LGBT Any horror fans here?

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  1. Bib-Lettuce

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    camarosrool yes i am

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    like horror movies?

    yeah i love em

    drag me to hell was stupid though
     
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    we love zombie movies... which end up being pretty horrific (both in movie genre and overall quality of movie)
     
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    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.
     
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    camarosrool yes i am

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    old bitch was creepy ill give you that
     
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    Rocky Horror? ;)
     
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    Lol, not what I had in mind but I like that too
     
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    It was scary enough when Tom Ford left Gucci.
     
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    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.
     
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    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)
     
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    Oh yea i love horror movies especially when alone. :p
     
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    No i get hell scared out of horror movies. Once in my life saw a horror movie now no more lol.
     
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    Sadly, Legion wasn't very scary.
     
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    Shutter Island - 6/10. I'd recommend a watch, even if it's just on DVD, some memorable disturbing elements.
     
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    It was stupid however I found a lot of it unintentionally hilarious. It's a great movie for a bad movie night!
     
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    camarosrool yes i am

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    haha ill give you that

    at least i didnt pay to watch it at a theater

    thats my comfort
     
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    Lol, I paid
     
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    Shutter island is a wicked good movie
     
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    More psychological thriller than horror though. I was a bit disappointed on that point.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    ...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.
     

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