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    Horror films

    Lately i have bin whatching alot of unrated horror movies but its starting to bore me can aney one sugjest a new horrer film posably a night mare indusing one and also whats the most skariest film you have ever seen

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    Re: Horror films

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    Why not try cult horror film 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show'. It will induce nightmares, but probably not for the reasons that you're looking for...

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    Re: Horror films

    not what i hade in mind but thanks it seems to be more dirsturbing than scary i whant films whit BLOOD, GUTS, SLASING, ets.

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    Re: Horror films

    Oh my gosh, I remember when my ex boyfriend dragged me to the theaters to go see Silent Hill. That movie was so weird, and horrifying.

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    Re: Horror films

    i think horror films are loosing there touch
    there just aren't any scary movies out there
    though i would recommend that movie unborn
    it might keep you interested if not scared.
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    Re: Horror films

    The Exorcist is highly rated as the top horrifying flick. I preferably don't watch new horror movies, mainly because they focus on gore and really just don't know how to scare anymore. Sad.
    Rosemary's Baby, The Entity, Night of the Living Dead and the Amityville Horror 1 & 2 are good. Even some of the movies that were on Elvira's Movie Macabre were good. A lot of these were on Youtube too.
    The best horror flick with blood and guts are with Vincent Price as Dr. Phibes. And that's saying something, but I normally hate gore flicks, mainly because gore doesn't create horror, it creates disgust. But these are disturbing and entertaining, so check them out.

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    Re: Horror films

    The Cube - several seemingly random selective people navigate a giant cube with several rooms each with a surprise lurking in all of them

    Snow White: A Tale of Terror - basically the rated R version of Snow White with dwarves tall as giants

    Most Boris Karloff films were pretty scary for their time period.

    Dracula II: Ascension - brought to us by Wes Craven. It's loads of horror

    That's all I've got at the moment.
    Good look finding something that is actually scary and not stupid

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    Re: Horror films

    The problem with most slasher films is that they're awful. On top of that most films with a lot of gore and blood aren't scary at all. They're funny.


    Here's a small selection of films which aren't funny (intentionally or otherwise) and tried to combine scary with gore and (almost) got away with it:

    28 Days Later
    Renewed the zombie genre.

    The Descent
    Have fun spelunking after this one. Try to find the one with the original ending though. The US release got a Disney one.

    Audition
    Deceptive classic by Takashi Miike.

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
    Classic and almost impossible to beat in the slasher genre.

    The Mist
    Recent and very well done film based on a Stephen King tale.

    Session 9
    Maybe not all that bloody but a plenty scary take on the classic 'haunted house' formula.

    The Fly
    Another classic about a man slowly turning into...

    Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
    Inspired by a true serial killer.

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