-Halloween Series (excluding 3)
-Firday The 13th Series (excluding number 1)
-Behind The Mask: Rise Of Leslie Vernon
-Nightmare On Elm Street
-I Know What You Did Last Summer (First 2)
That's All I got so far!
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Been out of the "scene" for awhile, any recommendations?
Hey folks, I've been busy with school and stuff over the last few years, and honestly I have not bothered watching alot of movies, all I've seen is a couple series. and to be honest I've not seen a proper horror movie for years.
So this other day I just got this urge to see some good horror movies.
But I don't know which once to watch, and im not about to do as I used to back 5 years ago or so, back then I just watched any horror film I could lay my hands on and just hoped it was good, I don't have time for that anymore.
So I am going to ask the proper folks in the KMC horror division for some recommendations
I would like to point out that I do not want any japanese horror movies, it just dosen't do it for me imafraid.
Anything else is very much appriciated, I like anything from sci-fi horror to good ol slashers
So name me some nice horror movies that have come out over the last 2-3 years
P.S It's nice to see your still running these horror boards with passion BF!
I think instead of giving the credit to the remake, people should watch the original first if you haven't seen the original. If you've seen the remake and want to see the original then you don't get the same effect, especially the [SPOILER - highlight to read]: rewind with the remote scene, first time I saw that in the original it made me really really angry that the villains could do that lol. Think the original deserves to have that effect instead of the remake.
Last edited by MildPossession on Jun 18th, 2008 at 10:26 PM
I found the acting was mediocre from all the actors who played the family in the remake compared to the original.
Michael Pitt and his partner(forgotten his name in reality) were good though, but still found the two actors in the original more disturbing, it helped that I had never come across the actors before Funny Games.
I like these threads where we can just come and say names of our most favorite horror movies with no particular reason. I know i always try to out do everyone else's lists. sometimes i feel as though i have succeeded but then some monkey sneaks a title past me that i forgot about.
I think if you are trying to get back into horror. You should watch, the Day of the Dead remake. If you do this you are guaranteed to enjoy the next horror movie you watch, unless of course it is darkness falls. I like to start with shit and work my way to gold. Gold always looks better after staring at shit for a few hours.
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