Horror Movie Recommendations

Discussion in 'Horror Movies' started by Jude96, Aug 10, 2017.

  1. Jude96

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    I'm a horror fan and kind of in the mood to watch something new... I'm not at all into Rob Zombie type stuff... some gore is ok, but looking for something fun, suspenseful, creepy...

    For reference I enjoyed the original Halloween, Friday 13 series, I Know What You Did Last Summer, things of that nature...any suggestions?
     
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  2. Eric!

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    Try an old school movie- "Phantasm"
    Just the 1st one.
     
  3. tumbling.dice

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    The new It looks good.
     
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    I'll check that one out, thanks!

    And I am already in line ha ha... the original scared the crap out of me as a kid and I read most of the book, maybe the whole thing... I'll have to revisit it
     
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    The Exorcist (1973)
    The Original Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
    Alien (1979)
    Aliens (1986)
    The Ring (2002)
    Friday the 13th (1980)
    Halloween (1978)
    The last House on the Left (2009)
    The Hills Have Eyes (2006)
    I Spit On Your Grave (1978)
    I Spit On Your Grave (2010)






    Hotwater
     
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    I dunno...

    https://youtu.be/YfQnRjkuvaY

    https://youtu.be/XGbB9UQ6r1g
     
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    I have tried to think of some horror movie recommendations, and I have seen many of them.....but I don;t really care for blood and slash them up ones either. I also like more psychological horror films....Of human bondage made a lasting impression on me and came to mind right away.......and I would suggest seeing any of Clive Barker's based movie films. I have not seen any of the movies based on his stories, but I have read all of his stuff...and he is up there with Stephen King, imo.

    wasn't there a black and white film of a guy with a hammerhead or something?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aaqYIKUKaI
     
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  8. Jude96

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you...

    ...is that Maggie in The Boy trailer? Ha ha...

    ... I'll have to invest in some horror experimentation with all of these...

    Muchas Gracias!
     
  9. Noserider

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    I'm only into the old black and white universal monster movies.

    The newer stuff is too much for me. But if you haven't seen the classics and you're curious, I could recommend plenty
     
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    I remember watching the old Wolfman movie when I was a kid... the guy's name was Larry and there was an old gypsey woman...
     
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    "Even a man who is pure of heart
    And says his prayers at night
    May become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms
    And the autumn moon is bright."

    That one was fun, but I think Dracula, Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, and The Invisible Man are the best. Also, Dracula's Daughter if you're curious to see how they got away with lesbian movies in the 30's.
     
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    I saw this movie recently and thought it was pretty good - A Stranger is Calling

    And the whole Paranormal Activity series of movies is crazy scary, imo!
     
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    The conjuring (1 and 2)

    Insidious (all chapters)

    House of a thousand corpses

    Tales from the Hood

    It Follows

    Hostel 1 and 2

    Exorcism of Emily Rose

    The Haunted (not to be confused with The Haunting)

    When a Stranger Calls

    Dead Silence

    Jeepers Creepers

    Pet Cemetery
     
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    Ohhh I forgot how good Pet Semetary was
     
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    Cabin in the Woods was good just because we never saw the twist coming the first time, that it was all part of a long standing process! So cool for a different take
     
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    I hate horror usually; always have. But I remember the "Final Destination" movies being entertaining. I watched with some girl from a rave. We made love at some point with the movie rolling, but I caught the gist of what was going on and found it tolerable.
     
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    Cannibal Holocaust
     
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    So true............

     
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    It was horrible.
     

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