A good fright night starts with the Alfred Hitchcock film "Psycho"

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    Oct 23, 2017 6:57 AM GMT
    Take a peek.... free full versions , here
    https://ffilms.org/psycho-1960/

    Now, go get a date and have some fun for a change!
    Perhaps you could share one of your favorite scary movies?

    NO POLITICS!! lol
  • bro4bro

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    Oct 23, 2017 4:56 PM GMT
    Sadly, nothing much scares me anymore. New horror movies are all vampires and zombies and CGI - oh my.

    But here's a classic that still sets off the Creepy alarm: Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956). Remade many times but nothing matches the original, which was cited as an inspiration by Jean Luc Godard and other French "New Wave" film makers.

    And hey, let's post trailers of our scary favorites.

  • bro4bro

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    Oct 25, 2017 11:52 PM GMT
    Adding to this thread because I'd like to see more people contribute. C'mon guys, 'tis the season.

    Can't say it really scared me but I watched Scream, Blacula, Scream (1973) last night, starring William Marshall and Pam Grier, and it was indeed a scream. Far superior to the original Blacula (1972) in every way.

    Couldn't help noticing that while he had many female vampire minions, Blacula himself seemed to have a preference for male victims, beginning with the shirtless Richard Lawson... that bite on the neck made for a very romantical moment.

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    Feb 04, 2018 11:51 PM GMT
    2bnaked saidTake a peek.... free full versions , here
    https://ffilms.org/psycho-1960/

    Now, go get a date and have some fun for a change!
    Perhaps you could share one of your favorite scary movies?

    NO POLITICS!! lol


    Psycho is a classic. One of my favorite scary movies is CARRIE, with Sissy Spacek.
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    Feb 05, 2018 12:36 AM GMT
    Having seen Psycho many times, it doesn't startle me. So when I saw it the other night, I focused more on the film making. And it's really brilliant. Plus the acting is first-rate, too.

    Janet Leigh (acting against type) and Tony Perkins are superb. Martin Balsam is excellent, but John Gavin as Leigh's BF is rather flat & formulaic.

    And I always love Bernard Hermann's scores. He helped make the movie, as he did with other Hitchcock films, like 'Vertigo', and 'North by Northwest'.
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    Feb 05, 2018 3:58 AM GMT

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    Portrait of Alfred Hitchcock, taken in the early 1920s.