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Thursday, October 18, 2018 6:36 PM
Since it's October and the only time of year that a lot of people watch horror movies. What are your favorite ones? The original Halloween Newer The VVitch See they used the two "V"'s in the spelling so it is extra scary. None the less it was a pretty good movie, but I would have killed that fucking goats years ago.

20 comments

  • bruno0639
    6 years ago
    Toy Story... when the toys come to life, it freaks the shit out of me.
  • ime
    6 years ago
    How come Chucky never made an appearance in toy story? Would have been a good cameo.
  • bruno0639
    6 years ago
    Now you’re talking.
  • jsully63
    6 years ago
    Exorcist American Psycho Psycho Rosemarys Baby Hell raiser The Devils Advocate The Orphan Deliverance Last House On The Left Mark of The Devil The Conjuring Sinister
  • Bbybunny
    6 years ago
    Favorites at the moment Three extremes The Conjuring Saw ( all of them) 28 days later & 28 weeks later Train to Busan The Hills Have Eyes The Babadook The Skeleton key Candyman The Neon Demon The Silence of the Lambs I love horror movies
  • SirLapdancealot
    6 years ago
    The Shining Friday the 13th Halloween Hostel Seven Silence of the Lambs House of 1000 Corpses The Devil's Rejects The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Psycho VVitch Blair Witch Project
  • PinkSugarDoll
    6 years ago
    Bbybunny picked some good ones. I also love scary movies, I think I have seen them all. 28 days later was a fav, my all time top two are The Collector Eden Lake Also you can find on amazon tv—from around 2010 there were three horror film festivals that released about ten movies each. Once you find one, it will suggest the movies from all the festivals. One is like Horrorfest Afterdark I think. Google it and it will tell you the movies to search on Amazon. All independent films that are not low budget, variety of themes, super freaky.
  • ime
    6 years ago
    Silence of the Lambs is great, I guess I never thought of it as a horror movie, more a mystery/thriller, but a great movie
  • twentyfive
    6 years ago
    Don’t forget Jaws, it kept swimmers out of the ocean for the whole summer.
  • jackslash
    6 years ago
    The Bad Seed—a mother discovers her cute little girl is a monster.
  • twentyfive
    6 years ago
    ^Yawwwn Please, keep talking. I only yawn when I’m super fascinated.
  • flagooner
    6 years ago
    The Omen
  • Cashman1234
    6 years ago
    Here are a few - Beaches The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Knocked up Thelma and Louise Titanic Give me time, and I’ll think of more. I need a break from this horror!
  • mark94
    6 years ago
    For me, Psycho will always be the scariest.
  • Warrenboy75
    6 years ago
    lol-the horror of Thelma and Louise starts with watching it.
  • Warrenboy75
    6 years ago
    The Shining Misery The Blair Witch Project
  • ime
    6 years ago
    Psycho us scary because SJG is that guy
  • Dominic77
    6 years ago
    Good lists! Others that I like that haven't been listed by others yet - Nosferatu (silent film era) Ringu (Japanese version) Descent (UK/European Version) Behind the Mask Paranormal Activity
  • Cashman1234
    6 years ago
    If you are looking for good - jerk worthy horror - I recommend the human centipede, and the human centipede 2. Mother’s Day is an oldie, but a goodie!
  • NinaBambina
    6 years ago
    Silence of the Lambs and Rosemary's Baby are the only two films that I've ever needed a xanax for just to get through it. To me, that's a sign of a great horror film. I could name plenty of others. Psycho is a classic, but isn't very scary... although I like to regularly quote snippets from Mother's monologue in the end scene. Lmao it's hilarious. I used to love the Saw movies. Loved the twist endings, when the signature Saw music would come on and you'd know you were about to be mind fucked. Me and my sister used to be obsessed with them. Completely. If anyone here wants to talk about it, I can still recall the best "saw trap escapes" of all the Saw films. Obviously the films got worse and worse, but they were still fun to watch. For the Netflixers here, you guys NEED to watch "Raw." It's a French film with subtitles but it is fucking fantastic.
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