original or the remake? I feel like the remake doesn't hold up well when compared to the original. But as a stand-alone flick, it's not bad.

The original one didn't do anything for me.

Sadly, the remake had some scenes that scared the shit out of me.

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« Reply #18 on: February 26, 2013, 02:08:54 AM »
I recently watched The Loved Ones which I highly recommend.
Yea i like the loved ones thought it was really good aswell

Original or the remake? I feel like the remake doesn't hold up well when compared to the original. But as a stand-alone flick, it's not bad.
I watched the remake Ive never seen the original

Oh yeah? That's cute. Try watching this movie. It's far more mentally fucked up than A Serbian Film. Not QUITE as violet or perverse, but it's pretty deranged for the time it came out.
Just read about that and A Serbian Film on wikipedia WOW they sound incredibly sick and fucked up! No thank you!  :magni:

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« Reply #19 on: February 26, 2013, 05:40:31 AM »
Which reminds me, someone last week (while I was picking up a few Asian Horror flicks at a local store) told me the Fright Night remake isn't all that bad, what do you guys think? I'm on the bend whether or not I want to see it.

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It was surprisingly a lot more fun than expected, it's very conscious of the type of movie it is and doesn't try to be more than that. And not that it really matters but The Thing (2011) is a prequel to Carpenter's The Thing, not a remake.

I watched Pandorum not incredibly long ago and enjoyed it.

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« Reply #20 on: February 26, 2013, 07:35:42 AM »
Sex and the City 2
This is awfully late, but this made me see that terrible movie in a whole new light.

I mainly end up watching foreign language horror movies for some reason. I've seen mostly Japanese ones as I've majored in the language, so I'll put them in their own category:

Ju-On (particularly liked the first and second films)
Ring
Tales of the Unusual (though only the first story is technically horror)
Urban Legend Story: Hikiko (The whole thing is in CGI, and yet it scared me >_>)
Noroi
One Missed Call (Series, though my fave is the final movie)

There's also a few series of Japanese horror shorts of about 5 minutes each, like Goosebumps From Japan, Scary Stories from Japan, Real Life Scary Stories, etc.

I've also seen a number of Korean horror films, though the one that made the biggest impression on me was R-Point (it's about South Korean soldiers in the Vietnam War). I also really liked The Orphanage (Spanish).

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« Reply #21 on: February 26, 2013, 09:03:19 PM »
I watched the remake Ive never seen the original
Just read about that and A Serbian Film on wikipedia WOW they sound incredibly sick and fucked up! No thank you!  :magni:

Yeah, check out the original flick cos what you saw was the prequel. In my opinion, the original is a lot better than the prequel.

ASF is definitely not a movie you could watch with family around :carcus:

It was surprisingly a lot more fun than expected, it's very conscious of the type of movie it is and doesn't try to be more than that. And not that it really matters but The Thing (2011) is a prequel to Carpenter's The Thing, not a remake.

I watched Pandorum not incredibly long ago and enjoyed it.

Cool beans, I'll check it out one of these nights after work. And yeah, you're right about The Thing's prequel, I just jokingly called it a remake for obvious reasons ^_^. The soundtrack on the original is solid.

I watched Pandorum when it had come out, liked it but didn't fall in love with it cos my expectations were high and the monsters weren't as scary as they're shown to be (like the way they moved around wasn't threatening enough). The concept is pretty good, even the end, bad execution aside.

Ju-On (particularly liked the first and second films)
Ring
Tales of the Unusual (though only the first story is technically horror)
Urban Legend Story: Hikiko (The whole thing is in CGI, and yet it scared me >_>)
Noroi
One Missed Call (Series, though my fave is the final movie)

There's also a few series of Japanese horror shorts of about 5 minutes each, like Goosebumps From Japan, Scary Stories from Japan, Real Life Scary Stories, etc.

I've also seen a number of Korean horror films, though the one that made the biggest impression on me was R-Point (it's about South Korean soldiers in the Vietnam War). I also really liked The Orphanage (Spanish).

Very nice list. Haven't checked out R-Point or those Japanese short movies. Speaking of K-horror, have you seen Acacia, The Tale of Two Sisters, Voices, Uninvited?

Noroi's definitely under-rated although it's influenced by a few movies like Blair Witch Project, Ju-On or Ringu. That journalist would crack me up with his reactions and the end is a bit spooky.

Have you watched any of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's flicks (Cure, Pulse, Loft, Seance)? His style is pretty brooding, atmospheric and some cool ideas (Cure or Pulse).
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« Reply #22 on: February 27, 2013, 03:14:06 AM »
Heres my list most of them I dont think anyone will remember.

Witch board 1-2
The night god screemed
end of days
amity ville horror
Childs play
misery
Step Father
Sleep away camp
976 evil
omen
puppet master
candy man
house
hellraiser
maniac cop
Warlock
children of the corn
brainscan
the prophecy
cat's eye
split second
deadly friend
waxwork
april fools

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« Reply #23 on: February 27, 2013, 11:16:31 AM »
Speaking of K-horror, have you seen Acacia, The Tale of Two Sisters, Voices, Uninvited?
I've had a look at A Tale of Two Sisters, but I ended up with no idea what was going on. :troll: Acacia, The Uninvited and Voices are still on my to-watch list.

I have seen Voice though (different film :guts:) which is part of the 5-film Whispering Corridors series. I find these a bit dull/slow, but that's just me.

Some other K-horror I've seen:

Dead Friend
Into the Mirror
The Red Shoes
The Wig
Cinderella

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Noroi's definitely under-rated although it's influenced by a few movies like Blair Witch Project, Ju-On or Ringu. That journalist would crack me up with his reactions and the end is a bit spooky.
That journalist guy was quite funny. ='D There are other Japanese films in that mold too, like The Unidentified, The Mountain Incident and Shirome. I wasn't blown away by any of these though, perhaps because Noroi made me used to that kind of narrative.

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Have you watched any of Kiyoshi Kurosawa's flicks (Cure, Pulse, Loft, Seance)? His style is pretty brooding, atmospheric and some cool ideas (Cure or Pulse).
I've definitely heard of most of those. I've seen Pulse, and totally agree about the style. Loft always looked pretty interesting, though I haven't seen it yet.

Now I'm thinking about horror again, more films are coming to mind.

Some more J-horror:

Dark Water - This is based on the story Floating Water that appeared in Koji Suzuki's book of horror short stories (also called Dark Water). The film version has a different ending to the book. It's pretty ... depressing.

Uzumaki (How could I forget that one. I read the manga and everything :???:) The film was apparently released before the manga ended, so the ending is different. I loved the cinematography and the eccentric soundtrack. (Was seriously pumped when I found the soundtrack online one day).

Kaidan - This one has a historical setting. It's part of the J-Horror Theatre series, which also contains Yogen/Premonition, which I really want to see.

...I was going to watch Audition but chickened out halfway through, knowing what was coming. ='D
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« Reply #24 on: March 04, 2013, 06:49:55 PM »
I've had a look at A Tale of Two Sisters, but I ended up with no idea what was going on. :troll: Acacia, The Uninvited and Voices are still on my to-watch list.

Add Wishing Stairs to that list, just about decent. A Tale Of Two Sisters I thought was darn good - gripping, horrific, keeps you emotionally invested till the end and throws a curve-ball at you. If anything I think the ending spelt out what exactly happened. I wish they didn't do that and instead dropped hints for us here or there.

Since Kiyoshi's movies were brought up in the thread, I had to re-watch em, so I did - Cure, Pulse and Retribution - the latter is so under-rated.

Some other K-horror I've seen:

Dead Friend
Into the Mirror
The Red Shoes
The Wig
Cinderella

Thanks for the recommendations, keep em coming! I checked out The Red Shoes last night and it was surprisingly good/ enjoyable. The whole mother-daughter relationship and their scenes together in the end were horrific, especially the end. I liked the leading the audience on or ambiguity about closure that it leaves the viewer with.

I'm currently looking for Dear Friend, The Wig and Cinderalla. I'll hit up Into The Mirror this week, didn't know Mirrors was a re-make of that.

I've definitely heard of most of those. I've seen Pulse, and totally agree about the style. Loft always looked pretty interesting, though I haven't seen it yet.

Now I'm thinking about horror again, more films are coming to mind.

Some more J-horror:

Dark Water - This is based on the story Floating Water that appeared in Koji Suzuki's book of horror short stories (also called Dark Water). The film version has a different ending to the book. It's pretty ... depressing.

Uzumaki (How could I forget that one. I read the manga and everything :???:) The film was apparently released before the manga ended, so the ending is different. I loved the cinematography and the eccentric soundtrack. (Was seriously pumped when I found the soundtrack online one day).

Kaidan - This one has a historical setting. It's part of the J-Horror Theatre series, which also contains Yogen/Premonition, which I really want to see.

...I was going to watch Audition but chickened out halfway through, knowing what was coming. ='D

Kaidan's a classic, it's pretty formidable in giving out genuine scares even today. Didn't know Dark Water was based on a book and wait, different ending (?) - color me interested. I love the fee and tone of the movie a lot, the same with Ringu or Ju-On. It's that feeling of dread, amplified by watching it in the dark on a big screen : p. Try Long Dream if you liked Uzumaki, not as scary but fun. Let me know what you think of Kiyoshi's other movies.

I'm a sucker for Horror and get bloody scared. But it's fun for me when I overcome that.
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