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Re: Horror Movies

Postby HoboBob1138 » Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:11 am

True, the original ending is better, but I was a sound tech in college and one year we did this play so it brings up good memories every time I see it. I still remember almost all the lines. To each their own I suppose lol.
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Re: Horror Movies

Postby theJudeAbides » Wed Jan 12, 2011 9:17 pm

I guess we're a little past Halloween now, but anyways...

I've never been a super huge fan of horror films, but do enjoy the occassional one.

28 Days Later - Perhaps not "jump out of your seat" scary, but it was definately intense and had it's moments
Alien - Although I consider this to be more of a Sci-Fi movie, it definately has it's share of freaky and jump-out-of-your-seat moments. Still a classic.
The Ring - I'd second this movie as well. I remember it not ending when I expected it to, and that was a good thing.
Hostel - This movie freaked me out for days. It's because of this movie that I now have no intention of going anywhere near eastern Europe.
Saw series - At this point, the series has become as cheesy and campy as many other long-running horror movie series (Friday the 13th, Halloween). I find it to be good, stupid fun, but not really all that scary.
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