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Horror Movies (27)


1 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-16 00:51 ID:Sj6SSEfS

What is your favorite horror movies, if any. What kinds do you prefer?

2 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-16 01:10 ID:qmVpaYfF

I pissed my pants watching Ringu! Japanese horror is the best because it features nubile girls and copious amounts of blood.

3 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-16 05:53 ID:Heaven

Shazam.

Have you seen Shaq act?

4 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-19 15:58 ID:Heaven

>>3

LOL No. And I saw Shazam.

5 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-19 16:08 ID:Sj6SSEfS

>>2

Not to dis Japanese horror, but there are other countries which produce horror featuring nubile girls and copious amounts of blood. Hell, America is one of them, and recieves criticism for it from "serious" horror fans who think they are too good for gore and beautiful ladies.

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6 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-19 16:42 ID:RAluptiW

The scariest movie I've ever seen was John Carpenter's "Prince of Darkness." It scared me in the same way Ring did, only much moreso.

I watched PoD in BROAD DAYLIGHT, on an afternoon, with window glare reflecting off the TV screen. That night, in order to sleep, I had to close the bathroom door, close my bedroom door, and leave my closet door open with the closet light on.

7 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-19 21:13 ID:qmVpaYfF

>>5
Can you name some of these good ("good") American horror films? I only know about the notoriously bad ones.

8 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-20 02:54 ID:Sj6SSEfS

>>7

Good depends on what your criteria for an enjoyable horror movie is. If you're criteria is simply nubile ladies and copious amounts of blood, the standard template for a slasher film should suffice, the bloodier, the better. Bloody Murder 2 has a decent quantity of blood, although it has more gore and violence than blood, and more than one attractive female, in varying stages of undress. The plot can leave something to be desired, but plot wasn't listed as a significant criteria.

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9 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-20 02:56 ID:Heaven

>>6

Cool. I'll be certain to pick it up.

10 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-21 05:56 ID:JzoajU4L

>>8

OK. I've never seen an american horror film--- the trailers turn me off-- so donmai with finding obscure ones.

11 Name: SQUISHIE 2005-11-21 19:58 ID:drA48I0d

Hm... I watched this Thai movie called "Shutter." It really scared me, although there was this one part I thought was funny.

A movie I thought was sooo scary that I couldn't watch it during the day was this Chinese film called "The Eye."

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12 Name: Couch Potato 2005-11-23 23:07 ID:ID/BTTuo

None. I've never liked horror movies, and never understood why people like to watch them.

13 Name: Couch Potato 2006-01-11 03:31 ID:p1NQQezR

>>12
I like horror movies and I don't know why I like them or why other people like them. Stephen King once wrote something about horror and comedy being the hardest kinds of liturature to write. I have no idea if it's actually true but I thought of it when considering that my love of horror films is linked to my love of comedies.

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14 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-03-12 04:24 ID:63d7onVy

Best horror: Stanley Kubrick's The Shining (1980), The Ring (2002), Resident Evil (2002), Stephen King's IT (2002)

15 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-03-12 04:25 ID:63d7onVy

^ actually I meant "IT (1990"

16 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-03-21 19:07 ID:bwudgZ6/

The original, b/w "Night of the Living Dead" was awesome. No other zombie movie compares...

17 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-03-21 22:18 ID:u+eBsuic

>>16
Both Dawn of the Dead movies are superior, in my opinion. At least as zombie movies, maybe not as horror.

18 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-04-04 23:05 ID:rSRoehoM

zombies are cool but dawn of the dead was BORING. it wasn't bad enough to be funny, but not good enough to be good.

19 Name: Some Guy!ur6F5gR21E : 2006-04-10 15:39 ID:vUMvbM7A

Anyone from Halifax Nova Scotia know where to get Bloodsucking Freaks. I Google'd for screenshots and it had the most coious amounts of blood and nubile women I have ever witnessed.

20 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-04-11 18:17 ID:mtE00lRV

何ですか

21 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-04-11 18:17 ID:mtE00lRV

何ですか

22 Name: Some Guy!ur6F5gR21E : 2006-04-13 00:55 ID:X6+IN2dP

yaranaika

23 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-05-20 05:00 ID:+XjuQq93

I love Asian Horror. Ive seen A Tale of Two Sisters, Battle Royale, Dark Water, Spider Forest, Grudge 1 and 2, Kairo, Chakushin Ari 1 and 2, Ringu 1, Ringu 2, Rasen, Ringu 0, Suicide Circle, Shutter, Jian Gui 1 and 2, Uzumaki, Audition, Ichi The Killer, Into the Mirror, Dead Friend, Kyua, Three Extremes, Another Heaven, and a few others.

24 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-05-21 23:34 ID:KtT6IZ5K

My faves
Friday the 13th complete series
Nightmare on Elm Street
Night of the Living Dead Trilogy

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25 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-08-12 21:12 ID:DoKrXsw6

Heh, I actually find Asian horrors not scary at all so far. Quite odd, but they really aren't scary. I liked One Missed Call <Chakushin Ari>, becouse it had quite an interesting story. Kairo could have been a bit better - wonder what the remake is going to be like...

26 Name: Couch Potato : 2006-08-22 16:20 ID:ZMKQROXX

I watched The Descent recently (with the original ending). It wasn't SUPER scary (a theatre atmosphere probably would have helped in that department), but it was very interesting. I recommend it.

27 Name: Couch Potato : 2014-09-24 16:22 ID:Heaven

28 days later was good.