Deamon toys is better than puppet master. FACT!
M00ndragon69 wrote:UnAssumption..If you actually knew much about Stephen King, you would know that he doesn't just write supernatural horror, sci fi and fantasy ( such as The Eyes of the Dragon and the Dark Tower series) you would know he writes horror that is non supernatural too..For instance Misery..That is a pretty f*cking famous novel and movie. King's work kicks ass, and the things about it that are scary do not come from the fact that he writes about supernatural or non supernatural things. It comes from the fact that he is great at creating characters and you actually care about what happens to them in the story.
Had to read "The Eyes of the Dragon" in high school and hated every second of it. Not a fan, that's an entirely different thread.
I've never really been scared by a film or felt the need to be, which might explain why I like my horror funny-bad or good in some other way.
Extra Credit's "where did survival horror games go" makes some interesting points that I think go beyond games.
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I haven't really seen Demonic Toys..And I have only really recently seen Puppet Master after not watching it since I was in 7th grade..I liked it better this, time, because back then, I felt like it was a cheap rip off of Child's Play and back then, Chucky was my favorite horror icon..I still like him, and his wife, but my favorite horror icons are Pinhead and the characters from House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects.
Anyway, I liked Puppet Master better than I thought I would, and I have also seen a movie called Dolls recently..I saw it on Netflix, and I thought it was pretty cool..I liked how it seemed like a dark fairy tale.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Platinum Dunes)
A Nightmare on Elm Street
A Nightmare on Elm Street (Platinum Dunes)
Halloween (Rob Zombie)
Halloween II (Rob Zombie)
Damien: OMEN II
Kubrick's The Shining
The Silence of the Lambs
I Spit on Your Grave
The Amityville Horror
The Devil's Rejects
The Lords of Salem
Chucky was my favorite horror icon..I still like him, and his wife
I understand he's popular, but truth be told, never cared for Chucky or any Child's Play movie.
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