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24th February 2007 11:37  #1

horrorpmp Member Join Date: February 2007 Location: United States Posts: 24
Favorite Horror movie
Whats your guys favorite horror movie.I really dont have 1 becuase I have like 30 horror movie and I love them all.

24th February 2007 12:27  #2

demiscy Member Join Date: April 2006 Location: Cyprus Posts: 589
It must be all the Hellraiser movies with the first 4 my favourite!

24th February 2007 14:38  #3

horrorpmp Member Join Date: February 2007 Location: United States Posts: 24

i didnt like thos 1s an also didnt like the childen of the corn

24th February 2007 20:26  #4

Tigerclaw Member Join Date: November 2005 Location: Canada Posts: 493 Send a message via MSN to Tigerclaw
The Descent is pretty good

24th February 2007 21:14  #5

Cheddar J. Cheese Member Join Date: October 2004 Location: Canada Posts: 1,492
28 Days Later...
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Night of the Living Dead '68
Dawn of the Dead '78
Nosferaru: Eine Symphonie Der Grauens
Das Kabinet Der Dr Caligari
The Birds (please stop the remake, please please please)

25th February 2007 0:12  #6

Dustin Member Join Date: March 2006 Location: United States Posts: 553 Send a message via AIM to Dustin
Halloween, Phantasm, and Evil Dead. 'Nuff said.

25th February 2007 5:41  #7

Bob "the film man" Member Join Date: August 2005 Location: United States Posts: 258
Halloween, by far.

25th February 2007 11:53  #8

horrorpmp Member Join Date: February 2007 Location: United States Posts: 24
Cheddar J. Cheese wrote: 28 Days Later...
that has something to do with amityville right?

25th February 2007 19:05  #9

Cheddar J. Cheese Member Join Date: October 2004 Location: Canada Posts: 1,492
horrorpmp wrote: Cheddar J. Cheese wrote: 28 Days Later...
that has something to do with amityville right?


Ummmm, no...  It's Danny Boyle's "I Am Legend" interpretation. Excellent film. Check it out ASAP.

26th February 2007 4:48  #10

Ravenwood Member Join Date: June 2006 Location: United States Posts: 230
My favourites are all of the classic Universal Horror movies of the 30's and 40's, Nightmare On Elm Street and The Thing remake, but mostly I prefer cheesy monster movies

26th February 2007 12:10  #11

horrorpmp Member Join Date: February 2007 Location: United States Posts: 24
Cheddar J. Cheese wrote: horrorpmp wrote: Cheddar J. Cheese wrote: 28 Days Later...
that has something to do with amityville right?


Ummmm, no...  It's Danny Boyle's "I Am Legend" interpretation. Excellent film. Check it out ASAP.
ok i thought of it because it was 28 day later that  lutz family was in  the amityville house my bad

26th February 2007 21:55  #12

Cheddar J. Cheese Member Join Date: October 2004 Location: Canada Posts: 1,492
We all make mistakes. I apologise if I seemed condescending there. Not my intention.

27th February 2007 0:33  #13

Darren Russell Member Join Date: June 2004 Location: United States Posts: 208
I'd have to agree! Halloween by far, along with The Thing, The Omen, The Exorcist, and Friday the 13th...just to name a few.

27th February 2007 20:54  #14

horrorpmp Member Join Date: February 2007 Location: United States Posts: 24
Bob "the film man" wrote: Halloween, by far. hey is the 3rd halloween good thats the olny 1 i did not c

28th February 2007 1:29  #15

Tony DeFrancisco Senior Member Join Date: July 2005 Location: United States Posts: 2,652
It's not terrible, but if I heard that Silver Shamrock song one more time I was going to break that disc.

28th February 2007 5:02  #16

Dustin Member Join Date: March 2006 Location: United States Posts: 553 Send a message via AIM to Dustin
I really enjoyed the third Halloween, Season of the Witch. Conal Cochran was badass.

1st March 2007 1:51  #17

Darren Russell Member Join Date: June 2004 Location: United States Posts: 208
Dustin wrote: I really enjoyed the third Halloween, Season of the Witch. Conal Cochran was badass.
That was not a good one. The first two remain the best, followed by the Return of Michael Myers. The rest suck.

1st March 2007 22:19  #18

Adrian Senior Member Join Date: September 2005 Location: United States Posts: 1,305
Darren Russell wrote: Dustin wrote: I really enjoyed the third Halloween, Season of the Witch. Conal Cochran was badass.
That was not a good one. The first two remain the best, followed by the Return of Michael Myers. The rest suck.


Part three is not a bad movie, if you can disassociate it from the Halloween franchise as it really has nothing to do with the Michael Meyers storyline.

2nd March 2007 1:34  #19

Dustin Member Join Date: March 2006 Location: United States Posts: 553 Send a message via AIM to Dustin
Halloween III had a certain charm to it; a crazy re-imaginging of Invasion of the Body Snatchers... I dug every moment of it. Of course it sticks out as a Halloween film, but I wish Carpenter would've stuck to his guns and made each sequel after two about something else.

Had he done that, we wouldn't have ended up with Halloweens 5, 6 and 8. Ugh.

6th March 2007 23:12  #20

agentofdoom Member Join Date: March 2007 Location: United States Posts: 56
dawn of the dead '78
day of the dead
the shining
alien
halloween
the exorcist
bram stokers dracula
evil dead
the hills have eyes (og)
zombie 2

7th March 2007 1:33  #21

Darren Russell Member Join Date: June 2004 Location: United States Posts: 208
Adrian wrote: Darren Russell wrote: Dustin wrote: I really enjoyed the third Halloween, Season of the Witch. Conal Cochran was badass.
That was not a good one. The first two remain the best, followed by the Return of Michael Myers. The rest suck.

Quite aware of that.  Still think that it, along with the rest, suck. LOL

Part three is not a bad movie, if you can disassociate it from the Halloween franchise as it really has nothing to do with the Michael Meyers storyline.

7th March 2007 2:12  #22

oilgun Member Join Date: March 2007 Location: Canada Posts: 37
I'm surprised that Carpenter's The Thing hasn't been mentioned yet.  I love that movie!

The Shining was pretty effective.

The Descent is an excellent recent title.

I'm not sure if Open Water qualifies has horror but it sure gave me the creeps.

My all time favourite horror: Rosemary's Baby


17th March 2007 19:09  #23

horror-1428 Member Join Date: March 2007 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 23
HALLOWEEN!!!!!!!!!!
people always say they loves the 2nd one but the best have to be no1 & H20!!!!
there just mint, nd sum other gurrd horrors are...

nighmare on elm street
alien
friday the 13th
people under the stairs
when a stranger calls
scream
...
there so many, i love horrrors!!!!!!!

17th March 2007 19:23  #24

Tony DeFrancisco Senior Member Join Date: July 2005 Location: United States Posts: 2,652
Is this English?

17th March 2007 20:12  #25

Cheddar J. Cheese Member Join Date: October 2004 Location: Canada Posts: 1,492
Seems pretty gurrd to me. Wink

I used to love the classic horrors a lot. I still do, but I hate the genre in general now. There hasn't been 1 decent one that I've seen since "28 Days Later...". It's all the same thing, horny kids die first, then one by one, until the main character survives in the end. And just when they're safe... Boom! A bloody hand comes up! Roll credits.
And then there's the new wave of gore-porn now, so yeah, horror isn't a high point for me lately.

18th March 2007 0:47  #26

Darren Russell Member Join Date: June 2004 Location: United States Posts: 208
Hey Cheddar did you like Madman?

18th March 2007 0:52  #27

Cheddar J. Cheese Member Join Date: October 2004 Location: Canada Posts: 1,492
Can't say that I've seen or heard of it I'm afraid.

18th March 2007 18:23  #28

Darren Russell Member Join Date: June 2004 Location: United States Posts: 208
Cheddar J. Cheese wrote: Can't say that I've seen or heard of it I'm afraid.
What?! You haven't seen Madman? 80s horror flick, counselors in the woods, attacked by crazed farmer who hacked his family to death.  Rent it if you can.  Good 80's horror fun.

19th March 2007 0:42  #29

horrorpmp Member Join Date: February 2007 Location: United States Posts: 24
hey horror1428 how much horror movies do u have? i have 56

19th March 2007 0:59  #30

Mr. Devco Member Join Date: March 2007 Location: United States Posts: 11
Dustin wrote: Halloween, Phantasm, and Evil Dead. 'Nuff said.

what he said
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