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Horror film rex by Kyle Reese - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 23:29:08 EST ID:7N+3mln9 No.389262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I would like some recommendations for spooky films to watch in the upcoming month.
I like style-over-substance things like Antichrist and Neon Demon, but I also like slower-paced ones like House of the Devil and Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Would you know of anything like that?
Lalla Ward - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 23:36:25 EST ID:LJA1fNO6 No.389263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Cabin in the woods is alright. Interesting story at the end.
Kyle Reese - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 23:38:22 EST ID:7N+3mln9 No.389264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thankyou anon. Anything else coming to mind?
Lalla Ward - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 23:41:02 EST ID:LJA1fNO6 No.389265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Audition it's slow paced, but its one of the best Japanese horrors I've seen.

>This disturbing Japanese thriller follows Aoyama (Ryo Ishibashi), a widower who decides to start dating again. Aided by a film-producer friend (Jun Kunimura), Aoyama uses auditions for a fake production to function as a dating service. When Aoyama becomes intrigued by the withdrawn, gorgeous Asami (Eihi Shiina), they begin a relationship. However, he begins to realize that Asami isn't as reserved as she appears to be, leading to gradually increased tension and a harrowing climax.
Kyle Reese - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 23:41:53 EST ID:7N+3mln9 No.389266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nice! thank you as well
Rose McGowan - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 02:13:15 EST ID:J2nxIdks No.389273 Report Quick Reply
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You could check out Goodnight Mommy.
Finn the Human - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 03:00:28 EST ID:QoLNNGse No.389275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Noroi: The Curse is one that a lot of people like, it's way too slow paced for me but if that's your thing you'd love it. The first two V/H/S movies are good, Viral is trash. Lake Mungo is good, The Crazies, The Descent, Quarantine, Grave Encounters, The Babadook, etc.
Chandler Bing - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 03:39:32 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I appreciate your taste in classy horror, and the recs so far have been good. I'll dump a few of my own.

>A Dark Song
Two people seclude themselves in an isolate manor to perform an elaborate, multi-month pagan/demonic ritual to seek favor from old gods.
Chandler Bing - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 03:46:42 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>It Comes At Night
A family trying to survive a post-apocalyptic pandemic in their home in the woods takes in another family of survivors, but tensions and paranoia ensue. Super bleak, but really good.
Chandler Bing - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 03:51:30 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The Monster
A mother and daughter are driving through isolated country at night, when a deer runs into the road and breaks their car. While they're stuck waiting for help, the creature that was hunting the deer decides to hunt them instead.
Chandler Bing - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 03:54:29 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The Autopsy of Jane Doe
Father and son coroners are assigned to perform an autopsy of a young girl who died under mysterious circumstances. The body seems to defy all medical logic, and spooky shit starts happening in the morgue.
Chandler Bing - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 03:57:56 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Don't Breathe
A group of burglars plan to rob the home of an easy mark: a rich, old blind man. When they get inside they find something they never expected, and can't escape.
Bill Haverchuck - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 03:59:05 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.389281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I second this one. One of my favourite horrors in recent years, in a low-key kind of way. Interesting to see a horror where [%}the protagonists suffer simply for being good people doing all they can to help.
Chandler Bing - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 04:01:36 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The Wailing
Korean film about a small village where people start suffering from a horrific sickness after a mysterious stranger arrives.
Chandler Bing - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 04:08:28 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Set in 1595 after the Swedish and Russian wars, a pair of Finnish brothers and a unit of sadistic Russians mapping new borders through swamplands descending into some mindfucked psychological horror related to war atrocities. If you like Refn movies, this will be right up your alley.
Chandler Bing - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 04:12:58 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>It Follows
After sleeping with man, a young woman finds her self hunted by a sexually transmitted curse that can only be passed by infecting another partner.
Chandler Bing - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 04:19:17 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Last Shift
Criminally overlooked indie horror about a rookie cop assigned to the final graveyard shift of a soon to be decommissioned police station. While on duty, spooky events start happening, that appear to be related to the station's dark history. It's low budget, but this movie is basically as close as film has gotten to capturing the vibe of Silent Hill imo.
Ali G - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 08:14:24 EST ID:gcvGIeQ6 No.389292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Void is cool for a recent horror movie. Like a mix of Thomas Ligotti/HP Lovecraft and The Thing.
Cthulhu - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 11:15:32 EST ID:i2V7bSPJ No.389297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Tommy Pickles - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 12:07:58 EST ID:AJZCLHKx No.389303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i only like 70s-90s horror.. show me some gems guys, not this modern shit
Buster Keaton - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 12:41:31 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.389305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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How bout some Hellraiser?
Lawrence Olivier - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 14:10:04 EST ID:wQxz0zSt No.389312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Manitou

Native American meets voodoo meets late-era Tony Curtis. It's great!
Michael Shannon - Sat, 07 Oct 2017 16:42:59 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.389321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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BT-42 - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 02:54:24 EST ID:GNIzlO1W No.389345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Are the Silent Hill movies any good?
Curtis Donovan - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 03:04:55 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>First one: Not really
>Second one: NOOOOOO

Full disclosure, I actually quite like the first one, but it's not a "good" movie in the traditional sense. I think it's just because SH is one of my favorite series, and it didn't do an absolutely abysmal job of translating the atmosphere of the games, like most adaptations tend to do.
Stump Beefknob - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 04:02:37 EST ID:YEKwj4TD No.389349 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I thought these two were neat, but that both really fell to shit near the end.
Kelly LeBrock - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 04:25:24 EST ID:wxv6rtB5 No.389350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Commander John J Adams - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 13:15:33 EST ID:J1aMlP5p No.389365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Seconding The Babadook. It's one of the best psychological horror movies I've ever seen.
Peter Pevensie - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 13:24:41 EST ID:VRGiOgR/ No.389366 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The Babadook. It's one of the best psychological horror movies I've ever seen.
You definitely need to watch more psychological horrors, The Babadook isn't even that good as a horror, let alone psychological. It's okay but that's it.
Francine Smith - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 15:05:08 EST ID:vnd6uMxk No.389372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I felt the Babadook was absolutely awful. It's pretty much two movies. The first half is an extremely boring family drama and the second is an extremely boring horror short. Rather than having any character development, the two main characters abruptly change their entire personalities in a single moment about halfway through the movie. The first (drama) half of the film has absolutely no bearing at all on the latter horror portion of the film, you could screen each half of the film separately and lose nothing except the time you wasted watching two shitty short films.
Sam Weir - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 15:58:57 EST ID:1FiOUFia No.389376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched this Turkish horror movie, Baskin, last night. I was very impressed, it started stronger than it finished but it was still good
Ross Geller - Sun, 08 Oct 2017 16:40:49 EST ID:7MJAX2Qy No.389378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You might like some Cronenberg films
Jerry Seinfeld - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 00:10:46 EST ID:wxv6rtB5 No.389396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah I can agree with this. The Badadook has been hyped up to me as one of the best/scariest horror films of the current generation and it...wasn't that at all. It just felt so flat to me. It had more unintentional comedy moments than scary moments, and I'm not saying that in an edgy "I laugh at dark/fucked up things" way, it was just like that.
Benecio del Toro - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 00:26:55 EST ID:n4DJ2WeG No.389397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not a film but I highly recommend Channel Zero.
Season 2 for crazy mindfuckery. Season 1 for corny Stephen King campy kinda feel.
Tony Soprano - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 05:05:57 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.389406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Baby's first psych horror.

It'd be better if it wasn't so ham-fisted. Like Mother! with less obvious exposition-feeding.
Peter Bishop - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 06:03:33 EST ID:7MJAX2Qy No.389407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
IMO, people over-hyped it because it was refreshing amongst the swaths of jump-scares and shitty remakes.
Rowan Atkinson - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 06:38:09 EST ID:E68/YwmT No.389410 Report Quick Reply
>It had more unintentional comedy moments than scary moments, and I'm not saying that in an edgy "I laugh at dark/fucked up things" way, it was just like that.
When I first saw it, I assumed it was intended as a black-comedy. WHen the mom yells at her kid "Why don't you eat shit?" i fucking died with lulz.
Dr. Dick Solomon - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 18:14:43 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.389435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought this was a kind of good, only somewhat hackneyed film at first. It's big problem for me was I was immediately rooting for the protagonist's death the moment she kept the mentally ill homeless man locked in the haunted cell with the murder cultist ghosts. Did not give a fuck what happened to her from that point on, all tension vanished.
Lindsey Wagner - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 20:30:15 EST ID:AJZCLHKx No.389439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
4 years ago this board had a thriving community of daily posters... the movie and TV threads were full of life and original ideas and content. Around October of that time the "bump while watching movie" thread was full of original stuff.. for my moeny some of the best discussion on the web.

It's a shame the board has died as it has. I appreciate you Op for this thread and everyone for posting. I'm jsut an old user coming here and feeling sorry for myself and about the state of things. Coming here to discuss films and modern TV (but mostly movies) was a memorable part of my life back then. Shoutout to any current browsers who remember that time with a positive inflection. Happy halloween and dig deep into those horror archives - particularly those before the year 2000
Louis C.K. - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 21:04:14 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.389440 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thanks for your great contribution and whole hearted attempt at revitalizing this community.

Watch Pandorum for crazy space horror reminiscent of The Descent.
Summer Glau - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 02:37:49 EST ID:bytHZHsp No.389446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>tfw pre-chiggs gud time unorganized fun will never be recreated because the autism is weapons grade now
Alucard - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 02:47:45 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>thriving community of daily posters

Nigga, 4 years ago this board was even slower than it is now. What are you even doing with this off topic nostalgia tripping?

Back on topic, The Devil's Candy was pretty good in kind of a B movie way.
Commander John J Adams - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 04:55:24 EST ID:yCbubIFw No.389454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You're a tourist in your own youth.
Simon Bellamy - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 22:17:17 EST ID:AJZCLHKx No.389481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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you get it

I've been watching the Puppet Master series, great direct-to-VHS stuff from the late 80s to early 90s. I somehow missed these as a kid, probably because they were rated R on the VHS rental rack.
Syndey Bristow - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 22:28:21 EST ID:uMQLuiiB No.389482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So, what's it about?
Rachael - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 23:26:03 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.389484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The puppets turn on their creator in Puppet Master 2
>They're friends again come the 3rd movie

Lois Lane - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 23:29:51 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.389485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Post good psychological horrors.
I can't think of any good ones that come to mind but I want something new to watch.
Lois Lane - Tue, 10 Oct 2017 23:33:05 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.389486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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also, this >>389481 is bad

Watching American Werewolf in London
Syndey Bristow - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 01:49:17 EST ID:uMQLuiiB No.389487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Jacob's Ladder was pretty good.
Sergio Leone - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 02:00:47 EST ID:sz+dQ+WH No.389488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have I mentioned Frankenstein's Army here yet?

Solid newer B-movie. Good story and action. Some humor tossed around, everything you want out of a slasher really, set pieces are awesome and the First Person perspective adds a lot
Claudia Christian - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 05:17:48 EST ID:PPBdRS2a No.389489 Ignore Report Quick Reply

You need to be told what the Babadook was about? The entire film was a metaphor for grief. The woman lost her husband in a car accident on the day she gave birth to their son — 7 year later, the anniversary of her husband's death and son's birth is approaching. The child is developmentally challenged, so that makes life tough but to make things worse, he opens the locked basement where all the husband's possessions were hidden because of the painful reminder. The Babadook is unleashed from that point forward, a representation of grief. They end up going to the doctor's in order to get drugs to calm their mind and body, but the drugs just make her more vulnerable b/c she isn't experiencing some chemical imbalance, she's the victim of emotional trauma that's been hidden away and unconfronted for years. She does end up confronting it, with the help of her kid who shows her love, and in the film's end she puts the Babadook back in the basement — only now she's learned that she needs to take care of her grief or else it will consume her again. As the common saying goes "You never get over losing someone, you learn to live with it." The Babadook is what happens when you never learn to live with your loss and just hide it away — it festers and grows into a monster that swallows you whole, lashing out at the people around you. And as a child, it can be terrifying to see your parents fall into such dark places.
Ninja Ninja - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 10:19:05 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.389495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
While I don't really mind this explanation, to me it's just a dumb entertaining monster movie.
Myka Bering - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 12:20:58 EST ID:bV6mrT+1 No.389497 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The babadook was in her head the entire time, she is a children's author.
Myrcella Baratheon - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 13:45:30 EST ID:vAA7SLoW No.389500 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Apparently they made a remake. I got one of those e-mails for test screenings for the new one but I couldn't go. I wonder if it's as terrible as the Poltergeist remake.
Bill Cosby - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 14:10:53 EST ID:cpQu1mMj No.389503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks like they made it and it sounds awful.

They literally seem to have just remade it. Not even updated it to the current wars (pick one, we have like 6 we are involved in...) They could have easily done something with that instead of being uber-lazy and going "Gus VanSant's Psycho," on us.
Scott Summers - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 18:42:38 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.389517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So someone somewhere on this board recommended Cult of Chucky, which was way, way better than it had any right to be, and now I'm on a Chucky bender. Last night I watched Bride of Chucky, which was quite fun and clever for what it was, and right now I'm having the time of my life with a beer, my vape and Seed of Chucky, which halfway through is already just completely fucking bananas and has cameos from everyone from John Waters to Britney Spears.

Curse of Chucky, which was released direct to dvd prior to Cult of Chucky, is also supposed to be extremely good. Weird that of all the old slasher franchises, Chucky's the one doing better than ever with critics.
Michael Mann - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 19:12:18 EST ID:1VnjbDoP No.389518 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The VVitch.

It's about a vvitch.

It's very good. Very creepy and unsettling.
Gaear Grimsrud - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 19:45:29 EST ID:abF8hdEu No.389522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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That spoiler made me chuckle; thanks Michael.
Ice King - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 03:07:20 EST ID:unKDynNP No.389534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Every horror thread, I immediately recommend The Descent. Best modern horror imo (but watch the original UK release).

If you've never seen it, An American Werewolf in London just for dat transformation scene alone.

Jacob's Ladder.
Bram Stoker's Dracula.
The Orphan is cool for its twist.
The Orphanage. (It's in Spanish cuz Guillermo Del Toro)
On that note, Mama is not that bad, but it blows its load too soon with the monster.
Any Japanese horror that was Americanized (obviously watch the Japanese film).
Jailbot - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 03:29:57 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The VVitch vvas avvesome.
Badger - Thu, 12 Oct 2017 21:43:09 EST ID:9WwN1CLZ No.389573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No one has mentioned Halloween. I was going to make this a troll post about the remake, but no, Halloween deserves better than that.
Michael Mann - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 04:12:14 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.389588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The remake wasn't completely awful, just very clearly made by an emo douche who identified waaaay too much with the killer.

The Friday the 13th remake is underrated, though. Human Jason setting traps and shit.
Dr. Thaddeus Venture - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 04:48:11 EST ID:ePw6/ZuO No.389589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've recommended this a few times around here, one more won't hurt.

Near Dark (1987)
Great vampire movie. Came out the same year as The Lost Boys and is overlooked because of that. I think this is a better movie than The Lost Boys. It's more serious in tone and I think its vampire rules are applied in a much better and much more meaningful way than they are in Lost Boys. Decent story (especially the first half), solid performances, and it's just a memorable movie.
Christopher Lee - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 06:54:10 EST ID:1LUlzS1I No.389591 Ignore Report Quick Reply
honestly Zombie's Halloween 2 is pretty good if you're not one of those people who gets offended when somebody actually tries to do something different with a remake
Brian Griffin - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 13:08:36 EST ID:OnACC6Ao No.389606 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Are the Cube sequels worth watching? I just saw they were added to netflix.
Tornado Shanks - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 13:30:07 EST ID:cpQu1mMj No.389607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Near Dark really set the tone for things like Vampires and other flicks that followed. More so than Lost Boys, although they share some ascetics. And a lot of people went on to fame from that one. Bill Paxton and Lance Henriksen in particular. Kathryn Bigelow was I think a producer too.
Commander Louanne Katraine - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 15:30:53 EST ID:pxdtZz20 No.389612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
From a comedy standpoint yes
They get more and more ridiculous with each sequel
Gandalf - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 15:49:42 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.389613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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What's the verdict on the Wishmaster movies?
Tim Heidecker - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 17:06:11 EST ID:Y56iC8R9 No.389618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Campy Hellraisier imo. They are fun and the Dijinn Makeup was cool for its time.
Happy Gilmore - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 18:14:57 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.389625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>campy hellraiser

That's enough for me. I know what I'm watching tonight.
George Clooney - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 19:42:09 EST ID:vnd6uMxk No.389629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All four movies are absolutely amazing. Gory, ridiculous, and exciting.
Howard Moon - Sat, 14 Oct 2017 09:20:55 EST ID:ePw6/ZuO No.389654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I agree, it's good stuff. Lance Henriksen in particular was great in that movie.
Howard Moon - Sat, 14 Oct 2017 09:26:29 EST ID:ePw6/ZuO No.389655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Curse of Chucky, which was released direct to dvd prior to Cult of Chucky, is also supposed to be extremely good.

Curse of Chucky isn't a bad movie at all, wouldn't say extremely good though. It hits a good tone and overall it works, but Chucky's design in it really, really bothers me. I mean look at this he looks like shit.
Daniel Radcliffe - Sat, 14 Oct 2017 10:13:18 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.389658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched it last night.

Not amazing, but very very solid for a straight to dvd slasher sequel. I thought the protagonist being in a wheel chair was a great way of making her survival part of her inner conflict. Chucky did look a bit off at times, but I ultimately I was able to overlook it after it turned out he was covered in rubber, and the stitched-together face underneath was much better.

Chucky films ranked according to my personal preference:

  1. Bride of Chucky
  2. Child's Play
  3. Cult of CHucky
  4. Curse of Chucky
  5. Child's Play 2
  6. Seed of Chucky
  7. Child's Play 3
Montgomery Scott - Sat, 14 Oct 2017 11:31:05 EST ID:Kgxd2qyJ No.389662 Report Quick Reply
The wheelchair was too unbelievable for me. In Cult, she literally slashes her wrists, then chucky sews the wounds shut and she is back to pumping away at her wheelchair the next day while running for her life. You cant pump a wheelchair with any real speed the day after slashing ur wrist lol, her stitches would open and she'd bleed out again. Sorry if thats a super autismal nitpick
David Cronenberg - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 02:51:29 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.389694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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How about horror movies that are over the top in gore and very campy while not being particularly scary? Scary, but not like haunt your dreams scary.
Those are my favorite.
Jean-Baptiste Emanual Zorg - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 02:56:32 EST ID:Y56iC8R9 No.389695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Peter Jackson's Deadalive (Braindead) comes to mind.
Slab Squatthrust - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 03:38:39 EST ID:x7Mc3Mwx No.389697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Don't judge it too harshly on first viewing the way I did. I gave my ex a lot of shit for suggesting this as one of her favorite movies but after viewing it again years later on my own I realized the existential themes I'd missed.
David Cronenberg - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 05:52:27 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.389698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched It Follows.
This movie really made me want to jerk off but I feel like I will feel guilty afterwards.
Tom Hanks - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 07:57:38 EST ID:eFm6pBPl No.389700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Pic related is one of the best horror movies I saw lately. The original French title is Grave.

To stay with zombie movies, I really enjoyed "The Girl With All The Gifts" and "I Am a Hero" (although the last part of the movie is boring because too conventional).

I remember watching this movie with my father and feeling really embarassed for making lose his time with this piece of shit.
Dr. Girlfriend - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 08:23:22 EST ID:juZRUyNj No.389701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Huh, I didn't even know I am a Hero had a movie adaption.
Edward Morgan Blake - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 21:40:24 EST ID:ikrdaT5J No.389722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ive said it before and ill say it again. i cannot believe so many people liked the descent. the ending made me and all of my friends rage pretty hard.
Lysa Arryn - Sun, 15 Oct 2017 22:40:49 EST ID:Jc8tT24w No.389723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The first one was fine. The sequel negated anything the first one did though.

It's like if The Mist had a sequel and it starts off with showing that he missed all his shots and everyone was alive
Jonah Hill - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 01:36:12 EST ID:YEKwj4TD No.389725 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I liked the spelunking stuff, but good fuck did it get boring and shitty when the cave cannibals showed up
Count Orlok - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 02:48:23 EST ID:W+gh24/o No.389726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Imo Pandorum did it better.
Its overall theme is very similar just set IN SPACE.
Very cool movie.
Bonnie Barstow - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 18:59:38 EST ID:oXbmUFrq No.389737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Night of the Demons is my Halloween movie every year.

>Ten teenagers party at an abandoned funeral parlor on Halloween night. When an evil force awakens, demonic spirits keep them from leaving.

It has a pretty good pace and the characters have character.
Danny Boyle - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 20:17:10 EST ID:e9ce/GGq No.389739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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They've made a 4k scan out of it and it's out on some cinemas now. They are also remaking it.
Guinevere MacReady - Tue, 17 Oct 2017 15:02:36 EST ID:R1hDWhnn No.389777 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Dario Argento has some really sweet movies. Profundo Rosso is another great film of his. That one in particular is great for stylistically focusing on the murder's leather gloves and people getting killed not with daggers or bullets, but in ways the general audience might have experienced on a lesser level, like banging your head around the house or scalding water...

...and that creepy doll

Joss Whedon - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 01:17:56 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.389791 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pretty much everything Argento made in the 70s is worth a watch if you like stylistic shots of black leather gloves killing people.

Along with Suspiria and Deep Red I think The Bird with the Crystal Plumage and Tenebrae are his best. Inferno is a favorite of mine too.
Jean-luc Godard - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 02:01:29 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.389793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm sorry you and your father have horrible taste :(
Gaius Baltar - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 03:24:49 EST ID:Vna6N7+a No.389794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nah, the JDATE movie was a piece of shit, and this is coming from someone who loves the books, and used to read Pointless Waste of Time religiously. I still miss the fuck out of that site, and am sad that so many of the articles were destroyed when they got absorbed into the asshole of Cracked.

Also I just learned that the third book in the series came out this month (pic related), so off to Amazon I go.
Malcom Reynolds - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 06:36:17 EST ID:Kgxd2qyJ No.389796 Report Quick Reply
I read that new book. I disliked This Book Is Full Of Spiders and found this new book a big step up.
Lysa Arryn - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 10:27:34 EST ID:qwI2ln4F No.389799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, JDATE never struck me as particularly well-suited for a movie adaptation so it's not surprising it turned out that way.

Futuristic Violence And Fancy Suits seems like a much better fit for a film narrative. Plus it's a pretty good satirical deconstruction of the conceits of superhero blockbusters which is obviously very relevant these days. I would really love to see a competent filmmaker try to bring that novel to the big screen.
Mickey Smith - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 15:38:24 EST ID:cpQu1mMj No.389805 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Started reading this thread and was like, "Why is everyone talking about a Jewish dating site?"
Seth Cohen - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 16:03:03 EST ID:OnACC6Ao No.389808 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah I was thinking there would be a great premise for a horror film there. The jews should get on that one.
Rufus - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 23:05:28 EST ID:RUKiwDB1 No.389829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I get a lot of anxiety from thinking about my [mental] illnesses and the health problems I had growing up, and doesn't help that I have absolute no control of coming up with the worst possible outcomes in my manic intrusive thoughts from how I look to how things may possibly actually be as I'm so deep in my outlook from being in my head so constantly; and the absolute thought that I could create something as hopeless and defenseless as a baby, a human being, with as many sickly illnesses that have plagued me through my life or something worse; Eraserhead is one of the spookiest 'horror' movies I know
Dexter Morgan - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 07:10:37 EST ID:nFXwZMzc No.389842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The soundtrack by Goblin is also worth listening to. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkZ2rdbDHM4
Stephen Colbert - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 04:06:48 EST ID:wxv6rtB5 No.389930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Has anyone seen Kuso yet?
Rectangular Businessman - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 04:19:38 EST ID:RoJKB15f No.389931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I saw the first 5 minutes and haven't managed to bring myself to get to minute 6.
Sharon Stone - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 04:48:22 EST ID:vAA7SLoW No.389935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>a film by steve

Our boy has grown up so fast.
Halloweeeeen2017 - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 18:34:12 EST ID:GUwSiqSg No.390193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are the SAW movies scary?

>Sees Se7en again. Mmmm.. Morgan Freeman...
Napoleon Dynamite - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 19:18:05 EST ID:8soux3Rt No.390196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They're not exactly scary. I'd say they are more in the horror thriller category. Imo they're all really good though. Kinda cathartic and the writing and continuity between movies is pretty damn good.
Eddie Murphy - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 19:50:43 EST ID:xwcyc1qY No.390197 Report Quick Reply
The first scared me, the rest were more like a soap opera of people fighting to be the new Jigsaw and killing the competition with crazy games and twists upon twists. Also, the Linkin Park guy who killed himself IRL kills himself in a Saw trap in Saw 7
James Cromwell - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 23:22:18 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.390201 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I watched From Beyond earlier today even though I saw it before, because it was mentioned on a recent RLM episode. Great cheesy movie, but not bad cheese, good cheese.

A mad scientist trying to open a doorway to the beyond succeeds one night, his assistant realizes the danger and flees when the scientist is killed by a creature. He is arrested and blamed for the murder. A female doctor comes to the assistants aid, for her own research purposes. They return to the house...and the machine that opens the doorway to find that there is more waiting for them than they bargained for -FROM BEYOND!


Sorry for double post forgot pic. Pls delete original post.
Mothra - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 01:57:44 EST ID:1YDFdB4B No.390247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
happy halloween everyone!
Gene Wilder - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 02:57:14 EST ID:bytHZHsp No.390248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>October 29th
...I mean you get a C for trying
Sterling Archer - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 06:47:16 EST ID:xr7v2JfW No.390252 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Lovecraft tale tis based on fucked me up for life, but the movie was just a zany Hellraiser-ripoff fun romp. In the original story, the main character discovers that all wind is actually just swarms of invisible jellyfish slobbering their tentacles on you as they pass, this concept still gets to me on windy days. Movie skipped that aspect, if memory serves.
Ryan Gosling - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 13:48:13 EST ID:zGt5xazT No.390261 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I remember watching this on TNT's Monstervision when I was a little kid. Despite being censored, that movie is still some very fucked-up shit, One of these days I'll watch it as an adult, but I still vividly remember so much of that crazy movie.
Viserys Targaryen - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 14:19:40 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.390263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fun fact, they're not jellyfish, they're jellyish without a clear form. Even more terrifying imo.
Diana - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 14:31:22 EST ID:E68/YwmT No.390264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Welp, time to close the windows and turn off the ceiling fan. Fuck wind.
Valeris - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 18:37:19 EST ID:E68/YwmT No.390314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just got home from seeing Jigsaw. I'm a huge Saw fan but this one was very meh. If you've seen the old films, you'll probably figure out the twists and be able to spot who the killer is out of the motley crew of new characters.

Saw power rankings: 1>4>6>2>7>3>8>5
that places Jigsaw as the 2nd worst one yet. Dag. ALso, I can handle the plot being predictable as long as the deaths and violence is good. The traps were dumb and had no thought put into them. I gauranfuckingtee I could have written a better Saw script than this.

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