Whats Your Favorite Scary Or Gay Movies

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    Jun 20, 2010 4:01 AM GMT
    So I love scary horror movies like

    ill try to post the links to them for free online

    the texas chain saw massacure

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre from mr.pink on Veehd.


    http://veehd.com/video/2473134_The-Texas-Chainsaw-Massacre

    The Exorcist




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    Farmhouse



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    And gay movies


    Another Gay Movie

    http://stagevu.com/video/vpcrdesywcdj

    Make The Yuletide Gay

    http://www.zshare.net/video/710603214569cdd3/

    Prayers For Bobby

    http://www.movshare.net/video/hqn5nf34mfx6u

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    Jun 20, 2010 12:55 PM GMT
    This is just my personal opinion, but I do not think your list quite coincides with what I would call a "horror movie." I think a horror movie is one that has a macabre twist in the tale, and often gets mistaken for any film that just has lots of gore, blood, teenagers and other people being slaughtered. In that sense, I think WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE is the ultimate "horror" movie, as it has both psychological and physical violence. ALL ABOUT EVE is another one that I would call a horror story, whereas all these nightmares on whatever street are really just gore-fests. Horror has been around as a genre since the late 18th century and I am not sure that modern movies are the best examples; I think they are just the crudest examples, but slightly miss the point... I like when they tax the mind, like all those tales from the crypt, tales from the darkside, twilight zones, even some X Files episodes (Eugene Tooms)...



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    Jun 20, 2010 1:02 PM GMT
    Alien, Aliens and It!
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    Jun 20, 2010 1:16 PM GMT
    Did you put horror and gay movies together on purpose? icon_rolleyes.gif (let me rephrase that: is there an idea behind it?... can't help but wonder... ahem...icon_twisted.gif )

    I'll say The Silence of the Lambs icon_razz.gif
    And I'll have to second the Alien; I'm in love with Alien... Hate the sequels though - destroyed one of the best sci-fi ever...

    And I can't help but mention The Hours, not exactly a 'gay' movie, but it's really good...
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    Jun 20, 2010 1:19 PM GMT
    My favorite horror movies include....

    The Exorcist (original cut)...The new "spiderwalk" is lame
    Halloween 1978 my # 1 of all time
    Halloween II (1981)
    Hellraiser
    The Thing
    The Shining
    Texas Chainsaw Massacre (both original and remake)
    Suspiria (In an arthouse kind of foreign way)
    Friday the 13th 1 & 2
    The Hills Have Eyes (original)
    When a Stranger Calls (original)...best opening ever in a Horror movie.
    JAWS
    Psycho (first real post-modern Horror movie)
    House of the Devil
    ALIEN
    A Nightmare on Elm Street(1984)..part 2 is very "homoerotic"
    The Entity
    Rosemary's Baby
    Black Christmas (original)
    Hellraiser
    Jeepers Creepers


    As to Baby Jane...I'm a huge Crawford and Davis Fan, but that's a tough one, I would say it's more of a psychological thriller, but could be considered horror.

    All About Eve is in no way, shape or form a "horror movie" it's a commentary on the entertainment business, broadway etc...and the plight of the aging actress. Just my respectful opinion. Eve is evil, but it's not a horror movie.

    Older Horror movies in the genre of Baby Jane would be
    Dead Ringer
    Straight Jacket
    Beserk
    I Saw What you Did
    The Nanny
    Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte
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    Jun 20, 2010 1:35 PM GMT
    The original Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

    I saw it last night and it gave me nightmares. It's lost none of its force and can be interpreted in so many ways. A warning against communism; an indictment of McCarthyism, a cautionary tale of technology/majority rule stripping away individuality, or just a plain old horror /science film that doesn't waste any time kicking you right between the eyes.





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    Jun 20, 2010 2:20 PM GMT
    Sumarokov saidThis is just my personal opinion, but I do not think your list quite coincides with what I would call a "horror movie." I think a horror movie is one that has a macabre twist in the tale, and often gets mistaken for any film that just has lots of gore, blood, teenagers and other people being slaughtered. In that sense, I think WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE is the ultimate "horror" movie, as it has both psychological and physical violence. ALL ABOUT EVE is another one that I would call a horror story, whereas all these nightmares on whatever street are really just gore-fests. Horror has been around as a genre since the late 18th century and I am not sure that modern movies are the best examples; I think they are just the crudest examples, but slightly miss the point... I like when they tax the mind, like all those tales from the crypt, tales from the darkside, twilight zones, even some X Files episodes (Eugene Tooms)...





    Aren't they more Thrillers then Horrors? What genre would those other movies be?

    My all time favourite Horror is Poltergeist. Scared the shit out of me when I was younger and still does. Nightmare on Elm Street series are good fun.

    And most gay movies are kinda horrifying anyhow.....
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    Jun 20, 2010 2:27 PM GMT
    wjm10003 said
    All About Eve is in no way, shape or form a "horror movie" it's a commentary on the entertainment business, broadway etc...and the plight of the aging actress. Just my respectful opinion. Eve is evil, but it's not a horror movie.


    To my mind, the "horror" part is when Eve finds that she has her very own Eve...
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    Jun 20, 2010 10:12 PM GMT
    That is definitely a "horrific" moment for Eve with the arrival of Phoebe And you are spot on, horror has been around forever in differing mediums. I think today there alot of sub-genres that "horror" movies can be broken down into.icon_lol.gif
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    Jun 21, 2010 1:46 AM GMT
    for gay movies, I actually like foreign movies, because I love reading subtitles: In no particular order:
    1. Maurice
    2. beautiful Laundrette
    3. THe Blossoming of Maxi .... - i really like this one because it is about a 12 year old having a crush on a policeman. It was kinda like romeo and juliet. it showed about the life of living poor in a developing nation, and what families have to do to survive that. So there was a conflict between good guy (policeman) and bad guys ( Maxi's family). Above all it shows love between siblings and parents. I kinda relate to maxi becauseI have a soft spot for responsible good guys icon_wink.gif.

    These three are pretty good drama. Hardly any softcore action there but the tales are pretty much gripping.

    4. I also like Mala Educacion by Gael GArcia Bernal. . Now this one is like a dynamite compared to the other three. Suspenseful and erotic as well.


    For scary movies:
    the sixth sense - i got really freaked out with this one. Only saw it in the theater and didn't want to see it again. I was scared for 2 weeks after watching this show and did not want to be alone for a while.
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    Jun 21, 2010 1:48 AM GMT
    They are one and the same!
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    Jun 21, 2010 1:55 AM GMT
    . . . Sommersby . . .
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    Jun 21, 2010 2:03 AM GMT
    There is one movie that still scares me as i went to see it with my then boyfriend and being that it was a late movie and i had to walk from the subway to my house alone..i was soo scared...and it was fall so all the leaves were on the ground and the wind would rustle them. lol it doesnt even help that it was a true story too...so yes this is the most scary movie i ever saw.

    As for gay movies..dont really know any as i tried googling and all i got was porn as search results
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    Jun 21, 2010 2:08 AM GMT
    Gay: I've Heard the Mermaids Singing...Muriel's Wedding...Priscilla Queen of the Desert...

    Horror: Ju-On...Dumplings...Halloween
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    Jun 21, 2010 3:09 AM GMT
    You guys are funny I know it was weird to pair them up but being gay can be scary at times at least for me.
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    Jun 21, 2010 3:17 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidInteresting couple of genres to pair together.

    "SCARY" and "GAY"....

    Could they be synonymous at times? icon_eek.gif
    You beat me to it.
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    Jun 21, 2010 3:58 AM GMT
    Horror- Eraserhead, Rosemary's Baby, Basket Case, Lost Highway

    Gay- Law of Desire, Hedwig and The Angry Inch, Querelle, The Opposite of Sex
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    Jun 22, 2010 5:59 PM GMT
    Session 9 is a really excellent and well-developed psychological horror film. It's very light on the gore but creates an incredibly unnerving sense of dread and suspense. It has a very nicely done twist at the end as well, and it has plenty of interesting biblical references. I would especially recommend it to fans of the Silent Hill series of games, as the games seem to steal/pay homage to the film quite blatantly and frequently.

    As for gay films, Brokeback Mountain is a classic, and Beautiful Thing is another really memorable gay film. It’s a very sweet high school themed coming of age tale/romantic comedy. It’s really heart-warming and adorable, everyone should see it. Get Real is another good film that shares a lot of similarities with Beautiful Thing, but it is a much more sombre and heartbreaking.
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    Jun 23, 2010 3:21 AM GMT
    Gay movies -- Brokeback Mountain, Shelter, The Chef's Special
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    Jun 23, 2010 3:34 AM GMT
    Ciao - I was very impressed with it. It is shot beautifully, with unusual lighting and it felt very real. Although some the dialogue was corny.

    And for gay AND scary... Boys in the Band.
    It is like La Cage aux Folles meets Who's Afraid of Virginia Wollf?.

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    Jan 19, 2011 11:23 PM GMT



    I love movies of all genres. Sometimes I'm imprecionado with Holocaust movies because it does not always watch the movie with this theme.


    I'm a fan of horror movies, but my favorite is:
    A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) and all others in the series. In 2010 was a remake .. I found my dishonest comparison. But I prefer the Robert Ungly doing the character.

    I also want to mention gay-themed films:

    "Prayer for Bobby" one of the most beautiful films of my life, makes me cry!

    * Shelter
    * Latter Days
    * Beautiful Thing
    * The bubble

    And another ..
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    Jan 19, 2011 11:38 PM GMT
    Fatal Attraction (scary)
    Wizard Of Oz (gay)
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    Jan 20, 2011 12:22 AM GMT
    Scary: Silence of the Lambs
    Gay: Brokeback Mountain
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    Jan 20, 2011 1:33 AM GMT
    Scary: The Shining
    Gay: A Single Man
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    Jan 21, 2011 5:57 AM GMT
    Scary: Predator (i watched the original at 9 then my father send me outside that night then locked the door & turned out the outside lights)
    Gay: A Touch Of Pink