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Post by Onderhond » March 27th, 2015, 12:11 am

I really liked A Horrible Way To Die (the Benelux DVD even comes with a quote from my review!), but I was talking Pop Skull :)
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Post by mightysparks » April 11th, 2015, 11:48 am

Going to a special advance preview of It Follows tonight. I haven't read anything about it, but I have seen people jizzing in their pants about it. Anyone seen it yet/thoughts?
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Post by metaller » April 11th, 2015, 11:59 am

i've heard rave reviews from semi-horror fans like myself. So I'm looking forward to it.
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Post by Onderhond » April 11th, 2015, 3:51 pm

It's nice. Strong Carpenter vibe, no mere copy though and not one of those "ooh, I wish I was born in the 80s" flicks. But like most horror flicks that are hyped on a broader scale, it fails to live up to that hype.

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Post by mightysparks » April 11th, 2015, 5:35 pm

Onderhond on Apr 11 2015, 09:51:04 AM wrote:no mere copy though and not one of those "ooh, I wish I was born in the 80s" flicks
I thought it was exactly like that. We couldn't even work out what time period it was meant to be because of the old TVs/polaroid pictures, yet one girl had a mobile?

Anyway, I thought it was decent, but it left too many things unanswered so it wasn't as immersive as it could've been. Like, where were all the adults? How old were the main characters? Did they not have school or jobs? Why did the lead girl not have any friends and why was she 'friends' with her sister's friends (I couldn't work out what was going on there)? And then the 'creature' didn't seem to follow any rules which made it partly creepy because of the unsure vibe but also made it confusing because you need some kind of logic to ground it.
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why was the creature on the roof? Why did it only appear at opportune creepy moments? Where was it when we weren't actually seeing it - did it just keep walking from where it was left or does it just appear where/when it feels like? How does it choose who it looks like? Why does it rape that guy? Why doesn't it just kill people while they sleep?
Also I couldn't really work out if it was trying to say some kind of deeper message because I couldn't work out what it was saying about anything. But it did have some creepy moments and I liked all the long drawn-out shots. The scene with the tall guy coming into the room made me get goosebumps and tense right up, which was nice. I thought the ending was good too.
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Post by Gershwin » May 5th, 2015, 7:23 pm

I just added a complete version of Gary Gerani's Top 100 Horror Movies to iCM.
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Post by tommy_leazaq » May 5th, 2015, 10:12 pm

I need some recommendations on more recent Supernatural Horror films, that have half decent acting and plot and full of cheap jump scares, to watch with friends. Like Insidious, Conjuring, Woman in Black.

Good but less in scares movies like Babadook, Sinister are not needed.

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Post by kingink » May 6th, 2015, 11:02 am

It's a bit difficult to find many good recent horror films with those restrictions.

I'm gonna through some here anyway.

The ABCs of Death 2 - A compilation of shorts. Some are good some are very bad, but with friends it could give something to talk about and laugh. Some are supernatural. If I remember correctly.

Clown (2014) - It has some merits and a supernatural edge. Not that great though. Just fairly good.

Oculus - This could be something that fits your criteria. I rated with a 7 , but to be honest I don't remember much about it. So I can't say much about the jump scares etc.

Insidious: Chapter 2 - You mentioned Insidious. Not bad at all. 6/10

The House of the Devil - It's a good film, but I'm not sure about the pace. It could seem slow when watching it with friends.

These are some that come to my mind right now. I'll think about it more later.
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Post by ChrisReynolds » May 6th, 2015, 11:27 am

tommy_leazaq on May 5 2015, 04:12:21 PM wrote:I need some recommendations on more recent Supernatural Horror films, that have half decent acting and plot and full of cheap jump scares, to watch with friends. Like Insidious, Conjuring, Woman in Black.

Good but less in scares movies like Babadook, Sinister are not needed.
It Follows - excellent new release in the style of John Carpenter
Drag Me to Hell
Evil Dead (2013) - decent remake of a classic with added jump scares.
The Crazies (2010) - as above
V/H/S and V/H/S/2 (avoid V/H/S Viral) - anthology of found footage stories with lots of jump scares
[REC] & [REC]2 - [REC] is a classic of the found footage genre, [REC]2 is pretty good.
Banshee Chapter - More found footage. Decent, and with quite a few effective scares.

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Post by tommy_leazaq » May 7th, 2015, 9:44 am

Thanks for the recs.. I should have mentioned, "less on Blood and Gore" also.

When I mentioned Insidious, I meant both parts. I have already seen Drag me to hell. [REC] is one of my all time favorite Horrors. So surely will watch [REC] 2.

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Post by ChrisReynolds » May 7th, 2015, 1:56 pm

tommy_leazaq on May 7 2015, 03:44:39 AM wrote:Thanks for the recs.. I should have mentioned, "less on Blood and Gore" also.

When I mentioned Insidious, I meant both parts. I have already seen Drag me to hell. [REC] is one of my all time favorite Horrors. So surely will watch [REC] 2.
[REC]3 drops the found footage and does a zombie comedy. I enjoyed it but a lot of people don't like the changes. [REC]4 is rubbish.

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Post by ChrisReynolds » May 21st, 2015, 7:06 pm

Some of the shorts from last year's Frightfest are on YouTube.

Rebekah Mckendry's Found:



J. T. Child's Vargulf:



Michelle Fox's Zominic:

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Post by mightysparks » May 22nd, 2015, 1:59 am

ChrisReynolds on May 21 2015, 01:06:30 PM wrote:Some of the shorts from last year's Frightfest are on YouTube.

Rebekah Mckendry's Found:



J. T. Child's Vargulf:



Michelle Fox's Zominic:

Yay! AJ Bowen looks so different without facial hair.

Anyway, I wish more horror films would use the 'first person view'. When I was playing Outlast the other week, I was thinking about it but it would be hard to get right and not make it a novelty and bore people after 2 minutes.
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Post by Laydback » May 22nd, 2015, 4:32 am

Sparks, I take it that you're a little bit tougher than her. :)


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Post by mightysparks » May 22nd, 2015, 4:53 am

Laydback on May 21 2015, 10:32:40 PM wrote:Sparks, I take it that you're a little bit tougher than her. :)


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Laydback on May 21 2015, 10:32:40 PM wrote:Sparks, I take it that you're a little bit tougher than her. :)


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Post by te18 » May 23rd, 2015, 2:19 pm

"Well he does have a knife, he's holding a knife." :lol:

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Post by te18 » May 23rd, 2015, 11:56 pm

It Follows is online, albeit with Korean subs. I know one of the film's I'll be watching tomorrow :D

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Post by mightysparks » July 2nd, 2015, 7:33 pm

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Post by cinephage » July 2nd, 2015, 7:36 pm

(l) (l) (l)
I should really become a billionnaire and just go to film festivals...

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Post by mightysparks » July 2nd, 2015, 7:40 pm

If I was a billionaire, I would just travel the world going to horror festivals :D Or I would just live in London and live for Frightfest. Annoyed I can't go this year - my dad said I could do USA or FrightFest, but because of stuff happening after I get back, I can't travel so no FF for me. And of course I have to miss out on the Dan Palmer movie :'(
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Post by te18 » July 26th, 2015, 11:44 am

http://www.imdb.com/list/ls074692081/

I've started compiling my watchlist for the Horror Challenge. I have to look through the videos on my laptop to decide on a few more that I'll be watching but I figure I may as well ask for some recommendations too, preferably little-known horrors and hidden gems, if you guys have any suggestions.

I'm aiming for around 50.

also...
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Post by kingink » July 26th, 2015, 11:46 am

te18 on Jul 26 2015, 05:44:36 AM wrote:http://www.imdb.com/list/ls074692081/

I've started compiling my watchlist for the Horror Challenge. I have to look through the videos on my laptop to decide on a few more that I'll be watching but I figure I may as well ask for some recommendations too, preferably little-known horrors and hidden gems, if you guys have any suggestions.
kingink's favorite horror movies
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Post by mightysparks » July 26th, 2015, 11:48 am

kingink on Jul 26 2015, 05:46:46 AM wrote:
te18 on Jul 26 2015, 05:44:36 AM wrote:http://www.imdb.com/list/ls074692081/

I've started compiling my watchlist for the Horror Challenge. I have to look through the videos on my laptop to decide on a few more that I'll be watching but I figure I may as well ask for some recommendations too, preferably little-known horrors and hidden gems, if you guys have any suggestions.
kingink's favorite horror movies
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https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/migh ... htysparks/ :whistling:

Oddly, I was thinking earlier in the day that I was going to start getting my watchlist ready. I haven't started yet though..
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Post by te18 » July 26th, 2015, 11:50 am

kingink on Jul 26 2015, 05:46:46 AM wrote:
te18 on Jul 26 2015, 05:44:36 AM wrote:http://www.imdb.com/list/ls074692081/

I've started compiling my watchlist for the Horror Challenge. I have to look through the videos on my laptop to decide on a few more that I'll be watching but I figure I may as well ask for some recommendations too, preferably little-known horrors and hidden gems, if you guys have any suggestions.
kingink's favorite horror movies
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Thanks, I haven't heard of

Fade to Black (1980)
Eating Raoul (1982)
In a Glass Cage (1986)

before, so I'll try to get hold of them. A few of your other picks are on my lappy, so they'll be in with a shout too.
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Post by te18 » July 26th, 2015, 12:01 pm

mightysparks on Jul 26 2015, 05:48:33 AM wrote:https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/migh ... htysparks/ :whistling:

Oddly, I was thinking earlier in the day that I was going to start getting my watchlist ready. I haven't started yet though..
I've added

Campfire Tales (1997)
Fanatic (1965)
Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny & Girly (1970)
The Plumber (1979)

I also have quite a few of your picks on DVD. In fact, I'm pretty sure I used your list to fill up one of my buy baskets a while back.

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Post by kingink » July 26th, 2015, 12:15 pm

te18 on Jul 26 2015, 05:44:36 AM wrote:http://www.imdb.com/list/ls074692081/

I've started compiling my watchlist for the Horror Challenge. I have to look through the videos on my laptop to decide on a few more that I'll be watching but I figure I may as well ask for some recommendations too, preferably little-known horrors and hidden gems, if you guys have any suggestions.

I'm aiming for around 50.

also...
If I was a billionaire, I would just travel the world going to horror festivals :D
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And also... Are you absolutely sure you want to watch all those Hellraiser films? Let's see when will you ditch the franchise.
Hellraiser: Inferno was the last one I watched and I don't want to go further...

Fade to Black is a film I watched at a very young age and had a very big impact on me. I'm not quite sure whether it actually is a great film... I haven't watch it since because I'm afraid of my reaction to it now. I like to keep that genuine reaction of that young boy feeling overwhelmed while watching it. I would love to hear your opinion on it though and then maybe I will change my mind and rewatch it.
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Post by te18 » July 26th, 2015, 12:25 pm

kingink on Jul 26 2015, 06:15:47 AM wrote:And also... Are you absolutely sure you want to watch all those Hellraiser films? Let's see when will you ditch the franchise.
Hellraiser: Inferno was the last one I watched and I don't want to go further...
Well, I've seen every Halloween movie, every Friday the 13th movie, every Chucky movie and every Nightmare on Elm Street movie, but only the first Hellraiser film. That doesn't sit right with the completist in me :lol:

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Post by kingink » July 26th, 2015, 12:36 pm

te18 on Jul 26 2015, 06:25:06 AM wrote:
kingink on Jul 26 2015, 06:15:47 AM wrote:And also... Are you absolutely sure you want to watch all those Hellraiser films? Let's see when will you ditch the franchise.
Hellraiser: Inferno was the last one I watched and I don't want to go further...
Well, I've seen every Halloween movie, every Friday the 13th movie, every Chucky movie and every Nightmare on Elm Street movie, but only the first Hellraiser film. That doesn't sit right with the completist in me :lol:
Yeah I know... I completed the other franchises but I gave up on this one. The first film is so awesome! It's a downhill from then. Let's see then whether the completist in you will win over your desire to just give up... :P

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Post by Sir Plebeian » July 30th, 2015, 8:01 am

kingink on Jul 26 2015, 06:36:41 AM wrote:
te18 on Jul 26 2015, 06:25:06 AM wrote:
kingink on Jul 26 2015, 06:15:47 AM wrote:And also... Are you absolutely sure you want to watch all those Hellraiser films? Let's see when will you ditch the franchise.
Hellraiser: Inferno was the last one I watched and I don't want to go further...
Well, I've seen every Halloween movie, every Friday the 13th movie, every Chucky movie and every Nightmare on Elm Street movie, but only the first Hellraiser film. That doesn't sit right with the completist in me :lol:
Yeah I know... I completed the other franchises but I gave up on this one. The first film is so awesome! It's a downhill from then. Let's see then whether the completist in you will win over your desire to just give up... :P
The ones you have completed are 80s slashers for the most part te18, not only the best genre but also the best time! Hellraiser on the other hand sadly takes a huge nose dive to the point I could not even finish the newest one.

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Post by ChrisReynolds » July 30th, 2015, 4:07 pm

te18 on Jul 26 2015, 06:25:06 AM wrote:
kingink on Jul 26 2015, 06:15:47 AM wrote:And also... Are you absolutely sure you want to watch all those Hellraiser films? Let's see when will you ditch the franchise.
Hellraiser: Inferno was the last one I watched and I don't want to go further...
Well, I've seen every Halloween movie, every Friday the 13th movie, every Chucky movie and every Nightmare on Elm Street movie, but only the first Hellraiser film. That doesn't sit right with the completist in me :lol:
I thought it was only after Inferno that they started getting really bad. Only the first two or maybe three Hellraisers are actually good. But until that point I prefer them to a lot of the repetitive slashing from the Friday the 13th films. From Inferno onwards they're no longer proper Hellraiser films though. The producers just start taking unrelated horror scripts and inserting a few appearances of Pinhead and the puzzle box. There, now it's a Hellraiser film that unsuspecting customers will be more prone to pick up off the video shelves.

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Post by flavo5000 » August 24th, 2015, 8:50 pm

kingink on Jul 26 2015, 06:36:41 AM wrote:
te18 on Jul 26 2015, 06:25:06 AM wrote:
kingink on Jul 26 2015, 06:15:47 AM wrote:And also... Are you absolutely sure you want to watch all those Hellraiser films? Let's see when will you ditch the franchise.
Hellraiser: Inferno was the last one I watched and I don't want to go further...
Well, I've seen every Halloween movie, every Friday the 13th movie, every Chucky movie and every Nightmare on Elm Street movie, but only the first Hellraiser film. That doesn't sit right with the completist in me :lol:
Yeah I know... I completed the other franchises but I gave up on this one. The first film is so awesome! It's a downhill from then. Let's see then whether the completist in you will win over your desire to just give up... :P
You should probably also watch the Children of the Corn and Leprechaun franchises as well. They are excellent slices of cinema. :sarcasm:

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Post by mightysparks » September 24th, 2015, 5:40 am

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/a-mo ... /on-demand

can someone put this on YT or something for me because I've been desperate to see it but it won't play :'(
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Post by Kowry » September 24th, 2015, 2:02 pm

Carnosaur. Quite a film!

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Post by Rad82 » October 8th, 2015, 9:38 am

Seen 2 french amazing thrillers recently, classic ones actually.

Not exactly horror stuff, but great recommendations nonetheless for anyone :

1. La Ceremonie (judgment in stone) (1996) (Haneke vibes throughout, reminded me of Funny games a bit)
2. The Ax (le couperet) (2005, Costa-Gavras)

I can't recommend them enough, flawless direction as well.
Both filled with irony, cynicism and full of social statements, so they actually transcend the genre.
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Post by bobbybrown » October 8th, 2015, 2:01 pm

Rad82 on Oct 8 2015, 03:38:15 AM wrote:Both filled with irony, cynicism and full of social statements, so they actually transcend the genre.
Le couperet is not a horror movie by any metric whatsoever, no wonder it transcends the genre (which I assume means it does not consist only of characters dying to or running away from a ridiculous monster, and the only subtext is that the monster can - what a subtlety - be a banal symbol for "the past", "depression", "grief" and so on). :lol: Or do you count all Coen movies as horrors too?

(I didn't like Le couperet though)

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Post by mightysparks » November 4th, 2015, 4:44 pm

We have to do a group presentation on a subgenre, which my friends lovingly allowed me to choose. I settled with slasher since it's fairly easy to deconstruct although I'm not a big slasher fan. While trying to decide which films we shall view on movie night to use as examples, I made up a list of my top 50 slashers kind of: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls016132837/
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Post by 1SO » November 5th, 2015, 9:58 am

You don't like Halloween? That's so bizarre.

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Post by mightysparks » November 5th, 2015, 10:02 am

I find it flat and wooden and there's zero tension or atmosphere.
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Post by VincentPrice » November 6th, 2015, 4:42 am

A top Slasher film list without Halloween or The Prowler in the top ten just feels wrong.

Edit: Sorry, I didn't see The Prowler the first time BUT NO HALLOWEEN, C'MON.
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