horror films you love

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14 replies since 7th February 2009 • Last reply 7th February 2009

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You gotta watch Shutter, not the re-make. Watch the Thai version. So freaking creepy!!

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Evil Dead, Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness.

The only Horror movie that ever scared me I can't remember the name of it, I think it was just called "Dolls". But I will forever be afraid of little porclein dolls. **shivers**

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PORCELAIN DOLLS ARE CREEPY
I love the Ring and the Grudge

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I like psychological horrors a lot more than gore fests, but they still have their place in my heart ;)

The Orphanage
Rec (the original spanish version of quarantine)
Let the Right One In (a Swedish film, so good!)

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I watched REC and it kept me in suspense all the time.

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Pyschological horrors are awesome.

I want to see "A Clockwork Orange"

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Clockwork Orange is fantastic Courtney, I highly recommend it.

My favourite Horror movies:

1)The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (considered to be the first horror film, 1920)
2)Nosferatu (the first vampire movie, 1928)
3)Slugs the movie (this holds a special place in my heart all because of its crappy 80sness)
4)The Cube (psychological horror at its finest)
5)Old Boy (Another psychological horror...this will mess you up!)

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The Cube is awesome!! And the Cube 2 Hypercube! haha Where Saw pretty much got a lot of their ideas.

Oldboy is brilliant I really love that film.

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Horror films are my favorite type! I love all the classics...but lately I've been on a search for good newer horrors.
I've been finding a lot on allUC.org!
This one was really good:
"Vacancy"

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I SAW THE CUBE 2 HYPERCUBE WHEN I WAS LIKE....9!

It was possibly the creepiest thing ever, but now I realllly wanna see it again.

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I'm really into zombie movies. Night/dawn/day of the dead,

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zombies

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Let The Right On In ------ THE BEST!

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