Best horror films for Halloween?

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    Oct 27, 2013 7:58 PM GMT
    What are your favourites?

    1) nightmare on elm street
    2)the exorcist
    3) Dracula ( frank langella version )
    4) Scream
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    Oct 27, 2013 11:17 PM GMT
    - Carrie
    - Poltergeist
    - Halloweentown is juvenile but fun
    - Hocus Pocus is my favorite
    - Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein is classic
    - The Addams Family movies are hot stuff


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    Oct 27, 2013 11:23 PM GMT
    Poor Sarah. She was so close to safety


  • skrudrvr

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    Oct 28, 2013 12:17 AM GMT
    1. The Wolfman - the original
    2. The Exocist
    3. The Bride of Frankenstein
    4. The Changeling
    5. Paranormal Activity
    6. Dracula - with Frank Langella, Lawrence Olivier and Donald Pleasance - the screw up the story but it's visually stunning
    7. Let Me In or Let the Right One In
    8. Night of the Living Dead - the original
    9. Halloween
    10. Insidious

    Not in order of my favorites and I could go on and on but all good. Horror is my favorite genre.

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    Oct 28, 2013 12:38 AM GMT
    Halloween

    Rosemary's Baby

    The Shining

    The Exorcist

    Amityville Horror
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    Oct 28, 2013 1:14 AM GMT
    My DVD collection keeps growing:

    The Exorcist

    Halloween. The first horror movie I saw as a kid, and I could;t sleep with the closet door open-for over a MONTH.

    The Shining

    The Changeling was freaky as shit when I saw it as a kid.

    The Sentinel

    The Haunting. The original version.

    I just downloaded The Conjuring. It's real good!

    The Others

    The Fog.
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    Oct 28, 2013 1:26 AM GMT
    Happy Halloween!!!! Last month i watched the conjuring... it's not that scary if you have friends to watch with you ... otherwise, Inspired by a true story, that alone is scarr... rry! icon_eek.gif
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    Oct 28, 2013 1:40 AM GMT
    The most hysterical and strange movie we watched in college at every halloween party was "Dead Alive" - a horribly bad horror-comedy directed by Peter Jackson, of all people.

    The most notable scene was when the giant zombie mother screams "Nobody loves you like your Mother!!" and tentacles reach out of her vag and pulls her devoted zombie-fighting son back inside of her.

    Pure genius.
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    Oct 28, 2013 1:47 AM GMT
    Insidious (thriller)
    Insidious 2 (thriller)
    Sinister (mind fucking horror)
    The Conjuring (horror)

    Watch them<3
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    Oct 28, 2013 2:10 AM GMT
    Alien
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    Oct 28, 2013 2:59 AM GMT
    Rosemary's Baby
    The Shining
    The Exorcist
    The Hills have Eyes. Rob Zombie
    The Omen
    Blair Witch
    The Ring
    Dead Silence
    and so many more. I love all the horror movies AMC is playing all the time. Thats the best part of Halloween. My fav movie genre'. icon_twisted.gif
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    Oct 28, 2013 3:00 AM GMT
    fantasia
  • bischero

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    Oct 28, 2013 4:46 AM GMT
    The Fog.

    Halloween and Halloween 2 (the John Carpenter ones).

    Exorcisms of Emily Rose.
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    Oct 28, 2013 4:49 AM GMT
    Hands down, Suspiria.

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    Oct 28, 2013 6:31 AM GMT
    Cabin in the Woods!
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    Oct 28, 2013 12:26 PM GMT
    The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad.

    I really love the Sleepy Hollow part of this Disney classic. Bing Crosby's narration, the animation, the humor, Ichabod's trek through the dark woods, his frenzied race away from a terrifying headless horseman and an ending that is ambiguous. It scared me when I was a kid and it holds up very well now.
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    Oct 28, 2013 1:53 PM GMT
    Suspiria
    The Descent
    Phantasm
    Dawn of the Dead ('7icon_cool.gif
    The Conjuring
    28 Days Later
    The Exorcist
    The Haunting ('63)
    Zombie (Lucio Fulci)
    Alien
    Halloween
    Black Sunday
    Don't Be Afraid of the Dark ('73)
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    Oct 28, 2013 2:21 PM GMT
    'pornography'--a gay horror/thriller from 2009.

    yeah, it's a bad movie, but it is totally on par with scream, friday the 13th, 8mm, saw, and a slew of other good/bad straight horror movies.
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    Oct 28, 2013 4:18 PM GMT

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    Oct 28, 2013 4:22 PM GMT
    The ways all Hollywood movies are being made nowadays; I want to just read horror books; either by myself, or to someone else who is easily frightened. Living for that build up of musically accentuated over dramatized "Boo!" bores me. Popcorn is a good excuse to pay $20 a person.
  • BlackRussian1...

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    Oct 28, 2013 4:26 PM GMT
    Halloween (original)
    Halloween II (Rob Zombie version)
    Hellraiser
    The Exorcist
    Cruising
    The Thing (Carpenter version)
    The Devil's Backbone
    Psycho
    Suspiria
    Night of the Living Dead
    The Mummy (original version)
    The Haunting (original)

    And if you really want to be hardcore:
    Salo.
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    Oct 28, 2013 4:37 PM GMT


    With Nancy *shudder* Davis (Reagan).
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    Oct 28, 2013 4:40 PM GMT
    _JRQ saidThe ways all Hollywood movies are being made nowadays; I want to just read horror books; either by myself, or to someone else who is easily frightened. Living for that build up of musically accentuated over dramatized "Boo!" bores me. Popcorn is a good excuse to pay $20 a person.

    True. It's all become the same blood and guts and torture over and over again.
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    Oct 28, 2013 4:51 PM GMT
    "Jeepers Creepers"
    "The Exorcist"
    "The Wolfman" with Lon Chaney Jr. (1941 version)
    "The Thing" with James Arness (1951 version)
    and in a fun way, "Hocus Pocus" icon_razz.gif
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    Oct 28, 2013 5:05 PM GMT
    1992 Bram Stoker's Dracula is the best version