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What Was The Last Horror Movie You Watched? Options
icarus201
Posted: Monday, November 05, 2012 9:33:34 AM

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When a Stranger Calls remake.
Man, those babysitters are tough! Just ask Michael Myers.


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Silence of the Lambs and then most of Hannibal, both on blu-ray. Going to restart Hannibal from the beginning.

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The original Child's Play. Still quite the charming little horror flick.

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SEA of FEAR. Yeah, avoid this one.



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Halloween 1 and 2 (originals) back to back.

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Jim wrote:
Chernobyl Diaries


How was it? Haven't seen it yet.

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Halloween 1 and 2 from last week.

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Human Centipede. all i can say is "interesting"

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Nate77 wrote:
Human Centipede. all i can say is "interesting"


Wait until you see Human Centipede II, it makes the first one look like a cartoon.

Nate77
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wickedcomics wrote:
Nate77 wrote:
Human Centipede. all i can say is "interesting"


Wait until you see Human Centipede II, it makes the first one look like a cartoon.


I can't even begin to imagine.

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 with Dennis Hopper, more comedy than horror.

icarus201
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The Sentinel
A weird little mid 70s effort by Michael Winner, who directed the first Death Wish. A haunted house variation with cameos by notables; Ava Gardner, Martin Balsam, John Carradine and Jerry Orbach. I was impressed with the pimp 'tache Chris Sarandon was sporting, this being Movember, but the female lead was so wooden. Probably not a trained actress, but a "model/actress". She was cast as a model, presumably not to stretch her meager talents. One of those films that I couldn't tell if I'd already seen, until a key scene right near the end.


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Dementia5
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Frankenstein - 1931

This film was so ahead of its time. While a fine majority of other actors stammered and hawed in front of the camera, Boris Karloff showed the world how to portray the ultimate, brooding but sympathetic menace (by deliberately stammering and hawing). Not that it's their fault, back then everyone was learning the "acting ropes" without an audience . But there were some that found a way, and those are the performances that are immortal.

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The Bay (2012)

It was ok kinda creepy, still not sure about mutated tounge louses though. Still probably not going to go swimming anytime soon lol.


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Cabin in the Woods

Great movie for horror fans. It's basically a horror fan's love letter to the genre, with a bit of a twist ending.

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KingZombie
Posted: Sunday, November 11, 2012 9:11:53 PM

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Apollo 18

Nice, nice... not thrilling but nice.
Mindfreak
Posted: Monday, November 26, 2012 2:15:30 PM

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Grudge 3. it was...eh.

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A couple of weeks ago I did my annual viewing of Night of The Living Dead (1968).

It's such a masterpiece.

I wish I could have attended the showing of the original Frankenstein movie at my Theater just before Holloween, but I couldn't make it.

It's another of my favorite classics.



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Mindfreak
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The Evil Dead.

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