Best horror movies you've ever watched?

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So what was your best horror movies ? feels like sharing it?
okay mine was "nightmare on elm street" I don't even know how do I feel liking on it but maybe it's so adventurous in a way.well just enjoying it even until now.. so give me some of yours that maybe I'll have a liking too..



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I'm not a massive fan of the genre but would say these are the ones I enjoyed most:

A Tale of Two sisters
The Shining
Jaws
Alien
The Eyes of My Mother
Suspiria
The Neon Demon



Horror is my favourite genre, so this is just a base list and by no means comprehensive:

Black Christmas (1974)
Halloween (1978)
The Omen (1976)
Damien Omen II
Dogs
The Town that Dreaded Sundown (1976)
Kingdom of the Spiders
Alien
Halloween II (1981)
The Fog (1980)
Alligator
The Brood
American Werewolf in London
Poltergeist (1982)
Psycho II
Halloween III
Nightmare on Elm Street (84)
Wild Beasts
Cat's Eye
Fright Night (85)
Fright Night Part II (88)
Aliens
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Stagefright (87)
The Stepfather (87)
Child's Play
Halloween 4
Maniac Cop
Arachnophobia
Silence of the Lambs
Wolf
Scream
Scream 2
Scream 3
Scream 4
Halloween H20
Mimic
Sleepy Hollow
The Ring
Shaun of the Dead
Severance
Trick R Treat
Let the Right One In
Absentia
Oculus
Hush
The Conjuring
The Conjuring 2
Annabelle Creation
Howl
Ouija Origin of Evil
Bone Tomahawk
Cabin in the Woods



So what was your best horror movies ? feels like sharing it?
okay mine was "nightmare on elm street" I don't even know how do I feel liking on it but maybe it's so adventurous in a way.well just enjoying it even until now.. so give me some of yours that maybe I'll have a liking too..
The Entity (1982).



Highly rec Peter Tscherkassky's short Outer Space where he reworks this film
Oh thanks for that I'll have a look later .



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Love a good horror. The exorcist is great and effective today. Rosemary’s baby is also great, so is Jaws. Modern day best I’d hand to the Conjuring 1.



the entity
suspiria
insidious chapter 1
poltergeist
a nightmare on elm street
they live
the ninth gate
candy man and candyman farewell to the flesh
hellraiser
rosemary s baby
the shining
the changeling
prince of darkness
excorcist and exorcist 3
excorcism of emily rose



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House of Wax

Call it a slasher if you like, but so much about this movie is great. The mystery and suspense starts when the pickup truck pulls into the characters' campsite. It is scary in a smart way until we get toward the end of the movie when it earns its slasher classification.


House of Wax would not be what it is without its cinematography. In order to preserve the twist at the end of the movie, the cinematography has to be careful and intentional at every turn. What comes to mind right away is the scene in the church. If you don't know what I'm talking about, go back and watch the movie again--pay attention to that scene and observe how it is done perfectly so that you don't even question your preconceived notions of what is occurring.

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I never share my favorite sick horror films with people I don't know.



I never share my favorite sick horror films with people I don't know.
yeah they will come bite ya lol



Highly rec Peter Tscherkassky's short Outer Space where he reworks this film
I sent that to Velvet and he said it gave him a mini seizure and now he has head problems

It's great, much better than The Entity.



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yeah they will come bite ya lol
Some people just get a bit strange and judgie.

To the op - I watched Baskin the other night. Not bad for a directorial debut but depends on how disturbing you want to go. Horror comedy might be a better way for you to go, though.




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Hororr was the first genre I fell in love with .

Nightmare on Elm Street (84)
Halloween (78)
Scream
The Changeling
Psycho
Halloween 2, 4, and 7
Insidious
The Conjuring 1 and 2
The Exorcist
The Birds
IT (2017)
Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter
REC



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
The original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. First saw it when I was 12 and while it wasn't the gory scary, it totally messed with my head. Especially the dinner scene where the Sawyers play a complete mindf**k with Sally Hardesty as they have her tied down on the chair.
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You can't win an argument just by being right!
The original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. First saw it when I was 12 and while it wasn't the gory scary, it totally messed with my head. Especially the dinner scene where the Sawyers play a complete mindf**k with Sally Hardesy as they have her tied down on the chair.
YES! Hanging the girl on the meat hook did me in. I think I cried.



"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
YES! Hanging the girl on the meat hook did me in. I think I cried.
And the scene where Leatherface comes up on Sally's boyfriend after he discovers the girl in the freezer...I saw from many documentaries that the actor's reaction before Leatherface's kill shot was genuine. He literally was scared as heck! LOL