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Last Horror/Thriller Film Watched?

Last night I watched Joy Ride 2. Was very surprised.

I have Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer to watch tonight.


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Watched Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The beginning just now, and watched 30 days of night a couple of hours ago.


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Last night I watched The Running Man

"I hope you like the taste of my fist cause im going to ram it into your stomach and rip out your god damn spine!"


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Man, you really can't beat the first, love it love it


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Midnight Meat train.

worth checking out


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Wolf

did'nt really do much for me.


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Mirrors, remake of Into The Mirror - Korean original is superior, remake was terrible.

Welcome to the Jungle - Light version of Cannibal Holocaust type films with shitty camera work... rubbish, but some creepy scenes when they begin to see the cannibals following them at the sides of the river they are floating down.

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Just watched the amityville horror, not bad.

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Wolf

did'nt really do much for me.


I think Jack is more frightening in real life than in the movie.... not that he's not scary in the movie.


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I watched Christopher Nolan's remake of the Norwegian film Insomnia last night. The one with Al Pacino, Robbin Williams, and Hillary Swank. Decent thriller.


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One of the decent remakes, original is good too.

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The Devil's Backbone. Good film. I love Guillermo Del Toro.


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Just watched The Strangers.

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The Devil's Backbone. Good film. I love Guillermo Del Toro.


Someone just recommended that, I'll watch it tomorrow.


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Went and saw Eagle Eye last night. I liked Disturbia and this guys 2nd film was just as enjoyable.

Great action/thriller film.


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Also got The Midnight Meat Train and Feast II to watch tonight.


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Can we stick to HORROR, and horror/thriller mix. Eagle Eye, and Disturbia hardly count for the horror board. That is for the main film board.

Watched part of The Guardian last night.

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28 weeks later. extremely good, havent saw a good zombie movie for a while. little distrubing when husband gouges his wifes eyeballs out with his thumbs.

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Just watched Secret Window and Lawnmower man

Gonna check out a couple of more stephen king classics before bed.

Btw, has anyone seen silent scream or perfect creature?


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Not Silent Scream, but have seen Perfect Creature. It's nothing special actually imo, but it's still worth seeing. It was a good idea but the final creation was mediocre. Could have been so much more.

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Watched Demolition Man last night. And got Taken to watch tonight.

Feast II was pathetic. Midnight Meat Train was pretty fu#king cool


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Can we stick to HORROR, and horror/thriller mix. Eagle Eye, and Disturbia hardly count for the horror board. That is for the main film board.


Disturbia and Eagle Eye are both thriller films and this topic is the last Horror/Thriller film watched so I'm pretty sure they are fine to stay in this topic.


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