- Dawn of the Dead (real one)
- Day of the Dead
- 28 Days Later
- A Nightmare on Elm St.
- The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (real one)
- The Evil Dead
- The Omen (real one)
ofcourse everybody has seen all of these classics..........but if somebody hadn't, those would probably be the first 10 films on a long list of required viewing.
once the obvious were out of the way, I'd have 'em start on...
- The Ugly
- Henry : Portrait of a Serial Killer
- The Descent
- The Shining
- The Changeling
and the list would go on and on from there...........
Nightmare on Elm Street
American Werewolf in London
night of the living dead (tony todd version)
Evil dead 2
The Thing (carpenter version)
Eyes without a face
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I agree with most of your list, except for High Tension (which I thought was HIGHLY overrated) and Underworld (you gotta be f**king kidding me, right?)
As for some of the crap some of these other jokers would recommend, I gotta wonder what the hell they've been smoking?!? I mean "The Grudge", "Cabin Fever", "Leprechaun", "Angel Heart", "The Ugly"..... just to name a few....Ugghhh!!! WTF???
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Last edited by Comicbook_kid on Dec 1st, 2007 at 06:28 AM
1. Night of the living dead (1964)
2. Dawn of the Dead (Original)
3. Halloween (Original)
4. Childs Play
5. Friday the 13th
6. The Shining
7. The Thing (Original)
8. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
9. A Nightmare on Elm Street
Last edited by Neo Darkhalen on Dec 1st, 2007 at 11:46 AM
1. The Thing (John Carpenter's).
2. Jacob's Ladder
4. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956, although I hear the '78 remake is quite good)
6. Evil Dead
8. Hellraiser 2
9. Night of the Living Dead
10. Nightmare on Elm Street
In no real order
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