Bulls_Eye wrote: The kind of scare I prefer depends on the mood I'm in. And if I'm watching it with a girl, I'm definitely going with frequent cheap scares that gets her to cling on to me.
TheBohrok wrote:You can try this list: http://www.thedigitalbits.com/articles/ ... 03105.html
I actually have yet to see any of those. Horror movies aren't my thing, but ever since I came across those, I thought I'd pass it along to those that enjoy them.
The Brain wrote:Ah, Let Me In is based on Let the Right One In, a fabulous foreign drama. Same idea, also not a horror movie, but really great to watch. I'm looking forward to that now that I know about it.
thepatient wrote:Horror films that could actually occur are the scariest in my opinion.
thepatient wrote:Another good horror classic is House from around 1986 or 87. It's pretty funny too.Though some parts seem a little dated, it holds up well for the most part. The first one is good, the second, one not so much.
The Brain wrote:I've also noticed that the movies that tend be more grounded in reality (or at least realistic possibility) are far creepier and tend to rely less on the "gore factor" of many current horror films.
Anyone have good suggestions for this type of movie?
HoboBob1138 wrote:I would recommend the musical Little Shop of Horrors edition for even more funny horror.
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