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this thread was probobly used a million times already but i joined like 3 weeks ago so im making one. mine are
1) Halloween
2) The Shining
3) The Exorcist



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1) Dawn Of The Dead
2) Evil Dead II - Dead By Dawn
3) Scream
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1 - Freddy
2 - Jason Series
3 - Road Kill if you call it a horror



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Dawn of the Dead
Evil Dead II
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Evil Dead 2 (the original for horror, sequel for enjoyment)
Night Of The Living Dead (the most tense film i have ever seen)
Phantoms (dont know why, it just creeped me out)
....and an honourable mention to Audition, if that classes as horror



Evil Dead
To Die For
Omen
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Originally Posted by bluebottle
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LOL. That was one of the grossest movies I have ever seen..but i loved it.

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1.Texas Chainsaw Massacre (remake)
2.the Exorcist
3.the Omen
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1. The Blair Witch Project


2. Rosemary's Baby


3. The Exorcist
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Has anyone seen the japanese horror flick The Grudge? I would love to see it. I saw a trailer of it and that alone sent chills down my spine all the way down to my.... NEXT! And has anyone seen another asian horror movie (chinese, I think) called The Eye? That one looks too. I love Ring and I have also seen Audition, and even if I didn't like that as much as Ring, I still think it had a mood and a feel about it that I think is really scary. Are The Grudge and The Eye anything like Ring or Audition?
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1.) The Amityville Horror
2.) The Shining
3.) The Texas Chainsaw Massacre



An American Werewolf In London

John Carpenter's The Thing

Frankenstein: The True Story


Yes, I saw The Eye and it was pretty creepy. It kind of lagged in spots, but it was pretty entertaining overall. There are a few scenes that will definitely make you jump.
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I am having a nervous breakdance
Originally Posted by Karl Childers
Yes, I saw The Eye and it was pretty creepy. It kind of lagged in spots, but it was pretty entertaining overall. There are a few scenes that will definitely make you jump.
Ok, sounds cool. Though what I really like with japanese horror is not how they make you jump but how they use suspense to an extreme to a point where it is almost unbearable to watch. Creepyness instead of shock.



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I like creepy chillers over all out horror, so I like:

The Eye (Jian gui)
The Blair Witch Project
The Shining

There are lots of great Chinese and Japanese horror films - including Satan Returns (666 mo gui fu huo) - but what I particularly like about these is the sometimes unintentionally hilarious subtitles, that have the ability to break your concentration.

For gore fests you can't beat early Peter Jackson - especially Braindead. And then there's always the good old zombie films, recently reinvented by 28 Days Later. I'm looking forward to watching Dawn of the Dead through my fingers....

For all fans of the Exorcist, you really must check out http://www.angryalien.com/0204/exorcistbunnies.html where the whole film is retold in 30 seconds by bunnies...
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The Mothman Prophecies
The Ring
Jaws I, II, III

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"Phone Booth" Colin Ferrel, Keifer Sutherland (2003)
"Pay it Forward" Haley Joel Osmond, Helen Hunt(2000)
"American Wedding" Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan(2003)
"Dogma" Ben Affleck, Matt Damon(1999)
"LOTR" 1,2 & 3 Vigo Mortenison, Elijah Wood (2002-2003)
"Thirteen" Holly Hunter, Nikkie Reed (2004)



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1.] The Exorcist

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2.] Rosemary's Baby


3.] Dawn of the Dead
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Originally Posted by MichaelMyers
this thread was probobly used a million tiems already but i joined like 3 weeks ago so im making one. mine r
1) Halloween
2) the texas chainsaw massacre (the original)
3) the shining or the exsorsits (tied 4 third)



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Originally Posted by Piddzilla
they use suspense to an extreme to a point where it is almost unbearable to watch. Creepyness instead of shock.
That pretty much defines The Eye. It isn't as good as Ringu, but it's twice as scary.
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And this is my BOOMstick!
1)Texas Chainsaw Massacre - 2003 (the old one was crap)
2)The Exorcist (I can't believe I spent my money to buy The Exorcist 3 DVD - it's as entartaining as a box of pig****; I haven't seen the second one so I'll assume it sucks)
3)Gothika - it had a few good scares
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