I don't know. The Corpse Bride is about as scary as I like to get. :/
Was that even meant to be scary?
R.I.P Chef for realz this time
( chef joined the sith so why don't you?)
R.I.P Billy Bonka
M00ndragon69 wrote:I have seen Audition..I remember, when I first heard of it..There was this thing on A&E a few years ago around Halloween..100 Scariest movie moments..They were interviewing all these actors and directors about what scenes from which movies were the scariest, and Rob Zombie was on there. He commented on Audition, said it was very disturbing, so I had to see it. And it is Japanese, so that is cool too. It was a while though before my local Hollywood video got a copy of it, but my old roommate ( who isn't so much into horror but loves anything Japanese) and I rented it..It is pretty good, what is f*cked up though is I found the crazy chick hot..LOL..
Wow if Rob Zombie thought it was disturbing it has to be
messed up, especially after seeing The Devils Rejects
and how much more sadistic he made The Family since House of a thousand corpses. But I am starting to miss the old psychological aspect of horror one of the few titles that
may have promise is Phantasmagoria the life of Lewis Caroll apparently it's supposed to be written directed and starring Marilyn Manson. While we are on the topic of musicians turned directors & ect.
RideTheLightning wrote:The Shining. Tha motherfucking Shining
Thank You. One of the best of all time.
Nacho Cerda directed all 3 shorts on this dvd, and they certainly are worth it.
For gorewhores, Aftermath is a must see, dealing with a Mortician working on a woman's body....I can't describe what happens here, but it truly is a "venting" movie. Not a word is spoken from the characters, and not a word will be spoken from you while the credits role, that's for sure.
But Genesis has a more 'artsy' tone, and really touches on an extremely emotional chill, leaving you with a more depressing feeling rather than shocks. I don't want to say any details, because part of the experience is exploring the story on your own.
Yeah I am a pretty big Devil's Rejects fan..Infact I used to post on the official board for that movie years ago..LOL..Back then, I was absent from this board for a few months, but on the Rejects board I made some cool friends, most of which I still talk to all the time.
Psychological horror films are one of my favorites, Jacobs Ladder being on top, next to Session 9.
As for horror comedy, Night of the Creeps is the best, along with Return of the Living Dead and Re-animator!.....I recommend giving these a chance, regardless if they're "old".
I remember watching Devils Rejects and laughing for the first 5 minutes, simply just because of the '10 F-bombs per second' Zombie is now known for. But it was still an enjoyable movie, one that still made me root for the 'good guy' in the end, though. I was both sad yet grateful to witness it, because I both loved and hated the main characters.
Oh and I met Bill Moseley a few months ago, too He signed my Ohgr CD!
However that's where my Zombie-love ends...Halloween and H2 were painful to watch....although maybe that was the whole point O.o
at what I saw for a pg-13 horror film (normally I find the majority of pg-13 horror to be crap) but the choice to use the
lamia (even though it didn't quite appear as it does in mythology or act as it is traditionally did in the myths) it was nice to see some folklore used that isn't normally seen.
After waching The Grudge I have a phobia of creaking floors and the dark :/
The moral of this story is: never talk to muffin trees.
I was wondering if that was any good? I enjoyed his reimaging
of the first one and thought it wrapped the series if not the film
up well on its own.
I finally got around to renting The Butcher it wasn't much in terms of story but worth renting if you're a gore hound but it just seemed t me like it was trying to pay tribute to some of great horror classics rather than tell a story (that doesn't mean it doesn't have its moments) But if I had to describe it, it was a
combination of REC. and Hostel.
Horror fans seem to have strong opinions about the Halloween franchise. I like most of the films, even Halloween three. But the two that I hate are Halloween 420, and Halloween Reserection.. I couldn't even finish watching Halloween Reserection, I hated it that much.
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