Dark Water (2005)Never further investigate your kid's imaginary friendsorStill milking The Ring's success in 2005orLaundry Day...my washing machine screams too
Event Horizon (1997)Sam Neill experiences pain and pleasure, indivisible.
Let the Right One In (2008)Boy meets girl. Girl dismembers boys. Love!
Halloween III: Season Of The Witch (1982, Dir. Tommy Lee Wallace)Psychotic bout of "Got your nose"
Scream 3 (2000) Creed, Jamie Kennedy, voice changer… Ohh My!
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Raising Cain 1992Slightly calmer DePalma about schizophrenic charmer
Don't Look Now (1973):Daughter drowned. Let's have long sex scene.
I know you’re just kidding around, but that’s a gross misrepresentation of the plot! While the passage of time isn’t shown, they don’t have sex for a long time after the drowning, and when they do, it’s because the fortune teller gave the mother hope that her daughter’s spirit lives on in some way.
Yes, you're right with that.
Dead Silence (2007)Want to listen to score on loop.
Hellraiser (1987)Creepiest part: Robert Hines’ blank, expressionless face. OrDark City prequel goes to weird places.
The Skin I Live In (2011)Antonio Banderas speaks Spanish. That is all.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)70s? They do not even really try.
The Lords of Salem (2012) Want spinoff movie about little wrinkly guy.
Halloween (2018)And they say print media is dying.
Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Meyers (1987)Rednecks 'Bonnie & Clyde' gazebo, foreshadowing remake.
Satan's Slaves (2018)Scariest scene: Kids peeing next to well!
Guys, i need you inputI just scored the Dawn Of The Dead blu-ray italian set (only 30$canadian because it's region B), with 3 cuts of the film. Which one is the best? European cut (118min), theatrical cut (127min), or extended cut (139min)There's also the 4K version of the european cut on it, but i don't habe a 4K tv yetMan, i feel i just scored the deal of the yearThanks for you help
I own the DVD set of Dawn of the Dead. You would have to watch the versions to decide what you like best. The main difference among them is that the European cut has most of the satirical scenes cut out.
--Theatrical first (better pacing);--Extended cut (little nuggets of extra gore, but pacing's a little off);--European cut (more Goblin and less library music -no classic "Robot Chicken" end theme song- plus removal of satirical scenes make this a different -not better/worse- version of classic "Dawn").My $0.02. :-)
I wholeheartedly support Vargas assertions.
Thanks, that's what i figured with the googling i did. But i wanted to know from the experts ;)
The Invisible Man (1933)Contender for most subversive Universal horror film.
The Invisible Man Returns (1940)Vincent Price shows his range, not face.
Hellraiser (1987 Dir. Clive Barker)No sorry soul still very much intact
THE MUMMY'S HAND (1940)Documentary about Egyptian archaeology looks completely staged.
1408 (2007)604 less than "2012" yet somehow more.
Lääkekoe (2018, dir. Tapio Kauma & Ville Väisänen)Ancient wizard blood causes hallucinations, murder, boredom.
The Strangers (2007)Should have skipped to Prey at Night.
Frankenstein's Daughter (1958)Acid or flame....Oooo, what a burn!
The Neanderthal Man (1953) - with live riffing by Trace Beaulieu and Frank ConniffPerformances WAY too good for this schlock
Hatchet (2006)Confinedness make feel like TV on cocaine
Halloween II (2009):There's a Blade Runner joke here somewhere.
I Eat Your Skin (1964/1971)Slimy womanizer saves world from zombie hoardsorMonster movies give cancer research bad name
A Bucket of Blood (1959)Julian Burton as Maxwell is comedic gold.Or 1959 me is all about Barboura Morris.
Halloween (2018)It's the Jigsaw of the Halloween franchise
Hereditary (2018)Huge boost to the Paimon wikipedia page.
Tales of Terror (1962, dir. Roger Corman)3 for 1 special on Vincent Price.
Halloween (1978, dir. John Carpenter)Driving lessons. Blackest eyes. Babysitters. Stabbing. Totally.
Halloween (2018, dir. David Gordon Green)But cheating boyfriend walks away stab free?
Seed of Chucky (2004)How much food does Redman really need?
Halloween (1978)The first night he came home again.
28 Weeks Later (2007)Robert Carlyle goes for The Full Zombie.
The Raven (1963)Nicholson's Lorre's son? Mom must've been HOT!
Zombie (1979)WHY DID I WATCH THE EYEBALL SCENE???
The Mist (2007)Religion makes everything worse. Especially bug storms.
Turistas (2006)Not a single robot. Not fucking one.
Exit Humanity (2011)Civil War zombies? Worse than it sounds.
Someone remade Curse of the Cannibal Confederates? Which was a remake of Night of Horror by the same director?
Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)The ending makes me cry every time.
Bloodrunners 2017Chesterfields’ open till 6 ‘n the Mornin’
The Wolfman (1941)Tying Wolfy outside is called "Lawn Chainy"
Phantasm (1979) Still the best movie adaptation of Dune.
Night of the Lepus (1972)Elmer Fudd's got his work cut out.
Final Destination 2 (2003)I always did like playing Mouse Trap.
The Mummy (1932)Imhotep: "I'm not talking slowly, aaaaaammm III?"
The Invisible Man (1933)Cure for shrinky dink first, invisibility later.
Halloween(2018) Got serious Sarah Conner vibes seeing this
The Unholy (1987)Fun rewatch. Very underrated and under-discussed film.
Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman (1943)Lycanthrope seeking Frankenstein for a graveyard smash
Revenge(2017) Damn, there's those Sarah Conner vibes again.
Humanoids from the Deep (1980)Racist only reformed if minority saves life.
Hell Night (1981)Only way to stop him…….Baby Ruth.
Halloween (1978)Smith’s Grove: We let patients drive cars.
Blair Witch 2: Book of ShadowsShould have read Yelp before taking tour.
Friday The 13th Part 2 (1981)No jokes. Kinda blown away. Excellent performances.
Totally agree. My only complaint is the obvious cuts to the kills.
Mr. BoogedyRichard Mauser slits wrists in bathtub *again*?
Monkey Shines (1988)Outlives Mark in Friday the Thirteenth 2
The Island (1980) Dir. Michael RitchieBut I dont wanna be a pirate!
THE WHIP AND THE BODY (1964, dir. Mario Bava)- Gorgeous widescreen version in Double Doses of Horror: Whips and Exorcists on PrimeWonderful cinematography and atmosphere. So-so story.OrSomebody's finding it hard to admit feelings.
...Only so-so story.
Halloween: H20 (1998): My least favorite version of the theme. alsoMy least favorite version of The Shape. also I don't like this one very much.
NIGHTMARE CASTLE (1965)Two Barbara Steeles gets you through tedium.OrAlmost an encyclopedia of Italian gothic horror.
The VVitch (2015)Had to apologize for dialogue at end. orWhen do we discover its actually 2004?
I see what you did there, you hater! :-P
An American Werewolf in Paris (1997)American finds heart to try French cuisine.
Frankenstein (1931)Monster and angry mob completely ruin Oktoberfest
Creepshow (1982)Scream Factory you bunch of magnificent bastards!
Halloween (2018)You fool, you activated my trap house!!!
The Tingler (1959)Castle's wife also "celebrated finding the Tingler"
Suspiria (1977)Luckily Sam's Club had some lighting gels.
Dracula's DaughterAwakening feelings in boys and girls since 1936.
Lords of Salem (2012)She’s a morphophiliac. Sheri Moon. Sheri Moon.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994)Bloody hell, did I buy enough eels?
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)So we're forgetting about the evil makes?
Halloween (2018)Punch bowls of pudding: phone's worst enemy.
The Evil Dead (1982)...launched the career of Sam Raimi's Oldsmobile...
Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed (2004)What are you watching moment: masturbation yoga.
Practical Magic (1998):90s witches plus sisterhood equals fun enough.
Wishmaster (1997)Kane Hodder had a really bad beard.
Creep 2Even serial killers go through midlife crises.
Apostle (2018)Vvitch asthetic with Ravenous weird...and drills.
Frozen (2010)Kane Hodder with a much better beard.
Black Sheep (2006)Ewe never herd of sheep this baa-ad
Dawn of the Dead (1978)Roger didn't have it by the ass.
Ruin Me (2017)Ruined my attempt to watch GOOD movie.
Texas Chainsaw (2013, dir. John Luessenhop)Too unrealistic. Dude cheats on Alexandra Daddario.
Bad Moon (1996)Once again proving that dogs are awesome.
Halloween (2007)Zombie's story behind becoming Your Boogie Man.
[Rec] (2007)Most unrealistic part: camera's battery never died.