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Horror by Zorak - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 09:10:46 EST ID:ex7DLNqa No.355725 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Who would remake a movie that is only 14 years old?
Anyways, was this good?
Also, horror general. What are some recent gems?
Hardmode: no discussing It Follows or The Babadook that's right, no hipsters or horror casuals allowed, because that's what those movies are, hipster films for horror casuals
Garrett Hedlund - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 09:16:41 EST ID:RweNhena No.355726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Cabin Fever
14 year old me will always remember this movie fondly for being the first time I heard a jolly african-american joke in a film. I was like "did that just happen?"
Callie Maggotbone - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 09:26:30 EST ID:B0x/WgXV No.355727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Goodnight Mommy is on Amazon Prime Video. I want to check that one out.

The Nightmare is an interesting horror documentary.

The call girl of cthulhu was good if you're into 5-figure-budget b horror movies.

How are it follows & babadook "hipster" movies? it follows got a wide release & babadook got a relative wide release considering it's an australian movie. the horror genre isn't exactly mainstream in general, but these two films had crossover appeal...
Zorak - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 09:33:23 EST ID:ex7DLNqa No.355729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They aren't necessarily bad movies, but I'm sick of every fedora I meet telling me how good those movies are when I mention horror.
Callie Maggotbone - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 09:48:58 EST ID:B0x/WgXV No.355731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I'm sick of people talking about these movies so much
you're the hipster, dude...
Zorak - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 10:04:11 EST ID:ex7DLNqa No.355733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Holy shit, you're right. I'm the guy who complains when things are too mainstream.
Okay, hipsters only thread. Normalfags not allowed.
Garrett Hedlund - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 10:08:46 EST ID:RweNhena No.355734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Did anyone watch Rec 4: Apocalypse? It was better than Rec 3 at least, and picked up where Rec 2 left off.

Any word on if we'll ever get a VHS 4, or was VHS Viral so bad that nobody cares anymore? I guess that they did take the tapes mythology in a direction they can't go back from now.
Mortimer Mango - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 10:33:35 EST ID:VbuNfNgd No.355736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>I'm sick of every fedora I meet
... Umm that's not a hipster. A lot of people just apply "hipster" to a group that's different than your own but isn't easily identified.... Wait, that's something a filthy hipster would say isn't it. OH NO I think I'm transforming!
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 11:01:48 EST ID:Jf8Aec/R No.355741 Report Quick Reply
I saw Goodnight Mommy when they did a limited release of it in theatres in the US. I had to take the Metro into DC to see it at the theatre it was playing at. It's much more of a psychological horror film with a 2 or 3 graphic scenes but I enjoyed its pacing and how it shows more than it tells.
Dr. Virjay - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 11:55:12 EST ID:xR9NMqFo No.355742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>hipster films for horror casuals

Thread hidden, user ignored, nb.

But before I go, "We Are Still Here".
Mortimer Mango - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 12:49:21 EST ID:VbuNfNgd No.355747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I hear this movie get thrown in with It Follows and Babadook but I guess you'll never know that...
Patrick Bateman - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 11:48:26 EST ID:LP+Rhzag No.355835 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Recent gems
Pick one.

Nah bro just being hardstyle fagster, but seriously I haven't seen any good recent horror movies. I'm just going to namedrop "The Final Programme" as one of the first childhood horror movies I remember. Oh and "The Blob" was a great remake.
What the fuck are we talking about again? Oh yeah I kind of liked The Babadook, because we were blazed as fuck when we watched it and it was hilarious! The movie was some kind of retard-level plot-twistiness though.
Lucie Miller - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 13:35:05 EST ID:bO75Miq3 No.355846 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Cabin Fever is pretty good. The sequel not so much. I personally liked The Cabin in the Woods. Probably the best horror I've seen in a long time.
The Man with No Name - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 01:50:59 EST ID:bBHPPRr/ No.355891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What movie is this from?
Blast Hardcheese - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 01:56:37 EST ID:8bcqHNea No.355892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The remake was totally pointless. It's more or less a shot for shot remake without any of the charm. It's painfully mediocre and downright baffling. Why? A cash in? Cabin Fever isn't exactly the most well known franchise. I'm just confused more than anything.

Anyways to everyone that loves subtle lovecraftian horror you need to check out Black Mountain Side. It's very similar to the Thing in it's premise but it's executed perfectly. It also doubles down on the "cosmic horror" aspect. So good.
William Hartnell - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 02:59:57 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.355895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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American Werewolf in London. One of the very few successful horror-comedys IMO, a real classic
William Hartnell - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 17:31:13 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.355923 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Recent gems
>Pick one.

Come on. The 2000s had some fun flicks like 28 Days Later, The Mist and Jeepers Creepers to name a few. Post-2010 has had Trick R' Treat, V/H/S, The Cabin in the Woods, It Follows and the Babadook.

Oops, I guess we're not allowed to mention those last three because they're popular, or something? Whatever. I understand we're on the internet where everything sucks, but I've never understood how people can completely write off the horror genre from 1990 to present. There's alot of shit, but it's not like there haven't been good (or great) horror flicks since then.

With movies like The Babadook and It Follows I feel like there's starting be a resurgence of low-key atmospheric horror versus the bullshit Blumhouse jump-scare marathons. At least the torture-porn subgenre appears to have died down. I dig it.
Buzz Lightyear - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 17:32:59 EST ID:EtAM5CuU No.355924 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The VVitch looks like it's going to be pretty good
Slake Fistcrunch - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 18:10:47 EST ID:00X70J17 No.355929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah but the 2000's isn't really what I'd call "recent". I wasn't too keen on 28 days later, but I loved The Mist because it was probably my favorite Stephen King short story. Jeepers Creepers felt like any other teen slasher, wasn't impressed. Wasn't a fan of V/H/S either. Haven't watched It Follows, I'll check it out.
But hey we all like different stuff, for an example I liked The Burrowers and Dead Birds and I thought Mama was great.
The Masters of Horror was pretty nice too.

What grinds my gears are spooky ghost movies, an abundance of shitty zombie movies and syfy-channel giant mutant animal attack movies. I mean sure it's not like I have to watch them or anything but it's a bit sad when you look at the horror movie releases and you're met with so much disappointment.
Echo - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 18:55:04 EST ID:7MtCb0P3 No.355934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
For a movie that boils down to a guy's dead friend tries to talk him into suicide it's amazingly well done. I also recommend.
Itchy and Scratchy - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 23:22:38 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.355962 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>What grinds my gears are spooky ghost movies, an abundance of shitty zombie movies and syfy-channel giant mutant animal attack movies.

Yeah, but there's always been a 20/80 split of quality/crap in the horror genre, or arguably any genre. For every classic 70s and 80s horror flick there were ten cheap knockoff schlock movies. It's always been that way.
Itchy and Scratchy - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 23:34:42 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.355963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also I notice you didn't say anything about Trick R' Treat, most likely because it's fucking dope! Probably my favorite horror flick since 2010. I can't wait to see Krampus, which is the same director and apparently also very good.
Carmen Ibanez - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 00:04:37 EST ID:QFNGfJCG No.355969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
After 2009 I can't think of any good horror titles. Definitely some good unsettling dramas(We Need to Talk About Kevin), and fantasy thrillers/adventures(Trollhunter, The Frame).
Most recent gems I can think of would be Curandero and The Descent. Both 2005.
Jane Badler - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 00:07:15 EST ID:B9T1hdIv No.355971 Ignore Report Quick Reply
70s/80s practical effects had charm though. The shitty no name actors and direct to VHS distribution companies were loaded with unintended cheese. Good-bad.
Jennifer Connelly - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 02:16:05 EST ID:ZTUcvnBR No.355976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I bring it up every horror thread, but The Descent is so fucking good. Definitely my favorite "modern" horror.

I liked The Orphan a lot, it's more of a thriller but dat twist and it has a child actor who's actually good.

I like Mama. The reveal of the monster was kind of a let down, but overall I enjoyed it a lot and Del Toro rarely disappoints. On that note, The Orphanage is killer.
Akira Kurosawa - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 03:03:52 EST ID:UOMEUeIO No.355983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Slipped my mind, hadn't even heard of it but the title put me off.

>The Descent
It was enjoyable, the sequel however, not so much.
;; - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 12:08:12 EST ID:O9RpBwYU No.356007 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good horror gems?

>Home Movie(2008)
In the remote woods of Upstate New York, David and Clare Poe are attempting to live an idyllic life. However, their twin children's bizarre behavior might just tear the family apart.

A psychological thriller in which a deadly virus infects a small Ontario town.

>Would You Rather(2012)
Desperate to help her ailing brother, a young woman unknowingly agrees to compete in a deadly game of "Would You Rather," hosted by a sadistic aristocrat.

All of these are worth seeing. And Cabin Fever was terrible. The 3 movies I posted don't rely on jumpscares like the majority of horror films that came out in the last 10 years or so. Jumpscares are not scary, a loud noise startles someone that's not the same thing. Over reliance on that shit has killed the horror genre.
Eric Cartman - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 12:20:27 EST ID:1m+mTqus No.356008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Witch opens up this weekend
Ghengis Dong - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 12:53:18 EST ID:7x4mlTml No.356013 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>MFW Based Chiggy rides the same Metro I do
Kevin Flynn - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 17:04:40 EST ID:rj1+hQOt No.356042 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>C-Higgy is an east coaster

you make soooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much more sense as a person now
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 17:55:50 EST ID:v02TrAUC No.356053 Report Quick Reply
Yeah I take the Silver line from Greensboro. The more you know.

In what way?

Morgan Le Fey - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 18:19:22 EST ID:jngfhdoZ No.356055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It's arguable more of a Western than a Horror movie for most of its run time, but Bone Tomahawk is really worth a look. Fantastic cast and violent as fuck.
Jonah Hill - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 20:50:09 EST ID:nWiBrGMW No.356074 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Please, please explain this theory. Please. Please explain. Explain your theory. Please.
Alan Ball - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 20:55:12 EST ID:ppo0JB3D No.356076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I pictured a metro and this playing in the background: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-6yxSgxk1U
William Friedkin - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 08:07:16 EST ID:aPXvbK3P No.356124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
good horror is really hard to come by. I still think nothing has surpassed Carpenter's "The Thing"
Eragon - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 10:31:09 EST ID:g+Tts2H0 No.356139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yup just watched this, can confirm: good film
Pikachu - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 13:44:02 EST ID:sp3eTkHN No.356152 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Elder Chiggins lives in like Maryland or Virginia, though. He's not a NYC yuppie.
Pamela Hensley - Mon, 29 Feb 2016 15:10:32 EST ID:RweNhena No.357236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Have you ever seen a movie poster with more cringe? This poster is 100% real.
Doug Funny - Mon, 29 Feb 2016 15:18:33 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.357238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Jesus Christ
Simon Petrikov - Mon, 29 Feb 2016 15:33:53 EST ID:YbHRlyjL No.357240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Looks haunted lol
Sergio Martino - Mon, 29 Feb 2016 15:43:04 EST ID:pzySZwva No.357241 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Erin Gray - Mon, 29 Feb 2016 15:44:10 EST ID:rhIvllkT No.357242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>This poster is 100% real guys!
>Release date: April Fools Day
100% real you say?
Sansa Stark - Mon, 29 Feb 2016 15:50:34 EST ID:sp3eTkHN No.357243 Ignore Report Quick Reply

It's legitimitely terrible. ;)
Doug Funny - Mon, 29 Feb 2016 15:58:25 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.357244 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Google says April 15th, but still uses that poster. Possibly a hoax, but I can't find any other "official" poster.
John Locke - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 03:11:05 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.358678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Bumping because I watched two really good horror movies and Gran Torino today.

The first movie was You're Next (2014) and I was really into it despite not being a fan of the home-invasion subgenre. The movie was shot through with humor and I would call it "fun" horror but it wasn't too winky-noddy and took itself just seriously enough for the tension to be real. Always fun to see a dysfunctional group of characters who mostly hate each other try to survive a night of being picked off one by one; the movie is like House on Haunted Hill meets The Purge. Solid throughout, well written characters, capable cast, and a great ending. My one complaint is a couple of odd editing choices where scenes from earlier in the movie will occasionally replay, as if to say "hey remember this from earlier? Well here's why this scene was foreshadowing! Do you get it now?" Yes, I got it the first time. It's very jarring and unnecessary, and made me think I was watching a faulty copy of the movie. It only happens twice, but I'm baffled as to why the director (who also edited the movie) felt the need to do it. A little bit of shaky cam here and there, too, but it's not deal-breaking.

I also saw Last Shift, which was great. It's basically a haunted house/survive the night movie that takes place in a police station with a lone rookie cop. The woman who plays the cop does a great job and really carries the movie, the atmosphere is tense and isolated and there are some really great creepy scenes that make it stand out from movies that are long on atmosphere and short on actual events.

Also worth noting is the fact that there are arguably no jump scares, (same with You're Next) which is always welcome. I know it's always fashionable to say that everything was better back then and everything is shitty now, but it's hard to argue that there haven't been a good number of solid horror flicks in the last half decade that haven't relied on cheap jump scares. The ending of Last Shift is kinda lame but it's definitely worth a watch, especially if you're not a fan of Blumhouse-style popup haunted house movies.
John Locke - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 03:15:09 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.358679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would also recommend Gran Torino if you're really afraid of Hmong people moving in next door.
Barbara Bain - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 05:48:07 EST ID:mTzaSmzO No.358684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Barbara Bain - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 05:50:53 EST ID:mTzaSmzO No.358685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Buzz Lightyear - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 11:18:45 EST ID:sp3eTkHN No.358713 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Man, this movie looked fucking terrible. I completely forgot it existed until now.
Blossom - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 12:38:14 EST ID:dy6O2eNZ No.358722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The spoilers I read in the thread for it made it sound hilarious.
Chewbacca - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 15:57:59 EST ID:BHS1q+pK No.358740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
/mtv/ described it almost likea horror comedy. I almost wanna see it just for the part where the cannibals all get high after eating the fat guy and get the munchies.
Billie Piper - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 16:42:27 EST ID:rmYx9nmX No.358744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm feeling some b movies I just finished the fog. Any suggestions
Nick Bick !RLlIUzWKl. - Tue, 15 Mar 2016 21:57:52 EST ID:/+R5OPFN No.358779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm gonna assume the past few years is recent enough because I don't watch enough horror to speak for just this year or 2015.
Zombeavers was pretty great in the category of campy horror, Honeymoon was one I really liked though I'm not completely sure if it counts. I also really enjoyed The Conjuring much more than I though I would and it was from the guy who did Saw. The Den and Djinn were entertaining, I think In Fear was my favourite recent-ish horror film. Most of those were on Netflix I think lol.
Sauron - Wed, 16 Mar 2016 03:33:27 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.358795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I hear good things about The Witch. I saw a commercial for it while I was at the bar the other day, I was a bit tipsy but the brief flashes of the goat-monster-man made me laugh out loud.
Sauron - Wed, 16 Mar 2016 04:23:42 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.358798 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also, I recently watched V/H/S 2 and got to thinking about what the best compilation of the short movies would be taken from the whole series. I feel like if I were to put together my own mix of the shorts for an optimal viewing experience it would be Succubus Girl, Prosthetic Eye That Invites Evil Ghosts, Parallel Dimension Guys, Haunted House/Cult/Possession Story from the first movie, and Zombie Go-Pro, roughly in that order.
George Carlin - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 21:19:44 EST ID:RweNhena No.362205 Report Quick Reply
I'm watching The VVitch atm
It's not bad, but its nowhere near as good as It Follows or Babadook. I'm right in the middle and so far it isn;t scary at all yet, just atmospheric. It also rehashes a lot of themes of Babadook, like incest and insanity. Hopefully the second half is killer because so far, don't believe the hype.
Mr. Popo - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 21:29:24 EST ID:nWiBrGMW No.362206 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I've heard good things, let us know when you finish it what you thought.
George Carlin - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 22:08:45 EST ID:RweNhena No.362207 Report Quick Reply
I just finished it. I loved Babadook and It Follows and ehard this touted as the next in that line of film.
While this movie works well as an arthouse film, it is not scary. It Follows was consistantly scary, and Babadook was disturbing and freaky from the get go (funny, too). This movie is a much slower build. The first 65 minutes are a drama, not horror. The final 20 minutes are pretty crazy, but not cool enough to make up for the first boring hour. Once things get crazy, it isn't actually scary, it's more like "thank god those boring parts are over and shit is happening at least". Parts that were supposed to be scary near the ending made me LOL instead. That is not good haha, I'm supposed to be scared, not chuckling like Beavis and Butthead.
The directing/cinematography are top notch, but all the fancy camera tricks in the world can't mask a dull script.

LOL I forgot OP was a snobby cunt and said no It Follows or Babadook discussion, I didn't mean to taint his thread with my "hipster" horror.

This post was edited by stevens on 23-04-2016 15:24:42
Dolores Haze - Sat, 23 Apr 2016 14:12:18 EST ID:Eb6Dkcpd No.362240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah I liked Cabin in the Woods a lot too. However, Cabin in the Woods isn't a horror movie, it's a movie that deconstructs the horror genre while pretending to be a horror movie. Just go into it like you're gonna watch a horror comedy and you'll be pleasantly surprised.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 23 Apr 2016 14:16:00 EST ID:jMwaGNVh No.362241 Report Quick Reply
Last horror film I saw was Tucker and Dale vs. Evil. Such a great horror comedy.
Eric Cartman - Sat, 23 Apr 2016 18:48:01 EST ID:g+Tts2H0 No.362253 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's my biggest problem with Cabin in the Woods: We spend half the movie with a horror plot that has zero suspense because it doesn't try to seriously build a horror film out of the satirical horror elements.

IMO it would have been more effective if they had the same opening teaser with the two bureaucrats and then progressed the horror plot more naturally, maybe teasing us showing gas coming out of a tube or a camera lens in a painting... until they reveal the monsters. Then pan out to the control room with the people taking bets on which monster they would activate, and then make the movie more about them until the stoner kid does his thing. Also ditch the whole save the world plot element altogether.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 23-04-2016 19:41:52
Kristen Stewart - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 07:33:42 EST ID:JGOzWN5a No.362301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's kinda his thing tho. It's not a Joss Whedon show/film without an apocalypse.
Dean Winchester - Mon, 25 Apr 2016 16:20:18 EST ID:ro9v+Q8G No.362470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finally watched Demons (1985) last night. Really enjoyable 80s Italian schlock horror. Fairly nonsensical plot, shitty dubbing, racism, and lots of fun gore. Would recommend especially for fans of Evil Dead; there are a few scenes that really capture the madness and pandemonium of freaky demon people running amok. Watch it with friends, there's some genuinely funny "Good Bad" movie moments, especially the ones involving bad dummy shots.
Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore - Mon, 25 Apr 2016 16:44:29 EST ID:RweNhena No.362474 Report Quick Reply
Firefly/Serenity would beg to differ.
Bill Lumbergh - Fri, 13 May 2016 10:47:17 EST ID:RweNhena No.363994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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happy Friday the 13th!
Trent Lane - Fri, 13 May 2016 16:55:24 EST ID:WY7nZ/53 No.364012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm pretty sure Serenity ended with nuking the franchise so I'd beg to differ.
Silk Spectre II - Fri, 13 May 2016 20:09:20 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.364038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Does Kevin Bacon make The Darkness watchable?
Drik Bogarde - Sat, 14 May 2016 00:28:28 EST ID:3Vgpe7KM No.364058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
When does Kevin Bacon make anything watchable?
Lord Voldemort - Sat, 14 May 2016 03:16:12 EST ID:QxUeSp6Z No.364065 Ignore Report Quick Reply

What the hell was supposed to go on in that movie? Does Jason even sleep? Is Freddy even corporeal?
Quentin Tarantino - Sat, 14 May 2016 03:59:16 EST ID:5X6yrXjf No.364067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I read a Hollywood remake of Audition is in the works.
Quentin Tarantino - Sat, 14 May 2016 04:01:19 EST ID:5X6yrXjf No.364068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I really like the remake of The Hills Have Eyes, and the first Saw movie (only the first one)

But like since 2010 I can't think of a single good horror movie.

Ok, l liked The Rite. But that's all I can think of.
Silk Spectre II - Sat, 14 May 2016 04:29:09 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.364069 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Uh... Tremors? How can anyone dislike that.


You must not watch very many.

The Witch was great, The Innkeepers is my baby, Evil Dead was everything a remake should be.

The Rite was legit terrible IMO. It ruined one of my birthdays.
Harvey Birdman - Sat, 14 May 2016 06:04:13 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.364073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Witch really was geat. It took balls to actually go with the goat legit being Satan, but I thought they really pulled it off. The scene where the boy died was chilling. imo The Witch deserves to be remembered alongside the likes of The Wicker Man and Rosemary's Baby.

I thought The Rite was ok. It sucked balls early on; the first half hour or so I thought it was one of the worst films I'd ever seen, but later on the atmosphere, the gore and the twist were interesting enough to just about salvage it.

Evil Dead was very good, but unfortunately still couldn't hold a candle to Evil Dead 2. Not that that's much of a criticism, it's absolutely worth watching.

I think the 2010s have had a handful of very good horror films, but not many that were great aside from The Witch. Aside from the ones you've mentioned, I'd also recommend Maniac and The Black Death as not-quite-great films that are worth checking out. Especially check out Black Death if you're a Game of Thrones fan.
Gigi Edgley - Sat, 14 May 2016 15:02:57 EST ID:IuKSXAAj No.364087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>I really like the remake of The Hills Have Eyes
Silk Spectre II - Sat, 14 May 2016 18:04:00 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.364098 Ignore Report Quick Reply

What's not to like about it? It's the sequel that sucks.
Lee Adama - Sun, 15 May 2016 14:40:45 EST ID:VjyNFxDj No.364150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched Dust Devil, I really enjoyed it.
Heat Vision - Sun, 15 May 2016 16:32:49 EST ID:WY7nZ/53 No.364156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Richard Stanley (or something like that) movie? It was alright, a little unpolished but nothing really offensive.
Wes Anderson - Sun, 15 May 2016 17:32:03 EST ID:Z9NBXuDL No.364162 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I remember when I worked at a Best Buy as a teenager they had a TV in the break room that had like a free DirecTV subscription on it (since I guess Best Buy pimped out DirecTV to new TV buyers back then) and one time when I came in for a break there was someone in the break room inside watching that movie and I walked in right when the rape scene started. Bad vibes, man.
Number Six - Sun, 15 May 2016 23:18:19 EST ID:r4DxNOz1 No.364200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The remake of The Hills Have Eyes is really good (for a horror film). Good pacing, good sound design, characters are likeable
Dr. Beverly Crusher - Wed, 25 May 2016 09:42:50 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.364908 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Rewatched "Valerie and Her Week of Wonders". God, I adore this movie. A masterpiece. Anyone else seen it? It isn't pure horror but is nightmarish at times. I can't help but compare it to Eraserhead, and I think this film is superior, namely in capturing a dreamscape on screen.

Bugs Bunny - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 07:24:34 EST ID:RweNhena No.368821 Report Quick Reply
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FX dropped a bunch of clues about American Horror Story season 6. Looks like it takes place on a farm, or in a rural town.
Lauren Faust - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 09:32:24 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.368827 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>season 6
>still no sci-fi/cold war theme

I've been bitching about this for 2 years now lol. These season theme is obviously Texas Chainsaw Massacre; mildly intriguing but runs the risk of being too similar to the source.
Bugs Bunny - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 09:38:50 EST ID:RweNhena No.368828 Report Quick Reply
I'm sure they will make an American Sci-Fi Story spin-off soon to air alongside American Crime Story.
Bugs Bunny - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 19:55:25 EST ID:RweNhena No.368860 Report Quick Reply
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>Ash vs Evil Dead season 2 to feature 'worst death in the history of all visual arts'
>‘Worst’ meaning ‘most outrageous.’ Like, ‘Am I really watching this happening? Am I really watching this unfold in front of me?’
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 21:47:16 EST ID:3ZXlqy+m No.368866 Report Quick Reply
First promo for Scream Queens season 2 is out - http://youtu.be/2kiRWWbFHto

Ryan Murphy has a new anthology series called Feud premiering next year. The first season will be about the backstage battle between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis at the production of their 1962 film What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?.

I'm hyped for Ash vs Evil Dead season 2. Should be more fun and gory than last season.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 29-07-2016 21:52:19
Andrei Tarkovsky - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 21:50:46 EST ID:RweNhena No.368867 Report Quick Reply
And I saw an article saying Ash Vs Evil Dead season 2 will be allowed to incorporate parts of Army Of Darkness now, so that should be cool. I love the promise of them being more gory, because season 1 was already the most over-the-top shit on TV. It is what I wish the final season of Banshee was like.

Also, I want a Fued season about William Shatner Vs George Takei and Leonard Nemoy on the set of Star Trek.

And damn, Scream Queens teaser got me hyped. Time to rewatch season 1. I still don't know how this show is on a real channel and not Adult Swim. I hope they reference/make fun of Stranger Things.

This post was edited by stevens on 29-07-2016 21:54:43
Charlton Heston - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 11:02:46 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.369266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finally got around to It Follows.

Pretty good. Not scary at all, in fact I laughed a lot, especially at that tall dude in the hallway. Most of my admiration is for the style + atmosphere, very low maintainence. Characters were alright. I enjoyed the premise, I enjoy any movie in which our biology is the source of horror, but I don't think they did anything unique w/ the story. It had your basic tropes (namely the search for an 'expert') and predictable conclusions.

I wonder if there'll be a sequel, it certainly merits one, but should be careful paving over a series like Final Destination; If Jay returns as a battle-hardened expert w/ a plan to kill the first slut, count me out.
Alan Partridge - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 11:57:49 EST ID:winuY8FR No.369269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
> Most of my admiration is for the style + atmosphere
don't forget about the soundtrack too...
Charlton Heston - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 12:12:48 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.369270 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Falls under style + atmosphere.

Anyways read the 'Reception' section on the wiki:

>"Best horror movie in years"
>"Best horror movie in a decade"

Really, guys? Really? From 2004-2014, It Follows was the best horror movie in the world? Now I understand OP's ire, I thought he was just being a hipster.
Dennis Reynolds - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 13:05:04 EST ID:tHVhMW75 No.369271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I feel like "It Follows" never really concluded. It's a small town so no one's more than a couple days walking distance.
If the prostitute ever has a slow day, the main character's boyfriend is the target again and he doesn't have any warning.

They'd have to go to like Japan or something. Assuming the follower doesn't know how to take a plane.
Claudia Brown - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 13:10:53 EST ID:wPY3vU4N No.369272 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What do you guys think about 'Don't Breathe'? I think it looks pretty cool, and the blind dude seems badass, but I almost wish they hired someone more famous than the girl from Shameless to play one of the kids because they all kinda look like cliche shitty horror actors.

Charlton Heston - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 13:36:13 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.369274 Ignore Report Quick Reply

An idea floating around my head was to become a pornstar... someone new to fuck daily, do it once and within 2 weeks you'll have 30 people ahead of you.

I was also thinking about how this movie hits the same exact notes as Drag Me to Hell, further making the critics who heiled it as some original masterpirce look like newborn children.


The premise is very similar to a film that came out during the recent period of French horror; makes me wish they just adapted that because I do love me some Sara Paxton.
Brian Williams - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 13:47:08 EST ID:RweNhena No.369276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought the ending was more than you caught. The final scene was the two main characters being followed by it and knowingly committing suicide. They tried escaping and it didn;t work. Early on in the movie, one of the friends is reading from an e-book some passage from a book about how "if a wall was about to fall on you and you had no way of preventing it from hitting you, would you spend your final moments freaking out about it? Or just be calm and accept it?" This passage was foreshadowing the final scene, where they know the hooker is dead, know it is coming, but are done running.
Charlton Heston - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 13:52:06 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.369277 Ignore Report Quick Reply

That's one way of seeing it but according to the wiki they're planning a sequel where potentially the main girl returns, so your shit will probably be retconned.
Brian Williams - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 14:38:53 EST ID:RweNhena No.369283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
She better only return to play the Follower. Fuck sequels, they ruin everything.
Dick Whitman - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 20:49:08 EST ID:2OWaQ75k No.369669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>they look like people (2015)

Honestly it's more thriller than horror but it's held together by good acting and well written characters. I give it a 3.5/5
Golden Joe - Mon, 15 Aug 2016 04:23:34 EST ID:9Ny9Ll77 No.369804 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Oh, fuck that. I just watched this bullshit off of your recommendation. This was terrible!
Fuu - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 00:40:14 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.369947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So it's been revealed that all but 1 of the AHS teasers were "misdirects" -- intentionally meant to mislead viewers. Are they trying to piss people off? Raising people's expectations, then smashing them with a hammer.

And lets be honest, the worst teaser will probably be the "real" one.
Eowyn - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 01:29:47 EST ID:hEzz1grT No.369951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm sorry you have shitty taste in movies. Homo.
Gimli the Dwarf - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 06:30:45 EST ID:N06Q4V3W No.369960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was at the Don't Breathe premiere but was working so didn't get to watch it. It was really well received and it seems to be more a thriller than a horror movie. I'll probably get to watch it sometime before next Friday. Really looking forward to it and hoping it's as good as people were saying.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 08:49:16 EST ID:eyQq7Qtb No.369964 Report Quick Reply
That looks pretty scary and awesome. Me and a friend were planning on seeing it together.
Gregory Peck - Wed, 17 Aug 2016 10:06:57 EST ID:wqKGLl+6 No.369968 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The babadook was a terrible terrible movie. Fuck people for overhyping that shit and convincing me go watch it. Never again.
Helga Pataki - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 18:57:16 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.370143 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Argento's "Opera".

Honestly one of the most boring, stupidest horror movies I've ever seen. It took me 3 nights to finish as I kept falling asleep. The only positives are the cinematography and the attractive lead who doesn't wear a bra. Everything else: hackish and poor.

And to think this movie has been well-recieved... Bizarre.
King Ghidorah - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 11:55:35 EST ID:fYSIsnnf No.370232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Get a load of the new Pennywise
Theodore Logan - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 13:47:47 EST ID:e2XD8zOA No.370239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I saw this the other day.

Looks like shit.
King Ghidorah - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 15:15:53 EST ID:fYSIsnnf No.370245 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I don't get it, what's not spooky about it? Is it the dress?
Theodore Logan - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 15:47:14 EST ID:e2XD8zOA No.370247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nah, I guess it's "spooky" enough, but it just kind of looks like a generic horror clown. Like, this guy could be in Killer Klowns From Outer Space and I wouldn't find him out of place.

It just doesn't really compare to the iconic Tim Curry look.
Bold Bigflank - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 15:47:23 EST ID:D6PW4XOv No.370248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought the costume looked silly but then I read an interview where the director said he wanted it to look arachnid-like and now I kind of get it
Looks aight
Rasslion - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 17:15:58 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.370260 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Basically the clown from Stephen King's "It" but in Victorian times?

Let me guess, said clown is Pennywise?
Bender Rodriguez - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 18:25:52 EST ID:YbHRlyjL No.370266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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says right there in the post that its pennywise
Rasslion - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 18:49:25 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.370269 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I meant the clown from "It" is Pennywise, not the clown in the picture.
Bold Bigflank - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 19:36:15 EST ID:D6PW4XOv No.370273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The clown in the picture IS pennywise
Chalky White - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 19:54:21 EST ID:rPlMP87b No.370275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude...are you okay?
Cyril Figgis - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 21:37:21 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.370278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Tim Curry's Pennywise looked like something you'd actually run into in the world.
Something that could easily approach a kid without the kid turning on his heel and running for his parents. I hope there's a "friendly version" of the new Pennywise because this just seems weird. As usual I have no hope for this being any good since 80s updates seem to go in the very wrong direction these days. Still, it's a Skarsgard in the role so I'm wondering how Floki's little brother will do.

They all float down here.
Kitty Pride - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 21:55:44 EST ID:bQ8d/o33 No.370280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, I really hope that pic is just when he's in scary mode.

Clowns are straight up creepy when they're normal. If he isn't significantly toned down the movie will be ruined.
Cyril Figgis - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 22:08:41 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.370282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know in the 80s production they had stages of Pennywise makeup that never made it into the final production. Pennywise was supposed to look completley different to the characters as adults, too. They'll hopefully have the same idea.
Peter Jackson - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 22:41:12 EST ID:fYSIsnnf No.370284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, the outfit is too form fitting and on the nosehonk honk like hes a villain out of a comic book. From the article I read it sounds like they want to make him appear like he's been around for a long time, so I guess he will be more like a vampire now.
Milla Jovovich - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 23:46:28 EST ID:UjD1UweG No.370288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I guess that kinda makes sense, since he looks like an antique Porcelain doll wearing that dress.
Cyril Figgis - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 23:56:00 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.370289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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In the tv movie I remember they dug up old documents indicating he'd been around in the 1800s. The book said there were disappearances in the area during the 1700s attributed to him. I didn't mind the costume too much. Early clown costumes are pretty varied and his generally fits some of the types. His performance in it will matter more to me. If he doesn't do a little Doug Jones alien-spidery body language I'll be disappointed. The voice? I dunno what the fuck kind of voice I want to hear because Timmy Curry did a fucking hell of a job getting his voice stuck in my head.
Jack Nicholson - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 23:57:08 EST ID:RweNhena No.370290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He has been around for a long time. The first movie skipped these parts of the book, but Pennywise spent eons shooting through space in a fiery blaze, finally finding and colliding with Earth and murderizing the dinosaurs. He is like C'thulhu, a source of all evil who takes long rests only to wake and wreak havoc.
Jack Nicholson - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 00:01:09 EST ID:RweNhena No.370291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And another thing the book skipped is that the Losers' Club have a giant sewer orgy where all the dudes run train on the one girl in the childhood era. That one I am glad they left out. It is supposed to be the reason they all have a psychic bond down the line LOL but really King was just being a creepy fucking pedo.
Sam Winchester - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 03:56:50 EST ID:YbHRlyjL No.370301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I mean, do you really expect the movie to even touch on that part, that shit is mummified in red tape
Peter Jackson - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 10:56:14 EST ID:fYSIsnnf No.370319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
See that costume is much creepier, I think it has to do with being more baggy and ambiguous. What's scarier, John Wayne Gacy, or a teenager working at a haunted house?
Hayao Miyazaki - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 08:13:11 EST ID:RweNhena No.370662 Report Quick Reply
Make America Groovy Again!
Hayao Miyazaki - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 08:15:29 EST ID:RweNhena No.370663 Report Quick Reply
no LOL I am glad they skipped it. King should cut it out of the book even for future releases before the new adaption motivates a new generation of kids to read it.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 08:26:28 EST ID:Os3p0ewe No.370664 Report Quick Reply
Anyone going to see Don't Breathe? Looks really good.
Hayao Miyazaki - Fri, 26 Aug 2016 10:12:38 EST ID:RweNhena No.370670 Report Quick Reply
I will if someone on Tinder will go with me. So probably not.
Roger Smith - Sun, 28 Aug 2016 17:46:44 EST ID:vAIBsQP/ No.370853 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Invitation
I found this movie very entertaining. It has an interesting story & great cinematography. It's very well acted & was released in 2015. It's not a paranormal type of film but more physiological with some gore.

If you feel lacking in the horror movie department why not consider watching no commentary walkthroughs of some recent horror game releases if you haven't played them yourself already.
Soma - Takes place on a remote underwater research facility with machinery that begins to take on human characteristics. Like literal machine & body part combinations.
Among the Sleep- It's from the perspective of a toddler that roams around a surreal dreamscape with the help of a teddy bear trying to figure out what happened to your mother.
Until Dawn- Plays out like a teen creature feature.
Firewatch- A more slow burning psychological cinematic experience with some notes of conspiracy & horror in there.
The story of these games usually differ a bit depending on what the player chooses.
Honorable mention- Layers of fear

I thought this movie was lame. Maybe a good watch if you're stoned and want to shit talk something with your friends.

I think Shaun of the Dead is a pretty successful example of a recent-ish comedy horror. Or something old school like Phenomena. The cheese, music, & the monkey in that film are soo good.
Steven Speilberg - Sun, 28 Aug 2016 19:58:21 EST ID:Qwx/HAhA No.370864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
from the preview I am interested
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 05 Sep 2016 02:18:41 EST ID:3ZXlqy+m No.371409 Report Quick Reply
Went to see Don't Breathe today. What a crazy ass horror flick but it was fucking good. That scene where the Blind Man was gonna inject his semen into Rocky with a turkey baster was some fucked up shit. Also whomever did the cinematography for the scene in the basement where Alex and Rocky couldn't see as well as that rottie trying to attack them was well shot. The one thing that did stick out was how both the blind man and the robbers were both bad people but in different ways depending on the perspective you take. One of the best horror films I've seen in recent memory.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 01:02:58 EST ID:3ZXlqy+m No.371621 Report Quick Reply
Watched The Babadook with a friend tonight. My friend is really into horror of the supernatural kind and was pretty scared but I thought it sucked and didn't think it was really scary. I remember all the discussion about it but fuck that movie was some bullshit. Dunno why it's got a 98% on RT but like was The Babadook some figment of Amelia's imagination that she concocted after her husband's death but didn't know she wrote the book considering she said she used to be a children's author? Or maybe it's supposed to be ambigious. It was crazy no doubt especially that kid being a pain in the ass and Amelia being possessed but it just didn't do it for me. Maybe when it's a horror film with little to no gore at all, it just doesn't pull me in.
Liam Neeson - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 20:31:50 EST ID:+d+intF2 No.371675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's better if you are
  1. on drugs
2. treat it like a dark comedy, a la Heathers or Welcome To The Dollouse
Liam Neeson - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 20:41:25 EST ID:+d+intF2 No.371677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Hellraiser II: Hellbound

I just found out that Clive Barker wrote a new Hellraiser novel for the first time since the original Hellbound Heart came out decades ago. But he is treating the 2nd and 3rd movies as canon for this book, and I only ever saw the first Hellraiser, so I'm watching 2 and 3 for homework before reading this book I bought, The Scarlet Gospels.
Oolong - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 21:43:51 EST ID:UjD1UweG No.371681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nice, Hellraiser 2 is my favorite. Such a great movie. Great quotes.
Liam Neeson - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 22:13:25 EST ID:+d+intF2 No.371683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Man, this is movie is sick! In a good a=way, but still... 80s gore is so much grosser than modern gore IMO. Now they try to make it look so real that it looks fake, 80s stuff goes for the gross-out visual effects.

Also, it seems that I will never watch another 80s horror without spending half the time noticing tropes that Stranger Things used. The crazy girl (pic related) had all the tropes that El embodies, and it also takes you on a psychedelic trip to a terrifying other dimension. Clive Barker stuff kicks ass, too bad Stranger Things is too family friendly to touch most of his subject matter. Barker is so dark that he makes Stephen King books feel like uplifting Chicken Soup For The Soul.
Rowan Atkinson - Thu, 08 Sep 2016 23:28:01 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.371686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Pinhead is into some kinky ass shit.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 01:45:26 EST ID:3ZXlqy+m No.371692 Report Quick Reply
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Watched You're Next tonight. I liked this one enough especially for its brutality though I prefer Don't Breathe for its tension and atmosphere. I will say when Erin killed Felix with the blender was a sick kill but the twist that Felix and Crispian had orchestrated the plan of hiring those masked hitmen kill their family and have Erin be a witness to it all get a larger portion of the family inheritance was too elaborate and over the top and making it too obvious of Erin going final girl mode on all them lessened its emotional impact. However that ending of the officer getting killed by Erin's trap did make up for it.
Old Gregg - Fri, 09 Sep 2016 16:43:37 EST ID:Mra+XlJF No.371734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i saw this movie with 0 context or knowledge of it before hand with a bunch of friends on a "bad horror/thriller movie night"
It was pretty funny but are people actually saying it's good?
I have to fully agree though, the trap killing the cop was a pretty great end. Even if it was seen coming from miles away
Jolene Blalock - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 09:42:42 EST ID:dgI69gNU No.371779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm watching Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth. It is so fucking boring. The first two films were made in the 80s but this is 1992. 90s horror movies are such shit, nothing about these effects are scary. Hellraiser 2 wasn;t scary but the visuals were genuinely disturbing. This movie is doing nothing but boring me. I'm only 40 minutes deep, hopefully it picks up. It is probably the last Hellraiser film I will watch.
Krang - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 13:23:51 EST ID:skh584CS No.371786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Holy shit, I just read Hellbound Heart last month.
I'm in the same boat. Only saw the first a few times. Gotta watch the sequels.
'Thanks for the info.
Jayne Cobb - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 13:51:50 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.371788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Started watching the Leprechaun flicks.
Why does the way to harm or kill the Leprechaun change in each movie?

  1. Four-leaf clover
  2. Raw iron
  3. An amulet

I'm currently watching Leprechaun 3 but I'm sure he can be harmed or killed with different items in the next 3.
David Van Driessen - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 18:27:13 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.371800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've always wanted to like horror but mostly I just end up bored. It's just so hard to get right for me. I hated It Follows but liked the claustrophobic terror of As Above So Below so I can't really figure out what I'm looking for in the genre. I just know it's not gore or some villain incessantly talking about "exquisite pain" like a goth kid. I watch a lot of horror just hoping to experience some interesting surreal visual entertainment. Can someone get Tarsem Singh to do a remake of Event Horizon?
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 23:46:57 EST ID:mG/JWJMc No.371811 Report Quick Reply
I thought it was good but there's been better. It's got a 75% on RT. Ending was awesome at least.
Ronald "Mac" McDonald - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 07:06:27 EST ID:V/xrGwta No.372052 Report Quick Reply
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torrents are up for the new Rob Zombie film
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 08:26:25 EST ID:DQ9c3b+o No.372056 Report Quick Reply
Saw Blair Witch last night. Horror wise it's intense especially with the handheld cameras but it could have been better. I was watching The Blair Witch Project after I got home but my internet went down though I'll resume watching it tonight.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 03:22:33 EST ID:Ov34hfpu No.372217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A little too many jump scares for my taste. Had some solid moments, though, and the characters were alright for a horror movie. I'd rate it 5/10.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 03:26:39 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.372219 Report Quick Reply
6/10 for me but I agree with you about it. Also I watched the rest of The Blair Witch Project today and after seeing it, I don't really know what was supposed to be scary about it and why it was so hyped and made all the money that it did back then. I will say at least felt the dialogue felt authentic.
Andrew Melon - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 04:01:16 EST ID:3IGo5C+X No.372221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Got invited to see Blair Witch, said hell no. Friends went, got 20 minutes into it, hated it, and successfully got refunds lol.
Tony Montana - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 05:10:06 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.372225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
'Member Devil's Rejects?
Gregory Peck - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 06:51:35 EST ID:DwN+qUDe No.372549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Quentin Tarantino on How He Would've Fixed "It Follows", “It’s one of those movies that’s so good you get mad at it for not being great.”
Gregory Peck - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 06:52:24 EST ID:DwN+qUDe No.372550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oh fuck, I forgot OP forbid discussing this movie LOL
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 08:56:39 EST ID:QoyWH4kb No.372555 Report Quick Reply
That is hardmode though. I think I discussed The Babadook in this thread lol
Splint Chesthair - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 09:03:59 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.372557 Ignore Report Quick Reply
October needs to hurry the hell up; can't wait to start the 31 Days of Halloween movie challenge. My favorite time of year.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 11:42:37 EST ID:QoyWH4kb No.372571 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also the season premieres of The Walking Dead and Ash vs. Evil Dead. Not sure what other horror shows are premiering next month.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 12:03:01 EST ID:QoyWH4kb No.372572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Actually I just remembered Channel Zero: Candle Cove premieres next month. An anthology series based off of popular creepypastas? Not sure what to think of that.
Henry Hill - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 11:53:01 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.373268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Starting off October with Polanski's Repulsion. Fucking masterpiece, I adore it. Found myself relating with the female lead a lot, which is worrisome; Who molested me when I was a kid?


Ya I'm intrigued, but it's fucking Syfy so I'd be foolish to expect anything good. It bewilders me how inept they are when it comes to original programming... everything they do just feels off. Even the cinematography bugs the everloving shit out of me.

They better have chosen some good creepypastas.
Harry Potter - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 19:00:36 EST ID:hQjZuTF/ No.373286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Syfy has embraced the full-blown b-rated thing and now they don't know when/how to turn it off.
Alex Kingston - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 21:51:48 EST ID:UjD1UweG No.373290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Actually syfy is crawling out of that crapfest they were in for a long time
The Expanse is excellent. Dark Matter is pretty good. They've also done some really decent mini-series recently.
Nova - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 05:05:05 EST ID:PS7QLMdH No.373308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I love how you think It Follows or bobba duke are hipster. Boy are you fucking off OP. A few years ago I would come here to chat about Halloween specials, but it feels futile now.
Cora Peterson - Tue, 04 Oct 2016 22:46:07 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.373483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think I've seen enough Italian horror movies to say "I fucking hate Italian horror".

Gore = Pretty good
Everything else = Dog shit stew

Just finished The House by the Cemetary. Never again.
Bonnie Barstow - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 13:41:28 EST ID:r467iwI8 No.373629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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What are you guys watching this October? I'm going to traumatize my kid tonight and have us watch the old TV adaption of IT. The scariest movie this kid has seen before is Poltergeist so this will be jumping in the deep end of horror. The fact that it was on TV made it so they cut all the sex and F-bombs out so it's the closest thing to an R rated film that kids can also enjoy.
Callie Maggotbone - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 13:58:25 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.373631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Italian horror is literally the best kind - just get fucked up and lose yourself in their surreality of bad dubbing and dream sequences.

Show him The New York Ripper or The Beyond instead so he doesn't grow up to be lame like Cora Peterson.
Bella Swan - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 20:23:43 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.373646 Ignore Report Quick Reply

In retrospect, they would be fun to watch with a friend + trashtalk. But I still hold them in low regard; I actually don't mind the dubbing or acting, it's always the plotholes that infuriate me.

I actually watched 'Alice, Sweet Alice' the other day, which I guess is considered the best American giallo film, and I really enjoyed it, precisely because it had a solid narrative.
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 21:27:43 EST ID:r467iwI8 No.373648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finished watching IT with the kid. They thought it was fun but weren't particularly scared. I think the part that freaked them out hardest was when Stan killed himself after getting the call that IT was back. i don't think my kid realized people could kill themselves until now. Same for the dad beating up his daughter, they never considered that a parent could be a source of violence. The real world shit was scarier than the clown stuff to them. Also, the fortune cookies full of eyes and bugs grossed them out.
William Murderface - Sat, 08 Oct 2016 18:19:31 EST ID:3a5PQ+q6 No.373675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>In retrospect, they would be fun to watch with a friend + trashtalk.
Jean Grey-Summers - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 12:44:42 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.373784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I got The Silence of the Lambs on a special edition DVD I got for cheap so I'll probably watch that.
Major Motoko Kusanagi - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 12:54:34 EST ID:Ry1fIjG8 No.373785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think you should watch "Baskins".
Waymond Womano - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 11:23:29 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.373832 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Channel Zero comes on Syfy tonight! Very curious to see how it holds up.

Also watched Eyes Without A Face, which was fantastic. Getting kinda burnt out of these older horror movies tho, I think i'll watch Krampus tonight.
Charlie Chaplin - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 18:38:55 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.373852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think I'll pass on Channel Zero and watch another horror anthology series in Slasher instead since it's on Netflix now. Plus I'm already watching like 5 shows on Tuesdays.

I will however check out USA's new supernatural drama Falling Water, which premieres on Thursday. Here's the first ten minutes of the premiere - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zpLBaMERxQ

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 11-10-2016 18:41:06
Nana Visitor - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 23:37:37 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.373870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Damn, I'm impressed with Channel Zero.

Tone is on point, acting solid for the most part. I was enjoying the writing until things started to rush in the 2nd half, consequently losing a layer of mystery too soon. Scare-wise... nothing that shocks, but some really creepy moments, including one that gave me goosebumps.

I sure enjoyed it more than this year's AHS, so maybe if you need a spooky show for October, this is it? It's decent, but far from being anything significant.
Sergei Eisenstein - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 17:56:43 EST ID:YeCqTf37 No.373897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, I though it would be garbage as soon as I read SyFy, Candle Cove and Creepy Pasta in a sentence.

But it's surpisingly not bad. Wasn't that scary tho and they showed Toothy McTeeth way to early in his full glory.

But I'll watch the next few episode for sure, curious where it will go. This gives me hope that maybe one day there will be a mini-series about SCP monsters and artifacts.
Bloodyface - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 21:10:49 EST ID:e2XD8zOA No.373913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>This gives me hope that maybe one day there will be a mini-series about SCP monsters and artifacts.

It's just a matter of time, honestly.
Pickles - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 21:46:21 EST ID:SlynFlUP No.373918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I checked it out based on these posts and yeah, it is better than the usual syfy junk. A fun show to watch for Halloween. Fuck, I love October.
Kathryn Janeway - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 00:29:34 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.373928 Ignore Report Quick Reply

The huge skeleton in the corner of the bedroom was spooky as hell and made me kinda nervous. Very '5 Nights at Freddy' esque.

Agreed about Teeth Kid, his introduction was so lame and typical, but he's a still great monster, just needs a proper setting.
Orlando Bloom - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 19:53:59 EST ID:jVE+Hsm0 No.374009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
where did you hear about that movie?
Randall Skeffington - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 20:07:04 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.374011 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Friend recommended it years ago but I brushed it aside. Then it popped up again when I was looking at Brooke Shield's filmography. When it came on TCM a few months ago, I recorded it.

You seen it? It's pretty good, surprised the mother didn't become a star. The obese guy died like 3 years after it was made, RIP to that weirdo.
Son Goku - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 08:25:11 EST ID:Ggy9ZhTZ No.374025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Has anyone watched the new Rob Zombie film? Thoughts?
Amuro Ray - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 09:10:29 EST ID:GA2cBhle No.374026 Report Quick Reply
I also have been waiting for someone here to say "It's great to watch wasted" or "fuck this movie" before deciding if I should waste time downloading it
Delmar O'Donnell - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 14:07:29 EST ID:jVE+Hsm0 No.374028 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Never heard of it till that post
You the guy who was talking about seeing Ingmar Bergman on TCM?

anyway onto that, they are playing a 'history of horror' this month on Mondaysat TCM.
I've seen most of what they're playing and hate Hammer Horror so got to curate my own stuff this year. Gonna check out Alice, only recently watched Maniac (from 1980) and Wes Craven's last house on the left from '76. Looking for good 70s horror I haven't seen.
Delmar O'Donnell - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 14:09:36 EST ID:jVE+Hsm0 No.374029 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I played the hell out of Astro-Creep 2000 in the 90s, but after seeing Devil's Rejects I instantly dropped Rob Zombie as a director/filmmaker. The comments about his other movies confirm my choice
Randall Skeffington - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 15:31:22 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.374031 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Yep, that was me. I still need to watch a few of those Bergman films... Been on my DVR for almost 2 years now.


The above breaks down this month's movies pretty well. Even if you don't watch TCM it's a good reference list for lesser known titles. Pissed that I missed Fearless Vampire Hunters...
Amuro Ray - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 16:34:46 EST ID:GA2cBhle No.374033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here, fight me. Sorry you only like horror when it is super pretentious.
Obi-wan Kenobi - Sat, 15 Oct 2016 22:11:51 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.374038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I just watched the series premiere of the new supernatural drama Falling Water. There's not a lot of horror elements to it but there's some weird supernatural shit in it but I figure I'd post here to let you guys know. Here's the premise of the show:

>Three strangers realize they are dreaming parts of the same dream. As they delve deeper into the meaning behind their connection to each other, they realize that the implications are much larger than their personal fates, and the future of the world lies in their hands.

I thought premiere was okay but the execution of is lacking as it threw it right in front of its audience without any buildup or character development for that matter to really get to know and understand Tess, Burton and Taka and how their dreams are interconnected. It just comes off as confusing most of the time really. People have been comparing it to Sense8 but the difference is thaf Sense8 engaged viewers from the first scene and took like four episodes to build its characters and premise before really diving deep into it. Falling Water just confuses without offering up a single reason about what's going on and spoonfeeding us about dreams and stuff without letting it build first. I'll probably give it one more episode.
Frank Gallagher - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 10:14:48 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.374049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What's pretentious about It Follows?
Tim Burton - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 10:24:29 EST ID:ieQNpmuo No.374050 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It is such an arthouse film that it's biggest fans aren't actual horror fans. It drags cinemephiles into horror discussions and leaves me stuck hearing them talk about how shitty horror is and how It Follows and Babadook are the only good horror of the last decade. Shit grinds my gears. They can move that circlejerk to the Film General.
Frank Gallagher - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 10:30:45 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.374051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Okay, but what's pretentious about it?

You realise that not liking something because other people like it makes you the hipster, right?
Tim Burton - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 10:59:53 EST ID:ieQNpmuo No.374052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Both movies are trying so hard to be artsy that the plot falls apart by the end as the writers try to achieve some metaphor rather than have a satisfying explanation for all the films events. Artsy shit like that pisses me off. I don't mind artistic horror like the Hannibal TV show but these movies are just arthouse films with fanbases directly contradictory to the average horror movies fans. Hannibal at least made sense.
Joffrey Baratheon - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 13:08:57 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.374056 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Horror fans react to 'It Follows':
>Wow, that it's it? No explanation for what 'it' was or why? Gay arthouse.

Horror fans react to Rob Zombie's 'Halloween':
>Wow, they gave Michael a backstory? What made the original scary was you didn't know who he was or why he was doing it! Gay remake.

I love the horror genre, but god do I hate it's fickle community.
Frank Gallagher - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 14:37:01 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.374058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Both movies are trying so hard to be artsy that the plot falls apart by the end as the writers try to achieve some metaphor

I can see how this applies to Babadook, but It Follows? How did the plot fall apart? What didn't make sense?
Tim Burton - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 14:43:42 EST ID:ieQNpmuo No.374059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It Follows spends a ton of time establishing the rules by which IT has to follow, then spends the rest of the movie contrinuously breaking and contradicting those rules in order to either make scenes scarier or to fit their metaphor/themes they are pushing. I'm too baked to name a ton of examples, but one would be how in the early scenes, the asshole BF asks the girl if she can see a girl standing in the back of the theater because he fears it is IT. It was a spooky scene initially, but later we learn that the way the thing operates, it never is just standing still somewhere staring, it is always coming right for you. The film is riddled with shit like this.
Frank Gallagher - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 15:54:53 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.374064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's not a plot hole or contradiction, though. That's a character not having information that becomes clear later in the film. It'd be a contradiction if that girl actually was It, but all you just described is an example of the film's premise being effectively executed.

What are these metaphors and themes you think are being pushed at the film's expense?
Tim Burton - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 16:17:07 EST ID:ieQNpmuo No.374065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Here's Quinten Tarantino making all the points I'm too lazy to spell out
>He [writer-director David Robert Mitchell] could have kept his mythology straight. He broke his mythology left, right, and center. We see how the bad guys are: They're never casual. They're never just hanging around. They've always got that one look, and they always just progressively move toward you. Yet in the movie theater, the guy thinks he sees the woman in the yellow dress, and the girl goes, “What woman?” Then he realizes that it's the follower. So he doesn't realize it's the follower upon just looking at her? She’s just standing in the doorway of the theater, smiling at him, and he doesn’t immediately notice her? You would think that he, of anybody, would know how to spot those things as soon as possible. We spotted them among the extras.
>The movie keeps on doing things like that, not holding on to the rules that it sets up. Like, okay, you can shoot the bad guys in the head, but that just works for ten seconds? Well, that doesn't make any fucking sense. What's up with that? And then, all of a sudden, the things are aggressive and they're picking up appliances and throwing them at people? Now they're strategizing? That's never been part of it before. I don't buy that the thing is getting clever when they lower him into the pool. They're not clever.
>Also, there’s the gorgeously handsome geeky boy — and everyone's supposed to be ignoring that he's gorgeous, because that’s what you do in movies — that kid obviously has no problem having sex with her and putting the thing on his trail. He's completely down with that idea. So wouldn't it have been a good idea for her to fuck that guy before she went into the pool, so then at least two people could see the thing? It’s not like she'd have been tricking him into it. It’s what I would've done.
Joffrey Baratheon - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 16:55:03 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.374067 Ignore Report Quick Reply

The only rule of "It Follows" is that it follows; the notion that it just walks toward you endlessly is presumptive and clearly not the case. Rather than blaming the "mythology", did it ever occur that there was unreliable narrator? I know Tarantino never had this thought because he knows fuck all about writing.
Lauren Faust - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 17:58:27 EST ID:VYzi1TD2 No.374070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Jesus guys they're just movies
If it scares you, then it succeeded it being a scsrymovie.
Don't mean to be "no fun allowed" but come on It Follows was good shit
Hank R. Hill - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:11:22 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.374082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think Tarantino kind of missed the point. The film is often unclear whether you're actually seeing It or just a normal person who happens to be walking towards the protagonist. Uncertainty is the basis of the horror.
Arthur Jensen - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 20:19:25 EST ID:BhhE6znY No.374085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Also, there’s the gorgeously handsome geeky boy
really? hes not hideous, but gorgeously handsome
Fox Mulder - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 21:59:35 EST ID:ieQNpmuo No.374093 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good point. Tarantino must have been projecting a bit there.
R. Lee Ermey - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 22:34:56 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.374095 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I've known people who look like him. Geeky and usually gay. Girls look right past.
Señor Chang - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 13:02:30 EST ID:UUXyR+fT No.374136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That guy is objetively average as fuck looking
Death the Kid - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 13:32:36 EST ID:yaY1VRtw No.374140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you seen Tarantino? Not exactly the type to turn heads. or at least not for the right reason.
Léon - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 13:54:14 EST ID:jVE+Hsm0 No.374142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
> No explanation for what 'it' was or why?
I don't think that's what made it gay arthouse, lol.
R. Lee Ermey - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 15:02:57 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.374148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched Clown (2014), surprisingly good black comedy.


Deviation from traditional storytelling is characteristic of arthouse.
Master Roshi - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 03:03:17 EST ID:WRJ+J1E3 No.374166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Posted it in BWW too, but I'll shill it again here. This was a lot of fun. Nb.
Dick Whitman - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 04:44:46 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.374169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Saw the new Oujia prequel. While it's not a great movie it was way better than the first one. Not bad for a popcorn horror flick.
Vash the Stampede - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 13:42:20 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.374179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nah I legit enjoy Italian horror from the 60s to about the mid 80s, they're not trashtalk level at all imo. the confusing plots full of holes and red herrings are all part of their delirious charm. I've seen a decent amount of euro-horror and euro-sleaze/trash too though, so my standards for "good italian horror" is probably lower than yours lol. it's easily my favorite horror subgenre though, they're just more fun somehow.

They made a prequel to the movie Ouija? Wait, people actually watched the movie Ouija?
Vash the Stampede - Tue, 18 Oct 2016 14:00:30 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.374180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've been watching a lot of horror this month to make up for not watching much at all over the past year or last October (I'm at 21 movies so far since the first) and as much as I love horror I don't expect to be scared or really affected by them anymore, which is why Dark Water surprised me so much. I don't believe in ghosts and wasn't scared by anything that actually happened in the movie, but the tone was so overbearing, just fucking creepy and spooky, it actually made me feel the same emotions as the main character "something's not right here" and at the time I was just impressed that it had such an effect on me.

then I got high before bed as usual, and everything got spooky as fuck. all I could feel was that overbearing tone again and the paranoia was off the charts, literally every sound was creeping me out and sending waves of thoughts that would give paranoid schizophrenics a run for their money through my head. I haven't had a high like that in ages, good shit Dark Water, good shit.
Leeloo - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 18:15:27 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.374401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched 2 vastly different Vampire flicks. 'Dracula Untold' was pretty fucking lame, they made him out to be too much of a good guy. Then 'The Addiction', which was very well done; struggled to wrap my head around the philosophy a few times, but got the gist of it. It reminded me of a more recent film, 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night', simply because it delievered in ways the latter did not.

Halloween TV programming really fucking sucks this year... it gets worse every year tbh (AMC rerunning the entirety of The Walking Braindead again?!).
Leela - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 18:32:53 EST ID:YPI/b+Nq No.374402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I haven't watched any horror movies yet this month, I went /lit/ for October and have read 8 horror novels so far, between Stephen King and Clive Barker and other less famous names. Will definitely watch Don't Breath before the month ends though.
Master Pycelle - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 19:16:20 EST ID:YEKwj4TD No.374404 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I watched this because of this post and mostly really dug it. I thought the part where the ghost girl is suddenly a 2spooky monster ghost kind of killed the mood, though. The bit where she rushes the camera was especially goofy. Otherwise, good shit.

If it fits on your to read list, I recommend Harbor by John Lindqvist.

Leela - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 19:22:40 EST ID:YPI/b+Nq No.374406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I like Lindqvist but I read exclusively through pirated audiobooks while at work and that book of his isn't on my audiobook torrent site.
John Crichton - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 22:34:26 EST ID:hQjZuTF/ No.374418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I see that Netflix has put up Deadset. Great british zombie miniseries that takes place on the set of Big Brother UK.
If you like zombie stuff and haven't seen this yet, do yourself a favor.
Commander John J Adams - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 22:51:31 EST ID:YPI/b+Nq No.374420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It is written by the dude who does Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker. Most of his fans are busy binging Black Mirror atm.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 22:58:00 EST ID:uInzn1Q/ No.374421 Report Quick Reply
Thanks for the heads up. Speaking of British zombie shows, I'd also recommend Into the Flesh.
John Crichton - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 22:58:25 EST ID:hQjZuTF/ No.374422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well if they're binging, then it's not gonna take them all october. Here's something for the afterward.
Sam Winchester - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 23:02:18 EST ID:9VJN1n4M No.374424 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>If it fits on your to read list, I recommend Harbor by John Lindqvist.
Can you copmare him to someone else so I can get a gist? Thanks for the recommendation. Last year I read some short stories from Thomas Ligotti and I recommend it.
Charlie Brown - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 23:32:29 EST ID:g6FNAleh No.374425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ep 1 was a little too on the nose but it did a fine job of establishing a post modern hell which is the staple of this show so yeah, pretty good. i'm looking forward to the rest.
Commander John J Adams - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 23:36:17 EST ID:YPI/b+Nq No.374426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Charlie Brooker wrote the concept but Rashida Jones wrote the dialogue. This will sound sexist, but I found it far less preachy than how most American female comedians would write it. If they hired Amy Shumer instead of Rashida, it would have been an SJW shitfest
Maggie Beckett - Mon, 24 Oct 2016 20:30:18 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.374565 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah that scene made me giggle lol, but glad you enjoyed it too. You should definitely watch Kairo/Pulse if you haven't too, it's easily my favorite J-horror.

I most recently watched Last Shift after reading about it on here too and loved it, also watched Hellraiser 5: Inferno and was surprised to find that while not a good Hellraiser movie, it's a pretty fantastic Silent Hill movie. Better than SH: Revelations by a long shot.
Bugs Bunny - Mon, 24 Oct 2016 22:26:30 EST ID:YEKwj4TD No.374578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He gets compared to Stephen King a lot, but I think he "gets" people more than King does and his writing's a lot more concise.
Dawn Summers - Tue, 25 Oct 2016 02:43:21 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.374587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched a random b-movie, "Girl House", about a basement dweller who slaughters camgirls who called him ugly. Pretty decent slasher actually; some nudity, some gore, some cheese. The opening scene is Catwoman from Gotham humiliating the adolscent killer for having a baby dick and it's pretty funny.

Then I watched "Crimson Peak", reviews made me think it was going to be shit, but hot damn was it good. The plot is kinda cliche, Scooby Doo was doing this shit 16 years ago, but nonetheless I enjoyed just about evrything about it. CGI needed a bit more polish. Jessica Chastein blew me away.

Currently watching "The Innkeepers", a big favorite of mine. Builds suspense masterfully and really makes you care for the characters.
Bubbles - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 05:26:53 EST ID:LLLq87MR No.375203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The monster is a metaphor for meth addiction, which is kind of an epidemic in australia at the moment
Garrus Vakarian - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 06:50:29 EST ID:0ZCCwKm9 No.375205 Report Quick Reply
I liked how instead f the usual moral of "You need to quit drugs", the ending was more like "just do drugs and act crazy in the basement as long as you can front like you're normal once you go back upstairs to see your kid"
Number One - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 21:11:58 EST ID:sHjWGBSF No.378798 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They just announced that Danny McBride is writing/directing the new Halloween movie. It inspired me to torrent all the old Halloween, Nightmare On Elm Street, and Friday The 13th films. What are some other good slasher classics to DL to the external to watch on a rainy day?
Bill Haverchuck - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 21:54:34 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.378799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Burning
Just Before Dawn
Prom Night and Terror Train if you want more Jamie Lee Curtis after Halloween 1&2
The House on Sorority Row
Sleepaway Camp (the first is serious but the sequels are fun comedies)
The Slumber Party Massacre
The New York Ripper (more giallo than slasher but easily my favorite piece of early 80s NYC sleaze)
The Prowler
Maniac Cop
Maniac (remake is better tho)
Don't Answer the Phone
Hide and Go Shriek (not a classic by any means, but I just watched it for the first time recently and it was pretty fun)
Charles Bronson - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 22:02:41 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.378801 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Or just watch Chiller.

I kid.
Number One - Fri, 10 Feb 2017 10:32:47 EST ID:sHjWGBSF No.378816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched The Thing for the first time. Besides Kurt Russel's weird acting distracting me, it lived up to the hype. The practical effects are leagues ahead of any modern CGI shit. Maybe video gamers think CGI in film looks natural but I will never be of this mindset.

Also rewatched Halloween and House. Even if House is just a poor-man's Evil Dead 2, I still love it. OG Halloween has such a great atmosphere and spooky vibe.

Thanks, never saw any before.

This post was edited by stevens on 10-02-2017 10:36:42
Slake Fistcrunch - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 12:38:35 EST ID:WQaUHmVr No.378839 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looking for cosmic horror films, or just horror films with some psychological or philosophical groundwork.

Explanation for cosmic horror, it's simply horror about the place of humanity in the cosmos. It's a kind of story where the only way to win is to be "blind" of the place of humanity in the cosmos.

Think about The Thing when the characters realise that The Thing can completely replace and replicate the entire biosphere on Earth in days or hours after leaving Antarctica (and the implied realisation that the universe might be filled with trillions of Things waiting to land on Earth).
Ricky Bobby - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 12:50:13 EST ID:sHjWGBSF No.378840 Report Quick Reply
Until the Del Toro adaption of Mountains Of Madness gets made, cosmic horror is vastly underrepresented in film. I assume you've seen Carpenter's In The Mouth Of Madness since you know The Thing.
Greg Corbin - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 13:33:17 EST ID:FcpXvA89 No.379006 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I watched Housebound last night. It had a pretty ridiculous plot but I liked how the movie's comedy was done in still maintaining a dramatic tone in the film but it wasn't really as over the top with that aspect. I did find it pretty funny how Amos, the security guy keeping watch over Kylie, just so happens to have all that paranormal equipment lying around. Same with the robber accidentally knocking himself out with the sledgehammer at the beginning.
Liv Tyler - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 16:22:38 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.379015 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Had a blast watching this with my friends a few years back. We talked so much shit about the edgy teenage girl. There is a scene with a toy that is actually scary as fuck, too. That was a good night.
Shredder - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 17:42:46 EST ID:zF42C/MO No.379016 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Whisperer in Darkness is one of my favourites

Prince of Darkness is also kinda cool
Gumball - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 17:52:16 EST ID:pDabWfpN No.379017 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP, the original Cabin Fever was pretty good. No one had really seen anything like it at the time either. Used to give me nightmares for days as a kid.
Andrei Tarkovsky - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 17:55:12 EST ID:vbdJjbyX No.379018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Get Out looks fuckin dank and I can't wait for it to come out
Liv Tyler - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 18:08:18 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.379019 Ignore Report Quick Reply

The OG Cabin Fever is one of the greatest horror movies ever, IMO. It's grounded in reality, as in what we witness on screen could actually happen. The characters are realistic and relatable, it actually feels like they're friends, as opposed to a representatige from every high school clique. Just a great movie, I love Eli Roth. Green Inferno kinda sucked but everything else is great.
Carl Grimes - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 21:07:42 EST ID:82KVXRuB No.379024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I really want this to be good...
Jimmy McNulty - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 09:15:00 EST ID:WQaUHmVr No.379055 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Riddick - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 09:46:12 EST ID:FcpXvA89 No.379059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A horror movie with a satirical premise written and directed by Jordan Peele has potential to either be really good or really bad. Guess we'll find out. I do like Daniel Kaluuya and having a black protagonist in a horror film is something different that we don't usually see that often. I can't recall any horror films off the top with one aside from Scary Movie I guess.
Jeff Winger - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 12:22:23 EST ID:vbdJjbyX No.379066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It got a standing ovation at Sundance, and I've yet to see Peele do us wrong.
Gumball - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 13:59:22 EST ID:S07l7NPL No.379070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was really looking forward to this till I heard it may have comedy influence. Hope it proves me wrong.
Ruby - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 02:08:20 EST ID:/O51FZCM No.379095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just watched the Cabin Fever remake. I thought it was pretty good. Stupid. Dumb. Plot Holes. Sure. I think I've developed some kind of retardation cause I thought Bye Bye Man was pretty good too.

But it had a sense of humor, I loved each scene with the townsfolk. There was some good misdirection around characters. It seemed like the movie reveled in how dumb it was, and that's a quality I can appreciate.
Linda Park - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 05:46:53 EST ID:mbELdA8N No.379104 Ignore Report Quick Reply

House on the Haunted Hill from like 99-00 or whenever had Taye Diggs survive at the end with some white chick but yeah sadly that's the only other movie I can think of and it's not like he was a main character like that, he just happened to survive lol.
Scatterbrain Jane - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 08:15:25 EST ID:HZC2Hp69 No.379107 Report Quick Reply
Same for the ending of The Thing, even if theres a 50/50 chance the black dude who lived was a Thing.
Bruce Wayne - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 01:19:56 EST ID:jXjGsIxz No.379139 Ignore Report Quick Reply

That movie was way, way better than it had any right to be.
Alfred Hitchcock - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 11:55:01 EST ID:HZC2Hp69 No.379156 Report Quick Reply
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They lifted the perfect amount of content from the original black and white film and then changed all the right stuff, turning to movie into something that felt like a bad acid trip. Like, the OG film was decent but pic related was the big scare, fuck that.
Talia Winters - Sat, 18 Feb 2017 18:05:20 EST ID:WQaUHmVr No.379162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Doesn't even matter what is going on in the ending.

Someone WILL come to the site, someone WILL find a frozen piece of alive Thing, they will unthaw it. The cycle repeats. As each expedition encountering the Thing "kills" the Thing and themselves, they move the Thing closer and closer to civilization, until it is free in non-arctic conditions and humanity is pretty much extinct.

The Thing is a part of Carpenter's apocalypse trilogy. ALL the films in it are about the extinction of mankind.
Lucy Brown - Wed, 22 Feb 2017 16:42:51 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.379302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you're into extremely funny but goofy horror then Dead-Alive is for you.
Allan Smithee - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 16:51:12 EST ID:FcpXvA89 No.379400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well given that it has a 100% on RT with almost 100 critics reviewed, looks like an early film of the year candidate. Imma go see it this weekend.
Dr. Wongburger - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 17:51:03 EST ID:wOmPhO0j No.379403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
But critics always give racially themed movies overly positive reviews, I'll wait for the fan reviews to come in.
Stewie Griffin - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 23:59:26 EST ID:hrX6vVgV No.379418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>keyboard warriors with an axe to grind who haven't even seen what they're bitching about

Fan reviews are even stupider than professional critics, and you're stupid for reading them.
Orlando Bloom - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 09:08:14 EST ID:wOmPhO0j No.379430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Maybe on the wider internet but rarely with 420chan fan reviews. I want to know if a movie is good with a bong and beers, not if it is a movie you can brag about watching to appear racial sensitive or cultured or some bullshit
Humphrey Bogart - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 09:42:43 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.379431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well I plan on watching it, just because I expect there will me many keks to be had. I mean, the scene in the trailer where he goes to fistbump that one stepford-ed black guy, and the guy grabs his fist like its a handshake with thr music changing and a look of utter horror upon the black protags face...fucking hilarious. Seriously. I'm not sure if Peel is self aware enough to be doing this intentionally. Might be. Idk. I don't really follow him, but I'll be giving his film a solid and dedicated chance. Going in as blind as possible.
Smoke Manmuscle - Mon, 27 Feb 2017 23:32:17 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.379617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The new anthology film "XX" fucking sucked.
Daisuke Jigen - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 10:05:15 EST ID:SO6vjJSS No.379842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It wasn't *that* bad. It was just mediocre imo. I think everyone's getting their panties in a twist because it was heavily marketed on the all female directors gimmick, which admittedly is a little obnoxious. Looking at it objectively I found it to be in line with like 90% of horror out there. Just ok.
Nancy Botwin - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 20:45:19 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.379885 Ignore Report Quick Reply

It was mostly garbage. I was actually excited about the all-female cast thing, I went into it thinking "Women don't get to touch horror often, this should be good."

3/4ths wasn't even original. The first story was an adaptation of a short story written by a man, the second story was Weekend at Bernie's, the fourth story was Rosemary's Baby 18 years later. So, already there is a massive deficit of originality here, you'd think a movie billed as "female-led" wouldn't take cues from a bunch of men, and yet hat's exactly what happens.

The 2nd story was by far the worst, and surprise, the director was that shitty musician who had no film experience. That shit was the stupidest fucking 15 minutes of my life. There was nothing redeemable about it.

The best story was the 3rd. Characters were funny and relatable, premise wasn't really original but it was fun, neat special effects and kinda spooky.

The 4th one wasn't too bad, kinda funny actually, but just... Meh.

1st one was stupid. I know what they were going for it, it's not scary; characters were terrible, why the mom is such a cunt in the beginning is a mystery to me. They went out of their way to make her a terrible person, only to do a 180° for no reason.

I'm glad I only paid 99¢ for this shit, but at the same time, now I'm mad that I wasted my 99¢ coupon on this garbage, I coulda watched La La Land.

Horror anthologies are just shit, tbh. V/H/S was a fluke.
Xev Bellringer - Sat, 04 Mar 2017 13:49:28 EST ID:WQaUHmVr No.379905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't remind me.

I still remember people complaining about Prometheus turning the Xenomorph into some mysterious thing without explanations, instead of the simple space bugs from post-Aliens.

What's the problem with Ridley Scott turning the Xenomorph into some unknown entity? That's how they started in Alien before that cocksucking hack James Cameron ruined everything!
Ghengis Dong - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 15:49:39 EST ID:nCCO+az+ No.379998 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most of what I heard of prometheus was critical of its characters and plot. I haven't seen it (well, I did, but fucked up with a bunch of other drunks so I only really got the jist). Could you expand on how it differed with the Alien movies with regards to the Xenomorphs?
Cobra Commander - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 15:33:29 EST ID:WQaUHmVr No.380345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In Alien the Xenomorph is some unknown entity. Mysterious.

Then Aliens hits, and James Cameron turns the Xenomorph into space-ants. All mystery is gone. They're now just space animals. Space animals that are killed by the dozens, while it took an entire space ship crew to kill just one Xenomorph in Alien.

Aliens was such a disappointment to me, that I haven't watched any other Alien film except Prometheus. So I dunno about the rest. I hear Alien 3 goes back to the "one alien kills a lot of people" idea, but I haven't seen it so yeah.

Aliens is a flawless action-scifi movie, but as an Alien sequel it FUCKING SUCKS SHITDICK.
Steven Seagal - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 15:44:33 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.380346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I liked Alien. It sits proudly next to Hellraiser among films that fucked me up as a child. Aliens was cool, because it was never more than a space bug imo. It never showed high forethought. It always behaved like a stalking, predatory, animal (Spider/Lizard/Cat). I consumed the comics like a motherfucker. Aliens, Predators, Colonial Marines, shit was awesome. Massive hives bigger than human cities, armies of Xenomorphs, FLYING XENOS BRO, Hulk Xenos, Xeno-Zip (Weyland Yutani synthesized Xeno Royal Jelly and it fucks humans up and turns them into berserkers who don't feel pain and have super strength...also they go insane and kill everyone they see), Yautja, Machiko, Trained Xenos (They always betray as soon as they know they can), Clan Wars, Holy shit dude you are missing out on the mythology of this world if all you do is pout because a few of your bugs got killed in the sequel. News Flash, Xenos are bioweapons (Prometheus is fuck-shit and it doesn't retconn shit it can suck a fuck and fuck off forever.) made by an alien race (might be space jokeys, might not) to be a perfect bio-weapon, able to adapt its form based on its target species so as to best preform in the target species environment.
Ghengis Dong - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 16:23:56 EST ID:nCCO+az+ No.380347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I think it's a little unfair to criticize the sequel for giving some insight the way Aliens does it.

There are still a lot of mysteries, I don't really see how showing them living in hives with a queen suddenly evaporates all of the intrigue, especially considering how it's still an incredibly bizarre lifecycle and we have no idea what sort of environment produced such a ruthlessly effective organism. If anything it adds depth while still begging more questions.

I was asking more about Prometheus.

As Aliens not being a satisfying sequel to Alien. I can see not liking the shift from a suspenseful, almost "slasher"-movie, horror vibe to boom-kapow action in a creepy setting.

Alien 3 does indeed try to return to basics, but it's execution is really flawed. If you're a horror buff though, it presents an interesting specimen for how it tries to adapt to changes in the genre. Not a bad movie, but it's not the sequel people were looking for, and it's in general a bit shoddy IMO
Jon Snow - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 17:03:49 EST ID:jZQuyVQg No.380348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it makes sense in universe. the moment weyland yutani found out about this shit after the first movie, obviously they were going to try and find more of them for military purposes. and the spaceship crew of the first movie weren't trained soldiers, they weren't given prior tactical information about the threat, they didn't have the best weapons, and they couldn't have used them if they had them due to being in a space ship rather than an on-planet colony. the marines probably would have been only slightly less fucked than the crew if they were thrown in the first movie's situation. if they tried that rambo shit they would breach the hull. the only equipment they had that would work in that situation would be a flamethrower which the ship's crew already had and used as well as they could. though actual military training would have helped obviously.

thematically and tonally though, you're right, it doesn't match up to the first movie at all in those regards.
Nick Frost - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 17:08:49 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.380349 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I've never understood the "true horror is the unknown!!!" mentality. It's a very prevalent attitude amongst people, and it's never appealed to me. I'm the inquisitive type who likes to know the 5 W's — who, what, when, where, why.

I liked it when Rob Zombie gave Michael Myer's a back story, because it made the character more realistic and tangible. I like that they're giving the Xenomorphs a backstory, because it opens a whole deeper aspect of horror.

If it were revealed that the Engineers created the Xenomorphs and wanted to use them to exterminate humanity, that's a far scarier concept to me then "here is a scary alien, we don't know why it exists but here it is, BOO!"

I like stories where we humans create their own monsters. It's not enough for there to be a scary monster — knowing that we're responsible for it makes it even scarier.

You can look at someone like Michael Myers and say he's scary, but he's scarier once you learn that he's the product of poverty, bullying, a lack of mental health care, etc. People like him spring up every day in the real world. Just the other day some retard went on a killing spree in Germany.
Jon Snow - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 17:25:47 EST ID:jZQuyVQg No.380350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
An effective use of both is best I think. I always liked the way horror games did it, initially everything was absolutely mysterious but over time you would find documents and recordings explaining how things came to get to this point, or at least hint at how, and when done right unveiling things just made it all the more frightening. Silent Hill and System Shock were both great at that.
Ornella Muti - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 02:30:20 EST ID:q7984vNp No.380365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You ever play Alan Wake? It did that really well in my opinion. You'd find manuscripts written by the main character (Alan, a horror author) scattered throughout the levels that would foreshadow what you're about to run into as the player, only Alan has no memory of writing the story, only that it is now the reality he faces.
Also, it's split into episodic chapters that end in cliffhangers and start with a "previously on..." which frame it as this really cool horror show.

Goddamn, I need to play through that game again.
Tinto Brass - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 10:48:39 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.380377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I disagree on Myers, he was a lot scarier as a boogeyman in the original Halloween. Zombie's take was better than most of the sequels especially all that magic cult bs, but nothing beats that original.
Tinto Brass - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 10:50:30 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.380378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
also, that idea of unexplained horror being scarier comes from the fact that the less we know, the more we can project. and generally, what we can imagine is scarier than what anyone can actually come up with, because it's personal. when everything is laid out for you it's a lot harder to actually be scary.
Jee-woo Kim - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 10:46:51 EST ID:WQaUHmVr No.380544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As soon as you know the monster is the ghost of the previous home owner, as soon as you know that the murders are caused by a vampire, as soon as you know that the horror is some kind of space ant, you can formulate a strategy to fight the horror.

At that point, the horror film stops being a horror film and just becomes an action movie with a scary villain.

As long as the scary thing remains unknown, the longer the film stays scary.
nick bick !W76cpN/rSs - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 01:37:53 EST ID:LNhyS+5/ No.384846 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't really watch a lot of contemporary horror, I think I've only watched two horror films from 2017 but some of my favorites from 2016 were Ouija: Origin of Evil, I Am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House, Lights Out, Before I Wake, and I Am Not A Serial Killer.
Pussy Galore - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 03:32:07 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.384851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That Ouija movie was so much better than it had any right to be. Blumhouse are kind of low-key killing it right now with their horror. I saw The Boy recently, which was another solid Blumhouse horor but also a great example of revealing the identity of the monster and making it work.

The film's about a woman who's been hired as a nanny by an old English couple to look after their son, who turns out to be a doll; their real son died in a fire. So, since a doll doesn't really need that much attention (right?), it seems the job is pretty much just living in a mansion.

Then weird shit starts happening, and the woman becomes convinced the doll actually is alive. She even starts to show affection towards it. You get lulled into a false sense of security, and then it's revealed that the whole time the doll only seemed alive because the real son, who survived the fire and is now a murderously deranged full-grown man, has been living in the walls making shit happen, while constantly watching and lusting over his new nanny.

The big reveal of who and what the monster really is works amazingly because it turns everything you thought you knew on its head, and makes everything you saw before even more creepy and disturbing in retrospect. Even then, the film knows the value of keeping some mystery and the killer wears a porcelain doll mask to cover his face.

This post was edited by stevens on 07-07-2017 06:51:44
Pussy Galore - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 03:33:15 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.384852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh fuck I forgot to put in spoiler tags, please someone edit this before people read it.
Pussy Galore - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 18:51:39 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.384899 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thanks stevens :)
nick bick !W76cpN/rSs - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 19:51:18 EST ID:LNhyS+5/ No.384909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh yeah I was definitely surprised. I actually watched it cause I noticed the guy that did Oculus and Hush did it so I went ahead and watched the first one... total shit. All the reviews said Origin was so much better but I was still pleasantly surprised lol.
I've seen The Boy also, I really liked it! I didn't expect much but it was actually pretty enjoyable.
And then as far as Blumhouse, not horror really, but I liked Split.
Oh and looking it up they actually produced Hush as well.
Wesley Wyndam-Price - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 19:53:55 EST ID:kxcGVRMF No.384911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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hype, finally something worth leaving the house for
Sarah Connor - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 20:38:55 EST ID:MXZQPU0B No.384919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>saw 7 called "the final chapter"
>they make another one
Totoro - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 21:07:38 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.384926 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (part IV)
>they make 6 more

It's nothing new.
Sailor Moon - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 21:09:30 EST ID:7zHQHaEq No.384927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Horror films have a horrible case of sequelitis.
Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 21:21:41 EST ID:/uU3D4Fs No.384931 Ignore Report Quick Reply

It was the final chapter to the crystal lake series, they rename it to camp green and continue the story.
Liz Lemon - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 22:49:55 EST ID:HKyU6soq No.384937 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Isn;t this one a prequel?
Smoke Manmuscle - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 02:13:53 EST ID:jXjGsIxz No.384946 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I loved the first Saw, thought the sequel was alright, never watched any of the other ones. I keep telling myself I'll watch them eventually but still haven't. The sequels seemed to have taken the wrong inspiration from the original, which was a super tense thriller. Instead, the sequels just seemed to be based off "Oh dude, remember that scene when the guy sawed his leg off? That was siiiiick, let's do other gross stuff like that!" and completely abandoned the psychological horror of the original. I dunno, I guess I'm weird but I can tolerate over-the-top gore if the actual movie is entertaining like Dead Alive or Evil Dead 2 but gore-porn shit like that or the Hostel movies just aren't my bag.
Newman - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 08:06:01 EST ID:kxcGVRMF No.384951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nope, it's 10 years later, so more the start of a new Chapter than continuing the old chapters. The first 7 movies are more like one 10 hour long Netflix series with very tight canon. This is close to a reboot but more like a loose sequel. It will likely have elements of the old films, but not so heavy that you'll be confused if this is the first Sawfilm you ever see. In the old ones, you literally needed to watch them in order or you'd be confused, so they didnt do as well as Freddy and Jason sequels where the previous film gets retconned the moment the credits roll.
Newman - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 08:11:55 EST ID:kxcGVRMF No.384952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's actually a different direction than what you want AND what you predict. The movies do lose the scary thriller element, that is true. But what they became is more like a The Punisher or Dexter, a weird saga about a crazy old man who hates the criminals who run the world always ruining his happiness. Like, Saw 6 is entirely about the modern health care debate, with Jigsaw murdering an entire health insurance company because they used some technicality to get away with not covering his cancer treatment. The movies get hilariously over the top with the plot, that's why I kept watching after the first one. I also have seen the Hostel films and view the Saw franchise as a totally different bag.
Slate Slabrock - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 19:12:23 EST ID:HQgBJhiS No.385469 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Jigsaw trailer
I haven't been this fucking hyped for a movie since.... since Saw: The Final Chapter!
I'm guessing the killer here isn't the same killer from the final Saw movie, because they make it look like whoever it is will be some twist (its Saw so the killers identity is obviously gonna twist the fuck out of us). Spoilers for those who didn't see all the old movies, the final killer was Doctor Gordon, the guy who cut his foot off in the original film, and he had a whole crew of Jigsaw minions and everything working for him. Also, Detective Hoffman's fate is unknown, he was Jigsaw for films 4-7. Last seen chained up in the bathroom from the original film for not being a good enough Jigsaw.
C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 22 Jul 2017 18:35:51 EST ID:7zHQHaEq No.385608 Report Quick Reply
American Horror Story: Cult announced - http://tvline.com/2017/07/20/american-horror-story-cult-season-7-title-revealed-spoilers/ and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gQI1SpygLY
Logan 5 - Sat, 22 Jul 2017 18:56:01 EST ID:jXjGsIxz No.385609 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Jesus, I had no idea they've done 6 seasons of this already.
Jack Skellington - Sat, 22 Jul 2017 21:27:34 EST ID:7zHQHaEq No.385615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, Hotel, and Roanoke. Where you been?
Homer J. Simpson - Sat, 22 Jul 2017 22:07:24 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.385617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm surprised they got renewed to be honest. I liked the first half of last season, but then it just kinda trailed off into a dumb experiment, then the season ended on a massive circle jerk.
I hope they at least take some lessons from last season.
Jack Skellington - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 03:34:56 EST ID:7zHQHaEq No.385620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's FX's highest rated and most popular show. Ain't gonna cancel it now.
Homer J. Simpson - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 03:45:05 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.385621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's kinda mind blowing. FX puts out so many quality shows.
Debbie Love - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 09:05:15 EST ID:YPI/b+Nq No.385624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched The Mist with my kid last night. It was their 2nd rated R film (the first was Evil Dead 2). I was hoping it would traumatize them but apparently our generation was pussies and kids these days are unflappable.
Ken Loach - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 10:29:21 EST ID:I8NB0fZ6 No.385626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nice parenting.
Jazzy - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 12:56:54 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.385630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
His kid's already seen a dozen penknife beheading videos when he's not around.
Debbie Love - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 13:03:21 EST ID:YPI/b+Nq No.385631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's what I figure. I didn't even say my kids age, I could have been talking about a teenager. They aren't in kindergarten or anything and have seen enough PG13 movies to be ready to move on to the very occasional R. Next one will probably be when the new IT movie comes out online.
Homer J. Simpson - Sun, 23 Jul 2017 17:38:46 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.385636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lol fuck off, as if a horror movie is gonna ruin a child?
take that bullshit elsewhere. why don't you go interview Quentin Tarrantino and tell him he's condoning violence or some other equally stupid shit?
Jazzy - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 06:26:29 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.385669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Now I gotta post the interview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrsJDy8VjZk lol
Rowan Atkinson - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 06:49:49 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.385670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I thinks it's dumb when ppl say that horror movies won't affect a kid. You can swap horror movies with video games or whatever. You are what you eat, and what you consume for mental stimulation totally leaves it's mark on the psyche.

But it's a leap to say that someone is going to end up a serial killer or whatever because of these things.

My parents trolled the fuck out of me with Child's Play when I was just a lil kid. They thought it was hilarious to call me into the room and point at the screen when Chucky was butchering someone. I'd scream and run back to my room. My mom used to arrange porcelain dolls next to my bed while I sleeping so I'd wake up with dolls staring at me. I was like 4-7 years old when all this occurred.

Point being, I'm fine. I haven't killed anyone. I don't look back with hatred or scorn, I think it's funny and I'd totally do the same with my kids. Horror is my favorite genre actually, and I feel like if anything, my early exposure to spooky stuff desensitized me to the point where I don't fully enjoy horror movies as much as a lot of people do.
Lindsay Weir - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 07:06:11 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.385671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lmao I hadn't seen that one

I guess he just enjoys sparring words with people, because he could see that coming from a mile away, and people have tried to corner him with that nonsense so many times.

It's a little off topic, but why do those types keep going on about that bs. There is no connection, they have to know this. I guess they're just going for low hanging fruit? Or is there a real anti-violent film agenda?
Lucy Lawless - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 07:08:41 EST ID:YPI/b+Nq No.385672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My kid that I watched Mist with is much older than 4-7 for the record. The gore didn;t seem shocking, I guess because Itchy and Scratchy on Simpsons gets 50x more violent than most R rated films. The film was full of monsters and the only thing my kid is now scared of is weird little Christian ladies who will sacrifice children.
Lindsay Weir - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 07:10:16 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.385673 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah of course, media, and horror movies especially can leave impressions on your psyche. But only if you're already predestined to be a psycho serial killer are they gonna be enough to influence your behavior in any drastic way.
Rowan Atkinson - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 07:39:09 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.385675 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Tbh dude, the Mist isn't even scary. It gets pretty tense at some points, but becomes a sci-fi action movie rather quickly.

If you wanna scare your kid, you need to introduce them to the concept of running zombies. Have a double feature of 28 Days Later and the Dawn of the Dead remake. That'll scare the lil shit.
Lucy Lawless - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 07:48:24 EST ID:YPI/b+Nq No.385676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had actually considered the Dawn Of The Dead remake, but the IMDB parents guide reminded me of some parts that my kid isn't ready for. I had to discard a few of my old favorites before finding one that didn't have a sex scene. Yes, I'm the type of hypocrite who will let kids see graphic violence but not boobs, I'm not watching anything anyone could call pornographic with kids present lol.
Syndey Bristow - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 08:06:25 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.385678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Those spiders bursting out of the half-dead soldier dude was pretty fucked up though

Rowan Atkinson - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 08:07:31 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.385679 Ignore Report Quick Reply

What's wrong with Dawn of the Dead? lol

I have a vivid memory of watching that A+ opening sequence on Sci-Fi Channel as part of a promotion before the movie even released. Must've been 11 years old, watching the scariest shit I'd ever seen at 9pm on a school night. I probably had nightmares.
Lucy Lawless - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 08:11:19 EST ID:YPI/b+Nq No.385680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Has some doggystyle sex with boobs flopping around on screen, insta-pass. Maybe in a couple years when they are officially a teenager.
Jazzy - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 13:02:33 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.385696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's probably best that he doesn't see the link between sex and violence anyway. People say it's hypocrisy, but sex and violence are different things, and combining the two in the same context is just...it can go dark in so many ways in a child's mind. I remember being a kid.
Ethan Coen - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 02:19:26 EST ID:jXjGsIxz No.385716 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Just have sex with your wife while you're all watching the movie, that'll break the ice when the terrible boobies in the movie break into the wanton violence and gore.
Ridley Scott - Fri, 28 Jul 2017 06:30:28 EST ID:n9qBYpm3 No.385818 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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