Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Bib-Lettuce, Nov 12, 2009.
like horror movies?
yeah i love em
drag me to hell was stupid though
we love zombie movies... which end up being pretty horrific (both in movie genre and overall quality of movie)
Yeah wasn't really a fan, it was interesting though, went back and forth between scary movie-stupid and terrifying. I was looking in the rear-view mirror the entire way home for that old lady. There's quite a few appearing at the movies soon so hopefully will have better luck with those.
Yeah I'd say no genre produces more crap, zombie movies especially but I have a major soft spot for them. A baby sitter of mine once showed me Day of the Dead and I've loved them ever since.
old bitch was creepy ill give you that
Lol, not what I had in mind but I like that too
It was scary enough when Tom Ford left Gucci.
I love the cheesy old horror movies.
Things like Planet Terror, Army of Darkness, Evil Dead 1&2.
Along with more recents like...
Shaun of the Dead, SAW series, etc...
The only movies that have ever somewhat freaked me out was Orphan and Quarantine.
I'm going through a phase for those movies at the moment, going through a bunch of special features on my movies and found a trailer for 2 movies "Í Drink Your Blood / I Eat Your Skin". Looks so stupid, so I have to see it. (Basically a kid takes blood out of road kill with rabbies, injects it into a bunch of pies turning people into zombies)
If you like that you may like Zombieland, same kind of zombie/comedy movie. I like Saw, kind of got over it around 4 but will probably continue to see sequel after sequel, I prefer Hostel even though I admit Saw is higher quality.
Quarantine was quite freaksome, I need to get around to seeing the original (REC)
Oh yea i love horror movies especially when alone.
No i get hell scared out of horror movies. Once in my life saw a horror movie now no more lol.
Sadly, Legion wasn't very scary.
Shutter Island - 6/10. I'd recommend a watch, even if it's just on DVD, some memorable disturbing elements.
It was stupid however I found a lot of it unintentionally hilarious. It's a great movie for a bad movie night!
haha ill give you that
at least i didnt pay to watch it at a theater
thats my comfort
Lol, I paid
Shutter island is a wicked good movie
More psychological thriller than horror though. I was a bit disappointed on that point.
For scary horror films, I go to the french. For example the original film quorantine was based on was very scary. For psychological horror films, I go to the Japanese; The Interview was a scary/freaky ass film.
I hate american style horror for the most part, where the scares are mostly "Boo" or suprise effects.
I was just about to mention the French, namely High Tension, Inside or Martyrs. All very unapologetically brutal. I think REC was Spanish though? That and the sequel were really good, heard they're making a third one.
And I agree with Japanese horror, I really need to see Ringu again. Japanese is more bugs on your skin, while French is a hatchet to the face.
I don't mind American, a few of my favorites are from there.
Not really 'horror' but pretty horrific, just bought Seven, saw it when I was a kid, like 15 years ago or something and wanted to see again. I don't regret my purchase.
...I'm pretty excited about them rebooting Freddy. Called 'A Nightmare On Elm Street', it has a new take on Freddy's personality. I want to hate it, but I fear that it'll be good. We'll see at the end of the month.