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any good horror films to watch ?the last few i've seen sucked
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#2
What ones are "the last few" you have seen? No point in giving you suggestions on stuff you've seen already.
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#3
Friday the 13th remake....so wanted that to be good

Mirrors............crap
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Not much good horror out there. Been YEARS since a good one came out to tell the truth.

The only good one so far has been Cloverfield. If you haven't seen that one, go for it.
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The Saw series pretty much sucks. The first Saw was pretty original, had plenty of gore and suspense. The rest of it, well, it sucked donkey nuts.

Rob Zombie's original stuff was pretty good from a horror aspect. But then he had to go and try to remake Halloween! Leave well enough alone!

I reccomend 'Slumber Party Massacre', in this day and age where everyone is switching from the phone company to cable or whatever. Beware of the Installation Technician.
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#6
Slight OT here..but didn't I hear something a few months back that they were making a new Nightmare on Elm Street movie? I think Billy Bob Thornton was set to be Freddy.
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#7
Billy Bob Thornton was set to be Freddy ?

lol
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The Antagonist Wrote:Not much good horror out there. Been YEARS since a good one came out to tell the truth.

The only good one so far has been Cloverfield. If you haven't seen that one, go for it.
Could film yourself in the morning without makeup or Syberpig naked for that matter or Jackboots eating.

There is potential here for Box office scary.



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English-Cunt Wrote:Billy Bob Thornton was set to be Freddy ?

lol
Thatst I heard..but have not read anything since, except that Wes Craven is not happy with the thought of a remake and that production ill start next month. I do not think he liked the idea of anyone but whats-his-name playing Freddy.
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[user=160]English-Cunt[/user] wrote:
Quote:Billy Bob Thornton was set to be Freddy ?

lol

That's fucking laughable, a remake without Robert Englund playing Freddy would be a travesty.
Freddy is not a faceless killing machine like Jason Voorhees or Michael Myers, he is a proper character with a personality.
We need to punish the French, ignore the Germans and forgive the Russians - Condoleezza Rice.
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Most remakes are crap. Wes Craven has every right to be pissed. You don't mess with perfection and when you get a character who plays a role perfectly, who it seems to have been made for, you don't fuck with it.

I can't think of any horror movies that were remade that I enjoyed off hand. I'd have to give a long hard think on that to actually see if there were any.
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[user=20]The Antagonist[/user] wrote:
Quote:Most remakes are crap. Wes Craven has every right to be pissed. You don't mess with perfection and when you get a character who plays a role perfectly, who it seems to have been made for, you don't fuck with it.

I can't think of any horror movies that were remade that I enjoyed off hand. I'd have to give a long hard think on that to actually see if there were any.

All the horror remakes I can think of have been totally shit.
Whether its the recent "re-imaginings" of Halloween and Friday the 13th (I hate re-imaginings, why don't they just imagine something original instead?) or other hideous remakes like Psycho and the haunting, they all suck.
We need to punish the French, ignore the Germans and forgive the Russians - Condoleezza Rice.
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#13
I thought the remake of the Hills have eyes was good.
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sally Wrote:I thought the remake of the Hills have eyes was good.

that one was so bad i fell asleep in the first 20 minutes.

OP is right. They all suck. Leave well enough alone.

Remakes are for the unimaginative. Those who cannot come up with a creative thought leech off the ideas of others.
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[user=20]The Antagonist[/user] wrote:
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sally Wrote:I thought the remake of the Hills have eyes was good.

that one was so bad i fell asleep in the first 20 minutes.

OP is right. They all suck. Leave well enough alone.

Remakes are for the unimaginative. Those who cannot come up with a creative thought leech off the ideas of others.

I am always surprised how modern film makers can take someone elses idea and turn into something far, far worse than that original idea.
How you ever seen the Tim Burton remake of Planet of the apes?, I mean, what the fuck?
And the remake of the Texas chainsaw massacre?, the original film was an almost perfect horror film, unrelenting, sadistic and suspenseful, the remake was completely free of suspense and thrills.
We need to punish the French, ignore the Germans and forgive the Russians - Condoleezza Rice.
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The Antagonist Wrote:Remakes are for the unimaginative. Those who cannot come up with a creative thought leech off the ideas of others.
Ain't it funny how similar Follywood and Mock are in that way? ::lmao::
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Sinister Wrote:
The Antagonist Wrote:Remakes are for the unimaginative. Those who cannot come up with a creative thought leech off the ideas of others.
Ain't it funny how similar Follywood and Mock are in that way? ::lmao::

Good point.

Uh oh, I just kissed your ass again. Crap.
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ramseycat Wrote:
Sinister Wrote:
The Antagonist Wrote:Remakes are for the unimaginative. Those who cannot come up with a creative thought leech off the ideas of others.
Ain't it funny how similar Follywood and Mock are in that way? ::lmao::
Good point.

Uh oh, I just kissed your ass again. Crap.
No, if you'd said this AND voted for my post, that would be kissing my ass. Your post is just agreeing with an accurate assessment. ::lmao::
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#19
I saw this recently, it's a Kiwi spoofy horror movie that's pretty entertaining:

[flash=320,256]http://www.youtube.com/v/0gEDUDmZkyc[/flash]

And Sam Raimi's got a new horror comedy coming out soon:

[flash=320,256]http://www.youtube.com/v/2jCP3oOymK8[/flash]
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#20
just watched the second Hostel

it sucked

I would not reccomend this to my worst enemy.
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