1,2 Freddy's coming for you..

micheru Mar 18, 2004

  1. micheru

    micheru SeenYour Member

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    Pure Horror
    1 Ringu. Japanese original whose atmosphere crawls out of your tv.
    2 The Shining. Kubrick psychologically terrifies me.
    3 A Nightmare on Elm St. My hero at his best..o, and johnny depp gets a look-in too.
    4 Poltergeist.i think this is the one with the really spooky old guy in a black hat that haunted me with hummed hymn.
    5 A Nightmare on Elm St. 3- The Dream Warriors first Freddy movie i saw was on late night tv. i kept flicking over when it was too scary and muting the volume
    6 Evil Dead 2- Dead by Dawn. Ash has been my hero since i saw army of darkness in the cinema. i hail to the king!
    7 Audition psychotic japanese girl chops off feet
    8 Exorcist 3 i know it is set and setting but this one made me scream!
    9 The New Nightmare. Wes blesses us with his dreams of reality.
    10 Battle Royale. absorutery blirriant movie where kids are forced to kill each other or have their heads exploded. Dishy lead, Nanahara and excellent plot make this a feast.

    Fool's Gold
    1 Hellraiser 5 inferno -cop in hell but needs convincing
    2 Brain Dead-gore, gore, more gore lawnmower
    3 IT- scary clown, dodgy ending
    4 The Omen- kids do the funniest things
    5 Army of darkness- "Gimme some sugar baby!"
    6 April Fools day- evil muffy
    7 the elevator- from budget hell
    8 killer fridge, nuff sed
    9 eraserhead, way over my head and fall asleep every time. what's the fuss?
    10 Seignore del male- alice cooper dubbed into italian. the church holds many secrets. :runsmile:
     
  2. Drat Mafia

    Drat Mafia Total Member

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    Hail to the king baby!!!!!!!!!!

    the only one you missed was Bad Taste........Peter Jacksons best work by far (well maybe theres a few other contenders) :Smile3:

    Japanese Ringu was v scary, made the hollywood version look v lame, but Battle Royale is SHIT!!!!!!!!! hahahahaha its the most random lameass film i ever seen, but it probably didnt help I watched it wiv my dad....heh. Anyway I have regular disagreements about battle royale with friends, and the genral consensus is that I'm wrong and it great, but I will stand FIRM......low budget Japanese RUBBISH!!!!

    Haha nice Japanese spelling :Smile3:

    Any others......er.....Scream 2?? :Smile3:


    I'll be going now :runsmile:
     
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    thepixiprincess strangerous...

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    <span style='color:purple'>the funniest horror film I saw was really a terrible thing from the 70's called 'Hell Toupe' which was about an evil wig, which if worn would squidge your brain!

    'I'm crushing your head! I'm crushing your head!' :lol: </span>
     
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    hahahahaha Hell's Toupe.......sounds great, I really wanna see it :Smile3: Nothing like an incredibly shit horror film for mindless entertainment......or maybe its I'm too much of a wussy for the scary ones hmm :Smile3:
     
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    micheru SeenYour Member

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    LOL bad taste is ace. i love the part where they pass around the puke bowl to drink from hehe X
     
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    Monkey Do #1 Internet Toughguy

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    I'm touching myself as I write this post.
    Hey! What about Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Or the Amityville Horror - that is one scarey film, still not sure if I could watch it alone!

    And Romero's "Dead" trilogy...superb all of them (don't count the colour remake of NotLD though - the B&W original is the important one).

    The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue? Easily dismissed as cheese by most but there is something beautiful and twisted about that film.

    Cannibal Holocaust? The mother all of Italian exploitation horror (and grandmother of the Blair Witch Project).

    Ghostwatch - pipes anyone? :Wink3:
     
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    Hmm youve gotta thing for puking and all things deviant it seems :Smile3:

    just read your post on a boy having his intestines sucked out while ahem "pleasuring" his bumhole on a filter...........reminded me of an inside out rubber glove...................... pure filth, where can I find the article?? Interesting, vacuum pleasure must be the in thing at the mo, as this morning myself, I was reading about a man who unfortunately lost the tip of his man member by poking it a little too far into his vacuum cleaner in search of "Total Suction"......should of used a Dyson :Smile3:

    Shit, ive started, so I'll finish :Smile3:


    Whilst on the subject of air powered satisfaction the reverse of vacuum love is also popular (the Koreans are the world masters) It involves fitting an air pump into your rectum, and firing air into your buttocks. It gained quite a following until someone took things too far, and exploded in a garage forecourt after firing up the electric tyre inflator.....

    hmm......after that incredibly off topic rant, er, yes back to horror films :Smile3:

    er...it seems my deviancy is revealed in its entirety..............damn, I just can't help it :Smile3:
     
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    fil SpaceBastard

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    Trapped inside my own personal hell.
    Absurd/Zombie flesheaters/Cannibal Holocaust/Cannibal Ferox/ House by the Cemetery/ The Beyond/ Braindead/ I Spit on your Grave/ Faces of Death/ Rosemary's Killer/etc..(All must be in uncut formats).
    But the only truly scary film I've ever seen was the old black & white version of "The Haunting". And you don't even see anything, it's all down to sounds,atmosphere,camera angles etc...
     
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    JPsychodelicacy Studio Elf

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    </div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Monkey Do @ Mar 18 2004, 04:08 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> Ghostwatch - pipes anyone? :Wink3: [/quote:447c66f6b3]
    Man - I'd just turned 14, but felt about 4 by the time that one was over.

    Again, you didn't get to see much - but the camera angles, lighting and script...

    Went to see 'The Woman In Black' with my school around that time and it had pretty much the same effect...

    As for the Peter Jackson stuff, yeah, it rocks... though the 'I kick arse for THE LORD!' sample is mine! :Wink3:

    J.
     
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    thepixiprincess strangerous...

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    <span style='color:purple'>it's not a horror film so mite be off topic but just watching Terry Gilliam's 'Time Bandits' @ mo & its crazier & more fantastic than I remember! :lol: </span>
     
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    Just don't get carried away and watch John Claude Van Damme's "Time Cop"...

    its rubbish.....
     
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    <span style='color:purple'>Time bandits was gr8! Pulp Fiction now... o the joys of free cable! he he he! </span>:Grin:
     
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    grrrrrr....ur making me jealous
     
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    micheru SeenYour Member

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    hooray for spaghetti horror! i forgot the list topping Pet Semetary.. i knew there had been a good King movie.
    xXx
     
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    thepixiprincess strangerous...

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    <span style='color:purple'>got another... The Twilight Zone (the movie) just going to watch it now but think its just plain weird rather than scary! </span>:hehe:
     
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    think ive done a massive horror film list before

    so ill just say nightbreed is my favourite
    basically just cos i like clive barker
     
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    forgotten ..::mUnTsvillE::..

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    how bout the japanese horror "itchi the killer" its bloody sick...


    i agree with dat mafia about battle royale... amaizing... there planning to release a second one this summer :Grin:




    rob :Grin:
     
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    forgotten ..::mUnTsvillE::..

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    sorry i didnt mean dat mafia i ment micheru



    rob :Grin:
     
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    Is Jaws a horror movie? Scared the shit out of me when I was younger and still suffering the affects!

    Ring was wicked - really creepy. Haven't seen the new version yet.

    My brother used to bring home all these low-budget horror movies and I'd piss myself watching them. One was called '976-EVIL' about a telephone line that connects you to Hell and you can speak to the Devil and get posessed. God-awful but gross! And there was one called Zombies I think, they come out of your TV screen and run around infecting other people and turning them into Zombies, sort of a shit prelude to '28 Days Later'. Ah crap horror movies! :lol:
     
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    Mayhew Socrates... 40 fags a day

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    An old black and white film called Nosferatu with Boris Karloff
    scared the living daylights out of me :ghost:
     
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